Date of Birth December 17, 1770 (date of baptism) Date of Death March 26, 1827.
Maria Magdalena Keverich was born on December 19, 1746 in Ehrenbreitstein, daughter of Johann Heinrich Keverich and Anna Clara Keverich. Birth of Maria Magdalena Keverich.
Johann van Beethoven was born 14 November 1740 in Bonn, Germany to Lodewijk van Beethoven (1712-1773) and Catharina Maria Josepha Poll (1714-1775) and died 18 December 1792 in Bonn, Germany of unspecified causes.
Maria Magdalena Keverich was from a well-to-do family of merchants, councillors and senators.
Ludwig's first musical instruction came from his father Johann who was said to have been a harsh instructor. Maria Magdalena Keverich was from a well-to-do family of merchants, councillors and senators. Johann van Beethoven was her second husband. He married Maria Magdalena Keverich (1744-1787). Maria Magdalena Keverich was the daughter of Heinrich Keverich, chief overseer of the kitchen at the palace of the Elector of Trèves at Ehrenbreitstein. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. As a girl, Maria Magdalena Keverich worked as a chambermaid in the homes of the wealthy. Although Beethoven's exact birth date is not known, his family celebrated it on December 16. She was described as "rather tall, longish face, a nose somewhat bent, spare, earnest eyes and kind. She was described as "rather tall, longish face, a nose somewhat bent, spare, earnest eyes and kind. Mother of NN Laym; Ludwig Maria van Beethoven; Ludwig van Beethoven; Caspar Anton Carl van Beethoven; Nicolaus Johann van Beethoven and 3 others.
It is this, no doubt, that led her future father-in-law to denigrate her as a chambermaid.
This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. Marriage/Spouse never married. Birth Family Johann van Beethoven and Maria Magdalena Keverich Beethoven. Kaspar Karl van Beethoven (1774-1815) Eldest of Beethoven’s younger brothers, he worked in Vienna’s Finance Department. Two more children followed: a boy, Franz Georg in 1781, who died in 1783 and finally a girl, Maria Margarita Josepha who was born in 1786 and died the following year.
Of the seven children born to Johann van Beethoven, only Ludwig, the second-born, and two younger brothers survived infancy. He did not have a functional home, due to the father figure, who assumed dictatorial attitudes mired in alcoholism. The pair went on to marry and had three children who survived into adulthood – including the great composer, Ludwig van Beethoven. 1759 August 3, 1759. She died on July 17, 1787 in Bonn.
Education Ludwig attended primary school until the age of ten. Maria Magdalena van Beethoven (1746-87) Beethoven's mother. As a girl, Maria Magdalena Keverich worked as a chambermaid in the homes of the wealthy. She was married on November 12, 1767 in Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany to Johann van Beethoven, they had 8 children.
Place of Birth Bonn, Germany.
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