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Manor Allerstorf

Allerstorf belongs to the municipality of Marlow which is counted as part of the West Pomerania-Rügen district today but historically belongs to Mecklenburg. The first documented reference to it was in 1210.

Structure of ownership prior to 1945:


Christian Wilhelm Brist


Major J. A. C. von der Lühe heirs


Cuno Hans Karl von der Lühe


valet de chambre Julius Diederich von der Lühe


grand-ducal Salineamt Sülze

Page of the Chamber Julius Diederich von der Lühe had up to 1786 been residing on the estate of Helmstorf near Tessin. During this year he gave up this property and purchased the estates Hohen Niendorf and Mechelsdorf in the district of Bukow. He farmed these until 1802 and then went to reside in Dargelütz and Vogelsang in the district of Grabow. Without relinquishing these two farms he managed to acquire the estates of Schulenberg, Allerstorf, Kneese and Fahrenhaupt (an inheritance is likely). In 1824 these were sold to the Grand-ducal demesne chamber and assigned to the Saline Administration Sülze.

The Tenants of the Demesne:

1824 - 1839

Christian Warnkroß

1839 - 1861

Theodor Bartels

1861 - 1868

Christian Regelin

1868 - 1885

Friedrich Reinwein

1885 - 1895

Ferdinand Stier

1895 - 1906

Fritz Eckert

1906 - (1917)

Wilhelm Burow

(1921) - (1928)

Hedwig Burow