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Vilhelm M. MECKLENBURG

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  • Name Vilhelm M. MECKLENBURG  [1
    Born 20 Mar 1615  Haderslev, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Occupation Between 1642 and 1648  Dunkirk, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Danish Consul in Dunkuerque 1642-1648 
    Death 03 Nov 1677  Drammen, Buskerud, Norge Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name Wilhelm Mechlenburg 
    Died 03 Nov 1677  Stromso, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1438  Conrad Jenssen Family Tree
    Last Modified 19 Jun 2013 

    Father Carsten MECHLENBURG,   b. 1570, Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Tyskland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Jun 1618, Haderslev Købst, Haderslev, Danmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Margrethe SCHNELL,   b. 15 Jun 1574, Haderslev, Sønderjylland, Danmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 01 May 1647, Christiansand, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Married 1602 
    Family ID F61  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Isabella DE BRIER,   b. 28 Oct 1619, Antwerp, Belgium Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Nov 1676, Stromso, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years) 
    Married 1644  Dunkirken Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Anna (Anne) Catharina MECHLENBURG,   b. 28 Sep 1652,   d. 10 Jun 1745  (Age 92 years)  [Natural]
     2. Christiance Margrethe MECHLENBURG,   b. Abt 1660, Bragernes Drammen, Buskerud, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1703, Christiansand, Norway Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 43 years)  [Natural]
    Family ID F943  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Danish Consul in Dunkuerque 1642-1648.

      D. Willum or Mechlenburg Wilhelm, born in Haderslev March 20, 1615, f at Strømsø 3 Novbr. 1677 62 5 A. M. gi. Grmid On the imperial idea in Holstein and Jutland, he listed with her mother in the year 1627 to Christiania, 'which his said Half brother Nils Toller ^) even then had been living for several years, which presumably also have been the occasion for that mother just went up to Norway. From there he went in the year 1630 to London and elsewhere, resided 1636 in Kjø-Copenhagen and was in 1642 Danish Agent or Consultant in Diinkirken where he later became Resident, but was in the year 1648 called to-bake from this line and obtained at the parting of Erkehertug-governor of the Spanish Netherlands with a four Diamonds obsessed Present 1000 Rdls. Value. After having come to-bake, he was 1 January 1649 from Philippi-Jacobi (o: 1 Mai) P. A. hired as Zahlcommissarius in Norway, with an annual salary of 1200 Rdl. after having already in August the previous year had been on the speech that he Krigscommissaire would take over Gommissarii accounts after Jacob Ulfeldt. Already at Rescript of January 9, 1652, it was determined that Gommissariehuset should be abolished and policemen same-office redundancies, however persisted Mechlenburg act as Zahl-commissarius until Philippi Jacobi in 1653, when first accounts were closed. Probably as a replacement for the office, so he had lost, he got the 15 April 1652 at 6 years from Philippi Jacobi P. A. starting in Farming Shem yard and Eker Lehn as when fi: a Hannibal Sehested had fallen back ^) About him see King Christian the Fourth, autograph letters by Bricka and Fredericia, 1636-1640, S. 191 The note and it is quoted. 70 to the crown, against an annual fee of 2,000 Rdl. which he did under 21 October P. A. obtained the 200 Rdls. and later may have had additional Dismissal because the annual fee was only in 1330 Rdl . when he July 24, 1656 got the lease renewed for five years. The 19 Decbr. in 1654, he was probably on this occasion Shot-objectives of common people in Eker, which in no respect had nothing to complain at him. On July 27, 1656, he an annual pension of 300 Rdl. and regarding script of March 9, 1657, it was determined that Vincent Bildt would be Generalcommissarius søndenfjelds in Norway and that he should take Willum Mechlenburg for assistence. After Bildt deaths were Mechlenburg 25 April 1658 administrator who Generalkrigscommissarius in his place, in which capacity he served from 10 May to 29 August 1658th On 31 Decbr. last year he was appointed Krigscommissarius north-mountains, and shall as such Accounts J5: 'a 1 Febr 1659-1 Februar 1661, but calculate the salary equal until a May 1662 when first shops could close. By Rescript of 16 January 1661 he received orders ^) to go to Christiania, to intervene in the General Land Commission, of which he subsequently was a member as President of Gommissionen for Christ stiania Lagdømme if Reporting, dated Sept. 9. P. A., are published in Communications of the Norwegian Rigsarchiv, IS 68 - 88th On January 16, 1663, he was Assistentsraad, proposed July 14, 1665 by Vicar Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve whose favor he apparently has had for Member of the by Rescript of July 7 p. A. under the Governor's own Bureau created Admiralty rotting søndenfjelds if Affected appelleredes directe to the king, during July 22 P. A. also welcomed it Gyldenløve taken Appointment of Members. He is besides the Golden Lion to be-suited to the Assessor in the result of his initiative of 14 March 1666 created Overhofret in Norway, in which he later increasingly seen to have worked, got 30 Novbr. 1672 Rank and seat with Høiesteretsassessorer in Denmark and 3 Febr 1677 with Commerce-^) Notwithstanding Mechlenburg so from 1658-62 when his business has been tied to the Nordenfjeldske Norway, he has surely never had his Residence there. Taader 71. For several years he had Fosseshohii in Lease of Crown and drive a considerable lumber trade and Skibsrhederi together with the rich Anders Madssøn in Tønsberg ^). At War-styrene on the occasion of the Scanian War put him in 3rd class who tællede 60 Persons, which would pay Vg Rdl. daily for treasure. To Strømsø Church he gave with his wife in 1671 a large silver pot to Value of 52 Rdl.
    • http://www.norgeskirker.no/wiki/Strømsø_kirke
      Buried in Strømsø Church
      Burial chambers. The church floor was arranged tombs. They were left church members who rendered particularly large contribution to the construction and decoration of the church, or they were sold. Church builder Daniel Knoff got tomb for himself and his family on the south side during the chorus. Knoff close friend, Wilhelm Mechlenbourg, got tomb on the north side during the chorus. These tombs are equal in size and located adjacent to each other in the choir eastern part, where they occupy the whole width. The chambers have vault and floor with bricks in a herringbone pattern. The plates have cracks, especially southern vault, and both are enhanced by strong pillar in the east. # Of this reinforcement work done in 1779, when it was made repairs in the basement. Moreover, a small chambers, tilgitret window and round arched doorway to the east. Labankdør with iron fittings are preserved. It has originally been covered decline. This was removed when the church was the extension to the east, and instead was put down through the vault in northern tomb. The chambers are partially filled by sand and gravel. According Hesselberg were attached to a silver plate to the wall in Mechlenbourgs tomb. It was engraved a long inscription over Mechlenbourg Wilhelm, who died in 1677. He had "Royal Commerce Council Værdighed" and had even gotten "His Royal Name udi Chiffre with Diamonds besat." Further included inscription also Mechlenbourgs wife Madame Isabella de Bryer, who died 56 years old in 1676. She had in his 32-year marriage 'birth 16 living children of the World, hvoraf 4 sons and 4 daughters live again. " In Mechlenbourgs tomb are 6 chests, two large and two smaller on the west wall and one large and one small by østmuren. The large caskets are rectangular, Leather sarcophagi. Everyone has reportedly inner coffin. The chest in the northeast corner could be identified. It was preserved cartouche which turned out to belong to an inscription plate in Drammen Mouse, (No. 3141) of Mrs. Lene Sophie Kaas b 1682 d 1732, widow of Wilhelm de Tonsberg at Wolf Country. Drammen Mouse. There is also a similar inscription plate with cartouche of her husband (No. 949 Cat. # 383 1901 a). The inscription on the latter by writing font: Mr. Wilhelm de Tonsberg to Wolf Country Gaard Ridder Their Royal Majestetz to Danmarck and Norway Stifts Befahlings Mand over Aggershuus Pin Conferentz and Etatz Raad All Amptmand over Aggershuus Ambt footing the 4th Febr. 1680 Died 13th Septbr. In 1731. Here udi GIEMME Mand As such, Norway meer ey hafver And hardly get af Virtue Sense and af Nature Gafver. Een faithful King Mand hand war A ævigære Minde Hand ud af os has fortienet As never should forsvinde. B: C: K. "H. 49 cm, br. 39 cm.
      Chest # 2 from the south, the west wall, the initials JA and remnants of year 179 The frame of the font field including caduceus and fork symbols of commerce and shipping. Possibly this merchant John Arbo, son of Peter Arbo, whose coffin plate was found by Hesselberg and reproduced in Hesselberg, pp. 166 f, note E.
      Furthermore, in Drammen Mouse. (No. 3142) an oval chest plate from the chamber, with powered leaf wreath and the inscription over Magdelone Elle Pieter de Placa b 1642 d 1670, married Philip van Eynde, commander of Christian Sand Castle. (See also Hesselberg, pp. 162 f)

      Danish Consul in Dunkuerque 1642-1648.

      D. Willum or Mechlenburg Wilhelm, born in Haderslev March 20, 1615, f at Strømsø 3 Novbr. 1677 62 5 A. M. gi. Grmid On the imperial idea in Holstein and Jutland, he listed with her mother in the year 1627 to Christiania, 'which his said Half brother Nils Toller ^) even then had been living for several years, which presumably also have been the occasion for that mother just went up to Norway. From there he went in the year 1630 to London and elsewhere, resided 1636 in Kjø-Copenhagen and was in 1642 Danish Agent or Consultant in Diinkirken where he later became Resident, but was in the year 1648 called to-bake from this line and obtained at the parting of Erkehertug-governor of the Spanish Netherlands with a four Diamonds obsessed Present 1000 Rdls. Value. After having come to-bake, he was 1 January 1649 from Philippi-Jacobi (o: 1 Mai) P. A. hired as Zahlcommissarius in Norway, with an annual salary of 1200 Rdl. after having already in August the previous year had been on the speech that he Krigscommissaire would take over Gommissarii accounts after Jacob Ulfeldt. Already at Rescript of January 9, 1652, it was determined that Gommissariehuset should be abolished and policemen same-office redundancies, however persisted Mechlenburg act as Zahl-commissarius until Philippi Jacobi in 1653, when first accounts were closed. Probably as a replacement for the office, so he had lost, he got the 15 April 1652 at 6 years from Philippi Jacobi P. A. starting in Farming Shem yard and Eker Lehn as when fi: a Hannibal Sehested had fallen back ^) About him see King Christian the Fourth, autograph letters by Bricka and Fredericia, 1636-1640, S. 191 The note and it is quoted. 70 to the crown, against an annual fee of 2,000 Rdl. which he did under 21 October P. A. obtained the 200 Rdls. and later may have had additional Dismissal because the annual fee was only in 1330 Rdl . when he July 24, 1656 got the lease renewed for five years. The 19 Decbr. in 1654, he was probably on this occasion Shot-objectives of common people in Eker, which in no respect had nothing to complain at him. On July 27, 1656, he an annual pension of 300 Rdl. and regarding script of March 9, 1657, it was determined that Vincent Bildt would be Generalcommissarius søndenfjelds in Norway and that he should take Willum Mechlenburg for assistence. After Bildt deaths were Mechlenburg 25 April 1658 administrator who Generalkrigscommissarius in his place, in which capacity he served from 10 May to 29 August 1658th On 31 Decbr. last year he was appointed Krigscommissarius north-mountains, and shall as such Accounts J5: 'a 1 Febr 1659-1 Februar 1661, but calculate the salary equal until a May 1662 when first shops could close. By Rescript of 16 January 1661 he received orders ^) to go to Christiania, to intervene in the General Land Commission, of which he subsequently was a member as President of Gommissionen for Christ stiania Lagdømme if Reporting, dated Sept. 9. P. A., are published in Communications of the Norwegian Rigsarchiv, IS 68 - 88th On January 16, 1663, he was Assistentsraad, proposed July 14, 1665 by Vicar Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve whose favor he apparently has had for Member of the by Rescript of July 7 p. A. under the Governor's own Bureau created Admiralty rotting søndenfjelds if Affected appelleredes directe to the king, during July 22 P. A. also welcomed it Gyldenløve taken Appointment of Members. He is besides the Golden Lion to be-suited to the Assessor in the result of his initiative of 14 March 1666 created Overhofret in Norway, in which he later increasingly seen to have worked, got 30 Novbr. 1672 Rank and seat with Høiesteretsassessorer in Denmark and 3 Febr 1677 with Commerce-^) Notwithstanding Mechlenburg so from 1658-62 when his business has been tied to the Nordenfjeldske Norway, he has surely never had his Residence there. Taader 71. For several years he had Fosseshohii in Lease of Crown and drive a considerable lumber trade and Skibsrhederi together with the rich Anders Madssøn in Tønsberg ^). At War-styrene on the occasion of the Scanian War put him in 3rd class who tællede 60 Persons, which would pay Vg Rdl. daily for treasure. To Strømsø Church he gave with his wife in 1671 a large silver pot to Value of 52 Rdl.

  • Sources 
    1. [S6] Ancestry Family Trees, (Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.;), Ancestry Family Tree.



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