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Anders Örbom (1675-1740)
Captain Anders Örbom I of Örebro
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Sex: Male
Birth: May 9, 1675 (1675-05-09) (341 years ago)
Örebro, Sweden
Baptism: Lutheran
Death: May 25, 1740 (age 65)
276 years ago
Rödön, Sweden
Burial: Rödön, Sweden
Father: Anders Olofsson (bef1660-aft1675)
Mother: Anna Eriksdotter (bef1660-aft1675)
Spouse/Partner: Anna Elisabeth von Rohr (1701-1744)
Marriage: September 5, 1719 (age 44)
297 years ago
Solikamsk, Perm Krai, Russia
Children: Anders Örbom II (1720-1783)
Carl Joachim Örbom (1721-1810)
Erik Johan Örbom (1723-1802) ^
Anna Catharina Örbom (1725)
Gustaf Örbom I (1728-1730)
Charlotta Örbom (1730-?)
Gustaf Örbom II (1732-1807)
Christopher Örbom (1735-1828)
Sara Elisabeth Örbom (1736-?)
Petrus Örbom (1738-?)
Note(s): ^ Winblad line
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Jämtland regiment

Minnesmonument över Jämtlands kavalleri

Jämtland regiment monument

Captain Anders Örbom (May 9, 1675 – May 25, 1740) was a captain for the Swedish Empire during the Great Northern War. He was shot in the face at the Battle of Poltava and taken to Solikamsk, Perm Krai, Russia as a prisoner of war for 13 years.[1][2][3]

Name variationsEdit

  • Anders Örbom
  • Anders Orbom
  • Anders Öhrbom
  • Anders Orhbom
  • Anders Oerbom

ParentsEdit

His father was a man named Brask, who was a District Court Judge in Örebro.[4] He possibly was Anders Olofsson (bef1660-aft1675).

BirthEdit

He was born in Örebro, Sweden on May 9, 1675.[5] His father was a man named Brask, who was a District Court Judge in Örebro.[5] His birth and baptism has not been found because the baptism book for Örebro Nikolai for the years 1666 to 1692 is no longer extant.

MilitaryEdit

Anders joined the military in 1691 and he took part in the campaign at Humlebæk on Zealand, a Danish island where Copenhagen is located, in 1700. On July 7, 1701 he left camp and on July 9, 1701 he crossed the Düna River in Riga in Ukraine. There they conquered the Saxony troops and took about 700 prisoners. He fought in the Battle of Klissow on July 7, 1702 and the Battle of Pułtusk on April 21, 1703. He participated in the Battle of Reusch-Lemberg in 1704, and the Battle of Fraustadt on February 3, 1706, and was promoted to Lieutenant in the Jämtland rifle regiment.[6] He participated on July 4, 1708 in the Battle of Holowczyn. He was wounded with a bullet to the face. The bullet remained lodged in his skull the remainder of his life.[1] He also participated in the Battle of Lakowitz.[1]

CaptureEdit

He was captured on the Dnepr River, in the Ukraine, on July 1, 1709. Anders was taken to Solikamsk, Perm Krai, Russia as a prisoner of war along with other officers captured during the Battle of Poltava. All the soldiers were executed, and the officers were imprisoned in Solikamsk. He married Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1744) on September 5, 1719 in Solikamsk, Perm Krai, Russia. Anna's father was Joachim von Rohr (1677-1757), Lieutenant Colonel and Commander of Dalarö fortress, the military fortress east of Stockholm, on the Baltic. Her mother was Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (1680-1758).

Together Anders and Elisabeth had their first child in Solikamsk, Perm Krai, Russia:

Return from RussiaEdit

Anders returned home to Sweden in 1721 or 1722 after 13 years of imprisonment. He was promoted to cavalry Captain with the Jämtland rifle regiment, and in 1727 became squadron chief. He lived in Brunflo, Sweden and later Rödön, Sweden. He had the following additional children:

DeathEdit

Captain Anders Örbom died on May 25, 1740 in Rödön, Jämtland, Sweden and he was buried in Rödön, Jämtland, Sweden on June 5, 1740.

RelationshipsEdit

Anders Örbom I (1675-1740) was the sixth, great-grandfather of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ). He was the third, great-grandfather of John Edward Winblad I (1856-1914); and fourth, great-grandfather of Maria Elizabeth Winblad II (1895-1987). He was the seventh, great-grandfather of Anders Daniel Henric Pemer (1968) of Skogås, Sweden. He was the fifth, great-grandfather of Virgil Wayne Rapp (1927) of Cannon Falls, Goodhue County, Minnesota. He was the sixth, great-grandfather of Wayne Gustav Ohlsson (1945) of Iron County, Michigan. He was the ancestor of Yvonne Öhrbom (1949) of Värnamo, Sweden.

See alsoEdit

TimelineEdit

Cavalry captains (ryttmästares) of the Jämtlands Mounted Rifleman (Hästjägare) squadronEdit

Captains of the Jämtlands Mounted Rifleman:[7]

External links Edit

InsigniaEdit

DocumentsEdit

GenealogyEdit

Svenska ättartalEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Adam Lewenhaupt (circa 1719) (in Swedish). Karl XII's officerare: Biografiska anteckningar. "Örbom, Anders, f. 1675 9/5 i Örebro: trumpetare vid Livreg. till häst 1691; korporal därst. 1701 12/6; kvartermästare därst. 1702 1/3; sekundkornett därst. 1703 29/12; premiärkornett därst. 1704 14/12; sekundljötn. därst. 1706 8/2; premiärlöjtn. därst 1708 7/2; fången 1709 1/7 vid Perevolotjna; hemkom 1722; ryttmästaren karaktär 1724 16/5 med rang från 1723 26/6 och placering vid Jämtlands kav. komp.; ryttmästaren därst 1727 25/8; d. 1744 25/5 på Rödön i Jämtland; (Deltog i fälttåget på) Seland, Pitzur, Klissow, Holofzin, Pultusk, Reusch-Lemberg, Fraustadt, Lakowitz, Poltava: sårad i ansiktet, hade kulan kvarsittande i huvudet. - G. 1719 5/9 i Solikamsk m. Anna Elisabeth von Rohr (A 15), f. 1701 22/1, dotter av överstelöjtn. Joachim von Rohr och Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg. Hade 6 söner, därav 5 blevo officerare vid Jämtlands reg.
    (Translated into English: Örbom, Anders, born May 9, 1675 in Örebro: trumpeter at Livreg, on horseback in 1691; Corporal on June 12, 1701; Quartermaster on March 1, 1702; Second cornet on December 29, 1703; First cornet on December 14, 1704; Second Lieutenant on February 8, 1706; First Lieutenant on February 7, 1708; taken prisoner on June 1, 1709 at Perevolochna; returned home in 1722; Major on May 16, 1724 with rank from June 16, 1723 and the placement of Jämtland Cavalry; Major on August 25, 1727, and died on May 25, 1744 at Rödön in Jämtland; Participated in the campaigns: Seland, Pitzur, Klissow, Holofzin, Pultusk, Reusch-Lemberg, Fraustadt, Lakowitz, Poltava: wounded in the face, had left the ball sitting in the head. September 5, 1719 in Solikamsk married Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr, born January 22, 1701, the daughter of överstelöjtn. Joachim von Rohr and Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg. Had 6 sons, of which 5 were officers in Jämtland regiment.)"
     
  2. ^ Harold Oscar Prytz (1867) (in Swedish). Historiska upplysningar om Svenska och Norska arméernas regementer och kårer ... http://books.google.com/books?id=XwpBAAAAYAAJ&dq. 
  3. ^ Karl Alfred Karlsson Örbom (1891-1945) (1963). Jämten; Heimbygdas Arsbok. http://books.google.com/books?id=3YdAAAAAIAAJ&q=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22+Poltava&dq=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22+Poltava&ei=LgWzSvyVF5vcyQTVuqjyAg&client=firefox-a. "1724-1728 Anders Örbom. Född i Örebro 1675. Kom i tjänst 1691. Deltog i fälttåget på Seeland 1700, övergången av Düna 1701, slagen vid Klissov, Holofzin, Pultova, m. fl. Blev fången vid Djnepr 1 July 1709 och förd t. Sibirien, hemkom 1722. Bodde i Brunflo, seden Rödön. Begraven i Rödön 5 June 1740 G. 5 September 1719 i Solikamski, Sibirien m. Anna Elisabeth von Rohr, dotter av kommendanten på Dalarö, överstelöjtn. Joakim von Rohr och Katerina Charlotta Klingenberg." 
  4. ^ Festskrift till Iwan Wikström på hāns 60-årsdag, den 19 September, 1947, September 19, 1947, http://books.google.com/books?id=L5PGAAAAIAAJ&q=%C3%96rbom+Brask&dq=%C3%96rbom+Brask&hl=en&sa=X&ei=uf70UPWNHOjw0QHFoIGIDQ&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAQ, retrieved 2013-01-15, "... ryttmästaren vid Jämtlands kavallerikompani Anders örbom, född i örebro den 9 maj 1675, där fadern var rådmannen och handelsmannen Brask. Sonen Anders ändrade sitt efternamn och inrymde i detta en del av namnet på sin födelsestad ... (... Captain at Jämtland Cavalry Company Anders Örbom, born in Örebro May 9, 1675, where his father was an alderman and a merchant named Brask. Son Anders changed his last name and changed his name to honor his native town ...)" 
  5. ^ a b Iwan Wikström and Janrik Bromé (1947) (in Swedish). Festskrift till Iwan Wikström. http://books.google.com/books?id=L5PGAAAAIAAJ&q=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22&dq=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22&ei=_nusSrHkIon4zASSxcmVBQ&client=firefox-a. "... Anders Örbom, född i Örebro den 9 maj 1675, där fadern var rådmannen och handelsmannen Brask. Sonen Anders ändrade sitt efternamn och inrymde i detta en ..." 
  6. ^ Nils Ahnlund and Holger Wichman. Jämtlands och Härjedalens historia, volume 4. http://books.google.com/books?id=R5ENAQAAIAAJ&q=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22&dq=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22&ei=9gezSuqZIovEywTs4L22Aw&client=firefox-a. "Anders Örbom, som var i rysk ..." 
  7. ^ a b Julius Mankell (1828-1897) (1866), Anteckningar rörande svenska regementernas historia, http://books.google.com/books?pg=PA204&dq=%22Anders+%C3%96rbom%22&ei=yDdXUciLJ9a24AOMsIH4Bw&id=eCtEAAAAYAAJ&output=text, retrieved 2013-03-30, "Under återstoden af 1700-talet blef kavalleri-kompaniet för öfrigt blott en gång uppbådadt till krigstjenst, nemligen vid Norrmännens fredsbrott 1788. Ryttmästare under denna tid voro Johan Blum från 1719, Anders Örbom från 1727, Leonhard Svede från 1740, Niklas Adolf Krcemer från 1742. David Samuel Silfverstolpe från 1764, Erik Johan Örbom från 1773, Nils Silfversköld från 1778, Pehr Alexander Rudbeck från 1783 och Johan Herman Tideman från 1786. År 1802 förändrades namnet till Jemtlands Hästjägare-sqvadron. (During the remainder of the 1700s became cavalry company for the rest, but once uppbådadt to krigstjenst, namely, the Norwegians' breach of the peace 1788th captain during this time were John Blum from 1719, Anders Örbom from 1727, Leon hard Svede from 1740, Niklas Adolf Krcemer from 1742nd David Samuel Silfverstolpe from 1764, Erik Johan Örbom from 1773, Nils Silfver Shield from 1778, Pehr Alexander Rudbeck from 1783 and Johan Herman Tideman from 1786. In 1802 the name was changed to Jemtland Horse Hunter-sqvadron.)" 

ResearchEdit

  • Researched and written by Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ). On May 2, 2014 his birth in Örebro, Sweden was searched for and not found because the baptism book for Örebro Nikolai for the years 1666 to 1692 is no longer extant. Updated on May 2, 2014 with his death in Rödön, Jämtland, Sweden.
  • Yvonne Öhrbom writes on May 4, 2014: "Yes , in the Death-book for Rödön 1716-1751, C:2, page 224, I can read that he was buried 5 June 1740, in his 66 years age. I have copies from the Swedish war archive, there Anders Ö. by himself wrote; is born in Örebro, my age is 47 years, served for 31 year. Örebro 20 October 1722 and his name And. Örbom (it will be 1675) I have also his Track record. There is no churchbook for birth 1675 in Örebro St. Nicolai. In the book "Norrländska Slägter" - O.C. Ahlström; Anders Örbom born Maj 9, 1675 Örebro and died Maj 25 1740. Buried in Rödö Church 1740. I have been there, and a Verger tell me, the Church had burned, and all skeletals under the floor was moved out to the cemetery. I have also been at Fryele Church and cemetery. I had a meeting with two persons who know a lot from older times. They know where the area is, there Von Thor and Näsbyholm had places for their graves. But they had to take this area to other graves, because there was no other place for new ones! We know the area but not the exact place for Johan Christoffer v. Rohr`s grave. I also visited the Cemetery Management, and talk with a man, but he had not dates for graves from that time long ago. But he will Contact County Museum in Jönköping for their opinion, because they decide about this. So I wait just now for answer from him !! This will be a long letter ! But I want to tell you , I have do DNA-Test, FamillyTreeDNA, that you told me for two years ago. And I have got Test-results on my side. I Think it is a Little difficult to understand.! In June I shall take a trip to Russia and look at Viborg and Kexholm, and in July I shall take a trip to Austria, for look at the Place were Von Rohr was coming from. It is a Place near Linz."

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