It is upheld in court, that Borbjerg Mill is owned by no man, despite the mill
being owned by Niels Jepsen of Eskjær in Himmerlandin the 1300s.
Peder Lykke buys Borbjerg Mill from Sir Krag and Madam Elne for seven mark of
Bishop Peder Lykke in Ribe passes Borbjerg Mill to the Ribe Church.
The Manor of Landting takes over Borbjerg Mill.
The Bishop of Ribe once again takes over Borbjerg Mill.
The Manor of Landting is given the Mill by the church.
Thomas Juul is hired as miller in Borbjerg.
Jens Møller is tenant farmer at Borbjerg Mill, according to Records from 11/12
1705 in the tax recording office.
Poul Møller is tenant miller in Borbjerg Mill. He owns 100 rigsdaler.
Borbjerg is owned by Palstrup, but populated by Niels Nielsen Damgaard. A good
description of the mill is given in connection with the reports of the
representatives this year.
Søren Sørensen is tennant farmer at Borbjerg Mill, and until 1803 the mill is owned
by Niels Sehested from Rydhave.
Just Thorning purchase Borbjerg Mølle to free it from tenancy from Rydhave.
Søren Sørensen is the last tenant.
Christen Skjærlund Damgaard purchases Borbjerg Mill from the probate court
following the death of Thornings.
Lars Christensen purchases Borbjerg Mill from Damgaard.
Niels Mundbjerg takes over Borbjerg Mill from his mother in law, widowed from
Johs. Kobborg purchases Borbjerg Mill from Niels Mundbjergs widow.
A summer restaurant is opened at Borbjerg Mill.
Lis and Jørgen Schrøder purchase the mill and refurbish the existing barnsinto
Birthe and Hans Pedersen purchase Borbjerg Mill and carry on the refurbishment.
Esther and Carl Jensen purchase Borbjerg Mill and start a complete restoration
and modernisation of both the Inn and the room buildings.
1. June 2012 Esther Jensen celebrates her 25 year anniversary as Inn keeper.
Carl Jensen died in 2005.
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