Category: House of Bruiningk

Categories: European Noble Houses | Baltic-German Nobility

Landing level category for profiles of persons affiliated with this noble house.

The von Bruiningks descended from a family of merchants and pastors from Lübeck who settled in Narva in the seventeenth century. Axel Heinrich von Bruiningk was ennobled by Kaiser Karl VI, 14.viii.1737, and received Freiherrenstand from Kaiser Josef II at some point before 1774. Subsequently members of the family were matriculated in the livländischen, kurländischen, and oeselschen Ritterschaften.


Person Profiles (7)

abt 1704 - bef 08 May 1790
1675 Narva, Wierland, Estland - 24 Jan 1736
23 Jun 1705 Narva, Wierland, Estland - 05 Mar 1774
17 Nov 1751 Ringen, Dorpat, Livland - 1805 photo
29 Dec 1784 Dorpat, Dorpat, Livland - 17 Jun 1868
30 Jun 1812 Pölwe, Werro, Livland




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