- STEGEHOLMnomen castri in Suecia, sub proprio olim Comite, e Sturia Familia: in qua ultimi fuêre Suantonius Sture Comes de Westerwyck, ex Martha Lewenhauptia, liberi, Nicolaus (den. A. G. 1567.) Ericus (denatus eodem annô) Steno, Mauritius, Carolus, Sigridis (uxor Turon. Bielckii senioris) Anna (uxor Hogenschildii Bielckii) Magdalena (Uxor Erici Gustavi Steinbockii) Margareta (uxor Turonis Bielckii Iunioris) et Christiana, Gustavo Banerio nuptum data, omnes Sturii Comites de Stegeholm et Westerweyck. Vide Phil. Iac. Spenerum Theatro Nobilit. Europ. Part. III. p. 35. et infra in voce Sturia.
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