Johann Jacob Mann

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Johann Jacob Mann (born August 28, 1787 in Ditzingen , † after 1851) was an administrative officer in Württemberg.


Mann was a son of the surveyor of the same name and later Ditzinger Schultheißen (1807–1818) Johann Jacob Mann and his wife Maria Catharina, b. Reinert. After completing his training as a clerk in 1812, he became assistant to the registry of the crown domain section and was an auditor for the government of the Württemberg Danube district in Ulm from 1815 to 1831 . In 1831 he was appointed chief administrator of the upper department of Wangen and on August 7, 1833 he was also officially appointed chief administrator. From 1836 to 1842 he was Oberamtmann of the Oberamt Münsingen , 1842 to 1851 Oberamtmann of the Oberamt Vaihingen . In 1851 he retired.


  • Wolfram Angerbauer (Red.): The heads of the upper offices, district offices and district offices in Baden-Württemberg from 1810 to 1972 . Edited by the working group of the district archives at the Baden-Württemberg district assembly, Stuttgart 1996, p. 398.