Christian Olufsen Engelstoft

Male Abt 1670 - 1742  (~ 72 years)


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  • Name Christian Olufsen Engelstoft 
    Born Abt 1670  Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 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.



    Gender Male 
    Died Nov 1742  Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Sønderho Sogn
      Enesteministerialbog
      1626-1820
      Opslag 118
    Person ID I17310  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 8 May 2021 

    Father Oluf Christian Engelstoft,   b. Abt 1636, Engelstofte, Næsby, Præstø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Mar 1713, Ribe, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 77 years) 
    Mother Mette Christensdatter Rabsted 
    Family ID F6197  Group Sheet

    Family Anna Nielsdatter Struch,   b. 1669, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1747, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Children 
    +1. Ingeborg Engelstoft,   b. Sønderho, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1747
    +2. Mette Margrethe Engelstoft,   b. Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1785, Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location
    +3. Laurits Struch Christensen Engelstoft,   b. 19 Sep 1702, Sønderho, Fanø, Ribe, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1779, Aalbog, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
     4. Niels Struch Engelstoft
    Last Modified 13 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F6187  Group Sheet


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