Mansuetus Zumbrunnen was the fourth son of Landammann Mansuetus Zumbrunnen and Barbara Aschwanden.
He was the second Zumbrunnen man to have the unusual name Mansuetus.
Mansuetus became involved in the government of Lugano. He was a clerk and chancellor in Lugano.
He was married to Dorothea Imhof von Blumenfeld. She was evidently a relative of Johann Imhof von Blumenfeld who married Mansuetus’s sister Margaretha Zumbrunnen. The exact relationship is unknown; Dorothea and Johann Imhof were not siblings but could have been cousins.
Name: Mansuetus Zumbrunnen
Residence: Altdorf and Bologna
Offices: Chief clerk in Lugano
Death: February 1576
Father: Mansuetus Zumbrunnen
Mother: Barbara Aschwanden
Siblings: Landammann Johann Zumbrunnen III, Erasmus Zumbrunnen, Magdalena Zumbrunnen, Margarita Zumbrunnen, Walter Zumbrunnen, Dorothea Zumbrunnen, Lucretia Zumbrunnen, Kunigunda Zumbrunnen, Hugo David Zumbrunnen, Josue Zumbrunnen
Spouse: Dorothea Imhof von Blumenfeld
Children: Johann Zumbrunnen, Margaretha Zumbrunnen, Dorothea Zumbrunnen
Cousin: Martin Zumbrunnen
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