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Johan Christopher Ruuth I
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Sex: Male
Birth: December 7, 1768 (1768-12-07) (248 years ago)
Näskotts parish, Jämtland, Sweden
Death: July 16, 1822 (age 53)
Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden
Father: Erik Johan Örbom (1724-1815)
Mother: Helena Ruuth (1729-1802)
Siblings: Christina Örbom (1758-1796)
Elisabet Helena Örbom (1761-1837)
Carl Johan Örbom (1765-1836)
Spouse/Partner: Catharina Maria Martinell (1773-1813)
Marriage: August 4, 1796 (age 27)
Näskott parish, Jämtland, Sweden
Children: Catharina Helena Ruut (1797-?)
Johanna Gustafva Ruuth (1800-1860) ^
Eric Gustav Ruuth (1803-1864)
Jacob Efraim Ruuth (1808-?)
Kristina Margarita Ruuth (1810-?)
Carl Johan Ruut (1812-1832)
Sara Elizabeth Ruuth (1816-1816)
Sara Maria Ruuth (1817-1868)
Johan Olof Ruuth (1819-1853)
Johan Christopher Ruuth II (1823-1899)
2nd Spouse: Elisabeth Nordenström (1784-1825)
2nd Marriage: 1815
Note(s): ^ Näslund and Winblad line
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He attended Upsalla University

Johan Christopher Ruuth I (1768-1822), born Johan Christopher Örbom was the 1st chapel preacher (kapellpredikanter) for Linsells parish, Jämtland, Sweden from 1795 to 1804, then the minister of Graninge parish, Västernorrland, Sweden from 1804 to 1808. He was the 19th minister of Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden from 1808 to 1822. (b. December 07, 1768; Näskott parish, Jämtland, Sweden or Lits parish, Jämtland, Sweden - d. July 16, 1822; Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden)

NameEdit

Johan Christopher Örbom took his mother's maiden name when he was ordained on December 09, 1792, and was then known as Johan Christopher Ruuth. In some records his name is spelled Ruut.

BirthEdit

He was born on December 7, 1767 or December 7, 1768 in Näskott parish, Jämtland, Sweden or Lits parish, Jämtland, Sweden. The churchbook has not been found yet.

ParentsEdit

SiblingsEdit

EducationEdit

Johan attended the Frösö parish school, Jämtland, Sweden, just a little south of Näskott, and went to Härnösand "highschool" in 1783, and became a student at the Uppsala University in 1787 at age 19. He would have graduated around 1791.

TutorEdit

For several years he was a private tutor in the manors in Ångermanland.

Ordained priestEdit

He was ordained as a minister on December 9, 1792 and took his mother’s maiden name, Ruut, as his own name. After his ordination he was an assistant to Reverend Petrus Petri Rissler (1745-1793) in Sveg, Jämtland, Sweden. When Rissler died, Johan temporarily took over his pastorship until Wilhelm S. Huss was appointed. On October 21, 1795 Johan became the first kapellpredikanter (chapel preacher) for Linsells parish, Jämtland, Sweden.[1]

Graninge and HedeEdit

On November 17, 1803 he took charge of Graninge parish, Västernorrland, Sweden in Sollefteå, Sweden. Johan took his final exam March 14, 1806. After 5 years in Graninge he went to Hedes parish, Jämtland, Sweden on May 25, 1808 as the 19th minister. He served there for 14 years.[2]

First marriageEdit

Johan married Catharina Maria Martinell (1773-1813) on August 4, 1796 in Näskott parish, Jämtland, Sweden. She was 5 years younger than him.

ChildrenEdit

Death of wifeEdit

Catharina Martinell died in childbirth with her last child in 1813 in Hede parish, Jämtland, Sweden.

Second marriageEdit

Around 1815 he married Elisabeth Margareta Nordenström (1784-1825), possibly in Hede parish, Jämtland, Sweden but the record has not been found. She was 16 years younger than him.

ChildrenEdit

Faithful shepherdEdit

It was said of Johan Christopher Ruuth I that he was "a faithful shepherd and a tender friend of the people".

DeathEdit

He had exceptionally good health, but had a stroke the July 16, 1822, and died the same day, in his 55th year in Hede parish, Jämtland, Sweden.

Swedish ecclesiastical biographyEdit

  • Hede. 19. Johan Christopher Ruuth (1808-22), f. 7 dec. 1767 i Näskotts s:n å Faxälfven, son af majoren vid Jämtl. regem. Erik Johan Örbom och Helena Ruuth, dotter af öfverstelöjtn. Gustaf Ruuth och Helena von der Hude. Genomgick Frösö skola, kom 1783 till Hsand gymn. och blef stud. i Upsala 1787. Efter att ha innehaft åtskilliga informatorsplatser i Ångermanland, prästv. han under antagande af sin moders namn 9 dec. 1792 på kallelse till adj. af khden i Sveg Pehr Rissler och förordnades vid hans död till nådårspredikant. Blef 21 okt. 1795 kapellpred. i Linsell och 17 nov. 1803 brukspredikant vid Graninge i Sollefteå. Past. ex. 14 mars 1806; efter 5 års vistande vid Graninge utn. till khde i Hede 25 maj 1808, där han verkade i 14 år ss. en trogen herde och ömsint människovän. Han åtnjöt ovanligt god hälsa, men insjuknade 16 juli 1822 och afled samma dag af slag i sitt 55 ålders år.
1) på Faxälfven 4/8 1796 m. Catharina Maria Martinell, f. 1773, dotter af bruksinspektor Martinell och Cath. Christina Sedin; d. i barnsän 26/11 1813.
2) 1815 m. Elisabeth Margareta Nordenström, f. 1784, dotter af prosten Olof Nordenström i Offerdal; d. 26/10 1825 i Hede. Barn i förra giftet: Catharina Helena, g. 6/11 1818 m. khden i Mo Michael Huss; Johanna Gustafva, f. 11/1 1800, g. m. komm. i Hede, sedan i Torsåker i Ångermanl. Israel Næslund; Erik Gustaf, f. 17/11 1804, stud. 1822, gardist, d. 1834; Jacob Efraim, f. 22/4 1808 i Graninge, gymnasist i Hsand 1825, reste till Finland med en teatertrupp, kom sedan till St. Petersburg, där han blef lärare och sist titulärråd; Kristina Margareta, f. 29/3 1810 i Hede, g. 1833 m. bokbind. Carl Gust. Högström i Östersund; Carl Johan, f. 18/8 1812, stud. 1830, d. i Sthm på Stallmästaregården för egen hand 28/12 1832; Maria Elisabeth, f. 26/11 1813, d. 12/1 1815; i senare giftet: Sara Elisabeth, f. 7/1 1816, d. 10/1 s. å.; Sara Maria, f. 19/4 1817, g. m. khden Ol. Jakob Weider i Sunne; Johan Olof, f. 2/11 1819, sockenpred. i Multrå, d. 10/1 1853; Johan Christoffer, f. 9/2 1823 posthumus, khde i Stöde. (Original Swedish)
1) In Faxälfven, Jämtland County, Sweden on August 4, 1796 he married Catharina Maria Martinell (1773-1813), she was born in 1773, the daughter of utility inspector Martinell and Catherine Christina Sedin. She died in barnsän November 26, 1813. Children from the first marriage are: Catharina Helena Ruut (1797-?) who was born on November 6, 1797 in Linsells parish, Jämtland, Sweden and she married Reverend Michael Huss (1782-1836) and they lived in Mo parish, Sweden; Johanna Gustafva Ruuth (1800-1860) was born on January 11, 1800 in Hede parish, Jämtland, Sweden and she married Israel Israelsson Näslund III (1796-1858); Eric Gustav Ruuth (1803-1864) was born on November 17, 1804, he was a student in 1822 then a soldier, he died in 1834; Jacob Efraim Ruut (1808-?) was born on April 22, 1808 in Graninge parish, Västernorrland, Sweden, he attended school in Harnosand in 1825, he then went to Finland with a theater troop, then went to Saint Petersburg, Russia, where he became a teacher and finally a government clerk (titulärråd); Kristina Margarita Ruuth (1810-?) was born on March 29, 1810 in Hede parish, Jämtland, Sweden and married Carl Gustav Högström, a bookbinder in 1833. They lived in Östersund, Jämtland, Sweden; Carl Johan Ruuth (1812-1832) who was born on August 18, 1812, and was a student in 1830, he took his own life in the stable master's home (stallmästaregården) on December 28, 1832; Maria Elizabeth Ruuth (1813-1815) was born on November 26, 1813 and she died on January 12, 1815.
2) In 1815 he married Elisabeth Margareta Nordenström (1784-1825). She was born in 1784, the daughter of Reverend Olaf Nordenström of Offerdals parish, Jämtland, Sweden. She died on October 26, 1825 in Hede parish, Jämtland, Sweden. The children from his second marriage are: Sara Elizabeth Ruuth (1816-1816) who was born on January 7, 1816 and died on January 10, 1816; Sara Maria Ruuth (1817-1868) who was born on April 19, 1817 and she married Reverend James Weider in Sunne parish, Jämtland, Sweden; Johan Olof Ruuth (1819-1853) was born on November 2, 1819, he was a minister in Multrå parish, Ångermanland, Sweden, he died on January 10, 1853; Johan Christopher Ruuth II (1823-1899) was born on February 9, 1823. (Best English translation to date)

TimelineEdit

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AncestorsEdit

Johan Christopher Örbom (1768-1822)'s ancestors in three generations
Johan Christopher Örbom (1768-1822) Father:
Erik Johan Örbom (1724-1815)
Paternal Grandfather:
Anders Örbom I (1675-1740)
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Brask
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Paternal Grandmother:
Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1744)
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Joachim von Rohr (1677-1757)
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (1680-1758)
Mother:
Helena Ruuth (1729-1802)
Maternal Grandfather:
Gustav Ruuth (1681-1755)
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Nils Ruuth (c1649-1704)
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Catharina Wattman (c1688-1722)
Maternal Grandmother:
Helena von der Hude (1688-1754)
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Petter van der Hude
Maternal Great-grandmother:


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RelationshipsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Sveg with Lillherrdal, Älfros, Linsell and Öfverhogdal, http://www.solace.se/~blasta/herdamin/sveg.pdf, retrieved 2013-04-01, "Kapellpredikanter I Linsell. 1. Johan Christopher Ruuth (1795-1804). Söndagen 2 aug. 1795, då komm. E. Forsslöf förrättade gudstjänst i Linsell" 
  2. ^ Graninge, https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.solace.se%2F~blasta%2Fherdamin%2Fhede.pdf, retrieved 2013-04-01, "19. Johan Christopher Ruuth (1808-22), f. 7 dec. 1767 i Näskotts s:n å Faxälfven, ..." 

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