Jodok Pein

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Jodok Pein (also Jodoc Pein , Jodokus Pein ) (* in Salem ; † after 1729) was the imperial-royal registrar of the Latin expedition of the Reich Chancellery, lay founder , draftsman and teaching provost in Vienna under Charles VI. and was raised to imperial nobility in 1729 . As the closest collaborator of the Secret Reich Secretary Florentin von Consbruch, he had an overview of all important processes in the chancellery. His origin was Salem .

His brother, Ferdinand Pein, was an Imperial and Royal Court Chancellery taxator.


Signature of Jodok Pein in André Falquet's letter of nobility from 1725

In 1725, Jodok Pein signed André Falquets' letter of nobility :
Collat ​​(at) um et Registr (at) um
        Jodoc Pein mpp ria

Registered documents

  • André Falquet's letter of nobility
  • Copia Käyserl. Letter to the princes of the Swabian Cräyses who sent the tender. Vienna, September 25, 1717.
  • Diplôme de l'Empereur Rodolphe II en dâte du December 16, 1605. with the Confirmation de l'Empereur Charles VI. on October 31, 1721.

Literature and references

  • Ludwig BITTNER, Lothar GROSS, Fritz Reinöhl: Complete inventory of the Viennese house, court and state archives , vol. 5, object and namesake, A. Holzhausens successor: 1936, p. 224.
  1. A. Holzhausen's successors: House, Court and State Archives (Austria), Ludwig Bittner, Lothar Gross, Fritz Reinöhl: "Complete inventory of the Vienna House, Court and State Archives", Volume 5, Sach- und Nameweiser, 1936, page 224, Google Books 1 (snippet view, you can read something), Google Books 2 (snippet view)
  2. a b G. Olms (Ed.): Ernst Heinrich Kneschke: Neues Allgemeine Deutsches Adels-Lexicon, published 1859, page 82
  3. ^ Hermann Weber: Political orders and social forces in the old empire, Stiener 1980, page 160 ISBN 3-515-03121-9
  4. ^ To a highly praiseworthy general imperial assembly at Regenspurg, the most necessary MEMORIALE , from the imperial prælatur and Stüfft Salmansweyler, 1723. ( Google Books , full text)
  5. Baudin Hodin: Receuil contenant les edits et les reglements […] , Part 2, p. 95, Everard Kints (Ed.) Liege, 1750. ( Google Books , full text)
  6. ^ ÖStA, HHStA, RK, Smaller Reichsstands 327, p. 5. PDF