Jelling kirke, Gorms grav

Jelling kirke, Gorms grav
Jelling kirke, Gorms grav

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Ancestral Lines I-VI

 






Ancestral Line I.

1. g.:
Christoffer II (b.1276,d.1332) had according to a legend which truth is not doubted (efter et Sagn, hvis Rigtighed ikke drages i Tvivl'; Adelsårbogen; Grandjean: 'Dansk Heraldik) with a lady of the old nobility-family Lunge (V) a daughter Regitze (II) and a son Erik. The coat of arms of the two siblings had a walking blue lion across two beams in a gold field and upon the helmet a half blue lion. The lion referring to the coat of arms of their royal father.

2. g.:
Erik Christoffersen (Løvenbalk), owned according to Gjessing Aunsbjerg , d. ab. 1328, the forefather of the family Løvenbalk, m. to NN

3. g.:
Niels Eriksen Løvenbalk of Aunsbjerg, lived in 1377, maybe still in 1396., m. to Sofie Johansdatter Rantzau, b. ab. 1340 in Holstein, d. after 1367, daughter of the Holstein knight hr. Johan Rantzau.

4. g.:
Jens Nielsen Løvenbalk of Aunsbjerg , mentioned often 1390-1430, d. 1438. Landsdommer (High court Judge) 1396-1426. 1) m. to Ellen Pedersdatter Munk, d. of hr. Peder Munk of Holbækgård at Randers Fjord; 2) m. to NN. Hr. Jens Nielsen and wife were buried in Gråbrødrekirkens kapel i Viborg. (kap. 8).

5. g.:
Marine Jensdatter Løvenbalk , from first marriage, m. to Jens Kaas of Kaas (ment.1408-29). The forefather of this family with a (Sparre) chevron in their coat of arms was hr. Niels Lendi (ment.1292-1307), whose daughter Margrethe was m. to hr. Anders Stigsen Hvide of Møllerup
( III). Niels Lendi's son was hr. Jens Nielsen of Kaas (ment.1302-25) ; his son Jens Kaas (ment.1333-45) ; his son Jens Kaas (1360-86); his son Nisse Kaas still lived in 1408 and was the father of Jens Kaas, m. to Marine Jensdatter Løvenbalk. The family Kaas is mentioned in an old document of the by-names of the nobility-families as "de grimme Kaaser" (means both ugly and bad ). The coat of arms of the Jutland nobility-family Kaas ("Sparre-Kaas"): A red chevron upon white. Upon the helmet two vesselhorn (ram's horn ) cut across red/white; white/red, every decorated with 3-6 peacock-feathers. At present time also a peacock's feather between the horns.

6. g.:
Hr. Niels Kaas of Kaas and Taarupgård (ment. 1466, d. ab. 1490), rigsråd and landsdommer.(Councellor of State and High Court Judge); 1) m. to Ellen Pedersdatter Skram, d. of hr. Peder Skram of Urup and Voldbjerg, (ment. 1429, d.1470) and second wife Anne Nielsdatter Banner
( V). Peder Skram was a son of hr. Christiern Skram of Mattrup and Voldbjerg. - In Niels Kaas' marriage to Ellen Pedersdatter Skram was among other children the son Niels Kaas, who became the ancestral father of the Kaas-family of Ørndrup and Jølbygård at Mors.

7. g.:
Jens Kaas of Taarupgård, Volstrup and Votborg at Mors, (ment.1477-1519), m. to Edel Lagesdatter Saltensee of Staarupgård. Her forefathers from her great-grandfather were:
a) Lage Grummesen Saltensee, ment. in Ørum in Fjends herred 1360. Son: b) Hr. Jep Lagesen Saltensee of Staarupgård (ment. 1377-1410), m. to Edel Christiernsdatter Munk from an old family with a Mursnit (brickwork) in their coat of arms, of Koustrup in Thy. Son: c) Lage Jepsen Saltensee of Staarupgård (ment.1401-38), m. to Ide Iversdatter Juel of Daubjergård, from the family Juel with a star in their coat of arms, a daughter of Iver Juel of Øgelstrup and Astrup, (ment. 1421,d. 1468) and first wife Mette Lauridsdatter Hvas of Ormstrup, whose mother was a Strangesen. Iver Juels father was rigsråd Jens Pallesen Juel of Øgelstrup (ment. 1410-28), m. to Karen Christiernsdatter Fasti.

8. g.:
Niels Kaas of Tårupgård and Stårupgård, ment. 1505, d. 1535, m. to Anna Bjørnsdatter Bjørn, d. 1540. About the family Bjørn see III.

Their youngest son was chancellor Niels Kaas of Tårupgård. Niels Kaas (1535-94) was the leader of the Councellor government, which took over the management, when Frederik II died at Antvorskov 4/2-1588, since the son Christian IV was only 11 years old the week after his father's death. Kaas became the king's chancellor in 1570 just before the Nordic Seven Year's war ended. He replaced Johan Friis. Niels Kaas took over (officially) the office as chancellor in 1573. He was a learned man, who contrarily to Johan Friis and rigshofmesteren Peder Oxe was not that standsbevidst (= he was not a snob). He was not interested in personal advantages either, like grabbing estate. Christoffer Valkendorf became rentemester (economy). The regency managed wisely Denmark and Norway, kept peace with all neighbours, saved instead of starting a lot of things, enlarged the navy, and Niels Kaas had a reputation of being honest, loyal and of a high moral standard. He was also titled arch dean in Roskilde. He died in 1594, 69 years old.

The eldest son was:
9. g.:
Bjørn Kaas of Stårugård, Tybjerggård at Sjælland, Bjersøholm in Skåne, Vorgård in East Himmerland, and three farms in northeast Vendsyssel: Vangkær, Kjærsgård and Ellingholm with Strandbylund. (1518-81). Served the king in war and peace , was a lensmand (vasal) at Vordingborg, Helsingborg, Malmøhus and Bygholm, is buried in Højslev kirke's chapel, where is a large stone with portrait figures of him and his wife Christence Nielsdatter Rotfeld, with whom he was married in 1554.

10. g.:
Jens Bjørnsen Kaas of Strandbylund, Ellingholm, etc. d. ab. 1618, m. to Birthe Mouridsdatter

11. g.:
Anne Jensdatter Kaas (1586-1649), m. to borgmester (mayor) Niels Ifversen (Ferslev) in Aalborg (1545-d. 23/12-1617) epitafium in Budolfi kirke in Aalborg.

12. g.:
Gertrud Nielsdatter Ferslev, b. 1606, m. to priest Peder Jacobsen Holm in Aaby (o.1586-1636), a son of bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg and a sønnedattersøn (son's daughter's son)of Thøger Jensen Løvenbalk in Viborg.

13. g.:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm (ab.1630-77), m. to provst (rural dean) Rudbek Christensen Humble in Vrejlev (1616-73), son of provst Christen Pedersen in Humble (d.1624), from the Langeland-nobility-family Ulfsax.

14. g.:
Ida Rudbeksdatter Humble b. ab. 1650, m. to forpagter (lessee) Laurids Nielsen Beck (1646-1712), a descendant of Skipper Klement (d.1536), and of Peter von Achen (d.1598) and guldsmed (goldsmith) Gert Hermans in Aalborg (kap. 7)

15. g.:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck (1677-1761), m. to Niels Pedersen in Råsted (d. 1734) ( kap. 6)

16. g.:
Ida Nielsdatter (ab. 1710-1780),owner of Galtrupgård, m. to sognedegn (parish teacher) Sejer Olesen Leth in Galtrup - Øster Jølby (1711-1760) owner of Jølbygård and Filtenborg (kap. 5)

17. g.:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter (1734-77), m. to selvejermøller (mill-owner) Christen Christensen Boll (1725-91) in Lødderup)

18. g.:
Villads Christensen (b. 27/4-1772, d. 5/12-1828), m. 22/7-1791 to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård (b. 1769, d. 7/7- 1829)

19. g.:
Maren Villadsdatter (b. 15/12-1793, d. 20/8-1853) m. 3/7-1814 to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup (b.ab. 1783 i Elsø, d. 26/6-1852)

20. g.:
Ingeborg Andersdatter (b. 15/4-1818, d. 4/7-1902) m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle in Lødderup (b. 1817, d. 2/4- 1860).

21. g.: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, owner of tilework, sawmill and timberyard in Nymølle;( b. in Ørding 23/9-1844, d. in Nymølle 30/9-1917), m. 8/10 1881 to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam, (b. 3/3-1861 in Rødding in Salling, d. in Rødding 21/9-1925).

22. g.: my parents:
Jens and Sidsel's youngest son: Peter Christensen Møller, (b. 20/5-1904 in Nymølle, d. Oct. 1973 in Århus) m. 10/5 1931 to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen (b. 20/8 1907 in Veggerslev at Grenå, d. 20/8-2002 in Århus)


Ancestral Line II

1. g.:

Christoffer II ( 1276, d.1332) with a lady of the nobility-family Lunge (see I)

2. g.:
Regitze Christoffersdatter, m. to Peder Stigsøn Krognos of Krabberup at Kullen (n. 1354-65) from an ancient skånsk (Scania) - family, a son of Stig Pedersøn Krognos of Togæthorp (ment. 1327, d. 1353), who was a son of Peder Holgersøn. 2 of Regitze's sons were killed in 1359 in Middelfart together with Niels Bugge.

In Danmarks Adels Årbog 1906, page 492, is a change in the genealogical table in Danmark Adels Årbog 1893, page 272; in 1906 is pointed out that Gregers Pedersen Krognos from chronological reasons impossibly can be a son of Peder Stigsøn Krognos and Regitze Christoffersdatter Løvenbalk, but that he is a father's brother of Peder Stigsøn Krognos, i.e. that he was a brother of Peder's father Stig Pedersen Krognos.

Regitze and Peder had the son Stig Pedersen Krognos, who was married to Eva Olufsdatter Godov (a Holstein family). Their son was Oluf Stigsen Krognos the Rich (d. 1426) , who was married to Ellen Axelsdatter Thott, (d. 1421) , who was a daughter of Axel Pedersen Thott of Herlev and Katarina Axelsdatter Krognos, so now we are both in the family Thott and Krognos; the family Thott is also in the ancestral line IV, where Christence Axelsdatter Thott (ment. 1419), who was a daughter of Axel Jepsen Thott of Sørup and Else Christiernsdatter Vendelbo, was married to hr. Oluf Andersen Lunge of Odden. (ment. 1420-73) (see ancestral line V).

But the line back to hr. Gregers Pedersen Krognos is still intact, so I'll continue as it is in the old family-book:

3. g.:

Hr. Gregers Pedersen Krognos of Vidskøfle, who is mentioned in 1355 and was killed in a rebellion against king Valdemar.

4. g.:
Hr. Holger Gregersen Krognos of Hejreholm and Vidskøfle (mentioned 1355-81), was assassinated by a servant. Hr. Holger was 2. time married to Karen Eriksdatter Saltensee, and in this marriage was:

5. g.:
Else Holgersdatter Krognos (1379-1470), 1) m. to Hr. Anders Ovesen Hvide of Møllerup and Eskebjerg, d.ab.1420, whose great-grandfather was Marsk Stig (see III). They had among others 2 daughters:

6. g.:
Margrethe Andersdatter Hvide, d. 1449, m. to Jakim Bjørnsen of Stensgård, (see III) she was the great-grandmother of Bjørn Kaas (see I 9.g.) Son:

7. g.:
Rigsråd (Councellor of State) hr. Anders Jakimsen of Vorgård in East Himmerland (ment. 1449, d. 1490), m. to Anne Lauridsdatter Mus of Stenalt, which had been owned by her parents and grandparents. Is buried in Ørsted kirke (near Randers).

8. g.:
The son Bjørn Andersen of Stenalt (ment.1490-1507), m. to Anne Henriksdatter Friis (see V). Bjørn Andersen was an accessary in the killing of rigshofmester (master of the court) Poul Laxmand at Højbro in Copenhagen. Daughter:

9. g.:
Anne Bjørnsdatter, d. 1540, m. to Niels Kaas of Staarupgård and Taarupgård, (ment. 1505, d. 1535) (see I 8.g.)

10. g.:
Bjørn Kaas of Staarupgård etc. etc.(see I 9.g.) (1518-81), m. to Christence Nielsdatter
Rotfeld.

11. g.:
Jens Bjørnsen Kaas of Strandbylund, d.o. 1618, m. to Berthe Mouridsdatter

12. g.:
Anne Jensdatter Kaas, (1586-1649), m. to mayor in Aalborg Niels Ifversen (Ferslev) (1545-1617).

13. g.:
Gertrud Nielsdatter Ferslev, b. 1606, m. to parish priest in Aaby Peder Jacobsen Holm, (ab. 1586-1636), son of bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg and a son's daughter's son of broder Thøger Jensen Løvenbalk in Viborg (see V)

14. g.:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm (ab.1630-77), m. to provst (rural dean) Rudbek Christensen Humble in Vrejlev (1616-73), son of provst Christen Pedersen in Humble (d. 1624) from the Langeland-nobility-family Ulfsax.

15. g.:
Ida Rudbecksdatter Humble (b.o. 1650)., m. to forpagter (lessee) Laurids Nielsen Beck (1646-1712), a descendant of Skipper Klement (d. 1536) and Peter van Achen (d. 1598) and guldsmed (goldsmith)Gert Hermans in Aalborg (kap. 7)

16. g.:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck (1677-1761), m. to Niels Pedersen in Råsted (d. 1734) (kap. 6)

17. g.:
Ida Nielsdatter (ab. 1710-1780), owner of Galtrupgård, m. to parish teacher Sejer Olesen Leth in Galtrup - Øster Jølby (1711-1760) owner of Jølbygård and Filtenborg (kap. 5)

18. g.:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter (1734-77), m. to selvejermøller (mill-owner) Christen Christensen Boll (1725-91) in Vestermølle in Lødderup.

19. g.:
Villads Christensen (27/4-1772, d. 5/12-1828), m. 22/7-1791 to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård (b. 1769, d. 7/6-1829).

20. g.:
Maren Villadsdatter (b. 15/12-1793, d. 20/8-1853), m. 3/7 1814 to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup (b. ab. 1783 in Elsø, d. 26/6-1852)

21. g.:
Ingeborg Andersdatter (b. 1574-1818, d. 4/7 1902), m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle in Lødderup (b. 1817, d. 2/4 1860).

22. g.: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, owner of tileworks, sawmill and timberyards in Nymmølle in Nymølle in Salling, (b. 23/9-1844 in Ørding, d. 30/9 1917 in Nymølle), m. 8/10 1881 to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam (b. 3/3-1861 in Rødding in Salling, d. 21/9-1925 in Rødding)

23. g.: my parents:
Peter Christensen Møller, (b. 20/5-1904 in Nymølle in Salling, d. Oct. 1973 in Århus) m. 10/5 1931 to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen (b. 20/8-1907 in Veggerslev at Grenå, d. 20/8-2002 in Århus)

and the other daughter of Else Holgersdatter Krognos and Anders Ovesen Hvide:
6. g. a:
Inger Andersdatter Hvide, m. to Joakim Hermansen Flemming of Knudstrup (see IV), and via the daughter Anna Joakimsdatter Flemming (see I 6.g.a) great-grandmother of broder Thøger.
7. g. a:
Anna Joakimsdatter Flemming, m. to Laurids Mogensen Løvenbalk
8. g. a:
Jens Lauridsen Løvenbalk, (kap. 8)
9. g. a:
Bishop
Peder Thøgersen in Viborg, m. to Margrethe Jensdatter
10.g. a:
Else Pedersdatter, m. to bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg.
11. g. a:
Peder Jacobsen Holm, m. to Gertrud Nielsdatter Ferslev.
12. g. a:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm, m. to provst Rudbek Christensen Humble
13. g. a:
Ida Rudbecksdatter Humble, m. to Laurids Nielsen Beck
14. g. a:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck, m. to Niels Pedersen i Råsted.
15. g. a:
Ida Nielsdatter, m. to parish teacher Sejer Olesen leth
16. g. a:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter, m. to Christen Christensen Boll
17. g. a:
Villads Christensen, m. to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård
18. g. a:
Maren Villadsdatter, m. to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup
19. g. a:
Ingeborg Andersdatter, m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle
20. g. a:
my grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, m. to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam
21. g. a:
my parents:
Jens and Sidsel's youngest son: Peter Christensen Møller, m. to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen

Ancestral Line III

1. g.:
Marsk Stig Andersen, ment. from 1275, d. 1293 at his castle at (the island) Hjelm, outlawed because of the regicide in Finderup Lade. He owned Tygestrup, Eskebjerg, Møllerup, Bjørnholm and Bjørnkjær, according to a legend buried at night by his men in Stubberup kirke near Eskebjerg. The descendants named themselves Hvide , although nothing specific is known about his descendance from the Hvide-family; they had another coat of arms. He was married thrice: 1) Ossa Nielsdatter, who was a son's daughter's daughter's daughter of Skjalm Hvide's son's son Toke Ebbesen. 2) Ingeborg Palnesdatter. 3) a daughter of drost hr. Offe Nielsen Neb, whose mother's mother's paternal grandfather was Skjalm Hvide's son's son Sune Ebbesen, whose father Ebbe Skjalmsen (d. 1150) is the ancestral father of the family Galen. Sune Ebbesen of Kandrup (d. 1186) was also the father of bishop Peder Sunesen and archbishop Andreas Sunesen.

2. g.:
Hr. Anders Stigsen (Hvide) of Tygestrup, Møllerup and Bjørnholm (ment. 1304-1318) meant to be from the third marriage - and a descendant from Skjalm Hvide via his mother. His wife was Margrethe Nielsdatter Lendi (see I 5. g.) 2 of the sons were:


1) Offe Andersen (Hvide) of Torup (ment.1342-50). His son was hr. Anders Offesen of Torup and Randrup (ment.1347-95), m. to Johanne Jensdatter Lunge. Their daughter was Christine Andersdatter of Torup , m. to hr. Svend Udsøn (of Sostrup)(see I 5. g. a.) and:

3. g.:

Hr. Stig Andersen (Hvide) (the Young) of Tygestrup, Møllerup, Bjørnholm, Bistrup and Stenalt (ment. from 1325, d. 1369), m. to Tove Andersdatter. They are buried in Ørsted kirke. (near Randers) . For a period he was Grev Gert's Marsk, later i.e. statholder (ruler of State) in Estland. (Estonia) His son:

4. g.:
Hr. Offe Stigsen (Hvide) of Eskebjerg was killed in Middelfart 1359 together with Niels Bugge and several others. M. to Marine Munk, a daughter of hr. Johannes Palnesen Munk of Sønder Elkær, who was m. to Gunner Aagesdatter.

5. g.:
Anders Offesen (Ovesen) (Hvide) of Møllerup and Eskebjerg, d.o. 1420, m. to Else Holgersdatter Krognos (1379-1470) (see II 5.g.) Two daughters were:

6. g.:
1) Inger Andersdatter Hvide, m. to Joakim Hermansen Flemming, (see II 6.g.a)
2) Margrethe Andersdatter Hvide, d. 1449, m. to Jakim Bjørnsen of Stensgård (ment.1427, d. 1467). The first known ancestral father of the family Bjørn with a bear's paw in their coat of arms is Oluf Bjørnsen of Stensgård (ment. 1310), great-grandfather of Jakim Bjørnsen. Son:

7. g.:
Rigsråd (councellor of State) hr. Anders Jakimsen of Vorgård in East Himmerland (ment. 1449, d. 1490), m. to Anne Lauridsdatter Mus of Stenalt, which her parents and grandparents had owned. Is buried in Ørsted kirke( near Randers.)

8. g.:
The son Bjørn Andersen of Stenalt (ment. 1490-1507), m. to Anne Henriksdatter Friis (se V). Bjørn Andersen was in 1502 an accessary in the killing of rigshofmesteren ( master of court) Poul Laxmand at Højbro in Copenhagen. Daughter:

9. g.:
Anne Bjørnsdatter, d. 1540, m. to Niels Kaas (see I 8.g.)

10. g.:
Bjørn Kaas of Staarupgård etc. etc. (1518-81), m. to Christence Nielsdatter Rotfeld. (see I 9.g)

11. g.:
Jens Bjørnsen Kaas of Strandbylund (ab.1548-1618), m. to Berthe Mouridsdatter.

12. g.:
Anne Jensdatter Kaas (1586-1649), m. to mayor in Aalborg Niels Ifversen (Ferslev)(1545-1617)

13. g.:
Gertrud Nielsdatter Ferslev, b. 1606, m. to priest Peder Jacobsen Holm in Aaby (ab.1586-1636) son of bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg and a son's daughter's son of broder Thøger Jensen Løvenbalk in Viborg.

14. g.:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm (ab.1630-77), m. to provst (rural dean) Rudbek Christensen Humble in Vrejlev (1616-73), son of provst Christen Pedersen in Humble (d. 1624) from the Langeland-nobility-family Ulfsax.

15. g.:
Ida Rudbecksdatter Humble (b.o. 1650) m. to forpagter (lessee) Laurids Nielsen Beck (1646-1712), a descendant of Skipper Klement (d. 1536) and Peter van Achen (d. 1598) and guldsmed (goldsmith) Gert Hermans in Aalborg (kap. 7)

16. g.:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck (1677-1761), m. to Niels Pedersen i Råsted (d. 1734) (kap. 6)

17. g.:
Ida Nielsdatter (ab. 1710-1780),owner of Galtrupgård, m. to parish teacher Sejer Olesen Leth in Gattrup - Øster Jølby (1711-1760) owner of Jølbygård and Filtenborg (kap. 5)

18. g.:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter (1734 - 77), m. to mill-owner Christen Christensen Boll (1725-91) in Vestermølle in Lødderup.

19. g.:
Villads Christensen (b. 27/4-1772, d. 5/12-1828), m. 22/7-1791 to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård(b. 1769, d. 7/6-1829)

20. g.:
Maren Villadsdatter(b. 15/12-1793, d. 20/8-1853), m. 3/7 1814 to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup (b. ab. 1783 i Elsø, d. 26/6-1852)

21. g.:
Ingeborg Andersdatter( b. 15/4-1818, d. 4/7 1902), m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle in Lødderup (b. 1817, d. 2/4 1860)

22. g.: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, owner of tileworks, sawmill and timberyards in Nymølle in Salling, (b. 23/9 1844 in Ørding, d. 30/9 1917 in Nymølle) m. 8/10 1881 to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam (b. 3/3 1861 in Rødding in Salling, d. 21/9 1925 in Rødding)

23. g.: my parents:
Jens and Sidsel's youngest son: Peter Christensen Møller, (b. 20/5 1904 in Nymølle in Salling, d. Oct 1973 i Århus) m. 10/5 1931 to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen, (b. 20/8-1907 in Veggerslev at Grenå, d. 20/8-2002 in Århus).


Ancestral Line IV

1. g.:
Niels Bugge of Hald (ment.1340-1359), owned Nørre Vosborg, Spøttrup, Estrup, Aastrup, Lundholm, Støvringgård and Rolstrup at Mors. Wellknown from history of that period, probably he was the mother's brother of Niels Ebbesen, since Niels Bugge's sister Bege Bugge was m. to Ebbe Strangesen. After a meeting in Nyborg at Christmas-time 1359 Niels Bugge was killed together with others (see II) (see III)) in Middelfart by some fishermen.
Niels Bugge was a son of ridder Bugge Nielsen of Hegnet (ment.1332), acc. to an old folk song killed at Lyby church in a fight with Brune Erik Banner of Elkær, who was also killed in that fight. Bugge Nielsen was married to a daughter of Niels Eriksen Gyldenstjerne of Aagård (ment. 1314), his father was rigsråd Niels Bugge (ment. 1302). Niels Bugge of Hald was married twice: 1) to Lisbeth Juul, a daughter of marsk Palne Jonsen Juul of Støvringgård and wife Elne Nielsdatter Lendi of Troldorp. 2) Ingeborg Vendelbo, a daughter of drost Peder Vendelbo.

2. g.: a daughter of Niels Bugge's 1. marriage was:
Ellen Bugge of Støvringgård, d. 1406, m. to marsk hr. Christiern Vendelbo, d.1399, owner of Truidsholm, king Valdemar's good support as chief at Skanderborg.

3. g.:
Else Christiernsdatter Vendelbo (ment.1442), m. to Axel Jepsen Thott of Sørup (ment.1401-07) from an ancient Skåne-family, who was said to descend from Thord Thott, who was baptized in 1085, but however was buried with his forefathers in Keflinge Høj. Axel Thott's ancestral line is: Tord Aagesen Thott of Løddekøbing (ment.1283-88). Son: Aage Tordsen Thott. Son: hr. Absalon Aagesen Thott of Herlev (ment. 1343). Son: rigsråd hr. Jep Axelsen Thott of Sørup (ment.1366-1405), m.to Margrethe Bondesdatter Due. Their son is Axel Jepsen Thott,. m.to Else Vendelbo.

4. g.:
Christence Axelsdatter Thott (ment. 1419), m.to hr. Oluf Andersen Lunge of Odden ( V), was thus a great great grandmother of Anna Bjørnsdatter ( II ancestral line 8.g. and continuing here)

5. g.:
Hr. Oluf Olufsen Lunge of Odden (ment. 1469-73), m. to Karen Nielsdatter Banner.

6. g.:
Anne Olufsdatter Lunge of Odden, m. to Henrik Friis of Stolliggård in Løjt parish, which his great grandfather Niels Friis owned in 1361. Henrik Friis was in 1474 vasal at Aalborghus and 1480-83 vasal at Sejlstrup.

7. g.:
Anne Henriksdatter Friis of Odden (d.1542), m. to Bjørn Andersen Bjørn of Stenalt ( III 8.g.)

8. g.:
Anna Bjørnsdatter (d. 1540), m. to Niels Kaas of Stårupgård and Tårupgård, (d.1535) ( I 8.g.)

9. g.:
Bjørn Kaas of Stårupgård etc. etc. (1518-81) ( I 9.g.) , m. to Christence Nielsdatter Rotfeld.

10. g.:
Jens Bjørnsen Kaas in Strandbylund (ab. 1548-1618), m. to Berthe Mouridsdatter.

11. g.:
Anne Jensdatter Kaas, (1586-1649), m. to mayor Niels Ifversen (Ferslev) in Aalborg (1545-1617)

12. g.:
Gertrud Nielsdatter Ferslev, b. 1606, m. to priest Peder Jacobsen Holm in Aaby (ab.1586-1636), son of bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg and a son's daughter's son of broder Thøger Jensen Løvenbalk i Viborg.

13. g.:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm (ab.1630-77), m. to rural dean Rudbek Christensen Humble in Vrejlev (1616-73), son of rural dean Christen Pedersen in Humble (d. 1624), from the Langeland nobility-family Ulfsax.

14. g.:
Ida Rudbecksdatter Humble, b. ab. 1650, m. to lesee Laurids Nielsen Beck, (1646-1712), a descendant of Skipper Klement (d. 1536) , Peter von Achen (d. 1598) and goldsmith Gert Hermans in Aalborg (kap. 7)

15. g.:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck (1677-1761), m. to Niels Pedersen in Råsted (d.1734) ( kap. 6)

16. g.:
Ida Nielsdatter (ab.1710-1780),owner of Galtrupgård, m. to parish teacher Sejer Olesen Leth in Galtrup-Øster Jølby ,owner of Jølbygård and Filtenborg. (1711-1760) ( kap. 5)

17. g.:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter (1734-77), m. to mill-owner Christen Christensen Boll (1725-91) in Vestermølle in Lødderup.

18. g.:
Villads Christensen (27/4-1772 - 5/12-1828), married 22/7 1791 to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård, (b. 1769, d. 7/6-1829)

19. g.:
Maren Villadsdatter (b. 15/12-1793, d. 20/8-1853) married 3/7 1814 to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup (b. ab. 1783 in Elsø, d. 26/6-1852).

20. g.:
Ingeborg Andersdatter(b. 15/4-1818, d. 4/7 1902) m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle in Lødderup (b. 1817, d. 2/4.-1860)

21. g.: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, owner of tilework, sawmill and timberyard in Nymølle;( b. in Ørding 23/9-1844, d. in Nymølle 30/9-1917), m. 8/10 1881 to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam, (b. 3/3-1861 in Rødding in Salling, d. in Rødding 21/9-1925).

22. g.: my parents:
Peter Christensen Møller, b. 20/5-1904 in Nymølle, d. Oct. 1973 i Århus, married 10/5 1931 to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen, b. 20/8-1907 in Veggerslev at Grenå, d. 20/8-2002 in Århus.

and a daughter of Niels Bugge's second marriage:
2. g. a:
Lisbeth Bugge of Hald (ment. 1387-91),m. to hr. Gotskalk Skarpenberg(ment.1368, d. before 1387), from a Holstein family , known as a pirate knight. (NB: German nobility: Scharffenberg, immigrated from Pommeranian or Mecklenburg).

3. g. a:
Johan (Henneke) Skarpenberg (ment. 1389 and 1403-13) was said to own Lund at Mors, (Gammellund); when Peder Pykstrud in Alstedvold had violated a daughter of one of Johan's servants, he was burnt to death by Johan, who therefore had to pay with estate at Mors , maybe the later royal vasalry Skarpenbergs Gods (which must not be mixed up with Strecker's or Streckhal's royal estate in Tøving, Bjergby and Flade parishes, which originally had belonged to a Johan Strecker.

4. g. a:
Inger Johansdatter (Hennekesdatter) Skarpenberg , m. to Herman Flemming of Knudstrup (ment.1387-1407), son of hr. Peder Flemming in Sweden (ment. 1395-1407).

5.g.a:
Hr. Joakim Hermansen Flemming of Knudstrup (ment. 1435, d. 1457), (whose daughter Anna was the paternal grandmother of Broder Thøger Jensen Løvenbalk) (I 6.g.a).

6. g. a:
Anna Joakimsdatter Flemming, married twice 1) to Anders Pedersen Galt,who was killed in battle in Sweden before 1466. 2) to Laurids Mogensen Løvenbalk of Tjele (ment. 1462, d. 1500) , ( I 6.g.a.) Anna Joakimsdatter died 1488, buried in Mariager klosterkirke, where is a head stone.

7. g. a: a son of her marriage to Laurids Mogensen Løvenbalk:
Jens Lauridsen Løvenbalk of Tjele (kap. 8)

8. g. a.:
Broder Thøger Jensen (Løvenbalk) in Viborg, (d. 1538) m. to the former nun Anna Pedersdatter, (d.after 1580).

9. g. a:
Bishop Peder Thøgersen in Viborg (1532-95), m. to Margrethe Jensdatter (d. 1603).

10. g. a:
Else Pedersdatter (1559-891), m. to bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg (1543-1609)

11. g. a:
Peder Jacobsen Holm (ab. 1586-1636) m. to Gertrud Nielsdatter Ferslev. ( 12. g.)

12.g.a:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm, m. to rural dean Rudbek Christensen Humble, ( 13. g.)

13. g. a:
Ida Rudbecksdatter Humble, m. to Laurids Nielsen Beck, (14. g.)

14. g. a:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck, m. to Niels Pedersen in Råsted, (15. g.)

15. g. a:
Ida Nielsdatter, m. to Sejer Olesen Leth, ( 16. g.)

16. g. a:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter, m. to Christen Christensen Boll, ( 17. g.)

17. g. a:
Villads Christensen, m. to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård, ( 18. g.)

18. g. a:
Maren Villadsdatter, m to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup, ( 19. g.)

19. g. a:
Ingeborg Andersdatter, m. to Christen Jensen, ( 20. g.)

20. g. a: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, m. to Sidsel Marie Kirstine Dam, (see 21. g.)

21. g. a: my parents:
Peter Christensen Møller, m. to. Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen, (see 22. g.)


Ancestral Line V

1. g.:
Harald I 'Hårfager'/'Fairhair' Halfdansson of Norway (ab.850-935), m. to Svanhild Eysteinsdottir, b. ab. 850 in Maer, Nørre Trøndelag.

2. g.:
Bjørn Farmand 'The Merchant' Haraldsson in Vestfold (b. ab. 900, d. ab.927); daughters of Harald Fairhair were ancestresses of Erik Ejegod's queen Bodil Thrugotsdatter and of Knud Lavard's wife Ingeborg of Russia.
3. g.:
Gudrød Bjørnsson in Viken (d.ab. 963) m. to Cecilie Bjørnsdatter, b.ab. 936

4. g.:
Harald Grenske in Vestfold, m. to Aasta(Astrid) Gudbrandsdatter.

5. g.:
Olav the Holy of Norway (b.ab. 995, d. 1030 at Stiklestad), m. to Astrid, a daughter of Olof Skötkonung in Sweden, whose great grandfather Erik Emundsen was the first king in Sweden (d.ab. 900). Also Knud Lavard's wife Ingeborg was a descendant of Olof Skötkonung.

6. g.:
Ulvhild Olavsdatter, m. to hertug Ordulf of Sachsen (d.1071), son of Bernhard of Sachsen, from the Billungs-family.

7. g.:
Hertug Magnus of Sachsen (d. 1106), m. to Sophia, (d. 1095) a daughter of king Bela I of Hungary.

8. g.:
Eilika of Sachsen (d.1142), m. to grev Otto the Rich of Ballenstedt, of the House Askanien, (d.1123), son of grev Adalbert of Ballenstedt and Thüringen.

9. g.:
Albrekt Bjørn (d.1170), hertug of Sachsen and markgreve of Brandenburg, m. to Sophia (d.1160), a daughter of hertug Frederik of Schwaben, first ancestor of the Hohenstaufens, and wife Agnes, who was a daughter of emperor Henrik IV and a descendant of Henrik I (the Fowler), whose wife Mathilde descended from Widukind. Also king Christoffer II descended via his mother queen Agens from Albrekt Bjørn.

10. g.:
Grev Herman III of Orlamünde (d.1176), m. to Adelheid.

11. g.:
Grev Siegfried of Orlamünde (d.1206), m. 1181 to Sophia, eldest daughter of Valdemar the Great of Denmark.

12. g.:
Sophia of Orlamünde (d. 1244), m. to grev Lambert of Gleichen in Thüringen.

13. g.:
Sophia of Gleichen, m. to grev Diderik of Eberstein, Braunschweig (d.1256).

14. g.:
Grev Otto of Eberstein (d.1279), vasal at Neugarten in Pommern.

15. g.:
Albert of Eberstein (d.1289) of Ørnehoved at Randers, m. to Mariane, a daughter of drost Peder Strangesen (d.1241) and wife Ingeborg of Kalundborg, who was a daughter of Esbern Snare (d.1204), who was a son of Asser Rig in Fjenneslev and fru Inge, whose mother Cæcilia, was a dauthter of Knud den Hellige.

16. g.:
Anders Albertsen (Eberstein: the family did not use the name in Denmark); his son was hr. Albert Andersen of Tovskov and Rydhave (d.ab. 1400); furthermore a daughter:

17. g.:
Johanne Andersdatter (d. before 1419), m. to hr. Niels Ovesen (Panter) of Asdal (ment.1355, d.before 1419), owned also Skovgård, Knivholt and Freistrup, all in Vendsyssel, a son of hr. Ove Nielsen (Panter).

18. g.:
Anders Nielsen (Panter) of Asdal and other above mentioned farms (ment. 1393, d.ab.1405), m. to Ide Lydersdatter Holck, who was married four times.

19. g.:
Fru Johanne Andersdatter (Panter) of Asdal (usually called Fru Johanne Sappi - is there a connection to the Sappi-family via Anders Albertsens unknown wife?),( b.ab. 1395, d.1476), inherited great riches after her 6 brothers and was the last of the family Panter.When her family opposed to her marriage to Bonde Due Jensen of Torp, he abducted her, when she drove to dress a bride. Bonde Due died ab. 1420, and Johanne married ab. 1422 hr. Niels Eriksen Banner, who was a vasal in Nørreherred at Mors, was a son of hr. Erik Thomsen Banner of Vinstrup at Sjælland, who was a son of Thomas Nielsen Banner. The family Banner descended according to Saxo from Timme Sjællandsfar, who in a battle in England in the days of Canute the Great gathered the Danes around a banner, which was a beech branch upon a spear. - Hr. Niels Eriksen Banner became rigsråd and chief at Skivehus and Aalborghus. when he died in 1447, fru Johanne became herself chief at Aalborghus and in Vendsyssel, was the leader of 24 men and signed the tribute to christian I. She was called "an astonishing wise and learned woman". A painting of her is found at Gavnø. (Adelsårbogen 1892).

20. g.:
Karen Nielsdatter Banner, m. to hr. Oluf Olufsen Lunge of Odden (ment. 1469-73), son of hr. Oluf Andersen Lunge of Odden (ment. 1420-73) and wife Christence Axelsdatter Thott (IV 4. g.) The family Lunge is a very old family at Sjælland; before mentioned Oluf Lunge's great great grandfather of the same name is mentioned in 1268.

21. g.:
Anne Olufsdatter Lunge of Odden, m. to Henrik Friis of Stolliggård in Løjt parish,which his great grandfather Niels Friis owned in 1361. Henrik Friis was 1474 vasal at Aalborghus and 1480-83 at Sejlstrup.

22. g.:
Anne Henriksdatter Friis of Odden (d.1542), m. to Bjørn Andersen Bjørn of Stenalt ( III 8. g.)

23. g.:
Anna Bjørnsdatter (d.1540), m. to Niels Kaas of Stårupgård and Tårupgård (d.1535), ( I 8.g.)

24. g.:
Bjørn Kaas of Stårupgård etc.etc. (1518-81), m. to Christence Nielsdatter Rotfeld ( I 9.g.)

25. g.:
Jens Bjørnsen Kaas in Strandbylund (ab.1548-1618), m. to Berthe Mouridsdatter.

26. g.:
Anne Jensdatter (Kaas) (1586-1649), m. to mayor Niels Ifversen (Ferslev) in Aalborg (1545-1617)

27. g.:
Gertrud NielsdatterFerslev, b. 1606, m. to priest Peder Jacobsen Holm in Aaby (ab.1586-1636), son of bishop Jacob Holm in Aalborg and son's daughter's son of Thøger Jensen Løvenbalk in Viborg.

28. g.:
Anne Pedersdatter Holm (o.1630-77), m. to rural dean Rudbek Christensen Humble in Vrejlev (1616-73), a son of rural dean Christen Pedersen in Humble (d.1624), from the Langeland nobility-family Ulfsax.

29. g.:
Ida Rudbeksdatter Humble b. ab. 1650, m. to lesee Laurids Nielsen Beck (1646-1712), a descendant of Skipper Klement (d.1536), Peter von Achen (d.1598) and goldsmith Gert Hermans in Aalborg (kap. 7)

30. g.:
Helvig Lauridsdatter Beck (1677-1761), m. to Niels Pedersen i Råsted (d. 1734) ( kap. 6)

31. g.:
Ida Nielsdatter (o. 1710-1780),owner of Galtrupgård, m. to parish teacher Sejer Olesen Leth in Galtrup - Øster Jølby , owner of Jølbygård and Filtenborg, (1711-1760) ( kap. 5)

32. g.:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter (1734-77), m. to mill-owner Christen Christensen Boll (1725-91) in Lødderup.

33. g.:
Villads Christensen (b. 27/4-1772, d. 5/12-1828), married 22/7-1791 to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård (b. 1769, d. 7/7- 1829)

34. g.:
Maren Villadsdatter (b. 15/12-1793, d. 20/8-1853) , married 3/7-1814 to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup (b. ab. 1783 in Elsø, d. 26/6-1852)

35. g.:
Ingeborg Andersdatter (b. 15/4-1818, d. 4/7-1902) m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle in Lødderup (b. 1817, d. 2/4- 1860).

36. g.: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, owner of tileworks, sawmill and timberyards in Nymmølle in Nymølle in Salling, (b. 23/9-1844 in Ørding, d. 30/9 1917 in Nymølle), married 8/10 1881 to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam (b. 3/3-1861 in Rødding in Salling, d. 21/9-1925 in Rødding)

37. g.: far og mor.
Peter Christensen Møller, (b. 20/5-1904 in Nymølle, d. Oct. 1973 i Århus) married 10/5 1931 to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen, (b. 20/8-1907 in Veggerslev at Grenå, d. 20/8-2002 i Århus.)


Ancestral Line VI

1. g.:
Herredsfoged Anders Bonde in Oustrup (ment. 1545,d.ab. 1580), m. to Barbara Gjødesdatter, ( kap.2)
2. g.:
Sejer Andersen Bonde in Oustrup (d.1598),m. to Johanne Grøn.

3. g.:
Erik Sejersen Bonde in Vadsted (ment. 1638-50), m. to Abild Jørgensdatter.

4. g:
Johanne Eriksdatter Bonde (ab.1620-83), m. to rural dean Søren Olufsen Pind in Haurum (d.1671), son of priest Ole Christensen Pind in Ørum-Ginnerup (d.ab. 1629)

5. g.:
Maren Sørensdatter Pind (1639-1710),m. to Søren Madsen in Palstrup and Oustrup (d.1677)

6. g.:
Karen Sørensdatter (1669-1734), m. to parish teacher Oluf Villadsen in Galtrup-Øster Jølby (1667-1734), a son of parish clerk Villads Nielsen (1633-1686) and wife Maren Jensdatter (1632-1702) ( kap. 3)

7. g.:
Parish teacher Sejer Olesen Leth in Galtrup-Øster Jølby (1711-1760), owner of Jølbygård and Filtenborg, m. to Ida Nielsdatter (ab. 1710-80, owner of Galtrupgård ( kap. 5)

8. g:
Anna Marie Sejersdatter (1734-77), m. to mill-owner Christen Christensen Boll (1725-91) in Vestermølle in Lødderup.

9. g.:
Villads Christensen (b.27/4-1772, d. 5/12-1828), married 22/7 1791 to Else Marie Nielsdatter Kibsgård( b.1769, d.7/6-1829)

10. g.:
Maren Villadsdatter(b.15/12-1793, d. 20/8-1853), married 3/7-1814 to Anders Mikkelsen Hunderup, (b.ab. 1783 in Elsø, d.26/6-1852).

11. g.:
Ingeborg Andersdatter (b. 15/4-1818, d.4/7-1902), m. to Christen Jensen from Markmølle in Lødderup (b. 1817, d. 2/4-1860)

12. g: my paternal grandparents:
Jens Christensen Møller, owner of tileworks, sawmill and timberyards in Nymmølle in Nymølle in Salling, (b. 23/9-1844 in Ørding, d. 30/9 1917 in Nymølle), married 8/10 1881 to Sidsel Kirstine Nielsdatter Dam (b. 3/3-1861 in Rødding in Salling, d. 21/9-1925 in Rødding)

13. g.: my parents:
Peter Christensen Møller, (b. 20/5-1904 in Nymølle, d. Oct. 1973 i Århus) married 10/5 1931 to Dagny Katrine Bakmand Rasmussen, (b. 20/8-1907 in Veggerslev at Grenå, d. 20/8-2002 i Århus.)


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