Carl Hermann Moritz von Gärtner

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Carl Hermann Moritz Freiherr von Gärtner (born March 12, 1808 in Brieg ; † December 9, 1871 in Reinsdorf (Plauen) ) was a German forester, landowner and parliamentarian.


Carl Hermann Moritz von Gärtner was born as the son of the Prussian Higher Regional Court President Wilhelm von Gärtner. After attending the Schulpforta state school , he studied law and forest science at the universities of Bonn , Heidelberg and Berlin . In 1827 he became a member of the Corps Borussia Bonn . From 1834 to 1836 he was a candidate for forestry in a chief forester in the Gumbinnen district . He then acquired a manor and in 1841 became head of the general administration of Count Schall's estates and forests at Schloss Gaussig . As a princely Russian forest master he resigned from his service and acquired several manors in Lusatia and Silesia . He was a member of the Silesian Provincial Parliament . Von Gärtner was married to Therese von Tümpling , lady-in-waiting of Queen Amalie of Saxony and lady of honor of the Order of Theresa .


  • GG Winkel : Biographical corps album of Borussia in Bonn 1821–1928 . Aschaffenburg 1928