Luyken Family Association

Arnold Röhrig (1875-1949)
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Ludwigshafen, 20.12.2013

Otto Arnold Röhrig, Generation 10, Ref.Nr. 10-106 (BK2288) Branch WB KL

Born: 30.12.1875 in Mirchau Horse Farm near Gdansk (then Germany, now Poland)
Died: 22.10.1949 in Bochum (Germany) (Age: 73 years)

Occupation: Privy mines council and council at the Prussian Ministry for Commerce and Industry in Berlin (Germany),
                   member of the board of Preussag

Father: Ernst Röhrig
Mother: Johanne Luyken

Spouse: Natalie Jaehningen
Married: 18.7.1919 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf (Germany)

Stammbaum Arnold Röhrig

Hendrich Luyken
(ca. 1550-1607)

Hermann Luyken

Johannes Luyken

Daniel I Luyken

Daniel II Luyken

Daniel III Luyken

Arnold Luyken

Hermann Luyken

Johanne Luyken

Arnold Röhrig

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Biography Arnold Röhrig

The son of a farm owner, he studied mining and law in Munich and Berlin. 1899 he was mining pupil, 1930 mining consultant, 1907 mining inspector, 1912 mine director in Zaborze (Upper Silesia). From 1918 on he was council at the Ministry for Commerce and Industry, from 1923 general director of the Preussische Bergwerks- und Hütten-AG (Prussian Mining and Iron Works Inc.) and from 1934 member of the supervisory board of the mine Hibernia Inc. 1935 he became head officer of the Mining Mutual Indemnity Association in Bochum registered in Berlin, of which he was chief executive officer from 1936-1948.

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Picture Gallery Arnold Röhrig

December 1892
Arnold (11th grade),
Ernst (ensign),
Hermann (12th grade)

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Links Arnold Röhrig

Internal links
• Census, family bulletin 1924, page 153 (German)
• Compilation of the Berge branch, family bulletin 1958, page 237 (German)
• Obituary Natalie Jaehningen, family bulletin 1979, page 248 (German)

External links
Entry at "Documets of the Reichskanzlei Weimar Republic" in the Archives of the Federal Republic of Germany (German)
Eintrag in "German Biographicla Enciclopedia" by Rudolf Vierhaus (German)

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