Danish Nobility & Patrician Lineages 1450-2011
(Important: The database has been moved to www.macgregor-sadolin.com , where the lastest updated databse version is - the database here on MyHeritage will NOT be updated anymore, and it will be closed later here in 2012-2013 /
Vigtigt: Databasen er blevet flyttet til www.macgregor-sadolin.com , hvor den senest opdateret databaseversion er - databasen her hos MyHeritage vil ikke blive opdateret mere, og den vil blive taget ned her senere i 2012-2013)
On October 10, 2010, OneTree Genealogy, which is a genealogical relationship database made and managed by me, Nikolaj Asgeir MacGregor Sadolin
, became active on the internet again (it had previously been active from 2002 to 2008). Today OneTree Genealogy consists of more than 96.000 people - each and everyone conected to each other - through births and marriages - in one single family tree.
OneTree Genealogy represents a time line from the late medieval and to present time (1450-2010) with a special focus on nobility and patrician lineages in the Danish Absolute Monarchy period (1660-1848). These lineages were married heavily into each other, and later they married into the new financial and industrial families. Many of these lineages have today descendants throughout Scandinavia and the rest of the World.
The focus of OneTree Genealogy is my grandfather’s (fathers father) grandparents lineages. But also my three other grandparents lineages are to be found in OneTree Genealogy (for family names, please see below).
OneTree Genealogy, which currently has 873 registered members, is closed to the public and is only intended for people with a relation to the families in the relationship database. Therefore OneTree Genealogy can only be accessed by people are invited by me or whom are invited by another member of OneTree Genealogy. If you have relations to people in OneTree Genealogy, you are welcome to send me your member requestIf you wish to become a member too, please click here. .
OneTree Genealogy was last updated on May 17 2013, but I am - unfortunately - aware that not all people shown in the genealogical relationship database is alive anymore - even though that they are shown to be so.
Due to this you may receive a notice in OneTree Genealogy Newsletter informing you about that a dead person have birthday and that you can greet this person. If you do so, and the person is no more alive, please kindly inform me about the persons death year or death date, so I can enter the death information into the genealogical relationship database. I also appreciate any additions or corrections you may have, since my intention - of course - is that the genealogical relationship database shows accurate information for both deceased and living persons.
You can send me information: here or to my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, if you use Facebook, you are welcome to add me to your Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nsadolin
Nikolaj Asgeir MacGregor Sadolin
My grandparent's ancestors
My father's father's (Dan Alexander MacGregor Sadolin's) ancestors family names includes:
Albers, Asferg, Bacmeister, Bagge, Barchhausen, Basballe, Bentzen, Bering, Borring, Brandt, Brorson, Bruun, Brückner, Brøchner, Cameron, Colding, von Damm, Danckel, Dyrgang, von Döhren, Engelbrechtsen, Falch, de Franck, Ferslev, Friis, Gleerup, Gordon, Grant, Haagen, Hansen, Heerdegen, Hegelund, Hildebrandt, Hollander, Holm, Holst, Hunnius, Höfft, Høyrup, Jessen, Jørgensen, Kellinghusen, Kieldsen, Kjaerulf, Koch, Krampe, Kras, Kornerup, Langemach, Lassen, Lindemann, Lyngaa, MacGregor, Marcussen, Mengs, Meyer, Minnemann, Momme, Møller, Mørch, Mørche, Mørk, Nørup, Olsen, Olufsen, Panck, Pedersen, Petersen, Qvistorp, Rebeche, Reiser, Rosenberg, Rönge, Sadolin, Saabye, Schalscha, Scharffenberg, Schrøder, Schultz, Schulz, Seemann, Skriver, Smith, Sommer, Steiss, Stampe, Suur, Sørensen, Tvede, Udsen (Utzon), Villadsen, Völker, Warnheim, Wedel, Welling, Wemming, Willumsen, With, Ydsted, Zmeskall, Ølgod, and Ørsted.
My father's mother's (Bodil Mayland nee Bodil Sadolin's) ancestors family names includes:Bruhn, Guldager, Haastrup, Knudsen, Mayland, Mithe, Poulsen, Sørensen, Thommesen, and Thomsen.
My mother's father's (Axel Krüger-Larsen's) ancestors family names includes:Andersen, Bech, Hannibalsen, Hansen, Jensen, Krüger, Larsen, Marcussen, and Nielsen.
My mother's mother's (Else Jørgensen nee Else Krüger-Larsen's) ancestors family names includes:
Christensen, Jeppesen, Jørgensen, Nielsen, Nissen, and Olsen.
Shortly about me
I, Nikolaj Asgeir MacGregor Sadolin
, have been interested in genealogy since the mid-1980’ties - collecting information from families members, written sources and archives, and I took advanced of having my four grandparents. In 1991, I made my first computer genealogical database in 1991, but first got really active many years later, when I in 2002 began a university study in History and Economics, and I at the same time began OneTree Genealogy. In my university study I focused on the Absolute Monarchy in Denmark and Economic History, which I have my B.A. degree in at University of Copenhagen. I continued as a M.A. student, where I specialized in Business History, Corporate Finance and Strategic Management, at Lund's University and University of Copenhagen.
From 1988 to 2008, I have worked with business analysis and research for the news editions at DR TV (TV-Avisen, Pengemagasinet, and DR Dokumentar), Politiken (newspaper), The Compound (TV documentary serie "De Skabte Danmark") and Copenhagen Business School (Center for Business History and Center for Strategic Management & Globalization), as well as with national and international controlling and marketing within Sadolin & Holmblad, AkzoNobel, Thorn EMI, Unicef, and Post Danmark. Beside being born in Iran, having studied and worked in Denmark, I have gone to senior high school in USA and worked on Cyprus, in USA, England, Turkey, and Sweden.
In 2008, I moved back to Izmir, Turkey, where I live with my wife Funda, whom I meet when I worked here in 1992, and where I work as a Strategic Lecturer at Yasar University (a private university with 5.000 students) and as a Corporate Strategic Advisor for Yasar Holding (an industrial group with 7.000 employees).
The history of Sadolin & Holmblad in a Danish TV documentary
You can watch Sadolin & Holmblad's history online in the "The Chemist" episode ("Kemikeren" afsnittet) of "They Created Denmark" ("De Skabte Danmark") in Danish here:
Regarding Surnames in the Republic of Turkey
The Surname Law of the Republic of Turkey was imposed by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and adopted by law on June 21, 1934.Turkish people before this time did not have surnames, and for this reason I have not supplied surnames to all of our little son's - Selçuk Alexander MacGregor Sadolin's - Turkish great-grandparents. Have it is known, that all of his eight great-grandparents were born in Bulgaria, which was a part of Ottoman Empire, and that my wife Funda's father's family came to Turkey in 1933, and that her mother's family came to Turkey in 1951.