About Dorothea Catharina von Eckleff
Dorothea Catharina Hedemark (von Eckleff)
- Father: Conrad Henrich Eckleff - born 1709 - died 22.2.1780
- Paternal grandfather:
- Paternal grandmother:
- Mother: Lovise von Zepelin - died 24.7.1764
- Maternal grandfather: Joachim Christopher von Zepelin
- Maternal grandmother: Mette Margrethe von der Brincken
Are these her younger siblings?
- Johan Frederich von Eckleff - 1744
- Conrad von Eckleff - 1745
- Ide Sophia von Eckleff - 1747 1/2
- Henrica Lovisa von Eckleff - 1748 1/2
- Eckleff family - Diary records 1760-1768, Confirmation records 1748-1763, Finnmark county, Vardø in Vadsø, Parish register (official) nr. 1 (1747-1768), page 100: Eckleff family confermation
Was her father Major von Eckleff? See birth of Inger Wang - 1773 - Vadso, right side of page.
Marrried 11 26 1760 to Dorothea Catarina Eckleff, born 1738, baptized in Molde 7 / 6 of that year, daughter of the commander of Vard Øyhus Conrad Henrich Eckleff (1709 - 22/2-1780) and Lovise von Zepelin (- 24/7- 1764). - Conrad Henrich was later made Major (27/7-1756), later Lieutenant Colonel (4/4-1773) and Colonel (20/1-1779). Lovise was the daughter of etatsråd, hunter champion Joachim Christoffer von Zepelin and 3 wife Ida von Rehder. They were married in Copenhagen 29 / 8 1738 in Christiansborg Christiansborg slottskirke.
Also says Oberst L Eckleff
- Welcome to the Fortress Trail at Vardøhus Fortress: Conrad Heinrich Eckleff - PDF
- VARDØHUS FESTNING 1731-1940: Eckleff, Conrad Henrich. Major (oberst 1779?) 1759 - 1780
- Ide Sophia von Eckleff - witness Vardø 1777
- Nordisk familjebok / Uggleupplagan. 6. Degeberg - Egyptolog / 1307-1308 (1907): Karl Fredrik von Eckleff
- Eckleff, Charles Frederick von, founder of Tankebyggarorden, b. 26 June 1723 in Stockholm, d. darstädes June 30, 1786 as a secretary in the Foreign office, was a zealous collector, but without insight, and great words craze. From 1760-the beginning, he was head of the Masonic in Sweden, and he passed within it the Swedish large landtlogen. In the withering words Society Thought Builders (see do), which became of real importance for Swedish literature, was E. permanent secretary, but his own poetic attempts were very poor.