Adlercreutz

Adlercreutz is a Swedish and Finnish noble family. Its oldest known ancestor is Erik Markusson, dead 1654, who was a farmer in Biskops, Stortötar, Lohja, Uusimaa. His son Thomas Teuterström (1643–1710) was an accountant and was ennobled on 26 September 1700 in Karlshamn by King Charles XII of Sweden with the name Adlercreutz, and was introduce...
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Adlercreutz

[baronial family] The baronial family Adlercreutz is a branch of the commander family Adlercreutz. The major general, later the general of the cavalry and one of the lords of the realm, count Carl Johan Adlercreutz (1757-1815), was created a Swedish baron together with his three sons Fredrik Thomas Adlercreutz (1793-1852), Carl Gustaf Adler...
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Adlercreutz

[comital family] The Swedish comital family Adlercreutz is a part of the baronial family Adlercreutz. The general of the Swedish cavalry, cabinet minister and adjutant general Carl Johan Adlercreutz (1757-1815), who had been created a Swedish baron 30 August 1808, was created Swedish count in accordance with the 37th paragraph of the Swedis...
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