Wedel Jarlsberg

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Yngvar Nielsen - Career
... most important work as an historian was Lensgreve Johan Caspar Herman Wedel Jarlsberg (three volumes, 1901–1902), his biography of Johan Caspar Herman Wedel-Jarlsberg (1779–1840) ... Wedel-Jarlsberg played an active role in the Norwegian Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814 and was the first native Norwegian to hold the post of Governor of Norway during the ...
Norwegian Noble Titles - Relation To The People - Cognatic Descent of Modern Aristocracy
... Examples Fridtjof Wedel-Jarlsberg Nansen (1861–1930), whose mother was Adelaide Baroness of Wedel-Jarlsberg, was an explorer. 1973), a granddaughter of Hedevig Countess of Wedel-Jarlsberg, is a world-leading designer of handbags ...
Bærums Verk - History
... After Peder Anker died in 1824, Herman Wedel Jarlsberg took over the works, passing it on to his son Harald Wedel Jarlsberg in 1840 ... The Wedel Jarlsberg family were among the last nobility in Norway and were active both in national and local politics ...
Wedel-Jarlsberg (noble Family)
... The Count of Wedel-Jarlsberg (also Wedel Jarlsberg) is a title of the Norwegian nobility and of the Danish nobility ... The family of Wedel-Jarlsberg is a branch of the family von Wedel, which comes from Pomerania, Germany ...
Norwegian Nobility - Modern Aristocracy - Present State
... For example Stewards and Prime Ministers such as Count Herman Wedel-Jarlsberg (Steward, 1836–1840), Severin Løvenskiold (Steward, 1841–1856, Prime ... Most prominent were diplomat Fritz Wedel Jarlsberg and world-famous polar explorer Fridtjof Wedel-Jarlsberg Nansen ... a handful of families, like Løvenskiold, Treschow, and Wedel-Jarlsberg, still possess considerable wealth ...