||Erik Schaffaletzky de Muckadell |
||05 Aug 1888
||Brobygaard, Sønder Broby Parish, Svendborg County, Denmark
- Sønder Broby Sogn 1868 - 1891: Opslag No 47 : Birth No 7
Born 1888, 5 August, Erik Schaffaltzky de Muckadell Foraeldrenes: Grev Albrecht Christopher Carl Ludvig Schaffalitzky de Muckadell and Hustr. [Wife] Charlotte Christiane Sofie nee [fodt] Cederfeld de Simonsen, age 25 years, from Brobygaard. Christening in the Kirke 14 October: Fadder. Lehngreve E. Schaffalitzky de Muckadell from Arreskov: Kammerherre Cederfeld de Simonsen, Erholm: Baro? - C. B. Schaffalitzky de Muckadell, - - : - Bille Brahe, Copenhagen and Fraagdegaard: Student: Hans Chr Cederfeld de Simonsen of Copenhagen: Estatsraardinde Uldall and and Baronesse Bille Brahe of Copenhagen
(Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet-Rigsarkivet)
Brobyværk - one of Denmark's most famous weapons factories in the 17th century - was located at Brobygaard.
In 1783, the farms Brobygaard, Ølstedgaard, Arreskov and Gelskov were united in the county of Muckadell.
Despite a fire in 1921 and several extensive restorations, the main building from 1673 has been preserved in 2013.
According to the Rantzauske tablet from approx. 1590, which is found on Krengerup and manufactures the Rantzau family tree, Brobygaard originally consisted of a whitewashed half-timbered house with a basement and two narrow half-timbered extensions surrounded by tombs.
Brobygaard is probably identical to Gammelbogaard, which was mentioned in sources as early as the 14th century, but the farm's medieval history is uncertain. Only from Bild Nielsen Bruckow's ownership of Brobygård in 1568 can one give a complete picture of the ownership history.
Bild Nielsen Bruckow's family owned Brobygaard for a few decades in the late 16th century, after which the farm was sold to the nobleman Frantz Rantzau. Frantz Rantzau, the son of the Holstein governor Henrik Rantzau, was a soldier around Europe in his youth. Among other things, he participated in the Dutch War of Independence before returning home to Denmark and joining the court service. In 1612, Frantz Rantzau fell in the Kalmar War, leaving Brobygaard to his son, Henrik Rantzau.
Henrik Rantzau sold Brobygaard to his cousin, Anne Rosenkrantz. At her death in 1645, her brother-in-law Anders Bille bought out his co-heirs and became the sole owner of Brobygaard and the associated holdings, which consisted of 24 farms and 15 houses.
Anders Bille, who was a prominent representative of the old nobility, was in 1642 appointed marshal, ie. the country's military commander. He led the defense during the Torstensson War (1643-1635), which Denmark lost. Bille subsequently sought to improve the country's defense capability, i.a. through the creation of a national militia. In 1648 he also built the weapons factory, Brobyværk, at Brobygaard. The factory was to ensure the Armed Forces an adequate supply of weapons, and several of the factory's weapons can today be seen on e.g. Tøjhusmuseet.
At the outbreak of the First Karl Gustav War (1657-1658), Bille was killed in the defense of Frederiksodde.
In 1701, Bille's grandson Brobygaard sold to Christian Nielsen Fogh, who was a tenant at Brahesborg. Fogh had earned a small fortune as a money lender, i.a. to several of the landowners of the period who were having a hard time financially.
By detours and through marriage, Albrecht Christopher Schaffalitzky de Muckadell came into possession of Brobygaard in 1769. In his second marriage to Kirstine Juel Reedtz, Muckadell also acquired the manors Arreskov and Gelskov, which in 1783 became part of the newly established county of Muckadell and Brogaard.
Schaffalitzky de Muckadell expanded the farm and modernized agriculture with the introduction of new cultivation methods, with three years of operation followed by four years of rest. Muckadell was also among the first to introduce the clover in Denmark, just as he initiated the replacement of the fixtures and relocated the fixtures.
Albrecht Christopher Schaffalitzky de Muckadell's grandson of the same name was also a skilled landowner and even highly regarded by the area's population. After his death in 1858, the locals erected, as was the custom during the period, a memorial stone for him close to the farm park.
It was not until 1916 under Albrecht Christopher Carl Ludvig Schaffalitzky de Muckadell that the fixtures were put up for sale.
In connection with the Land Replacement Act, County Muckadell passed into freehold in 1925. The farm was in 2013 owned by Erik Engelke County Count Schaffalitzky de Muckadell and Jacob Baron Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1764-1765) Hans Frederik Windtz
(1765-1769) Christiane Sophie Ernst, married 1) Fogh 2) Windtz, 3) Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1769-1797) Albrecht Christopher Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1797-1823) Erik Skeel Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1823-1858) Albrecht Christopher Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1858-1905) Erik Engelke Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1905-1939) Albrecht Christopher Carl Ludvig Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1939-1963) Erik Engelke Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(1963-1980) Michael Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
(2011-) Erik Engelke Schaffalitzky de Muckadell and Jacob Schaffalitzky de Muckadell
||14 Oct 1888
||Sønder Broby Kirke
||Brobygaard , Sønder Broby Parish, Svendborg
|Census year: FT-1890 County: Svendborg District: Sallinge Parish: Sønder Broby Place name: S. Broby, S. Broby sogn|
Title no /address: Brobygaard Source entry no: B0692 Record no: 466
Comments: Midlertidigt opholdssted - Arreskov, Ø. Hæsinge sogn
Albrecht Christoffer Carl Ludvig Schaffaletzky de Muckadell 30 Gift husfader forpagter, greve Arreskov, Øster Hæsinge, Svendborg Amt
Charlotte Sofie Christiane født Cederfeld de Simonsen 26 Gift husmoder Erholm, Aarup sogn, Odense Amt
Mary Poulsen 30 Ugift tjenestetyende kammerjomfru Nyborg, Svendborg Amt
Nielsine Christine Jensen 20 Ugift do [tjenestetyende] barnepige her i sognet [S. Broby]
Erik Schaffaletzky de Muckadell 1 Ugift barn do [S. Broby]
pigebarn endnu uden navn - - do [barn] Erholm, Aarup sogn
||Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
||25 Apr 2021 |
||Albrecht Christopher Carl Ludvig Schaffaletzky de Muckadell, b. 11 Jul 1859, Arreskov Hovedgaard, Øster Hæsinge Parish, Svendborg, Denmark |
||Charlotte Christiane Sofie Cederfeld de Simonsen, b. 12 Dec 1862, Nyborg Parish, Svendborg County, Denmark , d. 14 Apr 1918, Arreskov Hovegaard, Øster Hæsinge Parish, (Age 55 years) |
||07 Sep 1887
||Erholm Hovegaard, Rørup Parish, Odense County
- Rørup Sogn Kirkebog 1854 - 1891: Opslag No 67: Marriage No 3
Ungkarl Albrecht Kristopher Carl Ludvig Schaffaletzky de Muckadell stamherre - grevskabet Muckadell. Born 11 July, christened 16 Aug 1859, age 28 years and Froken Charlotte Sofie Christiane født Cederfeld de Simonsen of Erlholm, born 12 December 1862, christened 14 May 1863, age 25 years. Married 7 Sep 1887
stamme = be descended: herre (abbreviated as Hr) = Mr (upper class use only), gentleman, lord
greve = count, earl
Frøken = Miss
||Anna Elisabeth Lange, b. 19 Oct 1896, Ørbæklunde, Ørbæk Sogn. Svendborg Amt, Denmark |
||9 Sep 1923
||Ørbæk Kirke, Ørbæk Sogn. Svendborg Amt, Denmark
- Ørbæk Sogn
Marriage, 9 Sep 1923, Ørbæk Kirke
Ungkarl Cand jur Erik Schaffaletzky de Muckadell, Greve, Forpagter, of Brobygaard, son of Lengreve Albrecht . . . . . Schaffaletzky de Muckadell and Charlotte . . Cederfeld de Simonsen, Brobygaard. He was born 5 Aug 1888 and Pigen Anna Elisabeth Lange, Ørbæklunde, daughter of Godsejer Lieutenent Rasmus Lars Haagen Leth Lange, and Hustru Bodil Lange of Ørbæklunde, Ørbæk By and Sogn. Born 18 Oct 1896 and christened 30 Nov 1896 in Ørbæk Kirke.
Lengreve Albrecht Christopher Schaffaletzky de Muckadell, Brobygaard and Bodil Lange, Ørbæklunde were the witnesses.
(Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet-Rigsarkivet)
||25 Apr 2021 |