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Midsummer Remise

Midsummer Remise

22. & 23.06.2019
The weekend of Nordic castles and manor houses.
Move with us from estate to estate.

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Estate Kokendorf

In 1704 the village of Kokendorf, which consisted of eight farms, was divided. Three belonged to Colonel de Puits of Wehnendorf, five farms were owned by Captain von der Hardt of Gubkow.



Structure of ownership:

1780-1798

Professional Huntsman Johann Carl von Stein

On March 29th 1797 the Professional Huntsman Johann Carl von Stein of Gubkow was ennobled by Emperor Franz II. (see Gubkow).

1798-1799

Frau Friederike Maria von der Decken (see Gubkow)

1799-1802

Christian Ludwig Graf von Bothmer (see Gubkow and Lieblingshof)

1802-1814

Johann Christian Hillmann (see Gubkow and Lieblingshof)

1814-1824

Johann Ludwig Hillmann (see Lieblingshof)

1824-1827

The brothers J. B. Heinrich Hillmann, Wilhelm Friedrich Carl Hillmann und Georg C. A. Hillmann (see Lieblingshof)

On the open fields of the estate Kokendorf another estate was established in 1799, Lieblingshof. However the two were not divided, both farms remained as a whole. In the official statistics both names were always listed up to 1827. After that the name Kokendorf was withdrawn and only the estate of Lieblingshof existed.


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