von Hacke, of Schweinspoint and Winterburg. Issue. Ref: ISBN: 0521815584 ??Poss. Maria Elisabeth b. ca 1700 who marr., aged 16 in 1716 Joachim von Kleist aged 38. Of Stavenow (bought? 1719). His will dated 1729 credits her with bringing him a 75,000 taler dowry. He received royal grants; an income as nomibnal manager iof two crown estates (Brandenburg) and a prebend as deacon of Pomeranian cathedral chapter Cammin, which alone yielded annual interest on 8,000 talers. In 1714 he inherited a quarter share of the modest Pomeranian parental estate, purchasing another fraternal portion, both of which he later sold to his brother Bernd who retired there in 1724. Frederick William I confered (Xmas 1715) various properties on him near Berlin, ones which had belonged to District Commissioner Cuno vbon Wilmersdorf, who dsp. At his death, Kleist owned the Stavenow lordship debt free, a Potsdam house, and investments held in interest bearing land secured loans tallying 119, 825 talers. He had 16 children all born at the Potsdam house between 1718 and 1735.