Bodil Ingeborg Blach

Female


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  • Name Bodil Ingeborg Blach 
    Born
    • Randers, Djurs Sønder, Lyngby, Lykkesholm, 1a, 268, FT-1901, E0373
      Jørgen Blach, 185/604/02, G, Husfader, Landmand, Fødested, Skødstrup Sogn Randers Amt
      Anette Blach, 1865/10/10, G, Husmoder, Fødested, Middelfart
      Agnete Blach, 1887/05/13, Barn, Fødested, Rosmus Sogn Randers Amt
      Magnus Blach, 1888/08/27, Barn, Fødested, Rosmus Sogn Randers Amt
      Ellen Blach, 1890/08/25, Barn,Fødested, Rosmus Sogn Randers Amt
      Erik Blach, 1892/12/24, Barn, Fødested, Rosmus Sogn Randers Amt
      Tage Blach, 1895/06/21, Barn, Fødested, Rosmus Sogn Randers Amt
      Bodil Lugeborg Blach, 1897/03/19, Barn, Fødested,
      (Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

      Lykkesholm Gods

      Lykkesholm

      In its early history, Lykkesholm has been owned by i.a. the noble family Juel.
      In the period 1681-1802, Lykkesholm was incorporated into the barony of Høgholm.

      Lykkesholm's neoclassical main building was built in 1804.
      To Lykkesholm belongs a garden of approx. three tdr. land.



      Ownership history

      The manor Lykkesholm has existed since the middle of the 16th century. In 1552 the farm was owned by Erik Juel, and after his death Lykkesholm was taken over by the widow, Anne Friis, and later by the son, Iver Juel. Iver Juel died in 1607 without leaving any children, after which Lykkesholm came to Børge Trolle. In 1643, Lykkesholm was owned by Erik Høg, who was succeeded by his son, Iver Juul Høg. In 1681, Iver Juul Høg placed the farm under the barony of Høgholm. A barony was a so-called majorat, which meant that under normal circumstances the estate could not be sold, mortgaged or divided between several heirs.

      In 1801, however, the owner of the barony Høgholm received royal permission to sell Lykkesholm from the barony, and that the farm could retain its main farm freedom, even if the estate was sold off. In 1802, Lykkesholm could therefore be sold at auction to Otto Christoffer Mønsted, who kept the farm until his death in 1823. The same year Lykkesholm came up for forced auction, and the farm's new owners were Otto Christoffer Mønsted's son, P M Mønsted, and his brother-in-law, P. Achton. After P. Achton's death in 1835, the widow Margrethe G S Mønsted took over her husband's share and in 1836 her brother's share of Lykkesholm, after which she remarried in 1844 to A H Westergaard.

      In 1875, A H Westergaard sold Lykkeholm to his stepson, OM Achton, who owned the farm until 1897, after which Jørgen Blach came into possession of Lykkesholm. On Jørgen Blach's death in 1929, first his widow and then his son T. Blach Lykkesholm took over.

      In 2013, Lykkesholm was owned by Jørgen Blach.

      Ownership

      (1835-1844) Margrethe GS Mønsted, married 1) Achton, 2) Westergaard
      (1836-1844) Margrethe GS Mønsted, married 1) Achton, 2) Westergaard
      (1844-1875) AH Westergaard
      (1875-1897) OM Achton
      (1897-1929) Jørgen Blach
      (1929-1942) Widow of Jørgen Blach
      (1942-1963) T. Blach
      (1963-1997) Mogens Blach
      (1997-) Jørgen Blach


    Gender Female 
    Person ID I17632  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 29 Apr 2021 

    Family Lars Haagen Lange,   b. 6 May 1889, Ørbæklunde, Ørbæk Sogn. Svendborg Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1961, Ørbæklunde, Ørbæk Sogn. Svendborg Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years) 
    Last Modified 29 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F6310  Group Sheet


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