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Wrangel family

Wrangel (sometimes transliterated as Wrangell or Vrangel, from the Russian Вра́нгель) is a Baltic German noble family, included in Swedish, Russian, Spanish and Prussian nobility. Its earliest known ancestor is the knight Eilardus (1241†).

Notable members

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External links

Baensch, Henry von (1887). ]History of the von Wrangel family from 1250 to the present [Geschichte der Familie von Wrangel vom Jahre 1250 bis auf die Gegenwart (in German). Adamant Media Corporation.

 

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