Peder Estrup

Peder Estrup

Male 1756 - 1818  (62 years)

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  • Name Peder Estrup 
    Born 6 Oct 1756  Nibe, Aalborg Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • N o 840. Nykjøbing og Systofte,
      Falsters Sønder Herred, Maribo Amt, Lolland-Falsters Stift.
      BFG 1/3; MS 2-b / 45; LPB x .; Rh. 2/18; S. and K .; Lkm. 2/731; Kbg. New purchase. 1705, Systofte 1643 .


      12. 18/3 1803 [Rtr. Rim. 88] Mag. Peter Estrup ; [25/11 1803 Randers ; see der].


      Randers.
      N o 902. Parish Priests to St. Mortens Church.
      [Støvring Herred, Randers Amt, Aarhuus Stift]
      MS III .; K. 3/150; LPB 184; P. 55; Galthen 157; Aarh. M .; Kbg. 1656 .
      Note In 1698, the Castle Parish was united with St. Mortens.

      4. 25/11 1803 [ Nykjøb.-S. 18/3 pp. A.] Mag. Peter Estrup , born Nibe 6/10 56; F. Christen E., formerly Forv. Mr. Lindenborg; M. Magd. Lauritsdtr. Engelstoft by Sebber-L. ; St. pr. Aalbg. 72; Cand. philol. 77, l .; Cand. th. 7/12 79, h .; Alumnus P. Borchs Coll. 79?82 ; Mag. 82; Hear. Kbh. s. A .; Rtr. Rim. 23/5 88; Pr. 03; R. m. Apr. 10/7 12; ~ 85 Gedske Cathrine Jungersen af Gjøl , d. 4/3 57, ? Kbh. 19/3 30; 3 S., 3 D .; [? 31/12 1818; about his worth especially as a schoolman there is only one opinion; zealous as a Priest; connected Seriousness with Gentleness; instilled at the same time Respect and Love; E. 1/389 and S. 1/435].
      Borchs K. No. 380 .


      Randers.
      No 902. Sognepræster til St. Mortens Kirke.
      [Støvring Herred, Randers Amt, Aarhuus Stift]
      M. S. III.; K. 3/150; L. P. B. 184; P. 55; Galthen 157; Aarh. M.; Kbg. 1656.
      Anm. 1698 blev Slotssognet forenet med St. Mortens.

      14. 25/11 1803 [Nykjøb.-S. 18/3 s. A.] Mag. Peter Estrup, f. Nibe 6/10 56; F. Christen E., tidligere Forv. p. Lindenborg; M. Magd. Lauritsdtr. Engelstoft af Sebber-L.; St. pr. Aalbg. 72; Cand. philol. 77, l.; Cand. th. 7/12 79, h.; Alumnus p. Borchs Coll. 79?82; Mag. 82; Hør. Kbh. s. A.; Rtr. Rand. 23/5 88; Pr. 03; R. m. Apr. 10/7 12; ~ 85 Gedske Cathrine Jungersen af Gjøl, d. 4/3 57, ? Kbh. 19/3 30; 3 S., 3 D.; [? 31/12 1818; om hans Værd især som Skolemand er der kun een Mening; nidkjær som Præst; forbandt Alvor med Blidhed; indgjød til samme Tid Agtelse og Kjærlighed; E. 1/389 og S. 1/435].
      Borchs K. nr. 380.


      N o 325. Gjøl,
      Hvetbo Herred, Hjørring County, Aalborg Diocese.
      AHN; V. 46; EM; M. Nr. 497; MS III .; PM 96; Vahls M. 7; Kbg. 1684
      [Unless otherwise stated, corrections and supplements are from Klitgaard, see below.]

      11. 15/3 1748 [p. Cap. * 5/5 47, o. 9/6] Peder Jensen Jungersen , fp Gjøl 11/7 20; F. Jens Jensen; M. Ellen Christensdtr .; St. Aalbg. 38; C. 42, h .; Pr. 18/11 67; ~ 12/9 48 FD Judithe Andersdtr. Thorning, d. 27/9 19, ? Brøndum 8/6 00; 2 S., 3 D .; see Andreas J. in Brøndum-S.-T. ; P. Estrup in Randers ; [? 31/3 1796].
      KUM II, p. 591 (»Petrus Iungersen«, 18 years old).
      (17/6 1796. AG Møller ; see Byrum-V.-H. )




      Laurits Struch Christiansen Engelstoft af Sønderho

      N o 986. Sebber and Lundby,
      Delete Herred, Aalborg County, Viborg Diocese.
      AHN; MS III .; LS *; Lkm. 3/271; Kbg. 17 01 .
      Note The pastor lives in Barmer. At Sebbersund is a mountain, where in the past a church must have stood, built St. Nicolao in Honor, whose Rudera is still known (Pont. Atl. 5/41).

      9. 4/3 el. 4/5 1729 [r. Cap. Varde 25/2 27] Laurits Struch Christiansen Engelstoft af Sønderho , b. 19/9 02; St. Ribe 23, Bacc. 24 ; C. 28/5 25, h .; Pr. ? / 3 60; ~ 10/6 29 Maren Bjørn Nielsdtr. Kragelund by Varde Jacobi K. , ? 75; 3 S., 1 D .; see Christian LE in Næsborg-S.-O. ; Jens RLE and Greve-K. ; HC Lemvig in Ulstrup-G. ; (Mag. P. Estrup in Randers ); [# 1778; ? Ulstrup ? / 12 79; W. 1/282].
      KUM II, pp. 454, 459 (»Laurentius Struch Engelstoft«, 21 years old).

      Randers, Støvring, Randers Købstad, Randers Købstad, , 678, FT-1801, B9189
      Peder Estrup, 45, Gift, Husbonde, Magister og rector
      Giedske Chatrine Jungersen, 44, Gift, Hans Kone
      Magdalene Chatrina Estrup, 15, Ugift, Deres barn
      Juditte Petrine Estrup, 12, Deres barn
      Christen Estrup, 10, Deres barn
      Hector Fridrich Estrup, 8, Deres barn
      (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


      Peder Estrup
      Danish Biographical Lexicon Education and teaching Principals
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      Peder Estrup, 6.10.1756-31.12.1818, rector, priest. Born in Nibe, died in Randers, buried sst. Es birth cost his mother his life, and when he also lost his father a few years later, he came to the house of his uncle, the later provost, mag. Christian Engelstoft who in 1772 graduated him to the university. In 1777 he took the great philological degree, in 1779 theologically certified. As a student he was known for his excellent knowledge, especially in Greek - his nickname was "Peder Grækeren" - and in 1779 he got a place at Borch's college where in 1780-82 he published three dissertations De Genio Socratis and otherwise spent some for his development significant years. In 1782 he took his master's degree with great fame and became a hearer at Our Lady's School in Copenhagen. One of his disciples, the later bishop JP Mynster,says that he was the only one of the teachers who knew how to put himself in respect, partly thanks to his great rigor. In 1788, E. became rector of Randers. He received a completely neglected school, but in a few years he succeeded in bringing it to its feet and gaining a reputation as one of the country's most excellent principals. Among the 112 disciples he graduated in 1799 was Steen Steensen Blicher who set him very high. Pedagogically, E., as personally associated with Ove Høegh-Guldberg,conservative, and when he looked with disapproval at the Duke of Augustenborg's reforms of the learned school system and even sat in very scarce conditions as principal, he sought vocation. In 1803 he became parish priest in Nykøbing F., but already turned s.å. back to Randers as parish priest at Skt. Morten's church and provost in Støvring hrd. (Provstiet he surrendered in 1812). Though held by his congregation, he never felt completely happy as a priest. The school deed had been his proper calling. Many internal and external circumstances prevented him in his later years from acting as a writer. A number of school speeches he has left behind show him as a knowledgeable, humanely educated personality. -Range with county provosts 1812.
      Family
      Parents: tenants on Kyø and Lindenborg Christen E. (1710-64) and Magdalene Engelstoft (1730-56). Married 31.8.1785 in Ålborg to Gedske Cathrine Jungersen, baptized 9.3.1757 in Gøl, died 19.3.1830 in Copenhagen. (Trin.), D. By Provost Peder J. (1720-96) and Judithe Andersdatter Thorning (1719-1800). - Father of HFJE


      Old Kirstineberg
      Kirstineberg was established as a manor house in 1773.
      The current main building was built in 1773 with materials from Nykøbing Castle.
      In 1863, Kirstineberg was divided into two independent manors: Ny Kirstineberg and Gammel Kirstineberg.
      Ownership
      (1845-1848) Peder Estrup
      (1848-1851) JBS Estrup

      Wikipedia
      Estrup is a Danish family whose ancestor, Christen Estrup (died 1757), who was first a tenant at Lindenborg Estate , later living in Nibe , became the father of town and town hall clerk in Elsinore , councilor Lauritz Christian Estrup (1753-1826) and to magister Peder Estrup (1756-1818), who with great skill held the office of rector in Randers , where he later worked as parish priest and provost . The latter's eldest daughter married professor, conference councilor Laurids Engelstoft , his sons were mayor of Odense , conference councilor Christian Estrup(1790-1868), who left no sons, the doctor Peder Jungersen Estrup (1791-1830), who went into Russian service, but whose descendants live in this country, and the historian, state councilor , dr.phil. Hector Frederik Janson Estrup , who was the father of the statesman, council president Jacob Brønnum Scavenius Estrup (1825-1913). This was i.a. father of chamberlain , court huntsman Hector Estrup to Ormstrup and Kongsdal (1860-1914), to Adam Estrup to Fårupgård (1864-1934) and to cand.theol.
      Jacob Estrup to Skaføgård (1870-1941).

      Court huntsman Vilhelm Estrup to Fjeld was the father of Vibeke Estrup (born 1971), actress Regitze Estrup (born 1974) and court huntsman Frederik Emil Valdemar Estrup (born 1977) to Fjeld.

      Master of Science in Engineering, HD, dr.merc. Christian Estrup (1939-1995) was married to secretary of the Hofmarskallatet Birgitte Estrup (1943-2009), and together they were the parents of mechanical engineer, MA Adam Peter Estrup (born 1964), married to court huntsman Dorte Fonnesbech-Wulff Estrup to Vesterbygaard , cand .ling.merc. Louise Estrup (born 1966) and cand.med., PhD, Thalia Marie Blicher (born 1970).

      Another Hector Frederik Jansen Estrup (1854-1904) was the son of hospital director Laurits Carl Constantin Estrup and became an architect in Horsens . His son, journalist Lauritz Albert Zwergius Estrup (1890-1974) was mayor of Copenhagen and father of the national economist and politician Jørgen Frederik Grundtvig Estrup (born 1942).

      Master of Science in Engineering , dr.phil. Knud Karl Vibe Estrup (1884-1978) also belongs to the family.
      Sourcesedit

      V. Bang, Plate of JBS Estrup's Ancestors .
      Carl Lindberg Nielsen, The Estrup Family for 250 years , Odense 1955.
      The Estrup family through 300 years, 1705-2002: Equestrian farmer in Estrup, Øster Hornum parish, Christen Poulsen's descendants in the male lines , Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag 2002. ISBN 87-7838-773-6





    Gender Male 
    Buried 11 Jan 1818  Sankt Mortens, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died 31 Dec 1818  Sankt Mortens, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Randers Sankt Mortens Sogn
      Kontraministerialbog
      1815-1820
      Opslag 177
      Magister Peder Estrup died 31 Dec 1818, buried, 11 Jan 1818, sognpræst in Ranmders- aged 62 years
    Person ID I17480  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 20 Apr 2021 

    Father Christen Christensen Estrup,   b. 1710, Estrup, Hørby Parish, Aalborg Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Apr 1764, Nibe, Aalborg Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 54 years) 
    Mother Magdalene Lauritsdatter Engelstoft,   b. 1730, Barmer præstegård, Sebber sogn Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1756  (Age 26 years) 
    Family ID F6263  Group Sheet

    Family Gedske Cathrine Jungersen,   c. 9 Mar 1757, Gøl,Hjørring, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Mar 1830, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 73 years) 
    Married 31 Aug 1785  Ålborg , Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. Hector Frederik Janson Estrup,   b. 5 Jan 1794, Randers Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Dec 1846, Kongsdal, Undløse, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years)
    +2. Juditte Petrine Estrup,   b. 1789, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Magdalene Cathrine Estrup,   b. 1786, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location
    +4. Christian Estrup,   b. 20 Jun 1790, Randers, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Sep 1868, Odense, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
    +5. Peder Jungersen Estrup,   b. 12 Aug 1791, Randers Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1830, Rusland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 38 years)
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F6264  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Peder Estrup, rector and priest b. 1756 d. 1818. Relief by HE Freund 1825 1820-29
    Peder Estrup, rector and priest b. 1756 d. 1818. Relief by HE Freund 1825 1820-29
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    Peder Estrup, rector and priest b. 1756 d. 1818. Relief by HE Freund 1825 1820-29 The last neoclassical monument in Sct. Mortens Kirke is Hermann Freund's memorial stone to the former principal at Randers school and later priest and provost at Sct. Mortens Kirke, Peder Estrup (1756-1818). The monument was commissioned by his son Hector Estrup, historian and director of Sorø Academy that should have been friends with the artist. The order was given to Freund, while he was still in Rome, where he worked in Thorvaldsen's workshop. The memorial plaque was completed in 1821 and later in 1825 exhibited at Charlottenborg. It is one of the earliest monuments within the type of ecclesiastical works that Freund was to excel in later, and where he was to show his independence from Thorvaldsen. The memorial plaque consists of a white marble relief depicting a priest kneeling at an altar. The frame is dark flamed marble with a Latin inscription in the pedestal. The relief does not show a portrait figure, but an idealized depiction of a praying priest. The figure is very expressively made, especially the head bend and the design of the hands is finely carved. Although the altar is equipped with a cross, candle and bible, in addition to being an ordinary altar, it also has a symbolic character. The priest kneels facing a candelabra, where the smoke from the extinguished flame can still be seen. On the other side of the priest stands a winged hourglass: Time flies and the flame of life goes out.
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