Is there a good resource for learning terminology used in the 1840 Denmark poor system, and how that system functioned? I have already read the FHL wiki about poor in Denmark.
I am looking in then-Danish, German-speaking areas. I see notations in census and church records from the market towns of Ringkøbing and Sønderborg.
I cannot read what comes after Diedrich Hanssen, 64, married, carpenter. I think it has to do with pension or poor money. (If you're feeling generous, what is 4. Lorenz Hanssen's occupation? Five years later he is a sailor.) 1835 Denmark census Diedrich Hanssen
The second image is from the 1840 census and, again, I think she is receiving poor money because her husband died. In the 1845 census, Brigitta's entry notes Armengeld. 1840 Denmark census Brigitte H Ohlsen
The original images are very poor; this is the clearest possible. Neither of these census records appear in the DDD, which is a terrific resource.
The third image is from an 1838 confirmation. His 1846 marriage states both his parents died and he was raised at the expense of the poor fund in Ringkøbing market town. The marriage record mentions this same resolution, but the confirmation is the most legible.
Rasmus Jacobsen confirmation, no. 5
Rasmus Jacobsen marriage, no. 7