86 pages in Danish to read... [closed]

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I have recently found this document that is scanned and online, about the bankruptcy of one of my ancestors.

The problem is that both law and economics are my weakest subjects. And the handwriting is also very difficult.

I can see mentioned the mother-in-law of my ancestor and his brother (they married a pair of sisters) her name is Christine Rogge (widow of Mr Engelbrecht).

I wonder who to ask to look into it a bit to see where the most interesting parts of it are.

https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/da/billedviser?epid=20203402#293731,59403990

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closed with the note: I have gotten it transcribed!
in Genealogy Help by Maria Lundholm G2G6 Pilot (126k points)
closed by Maria Lundholm

The main persons in this case seem to be 

and it seems to have to do a lot with coffee.

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