|Jonathan D. Bismarck I|
|Position||Ancestor of the Bismarck Family|
|Born||January 3, 1240|
|Died|| March 3, 1337
Bucharest, Second Bulgarian Empire
|Sons||Jonathan Dragan Bismarck II|
|Daughters||No daughters or unknown|
Jonathan Dragan Bismarck I was born on January 3, 1240, in the Second Bulgarian Empire, to Wolfgang Bismarck, and Christina Dragnea Bismarck. It was documented that he was born in Bucharest. At the time of his youth, the Second Bulgarian Empire was a dominant power in the Balkans, always been defeating the Byzantine Empire in several wars. In 1256, the Bulgarians were no longer a dominant power. He married his wife, Elisabeth Bismarck, a Bulgarian girl, and had one surviving son, Jonathan Dragan Bismarck II. In the spring of 1337, Bismarck died at the impressive age of 97. After his death, Bulgaria was conquered by the Ottoman Empire and way after his death, in 1994, 1995, and 2001, DNA results showed that he had more than one child, they're all deceased because his wife, Elisabeth, was actually his first cousin.
To the Bismarck Family in Romania, although he was famous nor he accomplished anything, he was the first Bismarck to possess the name "Jonathan Dragan". Jonathan Dragan Bismarck I is an important figure for the Bismarck Family. He was forgotten between 1337 to 2005, where he was discovered by new ancestry tracking devices.
See also Edit
Bismarck Family - Family.