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Stockholm, National Archives, E 1982 (3), Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Vol. 8: Finska godsräkenskaper. Tenant registers concerning Lahis estate

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Tenant registers concerning Lahis
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1590-1592

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Stockholm
National Archives
E 1982
Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Vol. 8: Finska
godsräkenskaper
Unit 3

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Lahis

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Stockholm, National Archives, E 1982 (3), Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Vol. 8: Finska godsräkenskaper. Tenant registers concerning Lahis estate
1590–1592
, possibly
Lahis
estate
Tenant register
s concerning
Lahis
estate
Three
tenant register
s concerning
Lahis
estate in
Tavastland
. They mostly include information on payments of various kinds (
stadga
,
gingerd
, and
komol
) as well as inventories of cattle. Presumably written in Lahis, the registers are in the name of
Henrik Jacobsson
, possibly the bailiff of the estate.
Fol. : Headline: '
Längder som lyder hinndrich Jacopssonns Reckennskapper Till pro anno etc 90 91 och 92
'.
Fols. 2–16: Register for
1590
Fols. 17–31: Register for
1591
Fols. 32–46: Register for
1592
Paper
47 folios.
11,5cm × 35cm
No foliation.
Quire structure uncertain. Many bifolia have had one folio cut out, and quires have been sewn unconventionally. The outermost bifolium encloses the three main quires which (approximately) align with the division of content between three years (1590, 1591, and 1592).
In good condition.
Text in a single column, not ruled.
One hand typical of cameral records of the
latter half of the 16th century
.
No decoration.
No covers. Quires sewn together; structure of the binding is unclear.
Records that were part of manorial accounting at
Lahis
estate. The
tenant register
s are in the name of
Henrik Jacobsson
who presumably was the bailiff. The possessions accounted for are stated to belong to
Anna Clemetsdotter Hogenskild
(e.g. fol. ). The accounts are well written and structured. Parts of the text have been crossed out, implying an auditing process which would mean the records are most probably drafts (rather than transcripts). The most likely place of writing is Lahis estate.
The estate of
Lahis
was part of a larger set of possessions in
Finland
which also included the estates of
Nynäs
and
Vik
along with their tenant farms.
The financial records of
Nynäs
and related estates came to the Swedish Crown, and later the
Swedish National Archives
, when the possessions and archives of
Hogenskild Bielke
were confiscated following his execution in
1605
(see
Introduction
to these descriptions).
Cataloguer
Seppo Eskola
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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