Johann Friedrich Knublauch

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Johann Friedrich Knublauch (born October 29, 1809 in Külte ; † September 13, 1867 in Nieder-Wildungen ) was a German judge and politician .

Knublauch was the son of the innkeeper Karl Friedrich Knublauch and his wife Maria Katharina nee Wagener. His first marriage was Johanne Henriette Charlotte Ortenbach on August 10, 1837 in Wetzlar. In his second marriage he married Elisabeth Philippine Auguste Ortenbach on January 4, 1855 in Wetzlar. Knublauch studied law and in 1834 became a lawyer and government procurator in Arolsen. In 1843 he became judicial officer in Rhoden and in 1860 district court director in Wildungen. From 1852 to 1853 he was a member of the state parliament of the Principality of Waldeck-Pyrmont for the constituency of Eisenberg .