Johann Helfrich Hast IUD
Johann Helfrich (Helfricus) Hast was born in Hatxfeld, Germany om January 17, 1654. His Godfather was Johannes Cloß Bürger, His Godmother was Anna Susanna, Nurse to Dodenau. His Confirmation was in 1665.
Johann Helfrich Hast IUD was a Regional Advocat Syndicus des Hauses Schffenberg. (Administrator for the Shiffenberg Monastery).
Johann attended the University of Giessen. he is mentioned in the universty's catalog, Die Dissertationen und Habilitationsschriften der Universitat Gießen. catalog
On page 206 is Johann's entry:
Hast, Joh. Helfrich (Hatzfelda-Hassus)
Dissertatio inauguralis de cautelis contractuum.
Giessae Hass. 20. Dez. 1683: Karger. (4), 64 S. 4°
pro summis in u. j. honoribus obtinendis
This is the record of his Thesis for his doctorate, published December 20, 1683. Thesis
|Hatzfelda-Hassus was the town he was from. it is now called Hatzfeld / Elder, CIP code 31556|
His first wife, Anna Gertraud Kornacker was christened around 1663 and died September 8, 1697.
They were married on
10/20/1684 at Hungen (Kr.Giessen), Hessen, Germany.
They had 5 children. Christened Died
Johann Wilhelm Hast (stud. 1707) 1688
Anna Maria Hast 7/15/1689
Johann Rudolf Hast 1/11/1691 1/3/1757
Phillip Ludwig Hast 12/29/1693
Johann Daniel Hast 8/9/1697
After the lose of his wife, Johann Helfrich Hast remarried. He married Anna Maria Stumpf. Her father was Metropolit i. Nidda D. Stumpf.
They had 6 more children. Christened Died
Gregorius Friedrich Hast 9/23/1700
Sophie Elisabeth Hast 12/23/1701 10/31/1702
Sophie Margrethe Hast 1702 3/16/1706
Johann Gottfried Hast 7/20/1703
Justina Henrica Hast 2/20/1705 1/16/1773
Johanna Elisabetha Hast 2/23/1707
Here is a document I found on the Web that mentioned Johann Helfrich Hast. He is mentioned in number 353. What is interesting is that he was called Dr. Johann Helfrich Hast. document
Advot. = Advotatus, advocatus = "Vogt" = reeve ?
Procurator = Stellvertreter = representative (?) of
a person, in this case of the advotatus
so You may say Vice Administrator.
IUlic may be "IU" "ius utrumque". Ius means "law" and
"utrum" means "both", i.e. roman and canonical law,
and "lic = licentiatus" is an academic title.
The same may hold for IUD = ius utrumque doctor