Sigmund Jacob Haeckher

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Sigmund Jacob Haeckher (born September 3, 1726 in Münzesheim ; † November 17, 1772 in Zweibrücken ) (according to other information † November 27, 1772 in Zweibrücken) was building inspector and professor of geometry and mathematics at the Zweibrücken grammar school .

Haeckher's father was the teacher Johann Dietrich Haeckher.

Haeckher was married to Catharina Mischot, who died on June 5, 1798 in Elmstein ; Children were born in Bergzabern . He worked for various princes as a builder, Renovator and surveyor, first in 1752 as Renovator in Bruchsal for the bishop of Speyer and in the same year as a builder in Kirchheimbolanden for the rule of Nassau-Weilburg , 1762/64 as Peraequator in Bergzabern for the rule Pfalz -Zweibrücken and 1771/72 as building inspector in Zweibrücken. From 1764 to 1767 he drafted the plans for the Trippstadt Palace with the well tunnel for Baron von Hacke . He was also involved in the construction of churches in Heiligenmoschel and Ransweiler , as well as at Rohrbach Castle . From 1771 the "Building Inspector and Geographus" Haeckher taught geometry, trigonometry and civil architecture at the Zweibrücken high school. Two maps of him are known, a wall map of the Wilenstein rule and a partial map of the southern and eastern border areas of the Wilenstein rule.


Individual evidence

  1. a b c Kurt Stuck: Herzoglich Zweibrückisches Hofpersonal and other servants , Ludwigshafen / Rhein 1999, ISSN  0171-1512 , p. 66.
  2. a b Helmut Celim: Trippstadt fountain tunnel or water tunnel? , Trippstadt 2006, chapter 5.2, p. 36f.
  3. ^ Georg Christian Crollius : Westricher Abhandlungen , I, Zweibrücken 1771, p. 63