To posterity Corfits Ulfeldt has stood as the prototype of a traitor in Danish history. In addition, modern historians have been liable to view him as a highly mentally unstable man whose lust for power ended in megalomania and insanity. In contrast his wife Leonora Christina has been admired because of her long time as a prisoner after his death.
Corfitz rigsgreve Ulfeldt (født 10. juli 1606 på Hagenskov ved Assens, død mellem 14. og 20. februar 1664 ). Søn af rigskansler Jakob Ulfeldt og dennes hustru Birgitte Brockenhuus. Gift 9. oktober 1636 med Christian 4.s og Kirsten Munks datter Leonora Christina. Opkaldt efter farbroderen.
08/10/2021 · Corfitz Ulfeldt (født 10. juli 1606 på Hagenskov slot ved Assens, død mellom 14. og 20. februar 1664) var en dansk politiker og senere landsforræder. Bakgrunn og familie Ulfeldt var sønn av rikskansler Jakob Ulfeldt og Birgitte Brockenhuus. Han giftet seg 9. oktober 1636 med Christian 4.s og Kirsten Munks datter Leonora Christina.
- Hagenskov Castle, Danmark
- July 10, 1606
- former Franciscan Monastery, Germany
- February 20, 1664
Count Corfits Ulfeldt was a Danish statesman. Once logged in, you can add biography in the database
Corfitz Ulfeldt. Birthdate: estimated between 1539 and 1593. Death: March 23, 1614. Immediate Family: Son of Jacob Knudsen Ulfeldt, til Selsø and Anne Jacobsdatter Flemming. Husband of Else Lauridsdatter Brockenhuus and Regitze Nielsdatter Parsberg. Father of Jacob Ulfeldt, til Bavelse.
- estimated between 1541 and 1599
- January 22, 2016
- March 23, 1614
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Corfitz Jacobsen Ulfeldt was born on month day 1606, at birth place, to Jakob Jacobsen Ulfeldt and Birgitte Lauridsdatter Ulfeldt (born Brockenhuus). Jakob was born on June 25 1567, in Bavelse , Själland, Danmark.
Corfits Mogensen Ulfeldt (c. 1600-October 1644) was a Danish naval officer. He was a cousin of the much more famous traitor Corfitz Ulfeldt (1606–1664). He is known in the annals of whaling as the man who drove the French out of Spitsbergen. Ulfeldt later fought and died in the Torstenson War .  Contents 1 Family 2 Career 3 Footnotes