Family Group Sheet


Name Anton IX Federley
Birth 27 Apr 1696, Augsburg Dompfarrerei Bayern Germany
Death Feb 1742, Tyrväntö Vanajaniemi Estate
Burial Feb 1742, Under the floor of old Tyrväntö church
Occupation Rakuuna/Dragon Jahtivouti/Jaktfogde
Father Anton VIII Federle (1639-1697)
Mother Ursula Mihltahler (?1660-?1701)
Spouse Maria Erichsdotter
Birth 1700, ? Wanajaniemi
Death 7 Dec 1767, Pertteli/St Bertils Romsila
Burial 10 Dec 1767, Pertteli/St Bertils Romsila
Children
1 M Christopher X Federley
Birth 8 Oct 1723, ?
Death 1 Mar 1805, Uskela Salo
Occupation Kutsuntakirjuri/Mönsterskrivare Häradsskrivare/Kihlakunnankirjuri
Spouse Maria Elisabet Wialenius
Marriage 4 Oct 1753, Kangasala
2 M Johan X Federley
Birth ? , ?
Death ? , ?
3 M Eric X Federley
Birth 1727, ?
Death 12 Jun 1795, Salo Uskela Pettilä
Occupation Renkivouti/Drängfogde
Spouse Regina Winqvist
Marriage 3 Nov 1757, Tyrväntö
4 M Anton X Federley
Birth 8 May 1731, ?
Death 25 Jul 1797, Mikkeli Msrk/St Michel Landskommun Anttola
Occupation Sawmill Accountant/Sahakirjuri/Sågbokhållare
5 F Sofia Elisabetha Federley (Died as Infant)
Birth 9 Dec 1733, Vanajaniemi Tyrväntö
Death 1734, Tyrväntö
6 F Maria Antonsdotter Federley
Birth 1738, ?
Death ? , ?
Spouse Johan Lundberg
Marriage 21 Apr 1756, Hämeenlinna/Tavastehus Saris
Notes for Anton IX Federley
Roman Catholic. He was born Anton Federle (In the books sometimes Antoni) and changed his name to Anton Federley. God parents at the christening were: Daniel Melz and Maria Sohrerin. Anton was burried under the floor of the old Tyrväntö church. On 5 Jun 2000 a tombstone was placed on the Churchyard of this church by Lars Federley. A memorial service was held there in connection with the first Family Reunion which was held in Hämeenlinna Castle 11 Jun 2000. Anton enrolled as a dragoon 13 Nov 1721 into Nylands/Tavastehus dragoonregiment Rustningstomme 17 Suotala Hannukkala and was granted an early resign 13 April 1728. General Major Reinhold Johan De La Barre was the chief of this regiment from 13.5.1713 to 1.10.1724 when he died. The chief of Anton's company was colonnel (överstelöjtnant) Robert Fredrik de la Barre. Anton needed no recomendation to be enrolled beacues Colonnel de La Barre knew him personally. The 1st company (korpralskapet) was located in nedre Sääksmäki härad and more close to the Kulsiala tingssocken. To this tingssocken belonged Tyrväntö, Pälkäne, and parts of Hauho and other Sääksmäki socknar. His first horse was a white mare. It died 9 Jan 1727. The next horse was a grey mare. Varoius miliatry sources from Tore Blomqvist.
It is today known that Anton lived in Tyrväntö Vanajaniemi 1733 and 1734. (Source Leena Heikelä Film ES 2206 Pälkäne, page 82) The house where he lived is still located in the same place and owned by Mr and Mrs Eino Laitinen. It is yet not known where Anton lived before and after that. He was named Jaktfogde in the local vintercourt of Kulsiala (later Tyrväntö) Sahalahti and Pälkäne, belonging to Övre Sääksmäki härad (county). This court was held 9 - 11 febr. 1732 in the village of Äimälä in Pälkäne. At that court was present Länsman Johan Alberti whose decendant is Anders Lukander married to Maria Jakobina Wingstedt daughter of Ulrika Carolina Federley and Nils Jacob Wingstedt.
Anton F. was godfather to Johan Michelsson's and Walborg Samuelsdotter´s child Catharina who was born 12.3.1731 in Lepaa/Tyrväntö. Other god parents were carpenter Joseph Drufva, ? Michelson, Olof Mattson with wife Catharina Michelsdotter and Anna Michelsdotter. They all were from Lepaa. Joseph Drufva is mentioned to be the carpeneter who made interiors in the old Tyrväntö church in 1734.
Notes for Maria Erichsdotter
She lived in Suotaala Hannukkala 1727 - 1728 and in Vanajaniemi 1733-1734. Source Henkikirjat. In the books it is said: Maria Erichsdr Federley ifr. Romsila Ruti gård död af slag och ålderdom samt bräcklighet 67 år gl. Source: Book of burried St Bertils 1760 - 1799 film BII a 3. (Leena Heikelä). After her husband's death 1742, Maria moved from Tyrväntö or neighborhood to Pertteli/St Bertils where she is burried. St Bertils is about 10km west from Salo. Salo is located about 100km from Tyrväntö. It is not known when she moved to Pertteli/St Bertils but in 1752 she already lived there. The beutiful stonechurch in Pertteli was build 1729 and is in good condition today.
Notes for Christopher X (Child 1)
At an age of 22 Christopher joined the Army in 1745 and was pointed kutsuntakirjuri/mönsterskrivare 30 Jun 1751 and gave his resignation 18 Nov 1776 and his mission ended 11 Dec 1776. He served in the army 31 years and it was probably the reason why Sweden's king Gustav the third later on(born on the 24th of January 1746 and murdered on the 16th of March 1792) gave Christopher a golden watch manufactured 1781 in Stockholm. The machinery was made by Erik Lindgren and the shell by Petter Strömkvist. The watch can be seen in Porvoo/Borgå citymuseum it is preserved as item number 3937. The testamony to the museum was left after Christopher's great granddaughter Ida Josefina Federley (1855 - 1912) and included this watch, 2 golden rings a watchchain and an iron and 2 paintings of a Dutch painters. (Source Helsinki Citymuseum yearbook Narinka 1995, article "watches and their bearers" by Merja Herranen at Porvoo Museum.) He lived in Kalvola in Kutisten (Kuttis) kartanossa 1743 - 1745. Source Olli Tiitinen. There lived kihlakunnakirjuri Carl Johann Hindersson Pernovius who most probaly was the one he tought Christopher in his comming profession. C.J. H. Pernovius married to Hevig C. von Schröve. They had a son Carl Adam b. 20 Jan 1740 in Pernå (Pernå-Vius) After that
Christopher lived at the Vialenius family 1746 - 1751 before he married their daughter of the family 4 Oct 1753. His wife's parents may have helped the couple financially.
As godparents for the first five of Christopher's children was present Fourier Jonas Ekman (sometimes Eckman) and his wife Christina Aemelea born in Halikko 1 Sep 1710. They were married in Halikko 14 Sept 1731. They lived in Halikko and had 9 children born between 1732 and 1751. Jonas Ekman was born 1699 and baptised in Göteborg Sweden 6 Apr 1699. In 1713 He worked as "Skrivare vid Warfwet i Göteborg (Gothengurg,Sweden) Source Gerald Enckell. In1720 he worked as mönsterskrivare for the army in Bohuslän (the green dragoons). A Fourir Jonas Eckman was enrolled into the Savolax regiment 2 Aug 1717. Source Leena Heikelä(Generalmönsterrullam 1720 film 55030. This was not actually the same Jonas Eckman who married Christina Aemelea. Source Wirilander/Olli Tiitinen.
Jonas Ekman (Eckaman Eichman)
Jonas Ekman is more or less the same age as Kristoffer's father Anton. Jonas Ekman was certainly an armyfriend with Christopher and probably also with Anton Federley.
The working class people in the neighbourhood of Christopher's wanted to make an official written protest against the feodal masters and Christopher took the mission of do the writing. The outcome was very bad. Many of the people were condemned because of their obstruction.
Kristoffer bought the estate of Pettilä in Uskela 1 May 1782 from Maximilan Carpelan who had bought it 1766 from Maria Eriksdotter the second wife and of Claes Thomasson who owned it since 19.19.1709. In 1799 Christopher gave the Pettilä estate to his daughter Christina Eleanora who married Karl Grönlund. Their youngest son Simon Grönlund inherited then the Pettilä Estate. In 1837 he sold Pettilä to Fil Maist, Ritari Carl Gustav von Bondsdorff. Pettilä became now Karlberg when the new owner bought also other estates in the neighbourhood, Eerikin rälssitila and Akun verotila.
In 1880 Adolf Johan Finne bought Karlberg and sold it in the same year to comtess Marianne Armfelt. She kept it until 1909 when she sold it and from that on it has belonged to the same family. The new owner Herman and Sofia Bock sold main part of Eerikin rälssitila and Akun verotila and kept the rest. The Bock family took the name Pettilä. Pettilä is today owned by Kaarlo Pettilä who celebrated his 60th anniveresry 23.6.2001. (Source Suomen maatilat 3rd part Turun ja Porin lääni) Book of records in original in Turun maakunta-arkisto maakirjat)
Notes for Johan X (Child 2)
In 1748 he was a pupil at the school "Tavastehus trivialskola" .
Notes for Eric X (Child 3)
Eric's birth year 1727 is taken from Hämeenlinna/Tavstehus komunionbok 1753-1759 page 74.
He lived in Hämeenlinna/Tavastehus Saarisen Latokartano/Saris Ladugård when he got married. Pertteli/St Bertils communionbook page 213 Ingeris Gård 1764 - 1767, is mentioned: Erik born 1730 and wife Regina born 1726 and Joh. Gust. Federley born 29.12.1763. In 1767 they moved to Maaria/St Marie. Erik worked for handelsman Baer at Kaistarniemi estate at St Marie. 1767 - 1787. In 1787 he moved to to Uskela where he died 1795. He lives at his brothers Kristoffer's house Pettila from 1779 - 1790. In the communion book of Hämeenlinna/Tavastehus its is said he was born 1729. (Source LMH)
On 15 Jul 1770 Mats Öfverholm's and Walborg Johansdotter's daughter Elisabeth was christened and the goodparents wre Eric Antonsson (Federley) och dess hustru Regina Winck (Wingstedt) alla från Caistarniemi. Kaistarniemi is today a part of Hirvensalo which belongs to the city of Turku/Åbo. Sourcs LMH (Leena Maria Heikelä)
Notes for Anton X (Child 4)
In the book of burried in Mikkeli/St Michel his name is written Federlöf. Wilskman is writing: "Pupil in Hämeenlinna/Tavastehus trivilaskola." On Pertteli/St Bertils MF 1057 page 325 mentioend "Sågbokhållare född 8.5.1731". In 2008 Leena Heikelä found out that in Tavastehus komunionbok 1725-1751 page 142 is a list of the pupils "Scholaris" in 1746 and there is mentioned Anthoni Federleus. Sågbokhållare född 8.5.1731. He lived by Erik Johan Wirilander in Anttola and was probably in his service. He was not married.LMH
Notes for Sofia Elisabetha (Child 5)
She was christened in Tyrväntö 11. December 1733. She was burried under the floor of the old Tyrväntö church. Her father's, Anton´s and her surname is spelled Federli in the church records. They lived in the Vanajaniemi house in Tyrväntö at the time of her birth. Godparents at the christening was Herr Major (Johan?)Eckman, Herr Hans Boije, Fru Majorskan Anna Sophia Boije, (wife of Herr Major Boije?) Dns. Studerande Simon Boström and Caisa Echriksdotter. (Possibly Maria Ehricksdotter's sister)
Notes for Maria Antonsdotter (Child 6)
She lived in Hämeenlinna/Tavastehus at the time she was married.
She lived together with her brother Erik and his wife Regina in the Saris Ladugård.
She worked as a Piika/Piga in at Saris.
In the communionbook it is said that Maria was born 1738. LMH
Maria appears several times as God parent as Maria Antoniidotter, Maria Lundgren or Maria Federley. She appears in many courts mostly testifying what she has seen and experienced but never accused for anything.
She is mentioned in Hämmeenlinan Court. kaupungintilit Ga:9 Uppbördsbok.
1786 Muraremestare hustru Maria Lundberg utfattig (poor to her bones)
1817 restlängd, Maria Lundberg, ränta 10 daler specie, desse rester äro ostridige och skola utsökas.
Ga:10 1788 tomt 94 Lundberg, ränta 2 daler 40 öre 8 skilling specie, tomtöre 7 öre.
resterar för år 1787 21 öre, brandvaktspenning 14 öre
resterar 1786 1daler 46 öre 8 skilling
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