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Jakob Ronne (Deken)

German: Ritter Jakob Roenne/Decken
Also Known As: "Jaagup 'Ronne' Deken", "Roenne", "Djäkn", "Jacob Deken", "von Decken"
Birthplace: Lyndanisse (Tallinn), Estland (Eesti)
Death: between December 29, 1472 and 1479
Immediate Family:

Son of Jeppe Abrahamsson Djäkn and Helena N.N.
Husband of N.N. and Margareta Helmetsdotter Risebiter
Father of Andreas Deken, von Roenne, von Decken; Jakob Deken; Jürgen Deken; Margarete Deken; Alleit Deken and 1 other
Half brother of N.N. Jakobsdotter; Helena Jakobsdotter and Ragnhild Jakobsdotter

Occupation: Ritter, Riddare av Tyska Orden, Riddare, Herr auf Neuhof, Surwike, Katties&Pollik
Managed by: Erkki A Tikkanen (Geni Curator)
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About Jakob Ronne

Äldre svenska frälsesläkter I:2, s. 122-126.

Jakob Ronne Deken

Ägde godsen Harme, nu Harm, och Neuenhof i Koskulls, nu Kosch, sn samt gods i Jördens sn i Harrien i Estland (a. a., nr 116, 119, 195), vidare hus på Domberget i Reval (a. a., nr 243, 1100). ? hus på Domberget i Reval

Deykin House - Tallinn, Estonia - Gothic Architecture on - 6.10.2012 - This building is located at 6 Kuninga Street in Tallinn's Old Town.

6 Kuninga Street, Late Gothic dwelling, an architectural monument under national protection. First mentioned in 1359 as the property of ship owner Jacobus Deyken. The stone building, first mentioned in 1373, was proceeded by several wooden buildings in the first half of the 14th century. Obtained its present dimensions and position of rooms in the 15th century. Rebuilt in the 17th century. Refurbished in 1983. The building is now the home of the Kullo Lastegalerii (an art gallery of Kullo youth center).

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Lyndanisse (Tallinn), Estland (Eesti)
Virumaa, Baltia, Estonia
December 29, 1472
Age 72