Philipp Schey von Koromla

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Philipp Schey Freiherr von Koromla (20 September 1798 – 26 June 1881) was an Austrian-Hungarian merchant and philanthropist. He was the first Hungarian Jew being elevated into Austrian nobility.[1]

His daughter, Charlotte, was the mother of Hans Leo Przibram.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amtlicher Theil. In: Wiener Zeitung, 24. June 1859, p. 01 (Online at ANNO)Template:ANNO/Maintenance/wrz.
  2. ^ "Ober St. Viet". 1133.at. Retrieved 3 August 2015.