Mathias Jakesch is listed twice, once as "Ziehsohn", "Bruders Sohn" and "Instrumentenmachergesell von Frauenfels in Mähren", once as "Bruders Sohn Instrumentenmachergesell mittl. Then follow Ignaz ("Angenommen"), Anna Franziska ("Ziehtochter"), Martin ("Anverwandter in d Lehr bey Militär gestorb[en] in Italien"), Franz ("d[etto] in d Lehr"), Apolonia ("in d Kost") and what seems to be a Veronica Jakesch.
The years of birth of some children prove that Gräffer's information concerning the age of the youngest child was correct.
His marriage contract shows that he was unable to even write his name.
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Born in the area of Brno, he came to Vienna as a poor apprentice carpenter.
He was industrious, frugal, God-fearing and righteous; he learned the art of piano making, excelled in his craft, received many orders.
His second wife was the widow Elisabeth Fingerl, a sister of the capellmeister Johann Georg Lickl.
The marriage turned out to be a disaster and when Jakesch's second wife died on 24 March 1815, the couple had already separated and was on the brink of getting divorced.
But this encyclopedia is only available in few libraries outside of Austria and it is rarely taken into account by musicologists, because of the huge number of errors it contains.
The entry concerning Mathias Jakesch's christening at St.
1783 in Loschin (Moravia)": "Loschin in Moravia" as Jakesch's place of birth is given on several web sites. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies at San José State University acquired an original Jakesch piano from 1827 which is presented on the Center's homepage as follows. Brilliant Center's presentation of Mathias Jakesch's 1827 piano, giving "Loschin near Brno" as Jakesch's place of birth.
Contrary to the information on this page Jakesch's uncle Johann was not born in 1763, but in 1755. On the American Beethoven Society's website we read: "A piano and organ maker, Mathias Jakesch was born around 1783 in Loschin near Brno, Moravia. He lived in Vienna auf der Wieden, Kirchengasse 182." There is one small problem with Mathias Jakesch's supposed place of birth: a Moravian village named "Loschin" does not exist.
As far as his serious duty as a Christian was concerned, he did not fail and showed himself to be noble and generous.
Worthy of praiseful recognition and everlasting memory, as a shining example for many well-off family members is the following feature: His brother, a poor fellow, died in Moravia.
Mathias Jakesch's younger siblings were orphaned in 1809, when their parents died within five days.