Count Niemricz was initially chamberlain of Kiev and distinguished himself against the Swedes in the Second Northern War . Presumably as a result of the Russo-Polish War and the associated territorial shifts (Kiev came to Russia ), he went into Brandenburg service and was on February 22, 1675, General Feldzeugmeister, Privy Councilor and Chamberlain, for which he received an annual salary of 2000 thalers . From August 14th to October 13th, 1678 he was the Kurbrandenburg ambassador to Poland. After this, no further messages have been sent from him.
- Peter Bahl : The court of the great elector. Studies on the higher office holdings of Brandenburg-Prussia (= publications from the archives of Prussian cultural property, supplement 8). Böhlau, Cologne, Weimar, Vienna 2001, ISBN 3-412-08300-3 , p. 549
- Kurt von Priesdorff : Soldier leadership . Volume 1, Hanseatische Verlagsanstalt Hamburg, [Hamburg], , , p. 27, no. 39.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Brandenburg Major General|
|DATE OF BIRTH||around 1630|
|DATE OF DEATH||after 1678|