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Juergen Heinrich von Schwan (abt. 1690 - bef. 1754)

Juergen Heinrich von Schwan
Born about in Döringshagen, Naugard, Pommern, Deutschlandmap
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Died before in Döringshagen, Naugard, Pommern, Deutschlandmap
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Biography

Juergen Heinrich was born about 1690 in Döringshagen, the son of Hannss Heinrich von Schwaan and Elisabeth von Gersdorff. He married Agnesa Tugenreich von Gloeden. Juergen Heinrich passed away before 1754 in Döringshagen.

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  • WikiTree profile Von Schwan-37 created on May 23, 2013 by Mark Swanson.
  • Brüggemann, Ludewig Wilhelm: Ausführliche Beschreibung des gegenwärtigen Zustandes des Königl. Preußischen Herzogthums Vor- und Hinter-Pommern, Stettin 1784, prt. 2, pp. 307 acquired by Mark Swanson 19 Apr 2009.
  • Bagmihl, Julius: Pommersches Wappenbuch, Stettin, 1854, p.79, acquired by Mark Swanson 12 Apr 2009.


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