Friedrich Gottlob Fleischer
Gottlob Friedrich Thormeyer
Gottlob Friedrich Thormeyer (23 October 1775 - 11 February 1842) was a German representative of neoclassical architecture.
Friedrich Gottlob Haase
Friedrich Gottlob Haase (4 January 1808 – 16 August 1867) was a German classical scholar. He was born in Magdeburg on 4 January 1808.
Friedrich Gottlob Schulze
Friedrich Gottlob Schulze (28 January 1795 – 3 July 1860) was a German economist.
Friedrich Gottlob Keller
Friedrich Gottlob Keller (born June 27, 1816 in Hainichen, Saxony – died September 8, 1895 in Krippen, Saxony ) was a German machinist and inventor, who (at the same time as Charles Fenerty ) invented the wood pulp process for use in papermaking. He is widely known for his wood-cut machine (used for extracting the fibres needed for pulping wood). Unlike Charles Fenerty, F.G. Keller took out a patent for his wood-cut invention.
Friedrich Gottlob Hayne
Friedrich Gottlob Hayne (18 March 1763, Jüterbog – 24 April 1832, Berlin ) was a German botanist, taxonomist, pharmacist and professor.
Karl Friedrich Gottlob Wetzel
Karl Friedrich Gottlob Wetzel (14 September 1779, Bautzen — 29 July 1819, Bamberg ) was a German writer. He studied medicine in Leipzig and Jena, then philosophy.
Friedrich Gottlob Uhlemann
Friedrich Gottlob Uhlemann (26 November 1792 in Zeitz – 19 April 1864) was a German Protestant theologian and educator best known as the author of orientalist grammatical works.