Queensland Family Trees
1939 - 1995 (56 years)
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Christian Estrup (born 18 March 1939 in Pindstrup , died 4 September 1995 in Copenhagen ) was a Danish civil engineer and dr.merc.
He was the son of a chamberlain , cand.jur. Niels Rudolph Estrup and Thalia Louise Baroness Wedell-Wedellsborg (1905-1996) and brother of the national economist Hector Estrup and the forester Vilhelm Estrup . He was co-owner of Skaføgård 1967 - 71 and later owner of the properties Vesterskoven and Rådved-Kjærsgaard.
He is buried in Holmen's Cemetery
Investments in Danish industry , 1972.
The Danish chemical industry , 1973.
(together with HM Martinsen): Foreign workers as a factor in the Danish economy , 1973.
Børsens Råvarehåndbog , 1975.
Buying and selling a business, a practical guide , 1985.
Acquisition of Danish companies abroad , 1989 (dissertation)
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
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.
(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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