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...Georg Christoph Hamberger was born in Feuchtwang (Franken), where his father was a clergyman, on 28 March 1726 and died on 8 February 1773. He relocated to Göttingen in 1746 to study there. He became curator of the library in 1747. In 1751,...
...Johann Friedrich Christoph Gräffe was born in Göttingen on 15 February 1754 and died on 31 October 1816. His father was a soldier and his family remained poor, especially after the father’s death. Gräffe went to the Gymnasium in Göttingen...
...Wolff, Christian Walch, Johann Georg Voltaire, François Marie Rüdiger, Andreas Reusch, Johann Peter Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Kahle, Ludwig Martin Heineccius, Johann Gottlieb Carpov, Jakob Ludwig Martin Kahle was born in Magdeburg on 6...
...Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit was born in Danzig (Gdansk) on 24 May 1686 and died in The Hague on 16 September 1736. After his parents died in 1701, he was sent to Amsterdam to be a commercial apprentice but he decided to become a scientific...
...Johann Friedrich Schreiber was born in Königsberg on 25 May 1705 and died in St Petersburg on 28 January Wolff, Christian Schröter, Johann Konrad Ludovici, Carl Günther Knutzen, Martin Hollmann, Samuel Christian Haller, Albrecht von 1760...
...Johann Carl Fischer was born in Allstedt (then Thuringia) on 5 December 1760 and died in Greifswald on 22 May 1853. He went to grammar school in Halle, Magdeburg and Weimar and performed as ‘Diskantist’ (soprano) until the age of seventeen....
...Reil, Johann Christian Hufeland, Gottlieb Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Gall, Franz Joseph Gabler, Matthias Matthias Gabler was born in Spalt near Nuremberg on 24 November 1736 and died in Wemding on 20 March 1805. Gabler moved to Wemding...
...Johann Stephan Müller was born in Schmalenbuche (Thuringia, today part of Neuhaus am Rennsteig) on 20 July 1730 and died in Gießen on 24 October 1768. He attended the Gymnasium in Rudolstadt, and in 1749 began studying theology (with Johann...
...Joachim Dietrich Brandis was born in Hildesheim on 18 March 1762 and died in Copenhagen on 28 April 1846. He studied medical science in Göttingen where he became acquainted with Abraham Gotthelf Kästner and Johann Friedrich Blumenbach ....
...Christian Garve was born in Breslau, where his father owned a dye works, on 7 January 1742 and died there on 1 December 1798. Garve never went to school but was educated at home by private tutors. In 1762, he moved to Frankfurt/Oder...