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Stig Andersen Hvide

Birthdate: (79)
Birthplace: Tygestrup ,Holbæk, Danmark
Death: 1369 (79)
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Place of Burial: Essenbæk Kloster, Senere Ørsted Kloster
Immediate Family:

Son of Anders Stigsen Hvide (af Jylland), til Tygestrup and Margrethe Nielsdatter Lændi Kaas (sparre)
Husband of Tove Andersdatter Svane and Maren Marine Hvide
Father of Offe Stigsen Hvide, til Eskebjerg; Aage Stigsen, Hvide; Margrethe Stigsen, Hvide; Henrik Stigsen, Hvide; Johannes Stigsen, Hvide and 2 others
Brother of Sophie Andersdatter Hvide, af Jylland; Offe Andersen Hvide, Til Torup (Frisenvold).; Peder Andersen Hvide; Johan Andersen Hvide; Aage Andersen Hvide and 1 other

Occupation: Rigsråd og marsk
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About Stig Andersen Hvide

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stig_Andersen_Hvide_d._%C3%84.

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The article is derived from the 2nd edition of the Danish Biographical Lexicon , published in 1933-44. Stig Andersen Hvide (d. 1369), to Bjørnholm and Tygestrup , d. 1369, march. Stig Andersen Hvide was named after his grandfather, the famous marsh. By Christoffer 2's throne in 1320, the family of Mars returned to Denmark, and Stig Andersen Hvide acquired a large part of the family's old property. He himself built the permanent castle Bjørnholm between Grenå and Aarhus and was one of the main men of the Jutland nobility opposition to the royal power. In 1325 he sat in the king's council. In 1331 he passed to Count Gert ( Gerhard 1292-1340) and became his marsh. He and Niels BuggeHald now shared the leadership of the Jutland nobility. Following the death of the Count 1340, he became King Valdemar's husband, who made him a statue in Estonia after the great peasant revolt in 1343. He led the negotiations with the German order about Estonia's sales and returned 1347 after getting the goods Linde to the order of the order. In 1352, he was one of the men whom the king trusted the kingdom of the kingdom during his absence.

When the king began his great reduction of the goods lost from the crown, which also went beyond Stig Andersen Hvide who lost what he had received from Count Gert broke out strongly dissatisfied among the Jutland storms. A major rebellion broke out in 1357, in which Stig Andersen Hvide died not seem to have participated; but when his son and brother were killed together with Niels Bugge in Middelfart at New Year's Eve 1359, he settled with the king. The feud ended only at the settlement in 1360. Stig Andersen Hvide sealed this as the first of the worldly councils and was used again regularly in the service of the Kingdom. His close relationship with the thief Claus Limbek and the mighty Iver Rosenkrantz were sealed in 1362 by marriage between his son's son Jens Ovesen and Claus Limbek's daughter Elisabeth, while the son-in-law Tove married Iver Rosenkrantz. Its political significance was spotted when Stig Andersen Hvide and Claus Limbek 1367 again stood in the forefront of the boys and fought with King Valdemar. During this feast, Stig Andersen died in 1369 after donating a lot of goods to churches and monasteries, especially Antvorskov. He and his wife were buried in the Essenbæk monastery, from where his corpse later moved to Ørsted church in Rougsø herred.

Family Stig Andersen Hvide was buried in the Essenbæk monastery. Parents: Anders Stigsen and Margrete Nielsdatter (Lændi). Married Tove Andersdatter.

Bibliography F. Richardt and TA Becker: Prospects of then. manor houses IV, 1850 (Kongsdal); V, 1851 (Høgholm) (New Edition I-II, 1976). HFJ Estrup: Collect. skr. II, 1851, 274-81. CA Christensen in Hist.t. 1 lrV, 1956-59 381-427. Erik Ulsig: Danish nobility in the Middle Ages, 1968.

Refer to this text by typing: Jørgen Olrik: Stig Andersen Hvide (d. 1369) in Danish Biographical Reading , 3rd edition, Gyldendal 1979-84. Retrieved September 7, 2017 from http://denstoredanske.dk/index.php?sideId=291653

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Stig Andersen Hvide's Timeline

1290
1290
Danmark
1300
1300
Age 10
Melrose, Tygestrup, Hlbr, Denmark
1310
1310
Age 20
Bjørnholm, Tirstrup sogn, Randers amt
1324
1324
Age 34
Melrose, Tygestrup, Hlbr, Denmark
1328
1328
Age 38
Melrose, Tygestrup, Hlbr, Denmark
1332
1332
Age 42
Melrose, Tygestrup, Hlbr, Denmark
1334
1334
Age 44
Melrose, Tygestrup, Hlbr, Denmark
1369
1369
Age 79
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