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Colonel Joachim Cronman
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Sex: Male
Birth: circa 1635 (381 years ago)
Narva, Estonia
Death: March 5, 1703 (age 65)
(313 years ago)
Riga, Latvia
Father: Hans Detterman Cronman (1590-c1645)
Mother: Ursula Kordes (1600-1675)
Siblings: Vilhelm Cronman (c1617-1656)
Johan Detterman Cronman (1618-?)
Anna Catharina Cronman (1620-?)
Fritz Cronman (1621-1680)
Christina Cronman (c1625-1687)
Spouse/Partner: Lunetta Makeléer (1639-1693)
Marriage: August 9, 1657 (age 19)
359 years ago
Children: Anna Catharina Cronman (1660-?) ^
Ursula Cronman (1660-1745)
Carl Cronman (1661-?)
Johan Cronman (1662-1737)
Hedvik Elisabeth Cronman (1663-1699)
Jakob Fredrik Cronman (c1665-1710)
Note(s): ^ Winblad line
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Narva fortress in 2008

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Neumünde fortress in 1705

Joachim Cronman (c1635-1703) was a colonel for the Swedish Empire and the commandant of the Neumünde fortress, where he died on March 5, 1703.

Name variationsEdit

  • Joachim Cronman
  • Joakim Cronman

ParentsEdit

BirthEdit

He was born around 1635.

SiblingsEdit

EducationEdit

Joachim Cronman attended the University of Tartu in Estonia.[1]

MarriageEdit

Joakim married Lunetta Makeléer (1639-1693) on August 9, 1657 in Göteborg, Sweden.[2] Lunetta was the daughter of Hans Makeléer, 1st Baronet (1604-1666). Hans was the Lord of Gåsevadholm and Hageby in Sweden.[3]

ChildrenEdit

CareerEdit

Cronman became a colonel on January 23, 1679.[4] He was later stationed at the Narva fortress.[5] On March 10, 1685 he was assigned to the Savolaks and Nyslott regiment.[6][7][8] He later served as commandant of the Neumünde fortress.[9][7] He died on March 5, 1703 at the Neumünde fortress.[10][7]

DeathEdit

Death in Riga, Latvia on March 5, 1703.

RelationshipEdit

Joakim Cronman (1638-1703) was the ninth great-grandfather of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).

TimelineEdit

External linkEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Arvo Tering. Album Academicum der Universität Dorpat (Tartu), 1632-1710. 
  2. ^ Alexia Grosjean and Steve Murdoch (2005). Scottish communities abroad in the early modern period. http://books.google.com/books?id=GXtnAAAAMAAJ&q=%22Joachim+Cronman%22&dq=%22Joachim+Cronman%22&ei=LfG6SsyuNIvgyQT71PXxDg. "Lunetta married Colonel Joachim Cronman in 1657, while Elsa Beata married Major Marten Christensson till ..." 
  3. ^ Bruce Duncan (1998). The Mark of the Scots: Their Astonishing Contributions to History, Science. ISBN 0806520604. http://books.google.com/books?id=mx2WY17Zd9YC&pg. "One of the first to arrive was John Maclean, one of the principle builders of the city, who made himself a large fortune in the process. He was ennobled by Queen Christiana in 1649 under the name Makeleer and was royal banker to the queen. His son, also John, was president of the Göteburg Court of Justice. ..." 
  4. ^ "Arméns rulla 1684". http://www.genealogia.fi/hakem/luettelo046r.htm. Retrieved 2009-10-10. "Öfwersten Jochim von Cronman, efter kongl. fullmacht ... 23 Jan. 1679" 
  5. ^ Ulla Birgegård (translator and editor) (2002). J.G. Sparwenfeld's diary of a journey to Russia 1684-87. ISBN 9155424449. http://books.google.com/books?ei=oAGzStK9NIjszATPpvX6Ag&id=2t9oAAAAMAAJ&q=joakim#search_anchor. "... Joakim Cronman (d. 1703), colonel with the garrison regiment of Narva 1679, colonel with the Savolaks and Nyslott provincial regiment 1683, commandant at Neumünde fortlet (Gustaf Magnus Elgenstierna (1871-1948) 1936 page 100)" 
  6. ^ Veijo Saloheimo (in Finnish). Savon Historia. http://hannutaanio.lausas.org/text/sotavaki.html. "Savon sotaväki 1610-1721 ... 1682: ... Funcken vaihtoi rykmenttejä eversti Joachim von Cronmanin kanssa, joka suoritti varsinaisen ruotujaon uudelleen. 1695: Saatiin ruotujako valmiiksi. Savon jalkaväki käsitti 875 ruotua, lisäksi Viipurin puolelta liikeni 33 ruotua näiden lisäksi. Pietari Brahe oli aikoinaan käskenyt jakaa kahtia ne talot, joilla asui kaksi perhettä. Eversti Cronman hankki jo sotilastorppiakin. Eversti Joachim von Cronman oli ruotsalainen ja joutunut tänne itään värvättyine rykmentteineen varuskuntapalvelukseen. Savolaisten komantajaksi hän joutui vaihdettuaan virkoja eversti Rembert von Funkin kanssa. Päällystö koostui suurelta osin Cromanin rykmentin upseereista, mutta osa tuli muualtakin." 
  7. ^ a b c Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt (1659-1719) (in Swedish). Karl XII's officerare: Biografiska anteckningar. http://www.flickr.com/photos/richard_arthur_norton/4008678303/. "Överste for ett varvat regiment i Ingermanland 1679 January 23; överste för Savolax och Nyslotts lans infanteriregemente 1685 March 10; tillika kommendant pâ Neumünde skans; död 1703 March 5 in Neumünde. Gift 1659 m. Lunetta Makeleer, dotter av Radmannen Hans M. och Anna Gubbertz. (A 2. Krafl.)" 
  8. ^ "Hobin" (in Finnish). http://www.genealogia.fi/genos/30/30_3.htm. Retrieved 2009-11-01. "Suvun toistaiseksi vanhin tunnettu jäsen on Anders Hobin, joka 1692 mainitaan katselmuskirjurina eversti Joakim Cronmanin rykmentissä (Savon ja Savonlinnan läänin jalkaväkirykmentissä) kapteeni Gyllenspångin komppaniassa. Lappeenrannan henkikirjassa vuodelta 1697 tuossa pienessä itäsuomalaisessa kaupungissa mainitaan asuvaksi mm. katselmuskirjuri Hobinin vaimo." 
  9. ^ Leonhard von Stryk (1877) (in German). Beiträge zur Geschichte der Rittergüter Livlands. p. 72. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/bsb00001239/images/index.html?seite=88. "... Joachim Cronmann ... und Commandant von Dünamünde ..." 
  10. ^ John Gabriel Anrep (1821-1907) (1858) (in Swedish). Svenska adelns ättar-taflor. http://www.flickr.com/photos/richard_arthur_norton/3983932981/in/set-72157622443628262/. "Joachim Cronman son af Hans Detterman Nobil Cronman ... Kommendant pâ Neumünde skantz ..." 

AncestorsEdit

Joachim Cronman (c1635-1703)'s ancestors in three generations
Colonel Joachim Cronman (c1635-1703) Father:
Hans Detterman Cronman (1590-c1645)
Paternal Grandfather:
Paternal Great-Grandfather:
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Paternal Grandmother:
Paternal Great-Grandfather:
Paternal Great-Grandmother:
Mother:
Ursula Kordes (1600-1675)
Maternal Grandfather:
Joachim Kordes (bef1585-?)
Maternal Great-Grandfather:
Maternal Great-Grandmother:
Maternal Grandmother:
Ursula Gantschau (c1576-?)
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Joachim Gantschau (c1550-1622)
Maternal Great-Grandmother:

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