Kasper Eggerth Bohemia
By Klaus D February 14, 2009 at 03:44:38
Information to Kaspar Eggerth (1776-1828)
Kaspar founded a papermill in Stubenbach (Bohemia) now called Prasily in 1827. For 5 generations the family produced finest paper, which was used by the famous artist Josef Vachal for his woodcuts. It was also used as the official paper of the Czechoslowakian President.
On 25. 5. 1933 the papermill burnt down. There is a private initiative to rebuild the mill as an museum.
My name is Klaus Dünser. I am a descendant of Kaspar´s daughter Franziska who married Laurenz Zelzer. Their daughter Franziska (13.2.1831- 26.3.192)(shortname Fanny) married Anton Weiss. They are my great-great-grandparents and they lived in Vienna.
I will be grateful for any information to let this branch of the familytree grow bigger.