Brinkhallin kartanon historia

Brinkhall ownership history

1566–1608  Hans Eriksson (knighted in 1576, one of the Brinkala family)


1608–1615   Krister Hansson (Brinkala family), cavalry captain, married to Brita Cruus af Edeby


1615–1623    Jesper Cruus af Edeby, National Treasurer, and brother to Brita Cruus


1623–1645   Brita De la Gardie, (Jesper’s widow)


1645–1661   Catharina Oxenstierna, countess, (the widow of Brita’s son from her second marriage)


1661–1716     Anna Maria Cruus af Gudhem, baroness


1716–1729    the heirs of Anna Maria Cruus


1730–1736   Johan Henrik Hamilton af Hageby, Major General, son-in-law to Anna Maria’s son


1737–1746   Hamilton’s heirs


1746–1761    Julius Fredrik Ritz, Regiment Surgeon


1762–1766   Henrik Johan Kreij, mill owner


1767–1792    Joachim von Glan, Judge of Appeal (Henrik Johan’s son-in-law)


1793–1831    Gabriel Bonsdorff, nobility name von Bonsdorff, professor, Archiatre


1831–1845    von Bonsdorff’s heirs


1846–1848  Carl Johan Sallmén, mill owner (son-in-law of Gabriel von Bonsdorff)


1848–1873   Fredrika Wilhelmina Sallmén, (daughter of Gabriel von Bonsdorff, widow of Carl Johan Sallmén)


1873–1886   Bengt Johan Krook, Major General


1886–1887   Gerda Matilda Krook, (Bengt Johan’s daughter)


1887–1888   Karl Gustav Nyman, Public Prosecutor


1888–1894   Waldemar Spoof, Executive Secretary


1894–1902   Ebba Maria Spoof, (widow of Waldemar)


1902–1915    Feodor Maximilian Aminoff, Baron, Police Commissioner


1915–1926    Emil Sarlin, industrial magnate


1926–1967   Georg Werner Ramberg, business executive, and his wife Ellen Ulrika Margaretha (born Junnelius)


1967–2001   The City of Turku


2001–            The Finnish Cultural Heritage Foundation (took possession in 2003)

Brinkhall
Suomen Kulttuuriperinnön Säätiö ry

BRINKHALL

Brinkhall Manor

The Finnish Cultural Heritage Foundation

Brinkhallintie 414, Turku FIN-20960

Rental: +358 44 094 0048

Café: +358 44 054 8363

info@brinkhall.fi

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