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Hannula, Kutala, Karkku

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Siffredh Piltti and Dionisius

The Hannula farm appears in the land records from 1540 to 1571 as owned by a Siffredh Ragualdsson Piltti.

Dionisius Siffredhsson Hannula was fined in 1571 for bad fences, bridges, roads and ditches, and the lack of hops.

From 1644 to 1828 the farm served as an academy farm, providing funding for the theological faculty of the Royal Academy of Finland in taxes. In the 1640s the farm was owned by Niilo Markunpoika.

Eric Marcusson's descendants

The next known owners of the farm were Eric Marcusson and his wives, both called Margareta from 1656 until 1697. Their descendants held the farm for over a hundred years.

  • 1692-1712 son Eric Ericsson and wife Caisa Ericsdotter
  • 1722-1749 son Thomas Ericsson and wife Maria Larsdotter Kuuttila
  • 1750-1770 son Henric Thomasson and wife Walborg Mattsdotter Pirjola
  • 1771-1809 son Henric Henricsson and wife Anna Ericsdotter Iso-Hisso
  • daughter Sara Henricsdotter and husband Johan Johansson Pipo
  • son Henric Johansson and wife Wilhelmina Isacsdotter Kartano

Johan Kaaja

In the 19th century Johan Johansson Kaaja and his wife Anna Henricsdotter Karo took over the farm. Their son Henric Wilhelm Johansson Hannula and his wife Caisa Carolina Thomasdotter continued to maintain the farm.

Sources

  • Iso-Iivari, Lasse: Karkun talonhaltijaluettelo. [1]
  • Kutala - kyl√§ vuolteiden varrella. Kutalan nuorisoseura 2016.
  • Piilonen, Juhani: Sastamalan historia 2. 2007.
  • Suvanto, Seppo: Satakunnan henkil√∂tiedosto 1303-1571. [2]


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