LYALL, JACOB [SSNE 822]

Surname
LYALL, LYELL, LEYEL, LEIJEL, LEIJELL
First name
JACOB, JAKOB, JAMES
Nationality
SCOT
Social status
STUDENT
Education
UNIVERSITY

Text source

Jacob Leijell attended Uppsala university in 1680. He may have been the first son of James [SSNE 4934] and his first wife, and thus the brother of Adam [SSNE 836]. Cf. [SSNE 2359]. In 1684 Jacob founded a foundry in Knutby, Uppsala and bought rights to numerous other works. 

 

Sources: Andersson et al, Uppsala Universitets Matrikel, (Uppsala, 1900-1911); T. Fischer, The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907), Supplement, pp.215-267; Steve Murdoch, Network North: Scottish Kin, Commercial and Covert Associations in Northern Europe, 1603-1746 (Brill, Leiden, 2006), p.190.

 

Correspondence can be found here: Riksarkivets √§mnessamlingar. Personhistoria  https://sok.riksarkivet.se/bildvisning/A0069813_00443#?c=&m=&s=&cv=442&xywh=2786%2C2336%2C3013%2C1738

Service record

SWEDEN,
Arrived 0000-01-01
Departed 0000-01-01, as 1700-01-01
Capacity BURGESS, FOUNDRY OWNER, IRON MERCHANT, purpose COMMERCIAL
SWEDEN, UPPSALA
Arrived 1680-01-01
Departed 1680-12-31
Capacity STUDENT, purpose ACADEMIC