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Carsten MECHLENBURG

Male 1570 - 1618  (48 years)


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  • Name Carsten MECHLENBURG  [1
    Born 1570  Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Tyskland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 16 Jun 1618  Haderslev Købst, Haderslev, Danmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I999  Conrad Jenssen Family Tree
    Last Modified 19 Jun 2013 

    Father Oluf MECHLENBURG,   b. 15 Jun 1540, Haderslev, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1613, Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Margrethe CARSTENS 
    Relationship Natural 
    Married 04 Jun 1564  Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F712  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 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) 
    Married 1602 
    Children 
     1. Vilhelm M. MECKLENBURG,   b. 20 Mar 1615, Haderslev, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 03 Nov 1677, Stromso, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years)  [Natural]
     2. Annichen MECKLENBURG,   b. 1602, Haderslev, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1658, Christiana Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years)  [Natural]
     3. Margrethe MECKLENBURG,   b. 1603, Haderslev, Denmark? Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1660, Christiana Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years)  [Natural]
     4. Oluf MECKLENBURG,   b. 1605, Haderslev, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1655, Kristiansand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)  [Natural]
    Family ID F61  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Ancestors recorded here:
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~morem/index.txt

      About Family Mechlenburg. Reported by Archivfuldmægtig EA Thomle. JL) a particular in Norway in the 17th and 18th century, very numerous and diverse - now extinct dersteds - Genealogy Mechlenburg about which there this journal, 2 R. III. S. 293. has provoked questions, write down as so many other more well-known Norwegian families originally from Schleswig, where Fa-militants in the 16th century lived, as it seems, for-nemmelig Around Haderslev and Flensburg. Already in 1573 2) was His Mechlenburg, from 25 Decbr. 1571-24 Februar 1602, when he was publican in Elsinore, appearing as Hof-pattern type 3), endowed with a Kannikedømme in Oslo Diocese and: ^ ) Danish Collections H. Page 309th *) Norwegian National records., U: S. 59th *) announcements Interest Appeal-Archive for 1872 Sf. 168th 67 he obtained the later of July 3, 1583 Tenth of Tanum and Kville Parish in Bohuslen rid and free ad gratiam ^), although he does not ever seem to have resided in the country. He must be dead before 17 November 1623, when the Tenth of Tanum and Kville bortgaves to another ^).
      However, it seems Oluf Mechlenburg ^ Citizen of Flensburg, which øiensyijigt has driven a substantial trade in Norway, especially in Nordland ^) that have come in a more personal touch with the land. It also assumed that it is from him that the Northern Mediterranean and in North - tender resident branch of the family Mechlenburg descended ^). Sam-tidigt with Oluf Mechlenburg seems also a Carson Mech-lenburg, like hin Citizen of Flensburg and therefore possibly his brother, who also stood in Trade Relationship with Norway ^).
      It is certainly no doubt be present Carsten Mechlenburg, later merchant and Mayor in Haderslev, which last office he probably has been for the father, Johan Schnell, whose daughter Margaret Schnell he egtede in the year 1602nd She was, according to the above her by the Bishop of Christiania Diocese, Dr . Henning Stockfleth, held and later into print released Ligpræ-Diken born in Haderslev 15 June 1574 and a daughter of the above-mentioned Mayor who Johan Schnell and wife Anna Reimers. She enjoyed until his 17 years teaching at home by private teachers and came in the year 1591 in matrimony with publican in Haderslev and county clerk of Haderslevhus Nils Toller, who died in the same place in the year 1596 after probably five years of matrimony. From this matrimony, she had two children, among which the son later Mayor of Christiania Nils Toller. After her husband's death she was in 6 Aars Time hensides in widowhood, until she, in the year 1602, as mentioned, egtede Mayor Carsten Mechlenburg who died in Haderslev in the year 1618th in this Egte-closet, she got 10 children, six sons and four daughters, of whom two sons ') Norwegian National records., II. S. 533, cfr. III. S. 321st') Norwegian National records., VS 344th ') Norwegian National records., HS 450, III. SS. 527, 5Q5 and 651st *) Norwegian Saml, 8vo. II. S. 514 f. ^) Norwegian National records., III. SS. 387 and 407 5 * 68 and three daughters also survived her mother. The widow was Mar- grethe Schnell in nearly 10 years living in Haderslev until the year 1627, when she because of enemy invasion in Holstein with her children went to Norway for the Son of 1st matrimony. Here she died in Christiania Wednesday, 1 May 1647 and was buried in Holy Trinity Church 6 Mai P. A. - Of her 10 children with Carsten Mechlenburg known by the Security alone following 4 ^), namely: A. Annie Chen Mechlenburg, died in Christiania in 1658 (begr. in the church choir 7 Mai P. A.). She was married to Berg Writes at Kongsberg Sølwerk, later First Minister in Christiania and Participant in Sølwerket NIS Hanssøn (begr. in Christiania "in chorus ** June 13, 1655), with whom she had many children, of which at any rate each according to his Place of birth called themselves , Kongsberg * ".
    • Ancestors recorded here:
      http://forum.arkivverket.no/topic/115990-30397-kapteinloeytnant-mechlenborg/

      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~morem/index.txt

      About Family Mechlenburg. Reported by Archivfuldmægtig EA Thomle. JL) a particular in Norway in the 17th and 18th century, very numerous and diverse - now extinct dersteds - Genealogy Mechlenburg about which there this journal, 2 R. III. S. 293. has provoked questions, write down as so many other more well-known Norwegian families originally from Schleswig, where Fa-militants in the 16th century lived, as it seems, for-nemmelig Around Haderslev and Flensburg. Already in 1573 2) was His Mechlenburg, from 25 Decbr. 1571-24 Februar 1602, when he was publican in Elsinore, appearing as Hof-pattern type 3), endowed with a Kannikedømme in Oslo Diocese and: ^ ) Danish Collections H. Page 309th *) Norwegian National records., U: S. 59th *) announcements Interest Appeal-Archive for 1872 Sf. 168th 67 he obtained the later of July 3, 1583 Tenth of Tanum and Kville Parish in Bohuslen rid and free ad gratiam ^), although he does not ever seem to have resided in the country. He must be dead before 17 November 1623, when the Tenth of Tanum and Kville bortgaves to another ^).
      However, it seems Oluf Mechlenburg ^ Citizen of Flensburg, which øiensyijigt has driven a substantial trade in Norway, especially in Nordland ^) that have come in a more personal touch with the land. It also assumed that it is from him that the Northern Mediterranean and in North - tender resident branch of the family Mechlenburg descended ^). Sam-tidigt with Oluf Mechlenburg seems also a Carson Mech-lenburg, like hin Citizen of Flensburg and therefore possibly his brother, who also stood in Trade Relationship with Norway ^).
      It is certainly no doubt be present Carsten Mechlenburg, later merchant and Mayor in Haderslev, which last office he probably has been for the father, Johan Schnell, whose daughter Margaret Schnell he egtede in the year 1602nd She was, according to the above her by the Bishop of Christiania Diocese, Dr . Henning Stockfleth, held and later into print released Ligpræ-Diken born in Haderslev 15 June 1574 and a daughter of the above-mentioned Mayor who Johan Schnell and wife Anna Reimers. She enjoyed until his 17 years teaching at home by private teachers and came in the year 1591 in matrimony with publican in Haderslev and county clerk of Haderslevhus Nils Toller, who died in the same place in the year 1596 after probably five years of matrimony. From this matrimony, she had two children, among which the son later Mayor of Christiania Nils Toller. After her husband's death she was in 6 Aars Time hensides in widowhood, until she, in the year 1602, as mentioned, egtede Mayor Carsten Mechlenburg who died in Haderslev in the year 1618th in this Egte-closet, she got 10 children, six sons and four daughters, of whom two sons ') Norwegian National records., II. S. 533, cfr. III. S. 321st') Norwegian National records., VS 344th ') Norwegian National records., HS 450, III. SS. 527, 5Q5 and 651st *) Norwegian Saml, 8vo. II. S. 514 f. ^) Norwegian National records., III. SS. 387 and 407 5 * 68 and three daughters also survived her mother. The widow was Mar- grethe Schnell in nearly 10 years living in Haderslev until the year 1627, when she because of enemy invasion in Holstein with her children went to Norway for the Son of 1st matrimony. Here she died in Christiania Wednesday, 1 May 1647 and was buried in Holy Trinity Church 6 Mai P. A. - Of her 10 children with Carsten Mechlenburg known by the Security alone following 4 ^), namely: A. Annie Chen Mechlenburg, died in Christiania in 1658 (begr. in the church choir 7 Mai P. A.). She was married to Berg Writes at Kongsberg Sølwerk, later First Minister in Christiania and Participant in Sølwerket NIS Hanssøn (begr. in Christiania "in chorus ** June 13, 1655), with whom she had many children, of which at any rate each according to his Place of birth called themselves , Kongsberg * ".

  • 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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