religion, farm, folk schools
Prior to the coming of the Protestant Reformation in 1536, the area in which Peder Kjoilhede (hereinafter Kjolhede) was born and grew up was owned by the Roman Catholic bishops. This area, south of the Limfjord and close to the west coast of Jutland, became the property of the king. It was parceled out by him to those who had rendered service to him, and much later, through division and sales, a portion of it came to be the property of Johan Kjolhede and was known as the farm of Kjolhedegird.
"Peder Kjolhede-Man of Action,"
The Bridge: Vol. 24
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol24/iss2/6