User:SvareJM/Sandbox/Denmark Estate/Agersøgård 01
Location[edit | edit source]
Agersøgård estate is located in Agersø parish, Vester Flakkebjerg district, Sorø county. See the location on OpenStreetMap.
History[edit | edit source]
Agersøgård was established in 1703 by Johan Frederik Friis. In 1890 it was converted into an inn. It is presently operated as a hotel, restaurant and conference center.
FamilySearch Holdings[edit | edit source]
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 Agersøgård gods
Records[edit | edit source]
Images are available through FamilySearch Catalog (FSC) and Historical Records (HR) === Guardianship ===*Overformynderiprotokoller (Guardianship), 1795-1817. Trustee records of Agersøgård estate in Omø and Agersø parishes, Sorø County., Denmark. - FSC and HR
Probate[edit | edit source]
- Skifteprotokoller (Probates), 1772-1818. Probate records of Agersøgaard Estate, including Agersø, Omø, and underlying Holme. The parishes, place names, and dates refer to specific localities on the film listed above. The indexes are found at the end of each volume. - FSC and HR
- Indeholder også: underliggende Holme.
Available Probate Records[edit | edit source]
|Sorø||Vester Flakkebjerg||Agersø||Agersø, Lb.|
References[edit | edit source]
Trap, Jens Peter. Kongeriget Danmark, 3rd ed. Vol. 2, Frederiksborg, Kjøbenhavns, Sorø, Holbæk og Præstø Amter. Copenhagen: G.E.C. Gads Boghandel, 1898. Pages 726-727.
Related Websites[edit | edit source]
Records created by the estate held by the National Archives of Denmark: Daisy