Ludwig von Pincier

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Ludwig von Pincier (Pincier)

Birthplace: Germany (Deutschland)
Death: December 26, 1612 (51)
Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany (Deutschland)
Immediate Family:

Son of Hermann Christiansson Pincier and Elisabet Zütze von Öhe
Husband of Anna Hintze and Margaretha von Wietersheim
Father of Hermann Ludwigsson Pincier

Occupation: Hofrat, Deutscher Jurist in der Frühen Neuzeit und erster lutherischer Dekan des Lübecker Domkapitels, geheimråd, jur.utr.doktor i Marburg, domkapitlets i Lybeck dekanus
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About Ludwig von Pincier

Ludwig Pincier (* 7 January 1561 , † 26 December 1612 ) was a German lawyer in the early modern period and the first dean of the Lutheran Lübeck Cathedral Chapter.


Ludwig Pincier was a son of the Hessian bailiff to Nidda Pincier Hermann (1532 - 1570) and his wife Elizabeth, born Zütze (about 1530 - before November 4, 1584) from weather . near Marburg, widow of Jean Boltz As a doctor of law, he came from Hesse to northern Germany. Since 4 October 1589 he was a canon in Lübeck. It was 1591 as counsel to the court of the dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp in 1592 and was appointed an extension of his powers. He was the convict-archiepiscopal Privy Council in 1595, he was appointed dean of the cathedral chapter Lübeck appointed.

Ludwig was Pincier first marriage to Anna Hintze († 1599). After her death he married Margaret of Wietersheim, a daughter of Anton (I) of Wietersheim . His son Hermann Pincier (1591-1661) succeeded him as Episcopal Council and Canon.

His great-granddaughter of Margaretha Elisabetha Pincier († 1731), married the politician Magnus Wedderkop and this was placed in the chapel of the Lübeck Cathedral Wedderkop to rest. Epitaph Dr. Ludwig Pincier in Lübeck Cathedral Epitaph

He received in 1616 a stone epitaph of the late Renaissance in the choir room of the Lübeck Cathedral, which from the Lübeck Steinhauer Hermann von Rode [1] along the lines of Glandorpschen and the publican's epitaph was made ​​in St. Mary's Church. It shows a picture of the resurrection as a relief. The round gable of the epitaph with the family coat of arms is based on two free-standing columns of gray marble. The coat of arms of his two wives are under the side of the gable obelisk. Before the Resurrection relief on a console, there are kneeling statues of the deceased, left the Dean with his two sons and left the two wives of the daughters. Below that is an explanatory plaque with a Latin inscription. [2] The epitaph survived the air raid on Lübeck in 1942 with modest damage and was restored to the 1977th [3] References

   John Baltzer , Friedrich Bruns., building and monuments of the Free and Hanseatic City of Lübeck Issued by the Building Authority. Volume III: Church at Old Lübeck. Dom. Church of St. James. Aegidienkirche. Published by Bernhard Nöhring, Lübeck, 1920, pp. 194, 224-226 Exact reprint 2001: ISBN 3-89557-167-9
   Jacob Henseling: The Pintzier (Pincier) of Biedenkopf in: Hessian family customer 13/4 (1976), pp. 177-199. 
   ↑ According to Hermann von Rode. In: Ulrich Thieme , Felix Becker and a: General Encyclopedia of Artists of the antiquity to the present . Volume 28, EA Seemann, Leipzig, 1934, pp. 458 probably the son of the architect Hans Rode. Hermann von Rode was based on Robert Coppens . He died at the 1628th
   ↑ inscription with translation when Adolf Clasen : Misunderstood treasures: Lübeck Latin inscriptions in the original and in German, Lübeck, 2003, pp. 88 ff ISBN 3-7950-0475-6
   ↑ Epitaph Dr. Ludwig Pincier at

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Ludwig von Pincier's Timeline

January 7, 1561
Germany (Deutschland)
July 9, 1598
Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
December 26, 1612
Age 51
Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany (Deutschland)