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Jørgen KAAS

Male 1618 - 1658  (40 years)


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  • Name Jørgen KAAS 
    Birth 1615  Hastrup, Norvang, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Born 1618  Østergård, Fyn, denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Name Jorgen Kaas til Rastrup 
    Died 30 Jan 1658 
    Person ID I40  Conrad Jenssen Family Tree
    Last Modified 19 Jun 2013 

    Father Hans Andersen KAAS,   b. Abt 1578, Östergård, Ahvenanmaa, Finland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1632, Lindskov Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 54 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Birgitte NORDBY 
    Relationship Natural 
    Married 27 May 1627  Svendborg,Danmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F51  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Karen Jorgensdtr. GRUBBE,   b. 19 Jan 1616, Halsted Kloster, Næstved Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Mar 1695, Lerbæk Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years) 
    Married 10 Sep 1640 
    Children 
     1. Hans Jorgensen Kaas til ROSTRUP,   b. 1657, Velling, Ringkobing, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1700, Tyregod, Vejle, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 43 years)  [Natural]
     2. Jorgen Grubbe KAAS,   b. 22 Jan 1643  [Natural]
     3. Ulrik KAAS,   b. Between 1640 and 1658  [Natural]
    Family ID F49  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Anders Kaas was the grandfather of such major Jørgen Kaas til Hastrup (død 1658), som igjen var far til amtmann Jørgen Grubbe Kaas til Rydbjerggård (1643-1711) og stiftamtmann i Trondheim Hans Kaas til Hastrup (1657-1700). Major Jørgen Kaas to Hastrup (died 1658), which in turn was the father of Governor Jørgen Kaas to Rydbjerggård Grubb (1643-1711) and the Prefect of Trondheim Hans Kaas to Hastrup (1657-1700). Førstnevnte var far til stiftamtmann i Bergen, admiral Ulrik Kaas (1677-1746) og kommandør Hans Kaas til Rydbjerggård (1683-1737). The former was the father of Prefect of Bergen, Admiral Ulrich Kaas (1677-1746) and Commander Hans Kaas to Rydbjerggård (1683-1737).
    • Anders Kaas was the grandfather of such major Jørgen Kaas til Hastrup (død 1658), som igjen var far til amtmann Jørgen Grubbe Kaas til Rydbjerggård (1643–1711) og stiftamtmann i Trondheim Hans Kaas til Hastrup (1657–1700). Major Jørgen Kaas to Hastrup (died 1658), which in turn was the father of Governor Jørgen Kaas to Rydbjerggård Grubb (1643-1711) and the Prefect of Trondheim Hans Kaas to Hastrup (1657-1700). Førstnevnte var far til stiftamtmann i Bergen, admiral Ulrik Kaas (1677–1746) og kommandør Hans Kaas til Rydbjerggård (1683–1737). The former was the father of Prefect of Bergen, Admiral Ulrich Kaas (1677-1746) and Commander Hans Kaas to Rydbjerggård (1683-1737).

      http://slektenkaas.com/getperson.php?personID=I500&tree=1

      Saturday 30 January 1658 passed the huge army of the Little Belt to Wedel Borg (then Ivernæs) and fønsskov. The Danish troops - 700 Landwehr people on foot, mostly farmers, and 24 squadrons - stretched after a brief gun battle weapons and fled. Among the fallen Danes were Jørgen Kaas to Lindskov whose bodies the Swedish king who loves the bravery, even in an enemy, followed by a two miles and at whose funeral in Egense Church 26June (?) bishop spoke and honor come with a silver pitcher of 100 allowed by the widow

      http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%B8rgen_Kaas

      Jørgen KaasFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe Swedes came across the ice to Fyn30 January 1658, and Jørgen Kaas led the resistance with someone quickly summoned forcesJørgen Kaas (born 1618 , died January 30, 1658 at Fyn ), to Hastrup and Østergaard, was a Danish Colonel , lord of Lists County and landowner who belonged to the noble family Kaas (Kaas with the wall).
      Jørgen Kaas was from 30 December 1648 lord of Lists County in Norway, an appointment he received such against selling goods Østergaard the king (then minor) son Ulrik Christian Gyldenløve the initiative of King Christian IV . [1] He never lived in Norway, and leaning was administered by the governor on Nedenes .Jørgen Kaas was Colonel and Commander of the Funen cavalry, and made ??his mark as a war hero during the first Karl Gustav War when the Swedes took over the ice from Jutland to Funen the unusually cold day 30 January 1658. The attack came as a surprise, and Jørgen Kaas took up the fight with someone quickly summoned forces and even fell in battle 39 years old. He had burned his name on your arm with gunpowder, that his body should be recognized after his death.In recognition of his heroism came Swedish King Karl X Gustav to follow his equal "a quarter way" to the foot. [2] After a few days, Fyn entirely in Karl Gustav violence and was thoroughly looted . Jørgen Kaas was buried inside the church Egense and Bishop Laurids Jacobsen Hindsholm officiating. The remains were moved in 1811 to the churchyard.
      Jørgen Kaas was buried in Egense church , and is now buried outside the cemeteryHe was the son of the country judge on Fyn Hans Kaas and Birgitte Norby, and was married to Karen Jørgensdatter Grubbe (born in 1616 on Halsted monastery , d 1695 at Lerbæk ). She was the sister of Regitze Grubbe , wife of King Christian IV's son Hans Ulrik Gyldenløve . [3] Jørgen Kaas and Karen Grubbe was such parents prefect of Christiania and Trondheim Hans Kaas (1640-1700) and Governor Jorgen Grubbe Kaas to Rydbjerggård (1643-1711), grandparents prefect of Bergen and admiralUlrik Kaas (1677-1746) and General Henry Bielke Kaas (1686 - 1773), as well as grandparents to admirals Frederik Christian Kaas (1727-1804) and Ulrik Christian Kaas (1729-1808). His Kaas was such father of the poet Birgitte Christine Kaas (1682-1761) married to Lieutenant General Henry Jørgen Huitfeld to Elingård , and among their descendants are national archivistHenrik Jørgen Huitfeld-Kaas .
      Grandson, General Henry Bielke KaasSon Son admiral Ulrik KaasJørgen Kaas is the ancestor of the contemporary Danish branch of the family Kaas (but not for the Norwegian branch Munthe-Kaas). He was also the father of Vivien ("Birthe") Kaas (born 1644), mother of Elisabeth Sophie Høeg (1669-1739) marriedClaus , who has many descendants in Norway through his grandson Mads Lind Nissen (1756-1827) (as bl . A. heraldikeren Harald Claus originated from) and granddaughter Andrea Jaspara Nissen (1725-1772) married to Judge Hans Paus (1721-1774). Elisabeth Sophie Høeg was also the mother of the deputy governor of St. Croix Gregers Høeg Nissen (1709-1773).
      Jørgen Kaas was also the great-great-great-grandfather of Louise Danneskiold -Samsøe (1796-1867), wife of Duke Christian August of August Borg , a member of the house Oldenburg and the king's brother. She was such grandmother of Empress Augusta ; among her descendants are also King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden , King Constantine II of Greece , Queen Sofia of Spain , the current head of the house Glücksburg and house Oldenburg Christoph of Schleswig-Holstein, the current head of the house Hannover Ernst August V of Hanover and the current head of the house Hohenzollern Georg Friedrich of Prussia .



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