Baron Erkinger IV. Erasmus of Seinsheim, 1st Baron von Schwarzenberg

Male1362–11 December 1437

Brief Life History of Erkinger IV. Erasmus

When Baron Erkinger IV. Erasmus of Seinsheim, 1st Baron von Schwarzenberg was born in 1362, in Stephansberg, Kleinlangheim, Kitzingen, Bavaria, Germany, his father, Michael Von Seinsheim, was 30 and his mother, Margarethe von Rosenberg, was 25. He married Anna von Bibra von Seinsheim in 1404, in Schwaben, Kelheim, Kelheim, Bavaria, Germany. They were the parents of at least 6 sons and 7 daughters. In 1429, at the age of 67, his occupation is listed as feldhauptmann des königs. He died on 11 December 1437, in Astheim, Volkach, Kitzingen, Bavaria, Germany, at the age of 75, and was buried in Astheim, Volkach, Kitzingen, Bavaria, Germany.

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Baron Erkinger IV. Erasmus of Seinsheim, 1st Baron von Schwarzenberg
Barbara Von Abensberg
Marriage: 21 February 1422
Ada Antoinette van Erasmus Erkinger
Johann von Schwarzenberg
Ada Antoinette Erasmus Erkinger
Michael van Seinsheim Erasmus III
Magdalene van Schwarzenberg Baroness van Schwarzenberg
Erkinger von Seinsheim
Friedrich van Seinsheim
Ulrich van Seinsheim
Kunigunde van Seinsheim
Kunigunde von Schwarzenberg
Sigmund Freiherr von Schwarzenberg
Jobst van Seinsheim

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  • Erkinger Von Seinsheim, "Find A Grave Index"
  • Duitse Wikipedia
  • Tribalpages Wild Glarus Family

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    Some characteristic forenames: Korean Kyong, Kyong Suk, Young, Chae, Chi Young, Hang, Kil, Rin, Sang Hun, Chang, Chong, Insoo, Kum, Sun Young, Yom, Young Hwan. Cambodian Kiwan, Oeurn, Phoeun, Pich, Saroeuth, Seung, Sophath, Sophea, Yoeun, Phan, Son. Indian Shanti, Harendra.

    Indian (Uttar Pradesh): Brahmin name, from Sanskrit om, the Hindu sacred and mystic syllable uttered at the beginning of prayers.

    Cambodian: written ឱម, corresponding to the exclamation of solemn affirmation, of Sanskrit origin (see 1 above), chanted by Buddhist monks.

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

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