Johanne Cathrine Foss

Female Abt 1777 - 1846  (~ 69 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Johanne Cathrine Foss was born Abt 1777, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark (daughter of Ove Thisen Foss and Sophie Bennedicte Friis); died 18 Feb 1846, Holstebro, Ringkøbing, Denmark.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Ribe, Skast, Sønderho, Sogn og bye på Fanøe, , F1, FT-1787, A3161
    Hr Ove Foss, 51, gift, Hosbonde, Sognepræst
    Sophie Bennedicte Friis, 40, gift, Madmoder
    Mette Magrethe Foss, 19, ugift, Deres børn
    Johanne Cathrine Foss, 10, Deres børn
    Anne Balslev Foss, 5, Deres børn

    Lauritz Christian Hansen Kiær, marriage, 2 Sep 1809, Holstebro
    Anne Marie Kiær, d, 8 May 1860 Holstebro, Ringkøbing
    7 Dec 1838
    Lars Christian Petersen, d. 12 February 1841 Holstebro

    Anne Marie Kiær
    Ringkøbing, Hjerm, Holstebro Købstad, Nørregade, No. 22, 37, FT-1845, C0790
    Ane Marie Petersen fød Kjær, 32, Enke, ever af hendes Formue, Fødested, Holstebroe
    Else Kjerstine Christensen, 57, Ugift, Tjenestepige, Fødested, Holstebroe

    Marriage
    Holstebro Sogn
    Enesteministerialbog
    1765-1815
    Oposlag 18
    Laurits Hansen Kieer and Johanne Catrine Foss, marriage, 2 Sep 1909.

    Sophie Dorthea Kiær, d, 21 Nov, Holstebro


    Ringkøbing, Hjerm, Holstebro Købstad, Nørregade, Øster Deel, No. 18 og 20, 37, FT-1840, C5861
    Joachim Heinrich Schaumburg, 37, Gift, Maler
    Sophie Dorthea Schaumburg, 26, Gift, hans Kone
    Laura Cathrine Schaumburg, 4, deres Datter
    Henriette Schaumburg, 2, deres Datter
    Johanne Cathrine Kjær, 63, Enke, lever af sine Midler
    Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


    Ringkøbing, Hjerm, Holstebro Købstad, Nørregade, 18 et 20, 35, FT-1845, C0790
    Joachim Henrich Schaumburg, 41, Gift, Maler, Fødested, Nyborg
    Sophia Dorthea Kjær, 31, Gift, hans Kone, Fødested, Holstebroe
    Laura Cathrine Schaumburg, 8, hans Datter, Fødested, Holstebroe
    Henriette Arine Schaumburg, 6, hans Datter, Fødested, Holstebroe
    Leopold Heinrich Schaumburg, 4, hans Søn, Fødested, Holstebroe
    Johanne Cathrine Kjær fød Foss, 66, Enke, hans Svigermoder, Fødested, Fanøe
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

    Johanne married Laurits Hansen Kjær 2 Sep 1909, Holstebro, Ringkøbing, DEnmark. Laurits died 6 Feb 1835. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Ane Marie Kjær/Kiær died 8 May 1860.
    2. Sophie Dorthea Kjær was born 3 Feb 1814; died 21 Nov 1871.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Ove Thisen Foss was born 17 Jun 1737, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark (son of Jens Lauridsen Foss and Mette Margrethe Engelstoft); died 5 Oct 1791, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Guide to Fanø's history
    Priests: At the original Sønderho Church:

    Ove Thisen Foss (1746-1792)

    After Rafn's death, the office returned to the Foss family, when the successor became Jens Lauridsen Foss's son, Ove Thisen Foss.
    Ove was born in Sønderho on 13 June 1737, in the middle of his father's tenure.
    He graduated from the academy in 1758 and became an assistant and successor in Sønderho in 1760. When Rafn died on 1 June 1764, Ove Foss therefore immediately took over the office as parish priest.

    He was married to Sophie Friis, who was the daughter of the priest in Nordby, Niels Friis.

    Ove Foss was a priest in Sønderho for 28 years, and it was during his tenure that the new church was built. Therefore, his initials also hang on the east gable: OF followed by the year 1782, which was the year of inauguration.
    He managed to be a priest in the new church for 9 years before he died on October 25, 1791.

    It is interesting and unusual that all the priests in Sønderho have been related to each other for 250 years. Only the penultimate, Poul Rafn came from outside. And he was even just a weak parenthesis in history until Foss' son was old enough to continue the lineage.

    Ribe, Skast, Sønderho, Sogn og bye på Fanøe, , F1, FT-1787, A3161
    Hr Ove Foss, 51, gift, Hosbonde, Sognepræst
    Sophie Bennedicte Friis, 40, gift, Madmoder
    Mette Magrethe Foss, 19, ugift, Deres børn
    Johanne Cathrine Foss, 10, Deres børn
    Anne Balslev Foss, 5, Deres børn


    Ove — Sophie Bennedicte Friis. Sophie was born 4 Mar 1748, Nordby, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark ; died 25 Dec 1818, Sønderho Sogn, Ribe Amt, Denmark; was buried 2 Jan 1819, Sønderho Sogn, Ribe Amt, Denmark. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Sophie Bennedicte Friis was born 4 Mar 1748, Nordby, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark ; died 25 Dec 1818, Sønderho Sogn, Ribe Amt, Denmark; was buried 2 Jan 1819, Sønderho Sogn, Ribe Amt, Denmark.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Sophia Benedicta Nielsdatter Friis, daughter of Niels Hansen Friis and Agnethe Cathrine Steensdatter. (Sophia Benedicta Nielsdatter Friis was born on 4 Mar. 1748 in Nordby, Fanø and baptized on 16 Apr. 1748 in Nordby, Fanø.)

    Daughter of Niels Friss

    Guide to Fanø's history
    Priests: At the original Sønderho Church:

    Ove Thisen Foss (1746-1792)

    After Rafn's death, the office returned to the Foss family, when the successor became Jens Lauridsen Foss's son, Ove Thisen Foss.
    Ove was born in Sønderho on 13 June 1737, in the middle of his father's tenure.
    He graduated from the academy in 1758 and became an assistant and successor in Sønderho in 1760. When Rafn died on 1 June 1764, Ove Foss therefore immediately took over the office as parish priest.

    He was married to Sophie Friis, who was the daughter of the priest in Nordby, Niels Friis.

    Ove Foss was a priest in Sønderho for 28 years, and it was during his tenure that the new church was built. Therefore, his initials also hang on the east gable: OF followed by the year 1782, which was the year of inauguration.
    He managed to be a priest in the new church for 9 years before he died on October 25, 1791.

    It is interesting and unusual that all the priests in Sønderho have been related to each other for 250 years. Only the penultimate, Poul Rafn came from outside. And he was even just a weak parenthesis in history until Foss' son was old enough to continue the lineage.

    Ribe, Skast, Nordby, Norbye paa Fanøe, , , FT-1787, C4268
    Hans Friis, 35, Gift, Hosbonde, Sognepræst
    Kirstine Nissen, 21, Gift, Hans Kone
    Niels Friis, 81, Enkemand, Hosbondens Fader, Pastor emeritus
    Agnethe Foss, 20, Ugift, Hosbondens Syster Datter
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

    Ribe, Skast, Sønderho, Sogn og bye på Fanøe, , F1, FT-1787, A3161
    Hr Ove Foss, 51, gift, Hosbonde, Sognepræst
    Sophie Bennedicte Friis, 40, gift, Madmoder
    Mette Magrethe Foss, 19, ugift, Deres børn
    Johanne Cathrine Foss, 10, Deres børn
    Anne Balslev Foss, 5, Deres børn
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

    Ribe, Skast, Sønderho, Sønderhoe Bye, , 116 Familie, FT-1801, B7789
    Sophie Benedicte Friis, 53, Enke, Huus Moder,Præste Enke, og Lever ved Pension
    Nicholette Foss, 27, Ugift, Hændes Børn
    Anne Balslef Foss, 19, Ugift, Hændes Børn
    Niels Friis Foss, 14, Ugift, Hændes Børn
    Lars Cristian Foss, 57, Ugift, Hændes Sag: Mands Broder, Sogne Degn
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


    Ribe, Skast, Nordby, Norbye paa Fanøe, , , FT-1787, C4268
    Hans Friis, 35, Gift, Hosbonde, Sognepræst
    Kirstine Nissen, 21, Gift, Hans Kone
    Niels Friis, 81, Enkemand, Hosbondens Fader, Pastor emeritus
    Agnethe Foss, 20, Ugift, Hosbondens Syster Datter
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

    Ribe, Ribe, Ribe Købstad, Ribe Købstad, Sønder Ports Gade 3, , FT-1787, C4624

    Jens Foss

    Ribe, Ribe, Ribe Købstad, Ribe Købstad, Sønder Ports Gade 3, , FT-1787, C4624
    Niels Friis, 34, gift, Huusbonde,Kiøbmand
    Ingeborg Kirstine Termansdatter, 29, Gift, Hans Kone
    Jens Foss, 20,Ugift, Logerende, Discipel i den Latinske Skoele
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

    Ribe, Øster Horne, Ølgod, Præstegaarden, , 100, FT-1801, b8785
    Hans Pertau, 67, Sognepræst
    Jens Foss, 35, Ugift, logerende, Capellan pro persona
    (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

    Died:
    Sønderho Sogn
    Kontraministerialbog
    1815-1828
    Opslag 113
    Sophie Benedicthe Friis was the widow of Ove Foss-Sognepræst--
    Sønderho-. She was aged 70 years 41 weeks and 1 day.
    (Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet-Rigsarki)

    Children:
    1. Jens Foss was born 1766, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark; died 11 May 1828, Hedensted, Hodde Sogn, Ribe Amt, Denmark; was buried 16 May 1828, Hodde Sogn, Ribe Amt, Denmark.
    2. Niels Friis Foss was born Abt 1787, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark; died 9 Aug 1861, St Clemens, Aarthus, Denmark.
    3. Hans Foss was born Abt 1752, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark.
    4. Mette Magrethe Foss was born Abt 1768, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark.
    5. 1. Johanne Cathrine Foss was born Abt 1777, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark; died 18 Feb 1846, Holstebro, Ringkøbing, Denmark.
    6. Nicholette Foss was born Abt 1774, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark.
    7. Anne Balslev Foss was born 1782, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Jens Lauridsen Foss was born 18 Dec 1694; died 6 Apr 1749.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    N o 1146. Sønderho on Fanø
    Skads Herred, Ribe County and Diocese.
    H. 3/907; MS III .; M. Nr. 502; Lkm. 3/306; Kbg. 1626 .

    5. 22/5 1739 ** [p. Cap. * 28/2 27] Jens Lauritsen Foss af Pjedsted-G. , pp. 2/12 94; St. Hors. 13; C. 28/8 19, h .; ~ 2/5 28 FD Mette Margrethe Christiansdtr. Engelstoft, d. 10/9 07, ? 11/4 85 ; 5 S., 4 D .; see Ove TJF her; Hans JF in Hedensted-D. ; [? ? / 3 1749].
    KUM II, p. 373 (»Ianus Laurentius Fossius«, 19 years old); Nygaard's banknotes: children , wife's baptism , widow's death .

    Transcript by Marianne Munk.
    Supplementary literature on this pastorate:
    Churches of Denmark , Vol. 19 Ribe county, ed. of the National Museum 1998-91. Sønderho Church , pp. 2153-2203, Sønderho Old Church , pp. 2204-2208.
    Fanø's history . Sønderho: Priests .



    Guide to Fanø's history
    Priests
    At the original Sønderho Church:

    Jens Lauridsen Foss (1727-1749)
    Born on 18 December 1694 as the son of parish priest Laurids Davidsen Foss in Pjedsted vicarage near Vejle.

    JL Foss graduated from Horsens Latin School in 1715 and from the academy in 1719. After that he first taught children in various vicarages for 5 years, after which he taught at Ribe Latin School for 3 years.

    On 28 February 1727 he became an assistant and successor to Christian Engelstoft, and finally he took over the office as parish priest in Sønderho on 22 May 1739.
    Completely in line with Chr. Engelstoft's other activities, however, he did not resign from office without first making sure that Foss gave him a pension for the rest of his life! So Foss had to buy into the not very lucrative vocation.
    To Foss' luck, it only took 3½ years before Engelstoft died.

    Jens Lauridsen was the son of Laurits Davidsen Foss af Ribe Cathredal

    No 889. Pjedsted og Gaarslev,
    Holmans Herred, Veile Amt, Ribe Stift.
    H. 3/234; K. 3/339; M. S. III.; R. M.; L. S. v. W.; Lkm. 6/192; Kbg. 1705.

    6. 5/6 1672 [Hør. og Cant. Ribe ?/7 69] Laurits Davidsen Foss af Ribe Cathr. K., f. 12/8 43; St. Ribe 62, Bacc. 66; C. 10/3 66; Pr. 99; 1 ~ . . . ; 2 ~ Ørum 7/10 90 Anna Kirstine Nielsdtr. Sommer af Ørum-D., f. 67; 2 S.; 2 ~ O. T. Steenberg i Hedensted; see Jens L. F. i Sønderho; David L. F. i Grindsted-H.; [? 1704].
    KUM I, s. 311, 332 (»Laurentius Davidis Foss«).

    Afskrift ved R. Rostrup.
    Supplerende litteratur om dette pastorat:
    Ravn, J. J.: Nogle Uddrag af Pjedsted Kirkes ældste Regnskabsbog i Viborg Landsarkiv. Vejle Amts Aarbog 1928, s. 139-141.

    8. 24/9 1648 [r. Cap. Ribe Dk. 36] Mag. David Lauritsen Foss af Steppinge-F., f. Haderslev 04; St. i Helmstädt 25, i Rostock 26, i Kbh. 27; Rtr. Kold. 34; Mag. Kbh. 21/5 39; Pr. . . ; ~ 19/11 37 Anna Jensdtr. Hundevad af Kolding r. Cap. o. s. v., f. 19, ? 18/9 84; 5 S., 4 D.; see Etm.; Laurits D. F. i Pjedsted-G.; Antonius D. F. i Agerskov; A. Mogensen, r. Cap. i Kolding; [? 8/8 1659; Eptph.; Lgst.].
    KUM I, s. 86, 149 (»David Vulpius Haterslebiensis/David Laurentii Wolpius«); Achelis I, nr. 1630; Kinch II, s. 335, 452-453; Arends I, s. 256-57; PT 15:2 (1967-68), s. 200; DanKir bd. 19, s. 798-99 (se nedenfor).

    Afskrift ved Marianne Munk.

    Jens — Mette Margrethe Engelstoft. Mette (daughter of Christian Olufsen Engelstoft and Anna Nielsdatter Struch) was born Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark; died 1785, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mette Margrethe Engelstoft was born Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark (daughter of Christian Olufsen Engelstoft and Anna Nielsdatter Struch); died 1785, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Priests
    At the original Sønderho Church:
    Christian Olufsen Engelstoft (1703-1727)
    Engelstoft was born in Ribe as the son of councilor and county councilor Oluf Christian Engelstoft.
    After graduating from university in 1695, he became an aide to NL Struch and married his daughter. Two sons and two daughters survived childhood. Both sons became priests, in Sebber and Lundby, respectively. The two daughters were married on Fanø: Ingeborg with customs visitor Christian Friederich Gallesen and Mette Margrethe with her father's assistant, Jens Lauridsen Foss.
    Engelstoft was described as a capable, well-educated, gifted and cheerful man who was benevolent to the poor and needy. In addition, he sacrificed a lot on repairing the church.
    Due to age and fragility, he hired Jens Lauridsen Foss as assistant in 1727, and in 1739 he completely took over the office.
    Engelstoft died on 27 November 1742.

    Children:
    1. Laurids Jensen Foss was born Abt 1729.
    2. Anne Foss was born Abt 1730, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.
    3. 2. Ove Thisen Foss was born 17 Jun 1737, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark; died 5 Oct 1791, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.
    4. Anne Kirstine Foss was born Abt 1741, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.
    5. Hans Jensen Foss was born Abt 1738, Sønderho, Fanø , Ribe, Denmark; died 1793, Hedensted, Hatting Vejle, Denmark.
    6. Laurs Christian Foss was born Abt 1744, Sønderho.


Generation: 4

  1. 10.  Christian Olufsen Engelstoft was born Abt 1670, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark (son of Oluf Christian Engelstoft and Mette Christensdatter Rabsted); died Nov 1742, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Guide to Fanø's history
    Priests
    At the original Sønderho Church:
    Christian Olufsen Engelstoft (1703-1727)
    Engelstoft was born in Ribe as the son of councilor and county councilor Oluf Christian Engelstoft.

    After graduating from the university in 1695, he became an aide to NL Struch and married his daughter. Two sons and two daughters survived childhood. Both sons became priests, in Sebber and Lundby, respectively. The two daughters were married on Fanø: Ingeborg with customs visitor Christian Friederich Gallesen and Mette Margrethe with her father's assistant, Jens Lauridsen Foss.

    Engelstoft was described as a capable, well-educated, gifted and cheerful man who was benevolent to the poor and needy. In addition, he sacrificed a lot on repairing the church.
    Due to age and fragility, he hired Jens Lauridsen Foss as assistant in 1727, and in 1739 he completely took over the office.
    Engelstoft died on 27 November 1742.

    Priests
    At the original Sønderho Church:
    Christian Olufsen Engelstoft (1703-1727)
    Engelstoft was born in Ribe as the son of councilor and county councilor Oluf Christian Engelstoft.
    After graduating from university in 1695, he became an aide to NL Struch and married his daughter. Two sons and two daughters survived childhood. Both sons became priests, in Sebber and Lundby, respectively. The two daughters were married on Fanø: Ingeborg with customs visitor Christian Friederich Gallesen and Mette Margrethe with her father's assistant, Jens Lauridsen Foss.
    Engelstoft was described as a capable, well-educated, gifted and cheerful man who was benevolent to the poor and needy. In addition, he sacrificed a lot on repairing the church.
    Due to age and fragility, he hired Jens Lauridsen Foss as assistant in 1727, and in 1739 he completely took over the office.
    Engelstoft died on 27 November 1742.

    Sønderho Kro
    1685 Oluf Christian Engelstoft (1636-1712)
    Born in Bråby on South Zealand as the son of the farmer Christen Pedersen and Ellen Olsdatter, Engelstofte, Næsby parish.
    Married to Mette Christensdatter Raabsted. As a widower married to Margrete Andersdatter Klyne (1651-1688), daughter of Anders Jensen Guldsmed and Karen Jacobsdatter Harboe, Ribe. In 1697, her brother Jens made the altarpiece for Sønderho Church. As a widower married in 1689 to Anne Pedersdatter Grønholt.

    In 1670 he became a citizen of Ribe, in 1685 he was an assistant to the diocesan clerk and from 1702 a councilor .
    He also had Gredstedbro Kro in his possession, and in 1688 received permission to set up a pub in Strandby and in 1690 in Hjerting . [7] [8] [9] [10]
    Buried in Ribe Cathedral .

    2. Christian Olufsen Engelstoft (1670-1742), priest in Sønderho , innkeeper, mill owner etc.

    2. Margrethe Elisabeth Engelstoft , g. With Peder Gallesen (-1693) and as a widow g. 1701 with Anders Clausen (1676-1740), she was innkeeper on Fanø, probably in Nordby
    1712 Anna Engelstoft , b. Pedersdatter Grønholt (-1722)
    Probable daughter of parish priest Peder Jensen Grønholt (-1679), Bryndum - Vester Nebel
    The widow leased the inn to Jes Bonnesen from 1719-1722 . [11]

    3. Eight Sophie Engelstoft , born 1722 with her cousin Niels Andersen Seerup
    (Sønderho Kro)


    Film 528709 from the National Archives
    Jutland registers collected extracts in
    1689-1694.

    112
    Oluf Christian Engeltofts, letter at a pub in Jerne parish, Strandby or Bollersager, on the way to Hjerting, that must be arranged.
    According to Oluf Christian Engelstoft, a resident of our market town Ribe, his most humble application and petition, we have most graciously granted and allowed that in addition to the two inns, he in Sønderho parish on Fanø and by Gredstedbro, here in Riberhus county in fixed gardens, must have decorated and kept are hostels and pubs in Jerne parish, Strandby or Bollersager, on the way to Hjerting, with good accommodation, as well as food, wine and beer for the travelers, and others as it might need and desire, however, that thus by law , and our in such cases, the end ordinances, in every way duly the relationship etc. Ribe 7 October 1689

    Riberhus county probate extract
    1718 - 1796
    Prepared by Erik Brejl. Ribesvej 3. 6950 Ringkøbing.
    In the probate extracts, the deceased, heirs, guardians, guardians and other specified family relations are stated, and reference is made to probate after previous spouses. However, the guardian and guardian are not stated if they are already stated as family, just as the place of employment is not stated for heirs. No personal register has been prepared, but personal names are standardized, e.g. both Laurs, Lars and Las are stated as Laurids, however, the name Lassen is stated in the case of estate persons. The spelling of place names follows Trap's 5th edition. Information in square brackets is not found in the current text, but is found in the church register, in censuses or elsewhere in the probate protocol. Reference is made to the folio, however, no reference is made to the resumption of the shift if it takes place in immediate continuation of the previous one.

    The following abbreviations are used:
    A: heir / heirs
    B: child / children
    E: widow / widower
    FM: guardian
    gm: married to:
    lbn .: serial number
    months: months
    LV: guardian
    sst .: same place
    Ribe
    diocese

    Probate protocol 1730-1743
    B 9 - 1213

    4 Niels Andersen Serup in Strandby in Jerne parish. 27.5.1730, page 14.
    E: Otte Sofie Engelstoft. LV: deceased's brother Joen Serup, birch judge in Hunderup birch. B:
    1) Anne Cathrine Nielsdatter Serup 10
    2) Elisabeth Nielsdatter Serup 7.
    FM:
    1 uncle Peder Serup in Estrup mill on Zealand
    2 uncle Søren Serup in Copenhagen.
    Inheritance from the widow's mother Anne [Nielsdatter Struck]. E: Christian [Olufsen] Engelstoft, priest at Sønderho on Fanø to the widow's siblings:
    1 Eberhardine Elisabeth Engelstoft
    2 Anne Engelstoft
    3 Christine Engelstoft, deceased. 1st
    Hans Schack
    4 Oluf Christian Engelstoft, deceased. The widow in Brøndum.





    Died:
    Sønderho Sogn
    Enesteministerialbog
    1626-1820
    Opslag 118

    Christian — Anna Nielsdatter Struch. Anna (daughter of Niels Lauridsen Struck and Ingeborg Pedersdatter) was born 1669, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark; died 1747, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark. [Group Sheet]


  2. 11.  Anna Nielsdatter Struch was born 1669, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark (daughter of Niels Lauridsen Struck and Ingeborg Pedersdatter); died 1747, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Niels Lauridsen Struch (1667-1703)
    Born in 1642 and Borgermand's son from Ribe. In 1667 he became an aide and successor to Peder Laugesen. He married Laugesen's daughter, Ingeborg Pedersdatter. The couple had a son and a daughter. The daughter, Anna Nielsdatter Struch, married NL Struch's successor in office, Christian Olufsen Engelstoft.

    Marriage
    Christian Olufsen Engelstof
    He was the son of Oluf Christensen Engelstoft and Margrethe Andersdatter Klyne. (Christian Olufsen Engelstoft was born in 1670 in Ribe and died on 17 Nov. 1742 in Sønderho, Fanø.)

    Priests

    At the original Sønderho Church:
    Peder Laugesen Lipstrup (1625-1667)

    Peder Lauesen was a farmer's son from Lipstrup in Nebel parish. The same year he took office, he married his predecessor's widow, Margrethe Greisdatter Terpager.

    The couple had many children, of whom those who lived long enough to reach adulthood all became priests. Except for the daughter who became a priestess.

    Peder Lauesen had major problems with sand escape, and with the "enemies", and therefore complained to the diocesan authorities in 1654. From the complaint it can be seen that already in 1632 he had been granted an eternal pension by Lydom and Lønne parish and by Riberhus 2 tdr. rye and 2 tdr. barley.

    He must have been a very capable and diligent man, and even prepared his 4 sons for the academy.

    He died July 4, 1677, and was a priest for over 52 years.

    Niels Lauridsen Struch (1667-1703)

    Born in 1642 and Borgermand's son from Ribe. In 1667 he became an aide and successor to Peder Laugesen. He married Laugesen's daughter, Ingeborg Pedersdatter. The couple had a son and a daughter. The daughter, Anna Nielsdatter Struch, married NL Struch's successor in office, Christian Olufsen Engelstoft.

    Jens Lauridsen Foss (1727-1749)

    Born on 18 December 1694 as the son of parish priest Laurids Davidsen Foss in Pjedsted vicarage near Vejle.

    JL Foss graduated from Horsens Latin School in 1715 and from the academy in 1719. After that he first taught children in various vicarages for 5 years, after which he taught at Ribe Latin School for 3 years.

    On 28 February 1727 he became an assistant and successor to Christian Engelstoft, and finally he took over the office as parish priest in Sønderho on 22 May 1739.
    Completely in line with Chr. Engelstoft's other activities, however, he did not resign from office without first making sure that Foss gave him a pension for the rest of his life! So Foss had to buy into the not very lucrative vocation.
    To Foss' luck, it only took 3½ years before Engelstoft died.


    Riberhus county probate extract
    1718 - 1796
    Prepared by Erik Brejl. Ribesvej 3. 6950 Ringkøbing.
    In the probate extracts, the deceased, heirs, guardians, guardians and other specified family relations are stated, and reference is made to probate after previous spouses. However, the guardian and guardian are not stated if they are already stated as family, just as the place of employment is not stated for heirs. No personal register has been prepared, but personal names are standardized, e.g. both Laurs, Lars and Las are stated as Laurids, however, the name Lassen is stated in the case of estate persons. The spelling of place names follows Trap's 5th edition. Information in square brackets is not found in the current text, but is found in the church register, in censuses or elsewhere in the probate protocol. Reference is made to the folio, however, no reference is made to the resumption of the shift if it takes place in immediate continuation of the previous one.

    The following abbreviations are used:
    A: heir / heirs
    B: child / children
    E: widow / widower
    FM: guardian
    gm: married to:
    lbn .: serial number
    months: months
    LV: guardian
    sst .: same place
    Ribe
    diocese

    Probate protocol 1730-1743
    B 9 - 1213

    4 Niels Andersen Serup in Strandby in Jerne parish. 27.5.1730, page 14.
    E: Otte Sofie Engelstoft. LV: deceased's brother Joen Serup, birch judge in Hunderup birch. B:
    1) Anne Cathrine Nielsdatter Serup 10
    2) Elisabeth Nielsdatter Serup 7.
    FM:
    1 uncle Peder Serup in Estrup mill on Zealand
    2 uncle Søren Serup in Copenhagen.
    Inheritance from the widow's mother Anne [Nielsdatter Struck]. E: Christian [Olufsen] Engelstoft, priest at Sønderho on Fanø to the widow's siblings:
    1 Eberhardine Elisabeth Engelstoft
    2 Anne Engelstoft
    3 Christine Engelstoft, deceased. 1st
    Hans Schack
    4 Oluf Christian Engelstoft, deceased. The widow in Brøndum.






    Died:
    Sønderho Sogn
    Enesteministerialbog
    1626-1820
    Opslag 120
    Anna, Engelstoft's wife aged 78 years

    Children:
    1. Ingeborg Engelstoft was born Sønderho, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark; died Abt 1747.
    2. 5. Mette Margrethe Engelstoft was born Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark; died 1785, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark.
    3. Laurits Struch Christensen Engelstoft was born 19 Sep 1702, Sønderho, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark; died 1779, Aalbog, Denmark.
    4. Niels Struch Engelstoft


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