Ahlefeldt Estate, Svendborg, Denmark

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Ahlefeldt estate, Magleby parish, Langelands Sønder district, Svendborg county, Denmark
See Ahlefeldt estate on OpenStreetMap
Trap's Gazetteer
Trap, Jens Peter. Kongeriget Danmark, 3 ed. Vol. 3, ''Bornholms, Maribo, Odense og Svendborg Amter.. Copenhagen, G.E.C Gads Boghandel, 1899. Pages 782-784.
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  • Records created by the estate held by the National Archives of Denmark (Daisy): Stamhuset Ahlefeldt
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Denmark Estate Records - FamilySearch Historical Records
Danish Gods

History[edit | edit source]

From 1743 the main property owned by the Ahlefeldt family was Broløkke in Magleby parish, Langelands Sønder district, Svendborg county. The Ahlefeldt family owned many properties across Denmark, including Søgård in Kiplev parish in Southern Jutland; and Broløkke in Magleby parish and Lykkesholm in Tryggelev parish, Langelands Sønder district, Svendborg county.

Members of the family served in many prestigious offices in the Danish court for centuries. In 1672 the county of Langeland was created with Frederik Ahlefeldt (1623-1686) as the first Count. The records described in the FamilySearch catalog as belonging to Ahlefeldt gods are limited to properties on the island of Langeland.

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 Ahlefeldt gods.

Land[edit | edit source]

  • Fæsteprotokoller [Copyhold], 1719-1916 - FSC and HR
  • Fæsteprotokoller register [Copyhold index] 1719-1810 - FSC and HR
  • Jordebøger [Land register] 1764-1910 - FSC and HR

Probate[edit | edit source]

  • Skifteprotokoller [Probate] 1755-1850 - FSC and HR
  • Skifteprotokoller register [Probate index] 1755-1850 - FSC and HR

Probate records from Ahlefeldt estate. The indexes are found on the second film (49925). Images 489-521 are for the years 1755-1833, and images 753-772 are for 1833-1850.

Available Probate Records[edit | edit source]

County District Parish Place
Svendborg Langelands Nørre Bøstrup Lejbølle, Lb
Simmerbølle Kulepile, Lb
Stoense Stoense, Lb
Tranekær Tranekær, Lb
Tullebølle Løkkeby, Lb
Langelands Sønder Fodslette Fodslette, Lb
Humble Brandsby, Lb
Havbølle møllehus
Havbølle, Lb
Helsned, Lb
Hesselbjærg, Lb
Humle, Lb
Hvesken, Brandsby byfang
Ristinge, Lb
Vestergård, Hgd
Lindelse Hagenby Mark
Hennetved, Lb
Herslev, Lb
Kvindebjærge, Herslev
Lindelse, Lb
Syrendal ved Hagenby
Vindeby, Lb
Longelse Longelse, Lb
Magleby Broløkke, Hgd
Holmegård, Hgd
Holmegårds mølle
Nordenbro mølle
Nordenbro, Gd
Østre Lund
Søndenbro, Lb
Tryggelev Kinderballe, Lb
Lykkesholm, Hgd
Nørreballe, Lb
Østerskov, Lb
Tryggelev, Lb
Sunds Kværndrup Kværndrup, Lb
Strynø Strynø
Strynø Kalv
Abbreviation Term Definition
Grd gård farm
Hgd hovedgård manor
Hse huse house
Lb landsby rural village