Synonyms for falch or Related words with falch
Examples of "falch"
died in Stavanger in November 2013, aged 83. He was the grandfather of the goalkeeper Aslak
and his wife Linda Lyneborg divorced in 2006. Michael
resides in Vester Bøgebjerg near Boeslunde.
On August 25, 1756 he married again, to Christi(a)ne Margrethe Hagerup (1732–1795), and they had the following children: Anna Sophie
(1759–1830), Michael Melchiorsen
(1762–?), Hans Christian
(1768–1849), and Cathrine Marie Helene Harboe
(1770–1854, who married Hans Knagenhjelm Daae). Falch's wife Christine was the daughter of Bishop Eiler Hagerup and she was also the cousin of Hans Strøm.
was the brother-in-law of Hans Holtermann, who was married to an older daughter of Bishop Hagerup.
, ELISA, The (Fordham) Observer, Nov. 18, 2004, P 17.
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
(2 November 1930 – 18 November 2013) was a Norwegian international football defender.
played for Viking his entire career where he played 139 league games and scored nine goals. He won the league with Viking in 1957–58 and the Cup in 1953 and 1959.
was capped 28 times for Norway.
His grandfather is former Norway international Edgar
(born 25 May 1992) is a Norwegian football goalkeeper who plays for Vålerenga.
Fladmark (born 27 October 1966) is a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party.
was the son of Michael Melchiorsøn
(died 1768) and Mette Marie Heiberg (1699–1766). He received a law degree in Copenhagen in 1747, and on March 19, 1753 he married Anna Sophie Bitsch (1726-1755). He inherited the Heiberg estate of Øvre Amla in the parish of Kaupanger ("Amble gaard") from his parents. The property was rented out from 1754 to 1779, while
lived in the village of Borgund. In 1759,
acquired the farm Djupvika in Borgund which he operated as a model farm.
(11 August 1920 – 15 December 2013) was a Norwegian media director.
(18 May 1873 – 26 December 1951) was a Norwegian researcher.
Since the early 1990s, Poul Krebs has played on concert stages and released a great number of albums. He also collaborated with recording studios. He has tried his hand in several different contexts and among others one of The Three Tenors along with Steffen Brandt and Michael
as De Tre Tenorer (the Three Tenors).
and Krebs, best friends, toured together and released joint albums establishing also their own record label Krebs
Lind (27 February 1870 – 2 July 1951) was a Norwegian jurist and politician for the Conservative Party.
(born in Køge, Denmark on 16 September 1956) is a Danish singer, guitarist, author and actor.
In 2007, journalist Torben Bille wrote a biography of
titled "Ud af mørket" published by Gyldendal.
(July 21, 1884 – February 13, 1977) was a Norwegian gymnast who competed in the 1906 Summer Olympics.
started his career as a lead singer and musician in the Danish rock band Malurt established in 1977 and made up of 5 members: Michael
(vocals and guitar), Christian Arendt (guitar), Henrik Littauer (keyboards), Peter Mors (drums) and Dia Nielsen (bass). In 1982, changes were made with guitarist Christian Arendt replacing Peter Viskinde and keyboardist Pete Repete replacing Henrik Littauer.
She was born in Christiania as a daughter of district stipendiary magistrate Ingvald
(1825–1909) and Alette Louise Aubert (1850–1916), and a great-granddaughter of Benoni Aubert. She grew up in Eidsvoll. Her brother Ingvald
, Jr. (1884–1962) became a district stipendiary magistrate too.
The expedition continued and, when Brøndsted returned to Copenhagen in 1813, he married Georg's sister Frederikke. Koes had been engaged to his cousin Caroline
(7 November 1790 - 10 November 1856), daughter of Andreas
(1748-1797) & Charlotte Sophie Suhr (1756-1822), before leaving for Paris, and on his death she married Theodor Suhr the elder (1792-1858) in around 1816.
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