Johann Birnbaum

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Johann Birnbaum, later Johannes von Birnbaum (born January 6, 1763, Queichheim, now Landau in der Pfalz - May 20, 1832, Zweibrücken) was an Electorate of the Palatinate jurist and a president of the "Court of Appeal" (Appellationsgericht) in Zweibrücken.


  • Ennoblement (Nobilitierung) (1817)
  • In his home town of Queichheim, a street has been named "Birnbaum Straße" after him
  • While the house in which he was born is no longer standing, a monument has been erected in front of the building which now occupies that address.

Literary works[edit]

  • Geschichte der Stadt Landau (1826) ["History of the City of Landau"]


External links[edit]

  • Eltester: Birnbaum, Johann. In Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB), 2nd volume, pp. 664–665.