Thyme LINDEGAARD

Thyme LINDEGAARD

Male 1490 - 1560  (~ 80 years)

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  • Name Thyme LINDEGAARD  [1
    Born Between 1480 and 1490  [1
    • The exact year is not known, nor do we have any information about his parents.
    Gender Male 
    Occupation a merchant. He owned houses, farms, and estates on the island of Funen bu  [1
    • t had his home base in the city of Odense. He traded in cattle, and maybe also horses, to the German and Dutch market and had strong business relations with the crown, i.e. the King's household.
    Occupation 7 Dec 1526  [1
    appointed principal of Sct. Jorgen Hospital at Odense by King Frederik 1 
    • , and he still held this position in 1542 when it was mentioned that he used an area near the river. Being principal was an honorary title, given to esteemed members of the society, and his duties in this regard was to make sure that the patients received proper education in the Christian faith.
    _UID CF0B1CD38E4D454290508664F8FB1AF7F993 
    Died 1560  [1
    • as he was last mentioned in 1555.
    Person ID I3744  Our Blended Family
    Last Modified 6 May 2012 

    Children 
     1. Hans Thymesen LINDEGAARD,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +2. Knud Thymesen LINDEGAARD,   b. 1520, Odense, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1581  (Age 61 years)
    Last Modified 8 Mar 2015 
    Family ID F1356  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Thyme's wife is not known.

      The Lindegaard family have their roots at Odense and Sallinge County, Funen, Denmark.

      The name LINDEGARTH is first mentioned around 1245 when Mads Lindegarth I Fyen (Mads Lindegarth from Funen) appears in a list over old Danish names.

      From 1245 to around 1490 the name appears in various documents, spelled differently like Lindegaarth / Lindegaard / Lindegardh / Lindegaardt. They are all merchants and owners of large estates on the Island of Funen.

      Names like Lass Lindegaard, Knud Lindegaard, Mads Lindegaard and Thyme Lindegaard are mentioned in Sallinge County's archives in function as "Good Men," meaning that they have held high positions in the communities. A Lauritz Mathes Lindegaard appears in various papers from 1479 to 11498 as "Sandemand" - a lifelong judge function, appointed by the King. In this case, King Christan 1 and King Hans.

      It is believed, and generally accepted, that all these Lindegaards are part of the same family. However, we have nothing except the name, and the fact that they lived in the same area, to link them to the first known Lindegaard in our family, Thyme (Timme) Lindegaard, who was born around 1480/90.

      It is quite unique for a non-royal family to be able to follow the family roots more than 500 years back. There are not much information about the first Lindegaards, but from the beginning of the 1700s, they are quite easy to follow. From Funen they moved to other parts of the country, especially east- and southwest Jutland, and also to Norway, which was part of Denmark until 1814, and to the United States [1]

  • Sources 
    1. [S489] Preben-Lindegard, (August 9, 2009), TMG Src#: 522.


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