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Re: Gorgas in Catalonia (Spain) since 1700
Posted by: behrendt Date: April 24, 2001 at 23:18:32
In Reply to: Re: Gorgas in Catalonia (Spain) since 1700 by Marcus Gorgas of 261

Hello Markus Gorgas

many thanks for your message.

I have looked in the internet on the German Hompage to "Gorgas" yesterday! There I moved an Otto of Gorgas mentions firm, this in the works of "Heinrich of Kleist" is. I will read this article and send the information to you. Furthermore I have noticed in this "in the German nobility archives" that a Gorgas second lieutenant was in the Preussischen Regiement.

Reconcile ancestor data here: Johann Karl Friedrich Gorgas * 08.04.1814 in glue creek at Mansfeld t 08.08.1880 into Müllrose (at Frankfurt /Oder) oo Charlotte Carolin Lisette Kittner * 31.3.1816 in Beeskow t 18.04.1883 into Müllrose.

Diese beiden hatten insgesamt 10 Kinder, Karl Adolph Hermann Gorgas, Henriette Lisette Ida Gorgas, Charlotta Friederike Emilie Gorgas, Bertha Gorgas (Vogel), Johanna Auguste Pauline Gorgas, Henriette Lisette Eva Gorgas, Karl Friedrich Emil Gorgas, Lisette Emilie Auguste Gorgas, Gustav Wilhelm Gorgas, Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Gorgas alle in der Zeit zwischen 1842 bis 1858 geboren. The line of Karl Adoph Hermann Gorgas is known to this day.

This nail blacksmith master also was of profession into garbage rose and the Karl Friedrich Gorgas is mentioned as of 1836 in the history book of the city of garbage rose. 1836 founded a nail smithy for him with 6 employees.
(source Hermann Trebbin -Müllrose-)

I have made once the effort to me and called Gorgas this one given Brandenburg in the country in the phone book. At this the Gorgasfamilien has for weapons surrendered to himself, that in the 19th century either, -everyone was either hoof or nail blacksmith masters for and this very successful.

Can you tell me whether the Gorgas-Qecker-were?


Rene Behrendt

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