Kornett Nils Huggut

Kornett Nils Huggut

Mannelijk

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  • Naam Nils Huggut 
    Prefix Kornett 
    Geslacht Mannelijk 
    Persoon-ID I23190  Spinder
    Laatst gewijzigd op 10 nov 2020 

    Gezin Gunilla Ekestubbe 
    Laatst gewijzigd op 10 nov 2020 
    Gezins-ID F8223  Gezinsblad  |  Familiekaart

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    Huggut no. 691
    Huggut no. 691
    Old noble family, introd. 1664. Probably extinct 1825.

    In the Knights' House genealogy of the family, the introduced Jakob Bengtsson Huggut is made the grandson's son by King Johan III's well-known secretary and favorite Henrik Mattsson Huggut to Bjurböle, who was knighted by the king on 1583-01-08. However, Mrs. J. Ramsay has shown that this derivation must be incorrect and instead set out the genealogy for Jakob Bengtsson Huggut, which has been followed below. Both belonged to salvation families in Uusimaa, which were probably related, and which both based their salvation right on a record, which in a salvation survey in 1618 was called "a Latin salvation letter given in 1356" and which is said to have been confirmed by King Carl IX 1608-04-08 . Henrik Mattsson Huggut's family went out on the sword side or sank into the peasantry as early as the 17th century, and the introduced family Huggut probably went out on the sword side with Lieutenant and Suitcase Captain Gideon Josias Huggut, born in 1766, who claimed to be the caput familiæ for the family and at whose death in 1825 the weapon was smashed, as he was considered the last of his family (Turku General Newspaper, in 1817, No. 94, and in 1825, No. 18). However, his lineage from any of the members of the family mentioned below cannot be shown. The way in which the Huggut family, who lived on Bötö in Vekkelaks parish during the 17th and 18th centuries and who left in 1742, were befriended by the Huggut families just mentioned, has not been able to be determined with certainty. and in 1825, No. 18). However, his lineage from any of the members of the family mentioned below cannot be shown. The way in which the Huggut family, who lived on Bötö in Vekkelaks parish during the 17th and 18th centuries and who left in 1742, were befriended by the Huggut families just mentioned, has not been able to be determined with certainty. and in 1825, No. 18). However, his lineage from any of the members of the family mentioned below cannot be shown. The manner in which the Huggut family, who lived on Bötö in the parish of Vekkelaks in the 17th and 18th centuries and who left in 1742, was befriended by the Huggut families just mentioned, has not been determined with certainty