Müller, Friedrich Theodor Adam Heinrich von

BORN 13 Apr 1779, Kunreuth, Bayern - DIED 21 Oct 1849, Weimar, Thüringen
GRAVE LOCATION Weimar, Thüringen: Historischer Friedhof (Alter Friedhof, Neuer Friedhof, Friedhof vor dem Frauentor), Poseckscher Garten

Friedrich von Müller studied law in Erlangen. When he was 22 years old he entered into civil service in Weimar. In 1804 he was promoted to councillor of the government. After Prussia capitulated to the French near Prenzlau he was sent to negotiate with the French. He succeeded in preserving the independency of the Grand Duchy.

In 1813 he met Napoleon in Erfurt and in 1815 he was appointed State Chancellor of the Duchy. He was known as Kanzler von Müller. He was a friend of Goethe and both the Grand Duke and Grand Duches valued his services. After his death his diaries were published under the title of "Unterhaltungen mit Goethe" ("Conversations with Goethe").

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• was a friend of Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
• met Napoleon I Bonaparte


The grave of Friedrich von Müller at the Friedhof vor dem Frauenturm, Weimar.
Picture by Androom (05 Feb 2005)


• Gorys, Erhard, Thüringen, Artemis Reis- en Cultuurgids, Kok Lyra, Kampen, 1996
Friedrich von Müller (Politiker) – Wikipedia

Müller, Hans Carl

Published: 19 Nov 2017
Last update: 03 Jan 2022