Anders Romdrup

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  • Name Anders Romdrup 
    Born
    • Tårnborg Bispegård

      1638 Anders Romdrup (1605-1649)

      Also called Anders Romsdorf . From Romdrup near Ålborg.

      In 1631 he became principal at Ribe Cathedral School , but traveled abroad for a few years and returned to Ribe in 1635. Became 1641 archdeacon at the cathedral.
      1649 Dorethe Romdrup , b. Sørensdatter Vedel (1620-1673)
      Also called Dorothea. Married 1638 to Anders Romdrup and as a widow married to Ludvig Johansen Pouch . In the cathedral there is a beautiful painting of Dorethe with her 2 husbands. [29

      1649 Ludvig Johansen Pouch (1620-1681)

      Also written 'Ludovicus Pouch'. Son of councilor and pharmacist Johan Pouch and Margrethe Lydiksdatter, Ribe. The father was from Westphalia .

      As a widower married to Elisabeth Pedersdatter Kragelund .

      Traveled for 7 years around Europe and took 1646 doctorate in medicine in Padua . Employed in 1649 as a provincial physician at the cathedral and was also a canon and hospital director at Ribe Hospital .

      Represented 1660 Ribe Domkapitel at the Riksdag as an advocate for the introduction of the Autocracy .

      Had at Tårnborg an extensive library and other collection, which later passed to Ribe Cathedral School .

      In The Widow Elisabeth Pouch married city physicist Bernhard Omeis , but apparently still buried by her 1st husband, according to the tombstone.
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I17418  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 9 Apr 2021 

    Family Dorethe Sørensdatter Vedel,   b. 1629,   d. 1673  (Age 44 years) 
    Last Modified 9 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F6230  Group Sheet


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