GENERATION XIV: 

 

SAXONY

 


 

SONS of GUNTHER XIII.2

 


 

XIV.1 WOLF (WOLFGANG)

doc. 1565 - 1591

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1586:  His signature and personal dedication appear in the "autograph album" of the Count Palatine Johann Casimir, (1543-1592).   Such albums were very popular in the 16th century.   In this case the dedication is made with capitol letters representing some Latin or German mottos which have not been deciphered.   Source: University Library Heidelberg, Germany, "Stammbuch des Pfalzgrafen bei Rhein Johann Casimir (1543-1592) Sohn des Kurfursten Friedrich III von der Pfalz.

 

 


 

XIV.2 MORITZ

doc. *(1530)  † 1572 x? to Eva von Schlieben

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.3 ABRAHAM

doc. *(1532)  † 1600 x? to Margarethe von Raschkau

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1592: Sept. 6, see IX.9, 1592 below

1592: Sept 14, see IX.9, 1592, Sept. 14 below

1592: (no date) see  X.15, 1592, (no date)

 


 

According to legend the Malitschendorff church and its religious figures were donated by the Dressel family

 

 

 

 

 

XIV.4 DIETRICH

doc. *(1537) 1556 - 1572

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.5 URSULA von der DRESSEL called DRESSEL?

doc. p17.1 *(1520) †(was alive in 1609) x? to Georg von Leipsig son of Cristoph von Leipsig auf Wiepersdorf and?

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.5a Husband of Ursula

GEORG von LEIPZIGER

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.6 ANNA

doc. *(1522) x? to Hans von Leipzig

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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PROBABLY CHILDREN of GUNTHER xiii.2

 


 

XIV.7 MAGDALENA
von der DRESSEL called DRESSEL?

doc. *(1525) x1576 to Georg von Schlieben

 


The manor house in Schlieben where Magdalena lived in by the Dressels

 


Estate barns

 

 

 

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.8

MELCHIOR ?

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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CHILDREN of KUNZ the ELDER xiii.3

 


 

XIV.9 KUNZ von der DRESSEL the YOUNGER called CUNZ von der DROESSEL

doc.1545, 1548, 1591, 1592, † between 1583-1591 x? to Anna (von Weltewitz) ?

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1545: "Cunz und Nickel von der Droessel," cousins, are listed as being the guardians for the widow Anna von Weltewitz, a4.17.

1548: see IX.13, 1548 below

1591: see IX.9, 1591 below

1592: (no date) see X.15, 1592, (no date)

 


 

XIV.10 CASPAR von der DRESSEL called DROESSEL

doc. * was a minor in 1562 † 1596, killed in battle in Hungary x ? to Catharine von der Lochau † was alive in 1577 Owner: 3/4 of Colchau and Schlieben; 1/4 of Gross Roesen Beneficiary: in Malitzschkendorf village

 


The burial place of members of the Dressel family who owned Schlieben

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1591: July 28, Schlieben, Saxony

"Caspar v.d.Droessel" writes to the Kurfruest that approximately 8 years ago he and his brother "Cuntze" against their wills had to buy from two of his (Caspar's) servants, Adam Zeisig and Wolff Bernd of Colochau, and from his brother's "Cuntze" peasant, Blasius Mueller, property totaling 60 ha. of free land, because the owners were in bad financial circumstance and were unable to fulfill their obligations or to perform their expected services.

Even though "Caspar and Cuntze" tried hard to sell the land, they could find no buyers.  That is why they had to purchase the property themselves. After his brother "Cuntze" death, he "Caspar" inherited his brother's property. And he

"Caspar" had sons and daughters.   He petitions the Kurfruest to incorporate this free land into the fief, a5.2.   

1591: Aug. 23, Dresden, Saxon

"Caspar v.d.Droessel" the Churf. Sachsen chancellelory informed "Caspar" that the 60 ha. of free land would be incorporated into his fief and he will receive a fief letter to this effect, a5.2. 

1592: Sept. 6, Dresden, Saxony

"Caspar v.d. Droessel" was invested with the fief of 60 ha. of free land (which he requested to be incorporated into his fief,) by Duke Friedrich Wilhelms in Saxony. Invested with fief in the same land were "Abraham, Adam, and Tham v.d. Droessel," a5.2.

1592: Sept 12, see IX. 14. 1592, Sept. 12 below

1592: Sept. 14, Torgau, Saxony

"Caspar und Abraham v.d. Drossel" of Colochau were (get translation) a5.2.

1592: (no date) see X.15, 1592, (no date)

1595: Mar. 29, Schlieben, Saxony

"Caspar v.d.Droessel" writes to the Kurfruest about his Fief letter regarding the 6o ha. but in which does not include his cousins rights to ( mit der gesamten Hand etc),a5.2 

1650: Jan. 17, "Gaspar" grandfather of "Guenther" was a beneficiary in  Malitzschkendorf, see XI.23, 1650, Jan. 17.

 


 

XIV.11 GUNTHER von der DRESSEL
called DRESSEL

doc. 1548, † 1562

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1548, see IX.13

Probable daughter of Kunz the elder XIII.3

 


 

XIV.12

DOROTHEA von der DRESSEL
called DRESSEL

 


The baptismal font that was donated by Dorothea von der Dressel

 

 

XIV.12a Husband of Dorothea:
 

GEORG von WELDEWITZ

 

CHRONOLOGY:

 


 

CHILDREN of CASPAR the ELDER XIII.1

 


XIV.13 CASPAR THE YOUNGER

doc.  1548 – 1556

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.14 NICKEL (NICHOLAS) von der DRESSEL called NICKELN von DROSSELN

doc.  1548, 1557, 1574 died: Nov. 13, 1574, x July 3, 1549 to Catharina, Lord of Klein Roessin, Co-Lord of Gross Roessin

 

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1524: Nickeln von Drosseln is listed as one of the property owners affected by the “Üebigau” fishing regulations of 1524 and 1557.

1545: see IX.8, 1545, above

1548: July 8, Meissen, Saxony

"Nickel v.d. D." son of the deceased Caspar v.d. Dressel was invested in fief by the Duke Moritz of Saxony with 1/4 of Colochau, all of Klein Rossin, 3/4 of Gross Rossin, in Buchau with 27 Scheffel corn, 8 Scheffel oats and interest of 9 Groschen; from Neuendorff with 30 Scheffel corn, 30 Sceffel oats, interest of 1 Schock 8 Groschen and 19 hens; Nickel v.d. D., after an agreement with his brother Caspar has the above fief alone. Also invested in fief were his brother Caspar and his cousins Gunter and Cuntz, a5.2.

1549: July 3, Wednesday after "visit. Marie "Nickel von der Droessel," Kurfuerst Moritz of Saxony agrees to the conditions of the widow's annuity for Catharina, Nickel's wife which are; all the properties belonging to the Gross and Klein Roessin estates; and she is to receive from the village Buckau 27 Scheffel Corn, 8 Scheffel oats, and interest of 9 Groschen in cash; from the village of Nauendorf 30 Scheffel oats, 30 Scheffel corn, interest of 8 Groschen and 19 chickens. Theses conditions can be redeemed with the payment of 1,000. Gulden. Catharina invested 500 Gulden from her dowry in the estates. The annuity can also be redeemed by paying her a yearly allowance of 100 Gulden,a1.5. 

1557: see the above document from 1524

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XIV.15 ADAM von der DRESSEL call von der DRUSEL

doc. 1611- x ? to Barbara von Cruzburg, † was alive in 1626

   

CHRONOLOGY:

1611: Dec. 4, Meiningen, Saxon-Meiningen:

1614: Trades Schwallungen for Rosa

1615: Receives Rosa fief

1626: Schwarza, ?:  Barbara sues von Russwurm.  She is now living in Schwarza.

 


93, Sept. 6, see IX.9, 1593 above

 


 

SON of HANS (JOHAN) XIII.5

 


 

XIV.16 MELCHIOR von der DRESSEL called DROESEL

doc. 1570, 1587, 1592, * 1549

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1570: June 23, "Melchoir v.d. Droessel," writes to the Kurfurest, that his father Hans died when he was 1 year old, that he is the only son, and now that he is 21 years of age, he requests that he be invested in fief with the fiefs his father left behind, a5.2.

1570: June 26, Dresden, Saxony, "Melchoir v.d. Droessel" was informed by the chancellery, that he should bring the originals and copies of the letters of Fief to Dresden, a5.2.

1587: Mar. 18, Baruth, Saxony, "Melchoir v.d. Droessel," writes to the Kurfurest that he cannot fulfill his sworn oath because of illness (weakness of his body), a5.2.

1592: Sept. 12, "Melchoir von der Drossel" gives the power of attorney to Johamm Moegell to (get translated), a5.2

 


 

SAXON - MEINENGEN

 


CHILDREN of DIETRICH XIII.7

 


 

XIV.17

DIETRICH

 

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XIV.18 SIBYLLA

doc. 1591

 

CHRONOLOGY:

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XIV.19 MELCHIOR ?

(Propably son of Gunther XIII.2

 

 


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