A manor for the poor


Lundegård manor house is visible from the road from Tommerup to Brobyværk. It dates back to the early 1500s, and in the early 1600s, the manor belonged to King Christian IV's mother-in-law, Ellen Marsvin. In 1702 it was acquired by Peder Smidt, who bequeathed…

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A bailiff's son with a social conscience

Lundegård was sold in 1702 to Peter Smidt, a bailiff's son. This was a sign of the times of…

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