Simon Moritz Bethmann (1687-1725)

Simon Moritz Bethmann (born 26 March 1687, died 6 June 1725 in Nassau an der Lahn) was a German administrator.

Life

Simon Moritz Bethmann was the son of Nassovian Münzmeister Konrad Bethmann (1652–1701) and his wife Anna Elisabeth. He settled in Nassau an der Lahn and became an Amtmann for the House of Nassau-Weilburg. After his death, his sons Johann Philipp, Johann Jakob and Simon Moritz were brought up by his brother-in-law "Johann Adami" (1670–1745) in Frankfurt am Main.

External links

* [http://books.google.com/books?id=olIBAAAAQAAJ&pg=RA1-PA448&vq=Bethmann&hl=de#PRA1-PA387,M1 "Neues deutsches Adels-Lexicon"] , incl. citations, p. 388, vol. 1

* [http://www.retrobibliothek.de/retrobib/faksimile_526850.jpeg "Brockhaus' Konversationslexikon"] , p. 899, vol. 2

Bibliography

* "Neues deutsches Adels-Lexicon", Ernst Heinrich Kneschke (ed.), vol. 1. Leipzig 1859
* "Brockhaus' Konversationslexikon", Leipzig, Berlin and Vienna, 14th edition 1894-1896
* Wolfgang Klötzer (ed.): "Frankfurter Biographie. Erster Band A-L". Verlag Waldemar Kramer, Frankfurt am Main 1994, ISBN 3-7829-0444-3

See also

Bethmann family

Persondata
NAME = Bethmann, Simon Moritz
ALTERNATIVE NAMES =
SHORT DESCRIPTION = German merchant and administrator
DATE OF BIRTH = 26 March 1687
PLACE OF BIRTH =
DATE OF DEATH = 6 June 1725
PLACE OF DEATH = Nassau (Lahn)


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