Hans Peter Langkilde

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  • Name Hans Peter Langkilde 
    Born 6 Feb 1871  Julskov, Kullerup, Svendborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 29 Feb 1940, Kjøbenhavn, Denmark
      Fritze Ida Flies Jacobi


      København, København (Staden), Sofievej, , 18es, 99, FT-1901, E1597
      Hans Peter Langkilde 1871/02/06, G, Husfader, Sagførerfuldmægtig, Fødested, Kullerup. Fyen
      Fritze Ida Flies Langkilde, 1871/07/04, G, Husmoder, Fødested, Frederiksberg
      (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


      København, København (Staden), Svanemosegaardsvej, , -, 132, FT-1925, D7405
      Hans Peter Langkilde, 6/2 1871, G, Husfader, Fuldm i Kjøbenhavns Byret, Fødested, Kullerup Vinding Herred
      Fritze Ida Flies f. Jacobi Langkilde, 4/7 1871, G, Husmoder, Fødested,Frederiksberg
      Axel Christian Langkilde, 2/12 1899, U, Slægtning, Fødested, Kjøbenhavn
      (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


      Wikipedia
      Frederik Ferdinand Jacobi ( 24 May 1830 in Sorø - 6 October 1900 ) was a Danish officer .
      He was the son of architect Johannes Paulus Jacobi and Ida Kirstine Margrethe born Bagge, was cadet in 1845 and was appointed after passing the officer's examination in 1849 as second lieutenant in the 5th reserve battalion with the order of age from 1848 . He took part in the battle at Helligbæk , the battle of Isted and the fencing at Stenten Mill and came at the end of the war to the 11th Battalion, but then returned to his old department and carried out various surveying work in the southern part of Schleswig . After the dissolution of the battalion in 1852and until his appointment as first lieutenant in 1859 , Jacobi served in several different divisions, but from 1860 was employed as an adjutant at the 3rd Infantry Brigade in Rendsburg , until in 1863 he became platoon commander and detachment commander in Glückstadt .

      From 1 January 1864 he was employed by the Army High Command as an adjutant and as such participated in the defense of Dannevirke and Dybbøl as well as the battle on 18 April . When the high command was dissolved, he became adjutant at the 2nd General Command , until in 1867 he was appointed captain and employed in the Ministry of War to assist in the implementation of the Army Act . The following year he was appointed chief of its 1st office, served in 1880 for a short time in the 4th Battalion, but was appointed after the adoption of the Army Act of 25 July.the same year to lieutenant colonel and shortly afterwards to head of department in the Ministry of War, which position he held until his death. In 1889 he was appointed colonel and in 1891 he was pardoned by the Dannebro Order of the 1st degree with the Commander's Cross . In 1883 , Jacobi was ordered to witness the maneuvers of the 4th and 11th Prussian Army Corps.

      On 19 October 1861 he married Frederikke Flies (died 1886), daughter of a merchant and ship's clerk Flies in Elsinore . Jacobi died on October 6, 1900.
      Sourcesedit

      Jacobi, Frederik Ferdinand in Dansk Biografisk Leksikon (1st edition, volume 8, 1894), authored by PN Nieuwenhuis

      Wikimedia Commons has several files related to Frederik Ferdinand Jacobi

      Danish Biographical Lexicon / VIII. Bind. Holst - Juul /


      Jacobi, Christian Frederik, 1739-1810, Konferensraad, Forfatter - Jacobi, Frederik Ferdinand, f. 1830, Officer

      Jacobi, Frederik Ferdinand, 1830-1900, Officer.
      J., son of Architect Johannes Paulus J. and Ida
      Kirstine Margrethe b. Bagge, was born on 24 May 1830
      in Sorø. He became a Land Cadet in 1845 and was appointed
      Second Lieutenant
      in the 5th Reserve Battalion with the Order of the Age from
      1848. participated in the Battle of Helligbæk, the Battle
      at Isted and Fencing at Stenten Mill and came
      at the end of the war to the 11th Battalion, but then
      returned to his old department and carried out various
      surveying work in the southern part of Schleswig. After the
      dissolution of the Battalion in 1852 and until the Appointment as
      First Lieutenant in 1859, J.
      served in several different departments, but was from 1860 employed as
      Adjutant at the 3rd Infantry Brigade in Rensborg, until
      he became 1863



    Gender Male 
    Died

    • (Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet - Rigsarkivet)

    Person ID I17590  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 24 Apr 2021 

    Father Hans Peter Egeløkke Langkilde,   b. 12 Aug 1836, Sandholt, Lyndelse Sogn, Svendborg Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Apr 1924, Nyborg, Svendborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years) 
    Mother Ingeborg Marie Engelstoft,   b. 1839, Kjøbenhavn, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 May 1902, Julskov, Kullerup Sogn, Vinding Herred, Svendborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years) 
    Married 31 Oct 1862  Sankt Knuds Kirke, Odense Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F6293  Group Sheet

    Family Fritze Ida Flies Jacobi,   b. 4 Jul 1871, Frederiksberg, København, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Axel Christian Langkilde,   b. 2 Dec 1889, Kjøbenhavn Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 24 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F6296  Group Sheet


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