Fischer Von Erlach

Fischer von Erlach:

  • Simon Vischer (before 1598 - 1653, Graz), a bookseller
    • Johann Baptist Fischer (aka Vischer) (1626, Graz - 1702, Graz), a sculptor
      ∞ Anna Maria Erlacher née Khrätschmair (before 1618/17 - 1677)
      • Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, since 1696 a nobility (1656, Graz - 1723), architect
        • Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach (1693, Vienna - 1742), architect, son of Johann Bernhard

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Joseph Emanuel Fischer Von Erlach
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