Hector  Estrup

Hector Estrup

1934 - 2016  (82 years)

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  • Name Hector Estrup 
    Born 1934 
    • WikiPedia)
      Hector Estrup (1860-1914) was the father of chamberlain, court huntsman, cand.phil Jacob Estrup (1897-1987) to Kongsdal and to chamberlain , court huntsman , cand.jur. Niels Rudolph Estrup (1899-1973) to Skaføgård and Fjeld, who was married to Thalia born Baroness Wedell-Wedellsborg and parents to the national economist , professor , dr.polit and chamberlain Hector Estrup (1934-2016) to Skaføgaard, court huntsman, forestry candidate Vilhelm Estrup (1936-2013) to Fjeld and civil engineer, dr.merc. Christian Estrup(1939-1995). Jacob Estrup (1897-1987) was the father of chamberlain, court hunter Iakob Estrup to Kongsdal (1925-2012), who was the father of chamberlain, court hunter Hans Iakob Estrup to Kongsdal (born 1960).

      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.


      Wikipedia

      Hector Estrup (economist)

      Hector Estrup (born 16 January 1934 in Copenhagen , died 2 October 2016 [1] ) was a Danish economist , professor emeritus, landowner and chamberlain .

      Academic career

      Estrup was a landowner from 1967 and owned Skaføgård from 1971 to 2007 , where he handed over the estate to his son Jacob Christen Estrup. In 1968 -80 he sat on the board of the Association of Forest and Landowners.

      Hector Estrup was one of the royal family's closest friends and in 1999 became chamberlain. He was also a Knight of the 1st degree of the Order of the Dannebrog (since November 18, 1999) and bore the Badge of Merit ( Austria ).

      References
      External referencesedit
      Hector Estrup on gravsted.dk
      Biography in the Danish Biographical Lexicon , 3rd edition

      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Skaføgård is a manor house in the parish of Hvilsager in Syddjurs Municipality in the eastern Jutland peninsula of Djursland, Denmark. It is not one of Denmark's largest manor-houses, but one of the best preserved. Inside there is an enormous oak closet carved by the Dutch carpenter Mikkel van Gronningen whose most famous work is the pulpit in Århus Cathedral. The closet covers 13 m2 (140 sq ft) of wall space and, in view of its rich detail, is considered to be one of the most outstanding examples of carved wooden Renaissance furniture in Northern Europe
      History
      Skaføgård was built around 1580 by Danish nobleman Jørgen Rosenkrantz (1523-1596) who had two sons: Otto Rosenkrantz and Holger Rosenkrantz (1574-1642). As soon as he was able, he built a manor for both of them: Skaføgård and Rosenholm in 1559. Unfortunately Otto died early, after which Skaføgård became a dower house for Jørgen's wife, Dorthe Lange, until her death in 1613. After this the estate was handed over to the son Holger. His son Gunde Rosenkrantz (1604-1675) had to sell it in 1647 because of poor finances. After that the estate often changed hands in the following century. [3][4] [5]
      One of the later owners was Jacob Brønnum Scavenius Estrup (1825?1913) who acquired it in 1852. His descendants still own Skaføgård.
      Owners
      (1852-1907) Jacob Brønnum Scavenius Estrup
      (1907-1939) Jacob Estrup (son)
      (1939-1967) Niels Rudolph Estrup (nephew) -
      (1967-1971) Hector Estrup / Vilhelm Estrup / Christian Estrup (Niels' 3 sons)
      (1971?2007) Hector Estrup
      (2007? ) Jacob Christen Estrup (son)


    Gender Unknown 
    Died 2016 
    Person ID I17573  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 20 Apr 2021 

    Father Niels Rudolph Estrup,   b. 1899,   d. 1973  (Age 74 years) 
    Mother Thalia Baroness Wedell-Wedellsborg 
    Family ID F6288  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Skaføgård  manor house, Bridge over the moat
    Skaføgård manor house, Bridge over the moat
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Skaføgård is a manor house in the parish of Hvilsager in Syddjurs Municipality in the eastern Jutland peninsula of Djursland, Denmark. It is not one of Denmark's largest manor-houses, but one of the best preserved. Inside there is an enormous oak closet carved by the Dutch carpenter Mikkel van Gronningen whose most famous work is the pulpit in Århus Cathedral. The closet covers 13 m2 (140 sq ft) of wall space and, in view of its rich detail, is considered to be one of the most outstanding examples of carved wooden Renaissance furniture in Northern Europe
    History
    Skaføgård was built around 1580 by Danish nobleman Jørgen Rosenkrantz (1523-1596) who had two sons: Otto Rosenkrantz and Holger Rosenkrantz (1574-1642). As soon as he was able, he built a manor for both of them: Skaføgård and Rosenholm in 1559. Unfortunately Otto died early, after which Skaføgård became a dower house for Jørgen's wife, Dorthe Lange, until her death in 1613. After this the estate was handed over to the son Holger. His son Gunde Rosenkrantz (1604-1675) had to sell it in 1647 because of poor finances. After that the estate often changed hands in the following century.
    One of the later owners was Jacob Brønnum Scavenius Estrup (1825-1913) who acquired it in 1852. His descendants still own Skaføgård.
    Owners
    (1852-1907) Jacob Brønnum Scavenius Estrup
    (1907-1939) Jacob Estrup (son)
    (1939-1967) Niels Rudolph Estrup (nephew) -
    (1967-1971) Hector Estrup / Vilhelm Estrup / Christian Estrup (Niels' 3 sons)
    (1971-2007) Hector Estrup
    (2007? ) Jacob Christen Estrup (son)


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