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Ove Jakobsen til Nielstrup LUNGE

Male Abt 1375 - 1475  (~ 76 years)

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  • Name Ove Jakobsen til Nielstrup LUNGE 
    Born Abt 1375  Nielstrup, Maribo, DK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Name Ove Jacobsen Lung Niels Steenstrup 
    Occupation Ridder 
    Died Between 1451 and 1475 
    Person ID I310  Conrad Jenssen Family Tree
    Last Modified 19 Jun 2013 

    Father Jakob Olufsen til Højstrup LUNGE,   b. Bef 1343,   d. Bef 29 Jun 1387  (Age < 44 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Aagesdatter STEEG, II 
    Relationship Step 
    Family ID F116  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Maren Tygesdatter BASSE, til Basnæs,   b. Abt 1390, Tybjerggaard, Tybjerg, Præstø Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1458  (Age ~ 68 years) 
     1. Tyge til Basnæs LUNGE,   b. Bef 1446,   d. 25 Aug 1460  (Age > 14 years)  [Natural]
     2. Sidsel Ovesdatter LUNGE,   b. Between 1410 and 1420, Nielstrup ved Maribo Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1503  (Age ~ 93 years)  [Natural]
     3. Jakob Ovesen LUNGE,   b. til Basnæs Find all individuals with events at this location  [Natural]
    Family ID F273  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Basnæs Estate Basnæsvej 4230 Skælskør

      An old legend tells that Basnæs takes its name from a sea warrior, or rather a pirate named Bass, who chose this stretch of land by the sea to his home and residence, but this is undoubtedly quite unhistorical, since the origins of the farm's name probably originates from the word bast, which refers to a collection of trees.

      Incidentally, it seems is not possible to disentangle the first farm of origin. In the old days there was in the place where Basnæs and its land now stretches out, two small villages, Bastnæs (or Barsnæs) and Nybølle and of these cities is the evidently been formed.

      The first time we encounter a manor in the town Bastnæs in the middle of 15th century, when Sir Ove Jacobsen Lung Niels Steenstrup (Musse parish) 1446 listed as owner.

      Basnæs mansion south of Skælskør; has since been owned by Axel Arenfeldt (1590-1647), Christian IV trusted man who built the farm. After the 1758 fire was built, after a drawing by CF Hetsgh, the present main building in the 1840's by JB Scavenius in whom HCA was a frequent guest.

      In 1933, farm land 528 acres of meadow land and 367 acres of forest. Basnæs Estate Basnæsvej 4230 Skælskør

      After reading the notes below it is uncertain whether Sophie Folmersdatter Folmersen or Aagesdatter Steeg II was the mother of Ove Jakobsen Lunge as both have Saltensee ancestors.

      Subject: Which children belong to which wives are uncertain.
      to Høistrup (Stevns H.) Ryegaard (Voldborg H.) and main farms in the lake and Valby (Slagelse Stevns and H.), was best man for the 1343 King Valdemar of Settlement in Helsingborg, was probably
      1351 Knight,
      1353 was the guardian of Mrs. Elene Nielsdatter (Rani),
      king's captain of Als, 1357 but jailed on suspicion of Participation in Jydernes rebellion
      was by 1362 captain at Helsingborg,
      had 1371 St. Clare Monastery Manor in Ølby in bed, lost 1376 Kalundborg Lehn and 1377 Holbæk Castle he had had in Pant, but got into Forlehning,
      WOULD Trudsholm in Jutland Forlehning and St. Clare Abbey Manor at Moen, 1381 same Abbey Estate in Bårse H., 1382 sold Hegnet mm (Ramsø H.) to Mrs. Elene by Bjernede and then sealed with him his brother Sir Oluf Lung and Sons Folmer and Anders Jepsen, lived 31 Mai 1384, but died June 20, 1387, when shift work for him, between his sons Mr. Folmer, Niels and Anders Jepsen in their immature brothers and sisters Olufsen and Ove Jepsen, Sophie, Regitze and at Oluf Lung of Skjoldenæs' children everywhere, sealed by their kinsmen Bishop Niels (Ulfeld) in Roskilde, Mr. Donald Sivendesen (Mule), Absalom Mogensen (Gøye), Donald and John Olsen (Lung), Ove Steeg, Mogens Steeg, Ebbe Jakobsen (Lung), Pastor Niels AlmaTsen in Heddinge, Hemming Tues (boat) tours vg William Tures, Tyge Mogensen (Ravensberg), Poul Henriksen, Henrik Ivensen (Mark Male), Karl Thomesen (Banner), Johannes Poulsen, Oluf Lung of Svansbjerg and Peder SAXESS of Froslev; indicated by genealogies g. 1 ° m. Maren Myndel Niels Steenstrup and Asser troupe, 2 ° m. Elsebet Sandberg, 3 ° w. Mette Limbek, Widow after Mr. Niels Hak, but it is certain that one of his wives named Sophie, and this or his first Wife seems to have been a daughter of Mr. Folmer Folmersen to city Ager (Falster North H.) and Mrs. Cecilia *).

      *) Some family records, for instance. Mrs. Lisbet Bryskes, calling Mr. Anders Jakobsen's mother Kirsten, James, Henry's daughter, whose arms were a divided and twice cross divided shield of blue and white, while Ove Jakobsen Lung mother must have been a daughter of Mr. Erik Nielsen (Saltensee) which resulted in two gold deer Vier in blue field, which also arms along with the Lunge'rs and Krafse'rs old was to be seen in Tjæreby Church (see GI. RC. Jur 4 ° 1269).

      Margaret Steeg Sigil leads Hjortevir, and is seen very unlike Steeg-family weapons. This suggests that her father was perhaps the "Saltensee of Tystofte"(or a branch of the Hvide family line) and Steeg name comes from mother's side.

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