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Originally appearing in Volume V16, Page 419 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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LENNEP, a town of Germany, in the Prussian Rhine province, 18 m. E. of Dusseldorf, and 9 m. S. of Barmen by rail, at a height of loon ft. above the level of the sea. Pop. (1905) 10,323. It lies in the heart of one of the busiest industrial districts in Germany, and carries on important manufactures of the finer kinds of cloth, wool, yarn and felt, and also of iron and steel goods. It has an Evangelical and a Protestant church, a modern school and a well-equipped hospital. Lennep, which was the residence of the counts of Berg from 1226 to 1300, owes the foundation of its prosperity to an influx of Cologne weavers during the 14th century.
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JACOB VAN LENNEF (1802–1868)

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