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Mozart family

The Mozart family are the ancestors, relatives, and descendants of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The earliest documents mentioning the name "Mozart", then spelled "Motzhart" or "Mozthardt", are from the Bavarian part of Swabia (today the Regierungsbezirk of Bavarian Swabia).

Mozart family

  1. David Motzhardt (?–1625/6), farmer in Pfersee, today a suburb of Augsburg
  2. David Motzhardt (1620–1685), bricklayer and master builder in Augsburg; built the tower of the church in Dillingen an der Donau; married Maria Negele (1622–1697)
  3. Daniel Mozart (1645–1683)
  4. Hans Georg Mozart (1647–1719), bricklayer and master builder, Fugger residence
  5. Franz Mozart (1649–1694), master builder
  6. bookbinder in Augsburg, married (i) Anna Maria Banegger, no children; (ii) Anna Maria Sulzer (1696–1766), 8 children including:
  7. Leopold Mozart (1719–1787), composer, married Anna Maria Pertl (1720–1778)
  8. Maria Anna Mozart ("Nannerl"), (1751–1829), married Johann Baptist Franz von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg (1736–1801), 3 children
  9. Leopold Alois Pantaleon von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg (1785–1840)
  10. Jeanette von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg (1789–1805)
  11. Maria Babette von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg (1790–1791)
  12. Five other children, all died before the age of 16
  13. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791), composer, married Constanze Weber (1762–1842), 6 children
  14. Raimund Leopold Mozart (1783–1783)
  15. Karl Thomas Mozart (1784–1858), official in the service of the Viceroy of Naples in Milan; unmarried and no children
  16. Johann Thomas Leopold Mozart (1786–1786)
  17. Theresia Constantia Adelhaid Friederica Marianna Mozart (1787–1788)
  18. Anna Maria Mozart (1789–1789)
  19. Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (1791–1844), composer and teacher; unmarried and no children
  20. Franz Alois Mozart (1712–1791), bookbinder in Augsburg, married Maria Victoria Eschenbach
  21. Maria Anna Thekla Mozart ("Bäsle") (1758–1841)
  22. Five further sons, two daughters
  23. David Mozart (1653–1710), a Conventual Franciscan
  24. Johann Michael Mozart (1655–1718), sculptor
  25. Four daughters
  26. Weber family

    The Weber family became connected with the Mozart family through the marriage of Wolfgang Amadeus to Constanze. The family were from Zell im Wiesental, Germany and included:

    1. Fridolin Weber (1691–1754), married Maria Eva Schlar[1]
    2. Franz Fridolin Weber (1733–1779), married Cäcilia Cordula Stamm (1727–1793)
    3. Josepha Weber (1758–1819), soprano, married (i) Franz de Paula Hofer (1755–96) (ii) Sebastian Mayer (1773–1835)
    4. Aloysia Weber (c. 1760–1839), soprano, married Joseph Lange (1751–1831)
    5. Georg Nikolaus von Nissen (1761–1826)
    6. six children by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as above
    7. Sophie Weber (1763–1846), singer, married Jakob Haibel (1762–1826)
    8. Franz Anton Weber (1734–1812)[2]
    9. Carl Maria von Weber (1786–1826), composer
    10. Gallery

      Leopold Mozart, his wife and children

      Wolfgang Mozart's wife and children


      1. ^ Kiefer, Siegfried (2003). "Die Ahnentafel der Familie Weber". Constanze Mozart (in Deutsch). Retrieved 29 September 2010. 
      2. ^ Massenbach, Camilla von (2007). "Franz Anton Weber". Links. Retrieved 29 September 2010. 
      • Krist-Krug, Gabriele (2006). Hans Georg Mozart (1647–1719). Barockbaumeister einer berühmeten Familie aus Augsburg: Leben und Werk. Augsburg: Wißner.  
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