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Christian Gyldenløve
... Christian Gyldenløve (1674–1703) was one of five illegitimate children fathered by Christian V of Denmark with Sophie Amalie Moth ... The others, all named Gyldenløve, were Christiane Gyldenløve (1672–1689) Sophie Christiane Gyldenløve (1675–1684) Anna Christiane Gyldenløve (1676–1689) Ulrik Christian ... Christian Gyldenløve distinguished himself in both foreign and Danish military service and established himself as the Danish Count Danneskiold-Samsøe, which descended from his ...
Ulrik Christian Gyldenløve (1630-1658)
... Ulrik Christian Gyldenløve (7 April, 1630 – December 11, 1658) was an illegitimate child of Christian IV of Denmark and his chambermaid and mistress Vibeke Kruse ... In February 1645, Gyldenløve was given the estate Skinnerup gård by his father ... Gyldenløve was general of the Realm (Danish rigsgeneral) and commander-in-chief of the Danish army during the Dano-Swedish War of 1657–1658 ...
Scanian War - War On Land - The Gyldenløve War - Gyldenløve's 1676 Campaign
... In 1676 Gyldenløve personally led Norwegian forces in the field ... more resistance to the attack on Vänersborg, but Gyldenløve's forces captured it ... town of Halmstad and then advance along the Swedish west coast to seek contact with General Gyldenløve's forces ...
Sophie Amalie Moth - Children
... children by Christian V were Christiane Gyldenløve (1672–1689) Christian Gyldenløve (1674–1703) Sophie Christiane Gyldenløve (b. 1675) died in childhood Anna Christiane Gyldenløve (b. 1676) died in childhood Ulrik Christian Gyldenløve (24 June 1678 – 8 December 1719) ...
Charlottenborg Palace - History - Gyldenløve's Mansion
... by King Christian V to his half brother Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve on 22 Marts 1669 in connection with the establishment of Kongens Nytorv ... Gyldenløve built his new mansion from 1672 to 1683 as the first building on the new square ... The bricks used were brought from Kalø Castle in Jutland which Gyldenløve owned and had pulled down ...