Karl Wiligut's wife (Correctly Carl Wiligut)

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Karl Wiligut's wife (Correctly Carl Wiligut)

Post by Helge » 01 Oct 2018 14:37

From the very rare news of the wife of Carl Wiligut one often has only his first and last name and his city of birth and residence (Bozen in South Tyrol). It is mentioned with this name and surname: Malwine Leuts von Teuringen.

In Bozen this surname does not exist: the correct one is Malwine Leurs von Treuenringen.

I enclose a photo of one of his namesake born in the year 1847 and died in the year 1894. The city always the same: Bozen in South Tyrol.

My suspicion is that it is the mother of Carl Wiligut's wife.

I continue the search because the traceability is in Bozen and more precisely in the locality "Brixen" country not far from Bozen.

Source photo:http://sterbebilder.schwemberger.at/
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