Ludwig Maria [4/1/1769 - 4/7/1769]
Casper Carl [4/7/1774 - 11/15/1815] ------------->
1 son, Karl
Nickolaus Johann [10/1/1776 - / /1848]
----------> 1 daughter, _?_
Anna Maria Franziska [2/22/1779 - 2/24/1779]
Franz Georg [1/16/1781 - 8/16/1783]
Maria Margaretha [5/4/1786 - 11/25/1787]
Antonie Brentano [5/28/1780-1869] - Possibly
Im.beloved (vs. Josephine Deym). 1st child w/ Franz died in infancy
Countess Giulietta Guicciardi [1784-1856]
- Pupil ~1801. Romance w/ B. but married Count Gallenberg 1803.
Josephine Deym (Brunsvik) [ 1779-1849
] - Love relationship 1804-1807. Possibly lifelong as Im.Beloved.
Therese Malfatti [1792-1851] - Piano
student and romantic interest of B's. Fur Elise written for her. Her
uncle had been B's physician in 1808 after Dr. Schmidt died in Feb 1808
(or 1809). B. had been introduced to the family by Gleichenstein. Note:
In 1809, Therese was 17 years old and Beethoven was 37-38 years old.
Marie Bigot [1786-1820] - [Doubtful] Moved
Vienna 1804 w/ husband: Razumovsky's libr., Paris 1809. Pianist, autograph
score of Appassionata played from sight for B. B. accused of attempt
at seduction, rejected.
Magdalena Willman [17__ -1801] - Met when Beethoven was 24 years
old. He wrote many songs for her between 1797-9 including Adelaide;
she described him to others as "ugly" and apparentlyh used
him to advance her singing career.
Anna Marie Erdody [ ] -
Amenda, Karl [1771-1836] - Violinist and
theologian, born in Courland, came to Vienna in 1798 where he became
the tutor to Prince Lobkowitz's children. He soon met Beethoven and
became close friends while in Vienna 1798-99.
Their correspondence continued after Amenda's return to Courland in
late summer 1799. In 1802 after studying theology at Jena University,
he became a pastor. [Anderson v1 pg34 footnotes]
Brauchle, Joseph -Friend, Erdody children
tutor '03- .Left V. w/ them '13. Susp.of abuse '16: Erdody child's death
Brunswick, Count Franz [1777-1849] - Friend
in Vienna. Josephine's older brother (by 2 years)
Dolezalek, Johann - met B. 1800 when B.
29 yo & Dolezalek was 20; established lifelong friendwhip [per Man
of his Word p12-13]
Erdody, Countess Anna Maria [1778-1837]
- Left Vienna 1815, back 1819-20, left for Munich 1824.
Haslinger, Tobias [1787-1842] - Employee,
then partner, then sole proprietor of Steiner Publishing House.
Malfatti, Anna [1792-1851] -<1 year younger
sister of Therese; piano lessons from B.; married Gleichenstein
Reicha, Anton [1770-1836] - Czech comp.&
friend in Bonn 1785, moved Vienna 1802-friends; moved Paris '08
Ries, Ferdinand [1784-1838] - B's student
in Vienna 1801. Son of Franz Ries: taught B violin in Bonn.
Sebald, Amalie [1787-1846] - Singer from
Berlin, met B. at Teplitz (Bohemia) 1811 and 1812
Streicher nee Stein, Nanette [1769-1833]
-Anna Marie. Piano maker w/ husband; close friends. Vienna since 1794.
von Breuning, Eleonore [1772-1841] - St.
v. Breuning's older sister & Wegeler's wife. B. was attracted early.
von Bruening, Stephen [1774-1827] - close
friend since B. age 11yr through remaining life. His first wife: Julie
von Vering [Nov, 26 1791- ?] - daughter of Dr. von Vering. Died 11 months
after marriage 2nd wife: Constanze Ruschowitz - After Julie's death,
remarried (this was Gerhard's mother)
von Domanovecz Zmeskall, Nikolaus [1759-1833]
- Official in Hungarian Chancellery, cellist, long friendship.
von Gleichenstein, Baron Ignaz [1778-1828]
- One of closest friends. Married Anna, sister of Therese.
von Graumann, Baroness Dorothea [1781-1849]
- Pianist. Friend by 1804 - studied w/ him. Op 101 ded. to her.
von Malchus, Karl August [ ] -
Wegeler, Franz Gerhard [8/22/1765-1848]
- MD, Prof.of med.:U. of Bonn at 19y; Bonn friend; Vienna 1794-96.
Weissenbach, Aloys [1766-1821] - Mil.surg.,
then Prof. of Surg., Salzburg.;deaf; wrote lib:cantata, Der Glorreiche