Wagner family tree


Wagner family tree

The family of the composer Richard Wagner

Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Wagner, * 1770 † 1813, police actuary,
∞ 1798 Johanna Rosine Pätz * 1778 † 1848 (after being widowed, in 1814 she married the painter Ludwig Geyer * 1779 † 1821, whose rumoured paternity of Richard Wagner is neither substantiated nor eliminated).
# Albert Wagner, * 1799 † 1874, opera singer and stage director,
∞ 1828 Elise Gollmann, * 1800 † 1864,
## Franziska Wagner, * 1829 † 1895,
∞ 1854 Alexander Ritter * 1833 † 1896, musician and composer
## Marie Wagner, * 1831 † 1876,
∞ 1851 Karl Jacoby, merchant
## Johanna Wagner (adopted), * 1826 † 1894, daughter of Eduard Freiherr von Bock von Wülfingen, opera singer and actress,
∞ 1859 Alfred Jachmann, * 1829 † 1918, district administrator
# Carl Gustav Wagner, * 1801 † 1802
# Rosalie Wagner, * 1803 † 1837, actress,
∞ 1836 Oswald Marbach, * 1810 † 1890, university professor
# Carl Julius Wagner, * 1804 † 1862
# Luise Wagner, * 1805 † 1872, actress,
∞ 1828 Friedrich Brockhaus,* 1800 † 1865, publisher
# Klara Wagner, * 1807 † 1875, opera singer,
∞ 1829 Heinrich Wolfram, * 1800 † 1874, opera singer, later a merchant
# Maria Theresia Wagner, * 1809 † 1814
# Ottilie Wagner, * 1811 † 1883,
∞ 1836 Hermann Brockhaus, * 1806 † 1877, orientalist
# Richard Wagner, * 1813 † 1883, composer,
∞ 1. 1836 Minna Planer, * 1809 † 1866, actress
∞ 2. 1870 Cosima Liszt, * 1837 † 1930, daughter of Franz Liszt and Marie d'Agoult, divorced in 1869 from the conductor Hans von Bülow, mother of three children (after two other children with von Bülow):
## Isolde Ludowitz von Bülow, * 1865 † 1919,
∞ 1900 Franz Beidler, * 1872 † 1930, music director
### Franz Wilhelm Beidler, * 1901 † 1981
## Eva von Bülow, * 1867 † 1942,
∞ 1908 Houston Stewart Chamberlain, * 1855 † 1927, author
## Siegfried Wagner, * 1869 † 1930, composer, conductor and stage director,
∞ 1915 Winifred Marjorie Williams, * 1897 † 1980, adopted daughter of the pianist Karl Klindworth
### Wieland Wagner, * 1917 † 1966, stage director,
∞ 1941 Gertrud Reissinger, * 1916 † 1998, dancer and choreographer
#### Iris Wagner, * 1942
#### Wolf-Siegfried Wagner, * 1943,
∞ 1. Malo Osthoff
∞ 2. Eleonore Gräfin Lehndorff
##### Joy Olivia Wagner
#### Nike Wagner, * 1945, dramaturg and publicist,
∞ 1. Jean Launay
∞ 2. Jürg Stenzl, * 1942, musicologist
##### Louise Launay
#### Daphne Wagner, * 1946, actress
∞ 1. Udo Proksch, * 1934 † 2001 businessman and industrialist (involved in the Lucona case)
∞ 2. Tilman Spengler, * 1947 author and publisher
### Friedelind Wagner, * 1918 † 1991
### Wolfgang Wagner, * 1919, stage director,
∞ 1. 1943 Ellen Drexel, * 1919 † 2002, divorced 1976;
∞ 2. 1976 Gudrun Mack-Armann, * 1944 † 2007
#### Eva Wagner-Pasquier, * 1945, theatre manager,
∞ Yves Pasquier, film producer
##### Antoine Amadeus Pasquier, * 1982
#### Gottfried Wagner, * 1947, musicologist,
∞ 1. Beatrix Kraus
∞ 2. Teresina Rosetti
##### Eugenio Wagner
#### Katharina Wagner, * 1978, stage director
### Verena Wagner, * 1920,
∞ 1943 Bodo Lafferentz, * 1897 † 1974, Nazi Party member and SS Obersturmbannführer
#### Améli Lafferentz, * 1944,
∞ Manfred Hohmann
#####Christopher Hohmann
#### Manfred Lafferentz, * 1945
∞ Gunhild Mix
##### Leif Lafferentz
#### Winifred Lafferentz, * 1947,
∞ Paul Arminjon
##### Wendy Arminjon
##### Mathias Arminjon
#### Wieland Lafferentz, * 1949,
∞ Isabella Weiß
##### Verena Maja Lafferentz, jazz singer
#### Verena Lafferentz, * 1952,
∞ Tilo Schnekenburger

ee also

* Wagner (surname)

ources

Much of the content of this article comes from [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Wagner_(Familie) the equivalent German-language wikipedia article] (retrieved September, 2007).

External links

* [http://www.wahnfried.de/archiv/stammbaum.html Wagner Family Tree (German)]
* [http://home.c2i.net/monsalvat/wagtree.gifWagner Family Tree (English)]


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