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  • Helene Grünebaum (1864 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs:Grünebaum, Helene geborene Wohlgemuth geboren am 06. März 1864 in Oberheimbach / Sankt Goar / Rheinprovinz wohnhaft in LierschiedDeportation: ab Frankfurt a. M...
  • Hester Brandenburg (1744 - 1821)
    Thank you Cami for kindly sponsoring Hester's memorial.Sent in by a Brandenburg researcher: HESTER WOLGAMOTT, daughter of JOSEPH and CATHARINA (__) WOLGAMOTT, was born 02 Aug 1744 in Prince Georges Co....
  • Jenny Wronke (1875 - aft.1940)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Wronke, Jenny geb. Wohlgemuth geboren am 12. März 1875 in Neustade/Russland wohnhaft in Altdamm DEPORTATION ab Stettin 12. Februar 1940, Pia...
  • Johann Godlieb Carl Welgemoed, SV/PROG (c.1759 - 1841)
    Johan(n) Godfried (Godlieb) WELGEMOED (WELGEMOTH), van Koningsbergen in Pruise (vandag Pole), gebore 1760. Sy oorsponklike van “WELGEMOTH” is verHollands na “WELGEMOED”. Daar is verwarring wat betref s...
  • Rosa Brinitzer (1872 - aft.1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Brinitzer Brienitzer, Rosa geb. Wohlgemut geboren am 25. November 1872 in Neustadt (poln. Wejherowo)/Westpreußen wohnhaft in Berlin (Wilmersdorf) ...

About the Wohlgemuth surname

old encyclopedia said it meant "full of happiness " and that a Wohlgemuth was a teacher for Michaelangelo


Balázs Déri says :

Some of some Wohlgemuth families ancestors might once have been part of Yomut tribe nomadizing in Khazaria as far as river Volga then called also Idil or Etil . Yomud people there may partly be of Athénian origin as both Ións and Méds had come from there and this ethnonym seems to be a composure of the latter two : Ión-Méd ,pronounced Iwón-Mayawad .

It was 340 years before 930 according to a Roman aera with beginning in 723 b.c.,that is in 103 b.c.,

that Bulan king of Khazaria in Turan after sacking Rod-Alaan  and Ardil ,that is Alarodia and Ardilan , felt like chosen by God to invent modern Judaism and to be  proclaimed for king of the whole of Iudaia together  with Idumaia . This event is what we know from antique history as the forcing  of Ituraians to Iudaism by Aristo-Bul from  Khasamonaios family . These Kazars according to tradition ,at least partly,descend from  a grandson of Awappat, a son of Eg-Ga-ya-Mar-Ra - of whom Marg,now called Merv might  be named - called Te-Geranma-Ha . Therefore Judaist Ituraians ,that is Kazars might later be called  Grammateios sect .

Later Kazars are followers of Ioannes of Giskhala ,whereas Kaz in Turkish mean the same as Gisca in Rumanian, and that is why in Slavic regions they adopted the name of being a Husid .

These peoples might have settled there arriving with Alexander of Makedonia,founder of Taugast and of Khubdan in Asia too,just like Dolgan people might once have inhabited Olganos in Makedonia ,and then the country around rivers Don and Volga ,named after the latter : Don-Wolgan .

So,Wohlgemuth may originally be Volga-Yomut .

Jews and christians say Yafet,Gomer,Togarmah .

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