Lars Månsson (Mörling)

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Lars Månsson (Mörling)

Birthplace: Lundtorp, Mörlunda (H)
Death: Died in Stockholm, Sweden
Place of Burial: Stockholm
Immediate Family:

Son of Magnus Nicolai Bringius and NN Banck
Husband of Brita Billingia and Carin Wulf
Partner of Nn
Father of (Mörling); Magnus Mörling, og; Brita Catharina Mörling; Christina Mörling, og; Catharina Mörling and 6 others
Brother of Kerstin? Bringia; Per Bringius; Nicolaus Magni Wesselius and Sigrid Bringia
Half brother of Karin Bringia and NN Hakan Larson Meurling

Occupation: Adlad revisionssekreterare
Managed by: Sveneric Rosell
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About Lars Månsson (Mörling)


Lars Månsson Mörling (Swedish and English)

1). "År 1688 adlades revisionssekreteraren Lars Mörling (1630–89), vilken börjat sin statstjänst med att ingå i Gustaf Bielkes (bd 4), Alexander von Essens (bd 14) och Philip von Krusenstierns (bd 21) beskickning 1655 till Moskva, där denna kvarhölls ända till 1658. Han uppges (v Schantz) ha varit son till en kh Måns i Mörlunda, Kalm. 1649 hade vid UU inskrivits "Laurentius Magni Bringius Ostrogothus", och av Linköpings hm framgår, att den ende kyrkoherden i Mörlunda under 1600-talet med förnamnet Måns eller Magnus var Magnus Bringius (f 1572, ej 1590; d 1650), bror till juris professor Israel Bringius (bd 6) och halvfarbror (Molin; jfr Silfving) till den 1654 med namnet Gyldenbring adlade hovrättsnotarien, sedermera assessorn Erik Bring".

2).Alltså adlad 1688-04-05 (introd. 1689 under nr 1130). Död 1689-09-27 i Stockholm och begraven i Klara kyrka, där hans vapen före branden fanns. Han utstod i Moskva, tillika med de övriga av ambassaden, en svår arrest till år 1658.

3). What are family Mörling the position is such that according to Lars Harald Mörling and according to what is said to his wife Martha arrived the family from Lars Månsson (Bringius). A man who was to endure a difficult arrested along with other Swedish embassy staff in Moscow the years 1655 to 1658. There was very frosty relations between the two countries. Lars Månsson had a relationship with a Russian woman and came to smuggle a son of the year in Sweden. The woman could not go to Sweden for obvious reasons. Lars Månsson handed child in so-called safe hands in Sweden. The family who took care of the Russian-born son has conveyed the task to the boy about his Russian background and also channeled through several generations. Lars Månsson was later to marry and have children with two Swedish women at home in Sweden. In earlier days, he was knighted Mörling number 1130 in Sweden, but the family died out soon on the bar side. The name itself Mörling itself derived half from Mörlunda where Lar Mörling was from. The other half from a time when the popular name was ending "ling". My great-grandfather Lars Mörling took the surname Mörling when he thought it to be the rightful to do.

Christian Mörling (Morling)

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Lars Månsson (Mörling)'s Timeline

September 14, 1630
Lundtorp, Mörlunda (H)
May 10, 1644
Age 13
Age 26
Moskva, Ryssland
January 20, 1661
Age 30
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August 2, 1662
Age 31
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