||Otte Sophie Engelstoft |
- Sønderho Kro
1722 Niels Andersen Seerup (1687-1730)
Probable son of parish priest Anders Nielsen Seerup, Bryndum - Vester Nebel , provost in Skads Herreds Provsti . Brother of birch judge Joen Andersen Seerup , Hunderup Birch . 
Probably built the 1722 inn consisting of 2 houses on resp. 12 subjects and 6 subjects.
Lived 1723 in Hjerting and 1725 in Strandby , where he died. The estate was quite bankrupt. 
1722 Otte Sophie Seerup , b. Engelstoft (1692-1742)
The history of the innedit
Sønderho was a crossing point to Ribe and Mandø . Often the crossing was prevented by storm and storm, forcing people to stay involuntarily. The first licensee for this inn is Jørgen Frandsen in Ribe and his wife Margrethe Andersdatter, who on 27 October 1664 received a license to run an inn in Sønderho. About the location of the inn in Sønderho before 1722, there are today no definite clues.
On April 20, 1685, Oluf Christian Engelstoft and his wife Margrethe Klyne take over the letter of commitment to "Synderhoe krou".
1722 Engelstoft's daughter Otte Sophie Engelstoft inherits the grant in 1722, when her mother dies. On 2 May 1722, she had a new tavern built in Sønderho. The reason why Otte Sophie has a new inn built is probably that the old inn had become too secluded.
In 1728, Otte Sophie Engelstoft sells Sønderho Kro to Peder Hansen Brinch, who thereby acquires the title deed to the inn, but Otte Sophie still retains the license. Upon her death in 1742, he applied for it himself, and received the grant on August 20, 1742.
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
gm: married to:
lbn .: serial number
sst .: same place
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.
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
4 Oluf Christian Engelstoft, deceased. The widow in Brøndum.
||Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
||14 Apr 2021 |