Torstedlund Estate, Aalborg, Denmark

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Torstedlund estate, Årstrup parish, Hornum district, Ålborg county, Denmark
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Parishes where Torstedlund estate owned property
See Torstedlund estate on OpenStreetMap
Trap's Gazetteer
Trap, Jens Peter. Kongeriget Danmark, 3rd ed. Vol. 4, part 1, Hjørring, Thisted, Aalborg, Viborg, og Randers amter. Copenhagen, G.E.C Gads Boghandel, 1901. Pages 455-456.
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  • Records created by the estate held by the National Archives of Denmark (Daisy): Torstedlund Gods
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Denmark, Estate Records (FamilySearch Historical Records)
Danish Gods
Albæk Estate, Aalborg, Denmark


History

Torstedlund estate is first mentioned in 1390 as the property of Jon Viffertsen. It remained in his family until 1595 when it was purchased by Niels Krabbe. The property continued in possession of his descendants and relations until it was sold to Christian Frederik von Levetzau in 1724. Von Levetzau also owned the estates of Albæk, Store Restrup, Aastrup, Overklit and Ørslevkloster. In 1750 von Levetzau began construction of what became known as the palace of Christian VIII, part of the Amalienborg castle complex in Copenhagen. In 1812 Torstedlund passed from the von Levetzau family and has been owned by many individuals and families.

In 1812 Torstedlund passed from the von Levetzau family to members of the de Neergaard family, and then to Rasmus Conradsen from 1830 to 1837. From 1600 to 1830 Torstedlund and Albæk estates were owned by the same individuals. Because of this researchers should consider searching the records of both estates. Since 1837 Torstedlund has been owned by many individuals and families.

FamilySearch Holdings

These records were microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah in the 1960s and were published digitally in 2012. Both microfilm and digital collections contain the same material. Descriptive detail may vary making it appear the collections are different.

Information on how to use the records in this collection can be found in the article Denmark, Estate Records (FamilySearch Historical Records)

Images from the microfilm can be accessed through the FamilySearch Catalog record. The Historical Records collection can be accessed at: Denmark Estate Records, 1436-1964 Thorstedlund gods and Torstedlund gods. The difference in spelling reflects the information on the title boards used when the records were microfilmed.

Records

Guardianship

  • Overformynderiprotokoller [guardianship], 1829-1840 FSC and HR

Land

  • Fæstebreve [copyhold letters] 1779, 1810 - FSC and HR
  • Fortegnelse over fæsterne [list of copyholders] 1775-1777 - FSC and HR
  • Fæsteprotokoller [copyhold records] 1722-1846 - FSC and HR
  • Hoveriprotokoller [villeinage records] med register 1800-1846 FSC and HR
  • Jordebøger [land register] 1777, 1821 - FSC and HR
  • Skøder [deeds], 1634-1745 - FSC and HR

Probate

  • Skiftedokumenter 1837-1841 = FSC and HR
  • Skifteprotokoller [probate records], 1719-1844 (also includes Albæk estate) - FSC and HR
Available Probate Records For This Estate
County District Parish Place
Ålborg Hellum Skørping Mørkeskoven
Mørket
Ræbild
Ræbild Tved
Hornum Årestrup Ersted
Espelund
Foldager
Hjortespring
Ingershøj
Kragelund
Rådamshuset
Røde Mølle
Stubberup
Thorsted
Thorstedlund, Hgd.
Årestrup
Gravlev Gravlev
Oplev
Oplev Tved
Tindbæk Mølle
Sønderup Bravelstrup
Gammelholm
Knold
Munkholm
Pleilstrup
Rodsted
Sønderup
Tøttrup
Suldrup Albæk, Hgd.
Dalum, Grd.
Frendstrup, Grd.
Hyldal mølle
Hyllested, Lb.
Suldrup, Lb.
Østrup
Veggerby Busted
Hidls
Øster Hornum Øster Hornum
Års Blære Langdal
Troelstrup
Brorstrup Brorstrup
Holm
Buderup Julstrup præstegård
Støvring
Ejdrup Halkjær mølle
Skjørbæk
Giver Giver
Katby
Katby, Grd.
Katby, Hse.
Posborg
Ågård
Haverslev Dalsager
Haverslev
Vestby
Skivum Skivum


Abbreviation Term Definition
Grd gård farm
Hgd hovedgård manor
Hse huse house
Lb landsby rural village