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The Bavarian Illuminati was a conspiratorial secret society founded on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt, (b.1748-d.1830), with an original membership of five people, when Adam Weishaupt was Dean of the faculty of law, at the University of Ingolstadt, in Bavaria. The Bavarian Illuminati secret society within a few years would increase in membership to more than two thousand m The Bavarian Illuminati was a conspiratorial secret society founded on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt, (b.1748-d.1830), with an original membership of five people, when Adam Weishaupt was Dean of the faculty of law, at the University of Ingolstadt, in Bavaria. The Bavarian Illuminati secret society within a few years would increase in membership to more than two thousand men. The following genealogy lines trace the ancestry of several notable Bavarian Illuminati of the late eighteenth century, of noble lineage, descending from his earliest known ancestor, in a strictly male line, along with the names of wives and the parents of the wives, if known. These genealogy lines are mostly derived from a primary standard genealogy source, and a secondary genealogy source, although there are occasionally some conjectural additions or modifications or corrections to the primary standard genealogy, either from the secondary genealogy source, or newly introduced here by the present author.


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The Bavarian Illuminati was a conspiratorial secret society founded on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt, (b.1748-d.1830), with an original membership of five people, when Adam Weishaupt was Dean of the faculty of law, at the University of Ingolstadt, in Bavaria. The Bavarian Illuminati secret society within a few years would increase in membership to more than two thousand m The Bavarian Illuminati was a conspiratorial secret society founded on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt, (b.1748-d.1830), with an original membership of five people, when Adam Weishaupt was Dean of the faculty of law, at the University of Ingolstadt, in Bavaria. The Bavarian Illuminati secret society within a few years would increase in membership to more than two thousand men. The following genealogy lines trace the ancestry of several notable Bavarian Illuminati of the late eighteenth century, of noble lineage, descending from his earliest known ancestor, in a strictly male line, along with the names of wives and the parents of the wives, if known. These genealogy lines are mostly derived from a primary standard genealogy source, and a secondary genealogy source, although there are occasionally some conjectural additions or modifications or corrections to the primary standard genealogy, either from the secondary genealogy source, or newly introduced here by the present author.

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