Dietrich Brömse (1602–1644)

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Dietrich Brömse (* 1602 ; † May 30, 1644 in Lübeck ) was councilor of the Hanseatic city of Lübeck.


Dietrich Brömse was the son of Lübeck councilor Dietrich von Brömbsen . In 1625 he became a member of the patrician circle society in Lübeck. In February 1644 he was elected councilor in Lübeck a few months before his untimely death.

He was married to a daughter of the Lübeck councilor Johann Lüneburg . He was the hereditary lord of Gut Stockelsdorf and, after his father-in-law, received the Lübschen estates Groß Steinrade and Roggenhorst. His son and heir Heinrich died in 1679 without any descendants, so the widow sold the goods.