Denmark - most text in English
|The family name - Stobbe - originates long time back in Germany and means a
collection of wood or logs. The file in the German language explains into details the
development from the start to the 17'teen century. This file is expected to be translated
and exposed in English in the near future.
Here shown Schleswig - Holstein area of Germany south of the boarder to Denmark. Where Steinburg county is green and marked number 5.
|The Stobbe family in Denmark originates from Magnus Stobbe (1790-1837), possible the son of an Inn keeper named Tias Stobbe. Magnus ran away from his family in Glückstadt (Steinburg county) around the year of 1802. He was found by the Danish general Johan von Ewald who took personal care of him, learned him among other things to be special agent in the Danish army. In 1814, after the wars with England and Germany, Magnus settled on Zealand 65 km south of Copenhagen as a miller. Per Stobbe originates directly from Magnus Stobbe.|
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