Fastrada b. 765 d. August 10, 794 Frankish Queen. Fourth wife of Charlemagne She married the 22 years older Charles in the summer of 783. She had great influence upon her husband. She gave birth to two daughters, who both became abbesses. She accompanied Charles to a synod in Frankfurt where she died. Her body was brought to Mainz. (Bio by: Lutetia) Saint Alban Church, Mainz, Mainzer Stadtkreis, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Kellner (Kellner), Friedrich (August Friedrich) b. February 1, 1885 d. November 4, 1970 German Politician, Diarist. August Friedrich Kellner was a justice inspector in Germany. As a political organizer for the Social Democratic Party, he campaigned against Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. Kellner recorded his observations of the Nazi regime in a secret diary that he titled, "Mein Widerstand," meaning "My Opposition." After the war Kellner became the regional chairman of the Social Democratic Party. In 1968 he gave the diary to his American grandson, Dr. Robert Scott Kellner, to...[Read More] (Bio by: Robert Scott Kellner) Hauptfriedhof Mainz, Mainz, Mainzer Stadtkreis, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Plot: Urn Grove, Block 3, Field 4, Row 1, Grave 007
Parsa, Nasrat b. February 22, 1969 d. May 8, 2005 Afghan Singer. He was born in Kabul and died in Vancouver. He began his career in Afghanistan and later moved to Pakistan and India. He later found great success after moving to Germany. He released several albums such as "Darga," "Live In Germany," "Hindi Songs," "Naaz" and "Dil," his last work. He died after being pushed down a flight of stairs by a group of intoxicated men. (Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni) Lemmchen Waldfriedhof, Mombach, Mainzer Stadtkreis, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Volk, Cardinal. Hermann b. December 27, 1903 d. July 1, 1988 Roman Catholic Cardinal. The son of an upholsterer, Hermann Volk received his early education in his native Steinheim and Hanau before entering seminary in Mainz. Furthering his studies at the universities of Münster and Fribourg, Switzerland, obtaining doctorates in philosophy, he was ordained priest on April 27, 1927 in Mainz. Chaplain in Alzey and St. Ignaz, assistant in the vicariate of St. Paul in Offenbach und St. Rufus in Gau-Odernheim and vicar and later pastor in Nidda, he was...[Read More] (Bio by: Eman Bonnici) Saint Martin's Cathedral, Mainz, Mainzer Stadtkreis, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Plot: Bischofsgruft des Mainzer Doms, Beside Bishop Wolfgang Rolly.