Wilhelm Leyser I.
Wilhelm Leyser I was the son of Polykarp Leyser the Elder. Ä. and his wife Elisabeth, daughter of the painter Lucas Cranach the Elder. J. When he was ten years old, Wilhelm moved into the University of Wittenberg . There he acquired the academic degree of a master's degree in liberal arts in 1610 and then began to study theology. To this end, he moved to the University of Gießen in 1612 , went to the University of Tübingen in 1613 , and in 1615 to the University of Strasbourg and the University of Basel as well as other university locations.
After obtaining a licentiate in theology in 1619 , he traveled to northern Germany, Holland, England and France. In 1621 he received his doctorate in theology from the University of Jena and then went to Torgau as pastor and superintendent . In 1627 he became fourth professor at the University of Wittenberg and, as Ephorus, managed the electoral scholarship holders . In Wittenberg he was rector of the university four times and was finally appointed canon in 1646 and dean in 1647 in Meissen .
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- De Miraculis Christi
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- De Coena Domini
- De Officio Christi mediatorio
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His first marriage was on February 11, 1622, with Regina (* July 22, 1602 in Leipzig; † December 30, 1631 in Wittenberg), the daughter of the court and judicial councilor Gabriel Tüntzel and his wife Catharina (* December 17 1576 in Leipzig; † March 22, 1628 in Dresden), the daughter of the Leipzig professor of theology Zacharias Schilter and his wife Elisabeth Cantzler. The children are known from marriage:
- Regina Leyser (* September 20, 1624 in Torgau, † October 8, 1653 in Wurzen) They married on September 24, 1650 Johann Martin Luther (1616-1669), the great-grandson of Martin Luther and Erbsassen on Hohburg and canon of the pin Zeitz and of the Kollegiatstift Wurzen . Children from this marriage: Johann Wilhelm Luther (* October 5, 1651 in Wurzen; † February 21, 1673 in Dresden) and Martin Friedrich Luther (* October 1, 1653 in Wurzen; † April 23, 1655)
- Wilhelm Leyser II (born August 24, 1628 in Wittenberg; † May 2, 1689 ibid)
- Katharina Elisabeth Leyser (born October 22, 1630 Wittenberg; † January 24, 1697 Wittenberg) was married to the Wittenberg doctor Johann Strauch III. (* around 1620 in Dresden; † July 23, 1689 in Wittenberg)
- Polycarp Leyser († July 16, 1626 in Torgau)
- Gabriel Leyser (born June 19, 1626 - † April 13, 1629 in Wittenberg)
- Wilhelm Leyser (* Torgau; † December 6, 1626 in Wittenberg)
Second marriage on February 3, 1634 with Katharina Bose (* December 15, 1615 in Leipzig; † June 30, 1677 in Wittenberg), the daughter of Kaspar Bose (1577–1650), master builder and merchant in Leipzig, and Katharina Schreider (1578 -1620). From this marriage there were six sons and three daughters, of whom we know:
- Polycarp Kaspar Leyser, (born May 1, 1637 in Wittenberg; † March 23, 1678 Kemberg) studied theology in Wittenberg and Leipzig, gave private lectures in Wittenberg, where he received his master's degree on October 13, 1659, pastor and superintendent in Seyda in 1674, and provost and superintendent in 1675 to Kemberg
- Gottfried Christian Leyser, (born September 23, 1647 in Wittenberg; † January 12, 1700 ibid), married Dorothea Louisa Reiser, studied in Wittenberg and Jena. Traveled from 1680 to 1691 through Europe, 1678 Lic jur., Was hereditary lord of Rothemark and is buried in the town church of Wittenberg .
- Caspar Leyser (born January 29, 1635 in Wittenberg; † March 30, 1635 ibid)
- Friedrich Leyser (born January 12, 1636 in Wittenberg; † July 20, 1636 ibid)
- Johann Wilhelm Leyser (born August 22, 1639 in Wittenberg, † February 4, 1695 in Naumburg an der Saale); Jeweler and councilor, married to Dorothea Krügelstein (1651–1735), daughter of master goldsmith Peter Krügelstein (1605–1684). Four daughters and three sons.
- Christian Friedrich Leyser (born August 4, 1643 in Wittenberg)
- Sophia Elisabeth Leyser (born June 8, 1638 in Wittenberg, † January 11, 1694 in Arnstadt), was married to the theologian Jakob Tenzel (1630–1685) from Wittenberg. Six sons and four daughters.
- Anna Maria Leyser (born August 4, 1641 in Wittenberg; † 1677), was married to the Count's councilor and court master Paul Conrad Pichel, owner of the county of Creyenstein.
- Catharina Leyser (born June 20, 1645 in Wittenberg; died after baptism, June 25)
- Walter Friedensburg : History of the University of Wittenberg. Max Niemeyer, Halle (Saale) 1917.
- Fritz Roth : Complete evaluations of funeral sermons and personal documents for genealogical and cultural-historical purposes. Volume 2, R 1358, R 1988
- Georg Christian Bernhard Pünjer : Leyser, Polykarp von . In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Volume 18, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1883, pp. 523-526. (Secondary entry: mention)
- Leyser, Wilhelm, a son of the Chur-Saxon upper court preacher Polycarpus Leysers. In: Johann Heinrich Zedler : Large complete universal lexicon of all sciences and arts . Volume 17, Leipzig 1738, column 735 f.
- Church registers Wittenberg
- Hans-Joachim Böttcher : Leyser, Wilhelm , in: Important historical personalities of the Düben Heath , AMF - No. 237, 2012, p. 60.
- Publications by and about Wilhelm Leyser I in VD 17 .
- Works by Leyser in the catalog of the Freiburg University Library at ub.uni-freiburg.de
- Gabriel Tüntzel (also: Tincelius, Tetzel, Tünzel, * 1576 Halle (Saale); † December 21, 1645 in Dresden, □ January 6, 1646) Summer-Sem. 1588 Uni. Leipzig (dep.), March 25, 1593 Uni. Wittenberg, Summer-Sem. 1593 Stud. & Bacc. phil. University. Leipzig, January 30, 1595 Mag.phil. ibid., summer semester 1605 Rector Uni. Leipzig, February 4, 1608 Lic. Jur. ibid., March 30, 1609 Dr. jur. ibid., 1610 Councilor Weimar, 1612 kurf. Saxon Hof- u. Justitzrat in Dresden, 1622 kais. Hofpfalzgraf, kurf. Saxon Privy Councilor, inheritance from Tuntzenhausen, Seligstedt and Möhlau,
|SURNAME||Leyser, Wilhelm I.|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German Lutheran theologian|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 26, 1592|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Braunschweig|
|DATE OF DEATH||February 8, 1649|
|Place of death||Wittenberg|