Joachim von Rohr
|Joachim von Rohr|
|Born||January 23, 1678|
|Died||September 9, 1757
|Known for||Battle of Poltava|
|Spouse(s)||Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (m. 1699–1757)|
|Parent(s)||Hans Christoffer von Rohr
Anna Catharina Cronman
|Years of service||c1700-1757|
Commandant of Dalarö fortress
|Battles/wars||Battle of Poltava|
Joachim von Rohr (January 23, 1678 – September 9, 1757) was a lieutenant colonel for the Swedish Empire and Commandant of the Dalarö fortress. He participated in the Battle of Poltava and was captured and held as a prisoner of war in Solikamsk in Russia.
Joachim was born on January 23, 1678 (old style) in Sweden. He was the son of Hans Christoffer von Rohr (1626–1700) who was killed in action during the Battle of Narva; and Anna Catharina Cronman. Anna was the daughter of Hans Detterman Cronman. Joachim married Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (1680–1758) on February 4, 1699 (old style) in Sweden. Together they had the following children:
- Anna Elisabeth von Rohr (1700–1744) who married Anders Örbom (1675–1740) who was a captain in the Swedish Army. Örbom was born in Örebro, Sweden on May 9, 1675. His father was a man named Brask, who was a District Court Judge in Örebro. Anders joined the military in 1691 and he took part in the campaign at Humlebæk on Zealand, a Danish island where Copenhagen is located, in 1700. On July 7, 1701 he left camp and on July 9, 1701 he crossed the Düna River in Riga in Ukraine. There they conquered the Saxony troops and took about 700 prisoners. He fought in the Battle of Klissow on July 7, 1702 and the Battle of Pułtusk on April 21, 1703. He participated in the Battle of Reusch-Lemberg in 1704, and the Battle of Fraustadt on February 3, 1706, and was promoted to lieutenant with Jämtland's rifle regiment. He participated on July 4, 1708 in the Battle of Holowczyn. He was wounded with a bullet to the face. The bullet remained lodged in his skull the remainder of his life. He also participated in the Battle of Lakowitz. He was captured on the Dnieper River, in Ukraine on July 1, 1709 and was taken to Russia as a prisoner of war along with other officers following the Surrender at Perevolochna. All the soldiers were executed, and the officers were imprisoned in Russia. He married Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1744) on September 5, 1719 in Solikamsk, Russia. Together Anders and Elisabeth had their first child in Russia. Captain Anders Örbom died on May 25, 1740 and he was buried in Rödön, Sweden on June 5, 1740.
- Lucia Dorotea von Rohr (1702)
- Lunetta von Rohr II (1704–1764) who married Baron Gustaf Adolf Clodt (1692–1738). He was the son of Baron Johan Adolph Clodt von Jurgensburg
- Helena von Rohr (1706–1780)
- Hans Christoffer von Rohr III (1708–1790)
- Brita Maria von Rohr (1711–1762) who married Herman Ross (1707–1777)
- Magnus Joakim von Rohr (1710–1722)
- Catharina Charlotta von Rohr (1714–1784) who married Jacob Daniel Mether (1718–1769)
- Christina Dorothea von Rohr (1717–1800)
- Gustaf Johan von Rohr (1723–1739)
- Maria Margareta von Rohr (1725–1778) who married Gustaf Mannerstedt (1713–1756).
Joachim von Rohr was taken prisoner on June 28, 1709, during the Battle of Poltava just before the Surrender at Perevolochna. Joachim along with his wife and daughter were sent to Siberia. His firstborn daughter, Anna von Rohr married Anders Örbom (1675–1740) while in Solikamsk in Russia. At the war's end, Joachim and his family were allowed to return to Sweden. He became the Commandant of Dalarö on January 23, 1743 and he died on September 9, 1757.
|Joachim von Rohr||Father:
Hans Christoffer von Rohr
Georg von Rohr
Anna Catharina Cronman
Lord Hans Detterman Cronman, of Liveland, Latvia
Hans Makeléer, 1st Baronet
- Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt. Karl XII's officerare: Biografiska anteckningar.
- August Theodor Låstbom. Swea och Götha höfdinga-minne sedan 1720 (in Swedish).
Joachim von Rohr. Född 23 January 1678. Kom i tienst wid Fortificationen 1694. Mousqueterare och Piquenerare wid Lifgardet 1696. Fänrik wir Ofwerste Pistolkors,s Vataillon 19 Aug. 1699. Lieutenant wid Grefwe Otto Wellingks Regemente 6 Der. 1700. Regements-Quartermästare 27 Febr. 1705. Capitaine wid samma, dä Ofwerste Henr. Hastfehrs Regemente 1708. Gjorde Stads-Majors-tjenst under Wiborgs belägr ng 1710. Fängen derstädcs och förd till Siberien s. ä. Aterkom 1722. Ofwerste - Lieutenants n. h. o. w. 29 August 1723. Commandant pä Dalarö 23 Jan. 1743. R. S. O. 7 Nov. 1748. Erhöll pä begäran afstcd 29 Aug. 1754. Död 9 September 1757. Son af Capitainen Hans Christopher von Rohr och dess första fru Anna Catharina Cronman, dotter af Ofwersten och Commendanten Joachim Cronman. Gift med Charlotta Klingenberg, dotter af Majoren Johan Klingenberg och Elisabeth Wellingks. (Translation of last two sentences: Son of Captain Hans Christopher Von Rohr and his first wife Anna Catherina Cronman, daughter of Officer and Commander Joachim Cronman. Married to Charlotta Klingenberg, daughter of Major Johan Klingenberg and Elisabeth Wellingks.)
- Anders Anton von Stiernman. Swea och Götha Höfdinga-Minne.
... Född 1678 den 23 Jan. Gift med Charlotta Klingenberg Capitainen Iohan Iönßon Klingenbcrgs dotter, ned Fru Elisabeth Wellingk. Son af Capitainen Hans Christopher Georgßon von Rohr, och deß första fru, Anna Katharina Joachimsdotter Cronman.
- Anders Anton von Stiernman, Johan Adam Rehbinder, Carl Fredric Rothlieb, and Carl Gustaf Kröningssvärd (1754). Matrikel öfwer Swea rikes ridderskap.
- Örbom was born in Örebro, Sweden on May 9, 1675. His father was a man named Brask, who was a District Court Judge in Örebro. Anders joined the military in 1691 and he took part in the campaign at Humlebäck on Zealand, a Danish island where Copenhagen is located, in 1700. On July 7, 1701 he left camp and on July 9, 1701 he crossed the Düna River in Riga in Ukraine. ...
- Adam Lewenhaupt (c. 1719). Karl XII's officerare: Biografiska anteckningar (in Swedish).
Örbom, Anders, f. 1675 9/5 i Örebro: trumpetare vid Livreg. till häst 1691; korporal därst. 1701 12/6; kvartermästare därst. 1702 1/3; sekundkornett därst. 1703 29/12; premiärkornett därst. 1704 14/12; sekundljötn. därst. 1706 8/2; premiärlöjtn. därst 1708 7/2; fången 1709 1/7 vid Perevolotjna; hemkom 1722; ryttmästaren karaktär 1724 16/5 med rang från 1723 26/6 och placering vid Jämtlands kav. komp.; ryttmästaren därst 1727 25/8; d. 1744 25/5 på Rödön i Jämtland; (Deltog i fälttåget på) Seland, Pitzur, Klissow, Holofzin, Pultusk, Reusch-Lemberg, Fraustadt, Lakowitz, Poltava: sårad i ansiktet, hade kulan kvarsittande i huvudet. - G. 1719 5/9 i Solikamsk m. Anna Elisabeth von Rohr (A 15), f. 1701 22/1, dotter av överstelöjtn. Joachim von Rohr och Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg. Hade 6 söner, därav 5 blevo officerare vid Jämtlands reg.
Örbom, Anders, born May 9, 1675 in Örebro: trumpeter at Livreg; on horseback in 1691; corporal on June 12, 1701; quartermaster on March 1, 1702; second cornet on December 29, 1703; first cornet on December 14, 1704; second lieutenant on February 8, 1706; first lieutenant on February 7, 1708; taken prisoner on June 1, 1709 at Perevolochna; returned home in 1722; major on May 16, 1724 with rank from June 16, 1723 and the placement of Jämtland Cavalry; major on August 25, 1727, and died on May 25, 1744 at Rödön in Jämtland; Participated in the campaigns: Seland, Pitzur, Klissow, Holofzin, Pultusk, Reusch-Lemberg, Fraustadt, Lakowitz, Poltava: wounded in the face, had left the ball sitting in the head. September 5, 1719 in Solikamsk married Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr, born January 22, 1701, the daughter of överstelöjtn. Joachim von Rohr and Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg. Had 6 sons, of which 5 were officers in Jämtland regiment.
- Jämten; Heimbygdas Arsbok. 1963.
1724-1728 Anders Örbom. Född i Örebro 1675. Kom i tjänst 1691. ...
- Oskar Wasastjerna (1879). Ättar-taflor öfver den på Finlands riddarhus introducerade adeln (in Swedish).
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