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Anne Andersdatter Kjærulf ( - ca. 1589)

Anne Andersdatter Kjærulf was born on Kornumgaard, Hals, Jytland, Denmark. She died ca. 1589 on Kjærsgaard in Hellevad parrish, Jytland. She was daughter of Anders Jensen Kjærulf and an unknown mother. She married Anders Jensen Kjærulf (Anders Skriver).

Anne Andersdatter Kjærulf was married to Anders Skriver (see page 11) on Hals Fogedgaard, but she is probably not the Anne Andersdatter, who obtained from abbot Anders Andersen in Vidskøl Kloster a lease for life on this farm, with royal assent on 15. Aug. 1558. It is stated in the lease i.a. that she should improve the dilapidated farm, and she was not to remarry without the consent of the abbot.

Anders Skriver was perhaps the son of Jens Kjærulf in Halne (see page 10), and is mentioned in the ministers report from V. Brønderslev 1568 as the owner of 3 small properties (Bol) in the parish, which he presumably had aquired by marriage . In 1580 he became a member of a lodge (Guds Legems Lav) in Aalborg, he died 24. July, 1589 and is together with his wife buried south of the font in the floor of the choir in Hals church.

His mark (Bomærke) is seen on the tombstone. His wife survived him and died perhaps on Kjærsgaard (in Hellevad parish).

The couple had according to Dyrskjøt 2 sons and 2 daughters "til Alders" - "all grown up". But not according to "Vester Brønderslevs historie".

Kjærulf' Coat of Arms

1. Jens Andersen Hals. Of Anders Skriver's sons, the most known was Jens Andersen Hals, merchant and alderman in Aalborg who died 1627 in Marstrand, to where he fled when the imperial troops advanced toward Aalborg. Reference is made to him in A. H. Nielsen's: "Embeds- og Bestillingsmænd i Aalborg", page 128, addenda to the same book, as well as D. H. Wulff's: "Jens Bang og Lassen og Raschs Stamtavle over den norske Familie Hals", however, it should be noted that more recent investigations by archivist Finne Grøn have shown that this family does not descend from the alderman, but from his brother , who was also called Jens Andersen, but he used the family name Juel. (See the info from the book: "Vester Brønderslevs historie" below.)

2. Anne Andersdatter Hals

3. Johanne Andersdatter, she lived 1630 in Sæby.

4. We do not know the name of the third daughter, but she was dead before 1630 and seems to have been married to an Anders .......... with whom she had 5 daughters, of which one in 1630 was married to Niels Ludvigsen in V. Halne (see page 12), another with Anders Laursen Kjærulf in Bjørnskjær, a third with Søren Rasmussen in Stade in the parish of Serridslev (see the Østbjerg Line), a fourth with Søren Andersen Kjærulf in V. Brønderslev (see the Holtet Line) and the fifth - Johanne Andersdatter - was unmarried in 1630 and Niels Ludvigsen in Vestergaard was her guardian.

From the book "Vester Brønderslevs historie", page 217:

"Den foran nevnte rådmann Jens Andersen Hals i Aalborg hadde vært værge for sin søstersønn Anders Jensen Juel, som kalte seg Hals og var rådmann i Ystad, og da denne hadde sin federne arv tilgode hos morbroderen, fikk han fra dennes bo utlagt "5 Tdr. Bygskyld af Krogen", hvilken part han den 12. Juni 1635 skøtet for 250 slettedaler til herredsfogde Peder Jensen Kjærulf, som den 24. Nov. 1636 ble dømt til å betale kjøpesummen. ....". 1)

1) Carl Klitgård, Kjærulffske studier (1914 P. Hansens bogtrykkeri Aalborg).
Vester Brønderslevs historie, page 217.


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