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Stockholm, National Archives, E 1992 (4), Bielkesamlingen, 02 Adliga ätten Bielke, Nils Pedersson Bielke (†1550), hans svärmoder, maka och barn. Vol. 8: Skifvelser och Godshandlingar (m.m.). Fragmentary financial account

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Fragmentary financial account

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1566

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Stockholm
National Archives
E 1992
Bielkesamlingen, 02 Adliga ätten Bielke, Nils Pedersson Bielke
(†1550), hans svärmoder, maka och barn. Vol. 8: Skifvelser och Godshandlingar
(m.m.)
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Stockholm, National Archives, E 1992 (4), Bielkesamlingen, 02 Adliga ätten Bielke, Nils Pedersson Bielke (†1550), hans svärmoder, maka och barn. Vol. 8: Skifvelser och Godshandlingar (m.m.). Fragmentary financial account
1566
Fragmentary
financial account
A fragmentary
account of income and expenditure
for several goods, and includes two copies of receipts at the end. Folios are missing from the beginning at least, as there should be a section on revenue (in money) before the section on expenses that starts on fol. 1.
Paper
12 folios.
22,5cm × 34cm
No foliation.
VI
12
One quire of six bifolia.
In good condition.
Text in a single column, not ruled.
One main hand belonging to
Sigfrid Persson
(the same script appears in other documents written by him; see
Stockholm, National Archives, Strödda domböcker och rättegångshandlingar, vol. 29, Häradsrätts dombok för Nedre Satakunta 1572-1573, 1592
;
Bielkesamlingen, 01 Hogenskild Bielkes samling, Vol. 10: Handlingar rörande Nynäs gård i Nousis socken Åbo län / E 1984 (11)
). Brown ink.
No decoration.
No covers. Sewn through the centrefold.
A fragmentary but well-written and clear account. The account is by
Sigfrid Persson
, steward of
Hogenskild Bielke
. Persson is identified in the two receipts at the end of the account, the latter of which also makes reference to
Hogenskild Bielke
. The account may well mainly concern judicial incomes of
Hogenskild Bielke
, which are often referred to in the account. (Compare the account also to the previous manuscript in this same archival volume
(E 1992 (3))
.) Archival markings in pencil on the first folio read “Nynäs 1566” but the connection to
Nynäs
may merely be through service to
Hogenskild Bielke
.
1566
is the correct dating (see fol. ).
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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