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Lensgreve Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow

Lensgreve Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow[1]

Mand 1748 - 1827  (79 år)



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  • Navn Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow 
    Titel Lensgreve 
    Født 11 mar. 1748  Christianshavn, København, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Døbt 12 mar. 1748  Christianshavn, København, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    • Hjemmedøbt
    Køn Mand 
    Beskæftigelse
    • Statsminister
    Bopæl Grevskabet Christianssæde (Incl Aalstrup Dansted Og Lungholm) Pederstrup (Incl Skelstofte) Og Fra 1815 Sandbjerg 
    Dansted
    Dansted
    Ved Christian Ditlev Reventlows død i 1775 overgik Dansted til sønnen den senere statsminister greve Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow.
    Under Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow oplevede Dansted en periode med fremgang. Han lagde nye fæstegårde til gården ved at føje fæstegodset fra Bukkehave gods til Dansted, der derved igen fik hovedgårdsstatus, ligesom han lod opføre et nyt stuehus. Det var desuden på Dansted, at C.D.F. Reventlow først iværksatte sine landboreformer. Han introducerede således det holstenske kobbelbrug, ligesom han drænede jorden, øgede jordtilliggendet og oprettede et teglværk.
    I 1773 fik C.D.F. Reventlow kongelig tilladelse til at indlemme Dansted under grevskabet Christianssæde, som ligeledes var ejet af greve Reventlow, og gården kom derefter til at indgå i række af forpagtergårde på grevskabet. Allerede i 1812 blev Dansted på grund af økonomiske vanskeligheder igen udskilt fra Christianssæde og solgt. Den indkomne kapital skulle benyttes til afbetaling af gæld på grevskabet og til forbedringer på de andre forpagtergårde under grevskabet.
    Pederstrup
    Pederstrup
    Pederstrup var i hen ved 200 år underlagt grevskabet Christianssæde og i perioden 1813-1827 hjem for greve Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow, der var en af hovedkræfterne bag landboreformernes gennemførelse.
    Pederstrup fungerede som forpagtergård under grevskabet, indtil den senere statsminister greve Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow, som overtog grevskabet Christianssæde i 1775, gjorde Pederstrup til grevskabets hovedsæde, da han i 1813 trak sig tilbage fra sin embedskarriere i København for at slå sig ned med familien på Lolland.
    Sandbjerg
    Sandbjerg
    Kilde: Sandbjerg Gods Historie - Grevskabet Reventlow - Sandbjerg

    Sandbjerg Slot kan spores tilbage til 1500-tallet. Omkring år 1500 nævnes Sandbjerggaard første gang, og i 1564 overdrog Kong Frederik II en trediedel af den kongelige del af hertugdømmerne til sin bror Hertug Hans den Yngre (1545-1622), der således kom i besiddelse af Ærø, Als og Sundeved i hertugdømmet Slesvig.

    Hertugen lod bygge den dæmning ud mod Alssund, som endnu findes. Herved blev en vig af sundet omdannet til Møllesøen. Hans vandmølle, hvis rester endnu kan ses, var i drift, til den brændte i 1916.

    Ved Hertug Hans' død i 1622 tilfaldt Sandbjerg hans efterkommere af den sønderborgske linie. Da en af disse, Hertug Christian Adolf, i 1667 gik konkurs, overgik Sandbjerg til kronen. Godset blev få år efter, i 1673, solgt til amtmand – senere storkansler – Conrad Reventlow (1644-1708) i Haderslev. Han fik kongens tilladelse til at oprette et len af Sandbjerg og sine øvrige besiddelser i Sundeved, grevskabet Reventlow-Sandbjerg. Hertug Hans' Sandbjerg lå, hvor Sandbjerggaard nu ligger – på den anden side af Møllesøen. I 1788 lod Conrad Georg Reventlow opføre et palæ på pynten ud til Alssund. Bygmester var Christian August Bohlsmann fra Sønderborg. Forpagterboligen, der opførtes i 1783, indgår sammen med Palæet, de øvrige økonomibygninger og parken i et samlet anlæg mellem Møllesøen og Alssund – det nuværende Sandbjerg Gods.

    Slægten Reventlow ejede Sandbjerg helt frem til 1930.

    1787-88 gennemførte Conrad Georg Reventlow Sandbjerggårds udparcellering, hvorved 300 tdr. af hovmarken blev solgt til bønderne i 14 parceller. Husmændene fik godt 100 tdr., og resten, ca. 186 tdr.. Skovene og Møllesøen blev liggende som stamparcel under hovedgården. Den nuværende hovedbygning, Palæet, er opført fra 1787 til 1788 efter tegninger af Christian August Bohlsmann og fredet.

    I årene fra 1864 til 1920 førte stedet en ret omskiftelig tilværelse som højskole, husholdningsskole og hestestutteri.
    Ved lensafløsningen i 1924 overgik Sandbjerg til fri ejendom, og efter Christian-Einar Reventlows død i 1929 blev Sandbjerg solgt til den københavnske overretssagfører Knud Dahl og hans hustru, Ellen Dahl, født Dinesen. Ellen Dahls søster var Karen Blixen. Efter Knud Dahls død åbnede hun Sandbjerg for kulturpersonligheder og videnskabsmænd, og i 1954 skænkede hun godset til Aarhus Universitet. Ved hendes død i 1959 overtog universitetet den fulde dispositionsret over Sandbjerg Gods.

    Aalstrup
    Aalstrup
    I 1774-75 gennemgik Aalstrup en renovering i forbindelse med, at Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow og hans hustru flyttede ind på gården. Her blev facaden hvidpudset, og gården fik en tresidet hovedtrappe tegnet af greven selv - som senere er blevet erstattet af en ligeløbende trappe med gelænder til hoveddøren.
    Family Line IV. Den danske grevelige linje af 1673 
    Det grevelige reventlowske våbenskjold af 1673
    Det grevelige reventlowske våbenskjold af 1673
    Storkansler Conrad Reventlow (1644-1708) blev i 3. juli 1673 optaget i den danske grevestand. Hans våbenskjold blev udformet som de fleste af den tids nydannede våbenskjolde som 4-delt med hjerteskjold, 3 hjelme med hjelmtegn samt skjoldholdere.
    Våbenskjoldet er dannet ved sammensætning af en række eksisterende våbener, som så tilsammen danner eet nyt skjold.
    Skjoldet er firdelt med grevekronet hjerteskjold, tværdelt ved et vandret tindesnit af sølv og rødt (slægtsmærket):
    1. felt: 3 sølv spurve (2,1) i blåt (Sperling);
    2. felt: delt af sølv og rødt (Rantzau);
    3. felt: en kronet guldbevæbnet, sort dobbeltørn i sølv (Below);
    4. felt: en med 3 røde roser belagt sølv skråbjelke i blåt (von Halle)
    På skjoldet 3 grevekronede hjelme (I,II og III):
    I: to jernbeklædte arme holdene dobbeltørnen.
    II: et guldrandet rundt skjold mellem et sølv og rødt vesselhorn, stukne gennem en krone.
    III: 6 med skråbjelken belagte påfuglefjer bag 2 røde vesselhorn.
    Skjoldholdere: 2 vildmænd med løftede køller i indadvendt hånd, under skjoldet rager frem to jernklædte arme holdende to, hinanden krydsende sværd.
    Kilde DAA 1939 p58 - 4,II,5 
    Titel Lensgreve til grevskabet Christianssæde og efter broderen Conrad Georg Reventlows død desuden til grevskabet Reventlow (Sandbjerg) 
    Slægtskab 4 x Great Grand Father 
    Død 11 okt. 1827  Christianssæde, (før: Tostrup), Skørringe, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Christianssæde
    Christianssæde
    Kilde: Danske Herregårde.

    Christianssæde - der oprindeligt hed Taastrup - var fra 1729 til 1924 hovedsæde i grevskabet Christianssæde for familien Reventlow.

    I perioden 1729 til 1741 hed grevskabet Christiansborg.

    Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow indførte store forbedringer i landbruget på grevskabet. Det var fx i hans tid, at de store landboreformer fandt sted her forud for de nationale tiltag, hvor bl.a. bøndergodset overgik til arvefæste og udskiftningen og udflytningen af landsbyfællesskaberne gennemførtes.

    Også i sin politiske karriere lykkedes det for Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow at forbedre bøndernes forhold, idet han var med til at nedsætte Den Store Landbokommission i 1786, der bl.a. havde stavnsbåndets ophævelse til følge. Christianssæde blev da også det første gods på Lolland der afløse hoveriet, dvs. det arbejde som fæstebønderne skulle udføre som betaling for fæstegården blev omsat fra fysisk arbejde til et pengebeløb. I 1827 døde Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow på Christianssæde, selv om hans egentlige bopæl var Pederstrup, som op igennem 1800-tallet blev familien faste opholdssted på Lolland.

    Begravelse Horslunde Kirkegård, Horslunde, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow
    Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow
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    Notater 

    • BIOGRAFI: "The most noble statesman Danmark has reared". So writes a historian of the twentieth century of Christian Ditlev Frederik Viscount Reventlow, owner of vast forested Danish estates, holder of important offices during the years around 1800, a devoted servant to his King and his Country, an outstanding reformer of rural life in Danmark and not least a born scientist and investigator into the nature of tree growth.

      C. D. F. Reventlow was born on March 11, 1748 in Copenhagen, the first son of Christian Ditlev Reventlow (I710-1775) and Johanne Frederika Sophie, Baroness of Bothmar (1718-1754).

      The Reventlow family is mentioned in the historical annals of Danmark and Holsten as far back as the year 1223. The first member of the family to take prominent part in the political life and government of the Kingdom of Danmark was Conrad Reventlow (1644-1708) a keen diplomat who, on behalf of the Danish king, negotiated with France, England and Holland regarding the freedom of Danish sea trade during the naval warfare of these countries around 1690 . From 1699 to his death in 1708 he was Lord Chancellor to the absolute monarch, Frederik I V.

      Among his numerous offices may also be mentioned that of Chief Conservator of the Royal Forests which he held from 1680 to 1699. During this period two decrees were issued which are outstanding in thehistory of Danish forest policy. These were the decree of December 29 , 1681 prohibiting deforestation and the decrcee of September 13 1687 concerning the management not only of the Royal Forests butof private forests as well.

      Conrad's son, Christian Ditlev Reventlow (1671-1738) is remembered for his military achievements. He succeeded his father as Chief Conservator of the Royal Forests, but this was probably an honorary courtcharge as he spent most of his time as leader of a Danish army hired out for warfare in foreign countries. When the king, Frederik IV, who was married on his left hand to Reventlow's sister, diedin 1730, the new king, Christian VI, deprived Christian Reventlow of all his offices. He thereupon retired to his estates.

      Christian's son who bore the same name of Christian Ditlev Reventlow (1710-1775) was the father of C. D. F. Reventlow. He abstained from taking high offices and lived mainly for managing the many estates he had inherited from his parents. When his wife died in 1754, leaving him with four children of whom the eldest was only 6 years old, he was much depressed. He married again in 1762, and togetherwith his second wife, Charlotte Amalie, born Holstein, (1736-1 792) created a greatly beloved home for his gifted children.

      His two sons, Christian Ditlev Frederik and Johan Ludvig (1751-1801) were Titelated by their father so that they were equipped to hold high office under the Danish government. In 1762 both boys were sent to school at the academic gymnasium of Altona in Holsten where they learned much but also followed the unfortunate custom of drinking and brawling in the streets . Luckily they were prevented fromrunning away from the gymnasium to join the Prussian army . In 1764 they were transferred to the Academy of Sorø on Zealand under the charge of a private tutor Dr. med. Carl Wendt (1731-1815) and thisproved very successful. Dr. Wendt remained a close friend of the Reventlow family until his death and collaborated with C. D. F. Reventlow in later years when they both held high office in the Danishgovernment.

      In 1767, having completed their Titelation at Sorø Academy, the two brothers and their tutor set forth on a long journey to foreign countries. They first spent two years at the Universit y of Leipzig.Here C. D. F. Reventlow became influenced for life by the ideas of the German philosophers, C. F. Gellert (1715-1769) and Christian Garve (1742-1778), on social ethics and especially on freedom of tenure. In the spring of I769 they left Leipzig to go to Frankfurt a. M. and Heidelberg, and from there to Switzerland. During the first months of the year 1770, they studied in Paris and then proccededto England for a stay of several months at Oxford. This travelling was not intended for sightseeing but primarily for meeting prominent people, scientists and government administrators and to study agricultural reform, silviculture, manufacturing and mining, all of great interest for young noblemen who were one day to own great landed and forested estates and presumably to hold high office in theDanish gove rnment.

      In the autumn of 1770 they returned from England to Danmark via Belgium and Holland. But the political situation had become rather complex, and so the two young Reventlows were once more sent by theirfather from Danmark to study for a year in Sweden and Norway. Then at last , C. D. F. Reventlow was allowed to settle at Christianssæde on Lolland, one of the estates owned by his father. In June l774he married Charlotte v. Beulwitz (1747-1822) and so began an extremely happy family life. In 1773 Reventlow recieved his first official appointment - as Gommissioner in the State Department for Economy and Trade - and from then on he rose gradually to higher and higher office.

      In 1775 he inherited from his father a number of estates in the southern part of Danmark, on the island of Lolland. Here he immediately began almost revolutionary agricultural reforms based on what hehad seen, particularly in England. His entire possessions, comprising 32 villages with 270 tenant farms were mapped. The fields which had hitherto been cultivated by the common field system, in village-community, were allotted separately to each farm . Modern buildings were erected on each farm in the middle of its own fields. Better tools for tillage were introduced. Villeinage was abandoned andcompensated by the payment of rents fixed according to the varying prices of agricultural products.

      Schools were established and midwifery organized. For the better management of the forests he sought the assistance of a Hanoverian forester, G. W. Brüel (1752-1827), who was well acquainted with thenew German ideas of high forest management. These activities on his own estates gave him a very valuable basis for introducing corresponding reforms throughout the entire country.

      In 1784 a court-revolution took place, overthrowing the reactionary reign of the Dowager Queen who on behalf of her stepson, the insane Christian VII, had taken over the autocracy. The Prince Royal, later Frederik VI (1768-1839) was established as Prince Regent. Reventlow took a prominent part in this revolution and from then until 1813, when he took his leave, he worked in close and friendly collaboration with the Prince Regent, who became the Sovereign in 1808.

      The reforms carried out by Reventlow during these 29 years were many and varied. First should be mentioned the agricultural reforms along the lines introduced by himself upon his own estates. During the years from 1781 to 1800 agricultural conditions in Danmark were totally changed and the life of a Danish peasant revolutionized. Since the Middle Ages by far the largest part of the farm land had been cultivated, according to the communal system of agricultur e , by peasants who were copyholders under the great land owners. A land owner had the privilege of terminating copyhold rights at will and any of the peasants on the estate could be forced to move to an unoccupied strip holding. The copyhold rents were unspecified, especially that portion which comprised enforced labour on the estatei. e. villeinage. This had come into being in the middle of the fifteenth century and under this form of tenure no peasant was allowed to leave his birthplace without permission of his lord and master. This compulsory restraint was abolished in 1702, but was re-established in 1733 under a form known as "adscription".

      In 1781 a Royal Ordinance proclaimed the voluntary abandonment of the collective system of a g riculture involving the exchange of strip holdings for one compact holding. However this h a d no practical value before radical agricultural reforms were carried through by co-operation between Reventlow, A. P. Bernstorff (1735-1797) and C. Colbiørnsen (1749-1814), his colleagues in the Cabinet. First the copyholds under the Royal Estates in northern Zealand were abolished, farmhouses and buildings were moved from the old villages out into the fields and the farms themselves were transferred to thecopyholders on reasonable terms, either as copyhold or as freehold. In 1787 definite rules were fixed for legal transactions between the estateowners and the copyholders. For this purpose a series ofactions were taken towards abolishing tenure in villeinage and transferring the farms under copyhold or freehold. I n 1788 the adscription was abolished.

      These important and comprehensive reforms were the basis for the great development of Danish agriculture from the time they came into effect until the present day.

      Reventlow promoted further social advancement for the common people through new laws on the treatment of prisoners, poor relief and the establishment of primary schools all over the country. He participated in the reorganization of the state finances and the banking system and in the establishment of a new credit institution for financing the reforms of the land owners and farmers. Trammels on thetrade of corn and other agricultural produets were abolished . Better roads were constructed and new harbours built. The Royal silver mines in Norway were rationalised. Measures were taken to check the migration of sand dunes over fertile soils in the coastal distrikts. Last but not least, he worked for the improvement and spread of organized forestry in Danmark.

      Danmark's unfortunate participation on the side of France in the Napoleonic wars, with the naval battle in the harbour of Copenhagen in 1801, and the bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807 necessitating the maintenance of an expensive army, brought the Kingdom of Danmark to bankruptcy in 1813. Reventlow could not agree with the King, who during his later years had grown very self-confident, about the correct methods for handling this difficult situation. Therefore Reventlow requested permission to resign as Chancellor. This was granted in December, 1813 .

      He then retired to his estates, Christianssæde and Pederstrup, on Lolland. Here he found full and satisfactory occupation in managing his estates, in building a new house at Pederstrup and in literarywork. Owing to frugal living his health was good throughout his life until he died on October 11, 1827 at the age of 78 years.

      Reventlow was buried at the churchyard of Horslunde near Pederstrup, characteristically at a place he himself had chosen in the part of the churchyard where hitherto only poor people were buried. A modest stone was placed on the grave with an inscription composed by him sel f . This inscription tells us of a man who although self-confident and aware of his own a chievements was humble towards Godand man: "Strongly he felt his faults and shortcomings, yet God strengthened him and gave him health, energy and courage to serve with loyalty, eager ness and good fortune his King and his Country through a number of years, aided by many noble collaborators, and to accomplish much to the honour of God and the benefit of Danmark. Through 48 years he was happily married to F. L. S. C. v. Beulwitz, who was pious, wise and gentle . Their marriage was blessed with 12 children of whom 9 survived them. They loved God and humanit y, bore hatred to none, lived and died in the hope of a happy resurrection in Jesus Christ, our Saviour. You, who read this, work too with the gifts God has bestowed upon you, and leave the glory to God alone".

      Herunder hviler det, som tilhørte jorden, af Christian Ditlev Frederik, greve af Reventlow, født den 11 marts 1748, død den 11 oktober 1827.

      Levende følte han sine svagheder og sine mangler, men Gud styrkede ham og gav ham helbred, kraft og godt mod til med troskab, iver og held at tjene konge og fædreland, understøttet af mange ædle medarbejdere at udrette meget til Guds ære og Danmarks tarv.

      I 48 år var han lykkelig gift med F.L.S, v. Beulevitz, der var gudfrygtig, fornuftig og blid. Deres ægteskab velsignedes med 12 børn, af hvilke 9 overlevede dem. De elskede Gud og menneskene, hadede ingen, levede og døde i håbet om en glad opstandelse ved Jesus Christus vor frelser.

      Du, som læser disse linier, åger med det pund, Gud betror dig og giv Gud æren.

      Not all of his contemporaries, however, looked upon C. D. F. Reventlow as a benefactor of his countrymen. The greater part of the landed nobility of his time was opposed to his agricu lt ural reforms,which they considered ruinous to themselves and to the country, and they bel iev ed him to be a radical traitor to their class. An obelisk commemorating the abandonment o f ad scription was erected in1792 at the West-Gate of Copenhagen today the heart of the city . But in 1938 contributions from the entire country made it possible to acquire the mansion and park on C. D. F. Reventlow's beloved estate of Pederstrup to restore building to the original plan of Reventlow and to create in the rooms of his own home a Reventlow Museum containing furniture, pictures and books relating to the life of C. D. F. Reventlow and his family.
    Person-ID I10832  Reventlow | Efterkommer efter C.D.F. Reventlow, Efterkommer efter Conrad Reventlow, Ancestor to Christian Ditlev Reventlow
    Sidst ændret 22 aug. 2016 

    DNA Tests  2 DNA tests are associated with Lensgreve Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow 

    Far Aner Christian Detlev Reventlow
              f. 10 mar. 1710
              d. 30 mar. 1775, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 65 år) 
    Mor Aner Johanne Sophie Frederikke Bothmer
              f. 25 aug. 1718, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 17 apr. 1754, Plön, Slesvig-Holsten, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 35 år) 
    Gift 12 feb. 1737  København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Familie-ID F26154  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

    Familie Aner Sophie Frederikke Louise Charlotte von Beulwitz
              f. 1 jun. 1747, Oldenburg, Niedersachsen, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 25 jul. 1822, Pederstrup, Vesterborg, Lollands Nørre Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 75 år) 
    Gift 31 jul. 1773  Christiansborg Slotskirke, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Børn 
    +1. Christian Detlev Reventlow
              f. 28 apr. 1775, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 31 jan. 1851, Pederstrup, Vesterborg, Lollands Nørre Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 75 år)
     2. Christopher Ernst Ditlev Reventlow
              f. 26 sep. 1776, Christianssæde, (før: Tostrup), Skørringe, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 9 nov. 1781, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 5 år)
     3. Conrad Ditlev Einart Carl Reventlow
              f. 17 mar. 1778, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 1 apr. 1778  (Age 0 år)
     4. Sophie Charlotte Reventlow
              f. 25 mar. 1779, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 9 mar. 1846, Slesvig, Slesvig-Holsten, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 66 år)
    +5. Ludvig Detlev Reventlow
              f. 7 jun. 1780
              d. 10 jun. 1857, Preetz, Slesvig-Holsten, Tyskland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 77 år)
     6. Charlotte Louise Reventlow
              f. 6 feb. 1782, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 15 jun. 1782  (Age 0 år)
     7. Louise Sybille Reventlow
              f. 30 jun. 1783, Bernstorff Slot, Jægersborg Sogn, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 1 maj 1848  (Age 64 år)
    +8. Conrad Detlev Cay Reventlow
              f. 1 jun. 1785, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 30 maj 1840, Frihedsminde, Skørringe, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 54 år)
     9. Ernst Christopher Detlef Reventlow
              f. 6 aug. 1786, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 18 jan. 1859, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 72 år)
    +10. Einert Carl Detlef Reventlow
              f. 6 jan. 1788, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 4 maj 1867, Pederstrup, Vesterborg, Lollands Nørre Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 79 år)
     11. Charlotte Augusta Agnes Reventlow
              f. 13 jan. 1790, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 12 jan. 1864, Pederstrup, Vesterborg, Lollands Nørre Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 73 år)
    +12. Frederik Detlef Reventlow
              f. 25 nov. 1791, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted
              d. 6 okt. 1851, Glasgow, Scotland, Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Age 59 år)
    Billeder
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    Sidst ændret 25 jan. 2015 
    Familie-ID F32161  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

  • Begivenheds Kort
    Link til Google MapsFødt - 11 mar. 1748 - Christianshavn, København, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsDøbt - 12 mar. 1748 - Christianshavn, København, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsGift - 31 jul. 1773 - Christiansborg Slotskirke, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Christian Detlev Reventlow - 28 apr. 1775 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Christopher Ernst Ditlev Reventlow - 26 sep. 1776 - Christianssæde, (før: Tostrup), Skørringe, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Conrad Ditlev Einart Carl Reventlow - 17 mar. 1778 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Sophie Charlotte Reventlow - 25 mar. 1779 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Charlotte Louise Reventlow - 6 feb. 1782 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Louise Sybille Reventlow - 30 jun. 1783 - Bernstorff Slot, Jægersborg Sogn, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Conrad Detlev Cay Reventlow - 1 jun. 1785 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Ernst Christopher Detlef Reventlow - 6 aug. 1786 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Einert Carl Detlef Reventlow - 6 jan. 1788 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Charlotte Augusta Agnes Reventlow - 13 jan. 1790 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBarn - Frederik Detlef Reventlow - 25 nov. 1791 - København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsDød - 11 okt. 1827 - Christianssæde, (før: Tostrup), Skørringe, Fuglse Herred, Maribo Amt, Danmark Link til Google Earth
    Link til Google MapsBegravelse - - Horslunde Kirkegård, Horslunde, Danmark Link til Google Earth
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  • Billeder
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    * 1773 m. Sophie Frederikke Beulwitz (1747-1822)
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    * 1773 m. Sophie Frederikke Beulwitz (1747-1822)
    Christian_Ditlev_Frederik_Reventlow_Prime_minister_and_reformer.jpg
    Christian_Ditlev_Frederik_Reventlow_Prime_minister_and_reformer.jpg
    Ophavsmand
    Hans Hansen (1769–1828)
    Beskrivelse
    Christian Ditlev Frederik Reventlow, Prime minister and reformer
    Dato 1804/05
    Teknik maleri
    Nuværende placering Reventlow museum
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    * 1773 m. Sophie Frederikke Beulwitz (1747-1822)

    Historier
    Artikel om Sophie Frederikke Louise Charlotte von Beulwitz
    Artikel om Sophie Frederikke Louise Charlotte von Beulwitz
    Kilde: Museum Lolland-Falster
    Grev Reventlow og bondens frigørelse
    Grev Reventlow og bondens frigørelse
    Hans Rasmussen, 1881
    Udvalgte breve fra Sophie Frederikke Louise Charlotte von Beulwitz
    Udvalgte breve fra Sophie Frederikke Louise Charlotte von Beulwitz
    Kilde: Museum Lolland-Falster
    Et indblik i en jomfruelig klostertilværelse 1768-74.
    Et indblik i en jomfruelig klostertilværelse 1768-74.
    Breve fra Sophie Frederikke Louise Charlotte von Beulwitz. Kilde: Dansk Adelsforening - Meddelelser marts 2015 Forfatter: Jesper Munk Andersen, Museumsinspektør, Museum Lolland-Falster

    Folios
    Markussen, Ingrid: Hensynet til piger i den Reventlowske skolepolitik
    Markussen, Ingrid: Hensynet til piger i den Reventlowske skolepolitik
    Forfatter: Ingrid Markussen
    Greve C.D.F Reventlow
    Greve C.D.F Reventlow
    Forfatter: Hans Rasmussen, 1885
    Grev Reventlow og Bondens Frigjørelse
    Grev Reventlow og Bondens Frigjørelse
    Forfatter: Hans Rasmussen

  • Kilder 
    1. [S1] Adelsårbogen, DAA 1939 p58 (4 slægtled II-5).