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Claus Clausen Kames
  • Født
  • BEF 1620
  • Rønne
  • Begivenhed
  • ABT 1671
  • 04. sg. Spagergård, Nylars
  • Begivenhed
  • ABT 1671
  • 04. vg. Båsegård, Nylars
  • Død
  • 1677
  • Rønne

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Claus Clausen Kames was a ship's captain (skipper) in Rønne, also
church-warden (kirkeværge) in 1647, and councilman (rådmand) in 1648,
and mayor (borgmester) in 1658 to 1661. After the murder of
Printzenskjöld he spared the lives of five
swedish officers, he and a boy-servant took the captured prisoners to
hold in his courtyard i Rønne. He was selected interim vassal
(lensmand) of Hammershus.

After the death of Sivert/Sigvard Gagge in 1661 Claus Kames was
appointed the guardian of Sivert's widow Christine Kiøller. He acted
as manager of her farm Store Myregård in Åker until her death in
1665. Evidently Claus was closely related to
Christine Kiøller (probably a nephew), as in a court case from 1666
Hans Olufsen Kofoed (died 1694) states that he is as close an heir
after Christine Kiøller as her guardian Claus Kames. In 1671 or 1676
Claus Kames inherited Båsegård, 4' Vdg.
Nylars, and Spagergård, 4' Slg. Nylars, from his mother-in-law. In
1681 was farm mortgaged to Nylars clergyman Jens Morsing, who was
brother-in-law to Poul Ancher.

Claus Clausen Kames
BEF 1620 Rønne
1677 Rønne