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Sep 26, 2014
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|A site member commented on event 7th wedding anniversary of Matias Giersing and Lise Dige Pedersen: | I´m aware of a few of our royal connections. The point I was trying to make was that not everybody can trace the family roots to the first kings. The nobility married people from its own social class and this particular social class had a vested interest in knowing how people were connected.
The Rosenørn-connection you mentioned got me thinking: When I went to school in Paris from 1984-1986 an american classmate of mine mentioned an old danish (royal) connection: Rosenørn. His name was Mark.
|A site member commented on event 7th wedding anniversary of Matias Giersing and Lise Dige Pedersen: | I don't know how much of the family history you know. My grandfather (Morten's great grandfather) was born in 1860 out of wedlock to a Rosenorn (Danish royalty) and the gardener!! The little boy was adopted in 1862 by an A. Friedrich who then changed his name to Frederiksen. I have ALL the adoption papers (in old Danish). He married at about age 25 (1887) and my Dad (Povl, Mille's Dad) was born in 1890. I am away from all my papers but the adoption papers made clear that the little boy was cut off from the Rosenorn family completely. But from that connection, you can trace the Rosenorn family back for many many generations through the Danish Nobility books. So, you see, that we do indeed have some royal blood in our veins, Hope my kids keep up the family papers in the future. One of my Dad's brothers (Hjalmar) had 3 daughters: one, Annette, married Einar Fugl-Svendsen who I see later in the week. Another daughter Jytte is alive at 92!!! (Annette passed away about 20 years ago).
|A site member commented on event 7th wedding anniversary of Matias Giersing and Lise Dige Pedersen: | "Yes, my Liege" certainly does have a certain ring to it.
I´m pretty sure not all families can be traced back to the first kings. This would require that everybody would have an interest in knowing their genealogy. The only people for whom this really has had any interest at all would be the nobility: their wealth, power etc. could be linked directly to their relation to the king. Of course, over time the various inbred danish kings lost 2/3 of the realm which is a good a reason as any not to be too closely associated with them!
|A site member commented on event 7th wedding anniversary of Matias Giersing and Lise Dige Pedersen: | I think you should call yourself "sir", I will be "Lord" and your Dad can be "Grand Liege of all Denmark." I think it was Morten that said he had traced the family back to the 1st king of DK. Maybe everyone can be traced to him. So please use your exalted title. Congratulations again. Love to your wife. Peter
Aug 27, 2014
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