Anna Fleming

Anna Fleming

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  • Naam Anna Fleming 
    Geslacht Vrouwelijk 
    Persoon-ID I22884  Spinder
    Laatst gewijzigd op 8 nov 2020 

    Gezin Hovjunkaren Hieronymus von Birckholtz 
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    +1. Hieronymus von Birckholtz,   geb. ca. 1595, Yläne, Loimaa (Loimijoki), Varsinais-Suomi (Egentliga Finland), Suomi (Finland) Zoek alle personen met gebeurtenissen in deze plaats,   ovl. 1639  (Leeftijd ~ 44 jaar)
    +2. Hebla von Birckholtz
    StÃ¥thÃ¥llare Johan Ã…llongren  getr. 6 mrt 1620
    Laatst gewijzigd op 8 nov 2020 
    Gezins-ID F8102  Gezinsblad  |  Familiekaart

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    Fleming No. 4
    Fleming No. 4
    Ancient family of nobles. Introduced 1625. Extinct 1825-01-20.

    The family has branched out into the baronial families Fleming af Lais and Fleming af Liebelitz. Two members (tab 8 and tab 10) were elevated to baronial status in 1569 and 1561, but their branches became extinct before the founding of the House of Knights. The genus is probably where the name suggests of Flemish (Flemish) origin, but may also have come from the province of Fläming in Brandenburg. The alleged descent from the Flaminiers in Rome must be banished to the realm of the saga. The name occurs except in Denmark and Sweden at the same time in Scotland, Pomerania, Poland and other countries, and was carried by unrelated families, carrying different weapons. A Claus Fleming, named between 1331 and 1354, who was a bailiff in Barth in Pomerania, may have been the father of the family's oldest known ancestor, the knight Peder Fleming, and in that case the grandfather of the lawyer Klas Fleming. In an old genealogy in the Rålamb collection in the Royal Library, this is said to have been "come from Pomerania"