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Eduard Puricelli(November 16, 1826 - December 4, 1893) was a castle and winery owner.
Married with Hyacinthe Gertrudis Recking on February 25, 1854(Sankt Kastor Katholisch, Koblenz Stadt, Rheinland, Preussen)
Eduard had one daughter: Maria Puricelli
Eduard had two sons. Both died very early
The Puricelli's were a leading family in Europe
- Founder and owner of multiple gas energy stations and the Rheinböller Hütte as steel industry company in Rheinböllen - Founder and former onwer of the Puricelli Palais. The German name casualname is Empire-Haus am Speisemarkt in Bingen - Initial builder and first owner of Schloss Lieser. - Member of the Konstituierenden Reichstag des Norddeutschen Bundes - Founder of the Eduard Foundation in Helenenberg (Germany)(1894). Renamed to Don Bosco in 1925. Foundation was continued by Salesianer Don Boscos. Social Youngster Aid. - Founder of the Marien-Kapelle in - Member of the Annexion Lothringens
- City library of Mainz (Germany)
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