Júlia da Silva Bruhns

Júlia da Silva Bruhns

Wife of German Politician

Júlia da Silva Bruhns was the wife of the Lübeck senator and grain merchant Johann Heinrich Mann, and mother of writers Thomas Mann and Heinrich Mann. Júlia, a Roman Catholic, was the daughter of the German farmer Johann Ludwig Herman Bruhns and of Brazilian Maria Luísa da Silva, the daughter of a Portuguese immigrant. Júlia's father owned several sugar cane plantations between Santos and Rio de Janeiro.… Read More

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1851 Birth Born in 1851.


1869 18 Years Old She married Thomas Johann Heinrich Mann in 1869. … Read More


1910 59 Years Old Her two daughters both committed suicide: Carla poisoned herself in 1910, and Lula hanged herself in 1927. … Read More


1923 72 Years Old Died in 1923.
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