Herrmann Wagner

Brief Life History of Herrmann

When Herrmann Wagner was born on 31 March 1882, in Neckarbischofsheim, Bezirksamt Sinsheim, Baden, his father, Johann Adam Wagner, was 34 and his mother, Caroline Schneider, was 32. He had at least 1 daughter with Emilie Luise Albrecht. He lived in Neckarbischofsheim, Neckarbischofsheim, Amt Sinsheim, Baden, Germany in 1882.

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Family Time Line

Herrmann Wagner
1882–
Emilie Luise Albrecht
1889–
Erna Barbara Emilie Wagner
1912–

Sources (7)

  • Herrmann Wagner, "Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898"
  • Hermann Wagner im Eintrag für Friedrich Ziegler, „Deutschland, ausgewählte evangelische Kirchenbücher 1500-1971“
  • Hermann Wagner im Eintrag für Friederich Ziegler, „Deutschland, ausgewählte evangelische Kirchenbücher 1500-1971“

World Events (7)

1890

Young William (Wilhelm) II dismisses Bismarck.

1914

Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary and his wife were assassinated in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina provoking World War I.

1914 · Germany declares war on Russia

On August 1, 1914, Germany declared war on Russia, sparking World War I. This would not be the last time Germany caused a world war. After the Allies defeated Germany, they signed the Treaty of Versailles.

Name Meaning

German and Jewish (Ashkenazic) (also Wägner): occupational name for a carter and (in some dialects) a cartwright, from an agent derivative of Middle High German wagen ‘cart, wagon’, German Wagen. This surname is also established in many other parts of Europe, notably in France (Alsace and Lorraine), Britain, Poland, and Denmark. In Hungary it is mostly spelled Wágner and Vágner. In Russia, Czechia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Slovakia it is also found in the Slavicized form Vagner . Compare Wagener , Waggener , and Wagoner .

Dutch and perhaps also English: occupational name from Middle Dutch waghenaer ‘carter’ (compare 1 above). The Dutch word is not known to have been borrowed into English before 1600 but the surname Wagner is recorded in Norfolk (England) from 1379, perhaps a substitution of the Dutch word for Middle English wainer. Compare Waggoner .

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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