Synonyms for gjerpen or Related words with gjerpen

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Examples of "gjerpen"
Gjerpen Church ("Gjerpen Kirke") is one of the oldest churches in Norway, dating from around the year 1150. Vidkun Quisling was buried in the Gjerpen cemetery.
On 1 January 1964 the rest of Gjerpen was incorporated into Skien, along with Solum and the district Valebø. Prior to the merger Gjerpen had a population of 15,300. The current district of Gjerpen constitute only a small part of the former Gjerpen municipality.
Knudsen was a member of the executive committee of Gjerpen municipality council from 1955 to 1963. Then, Gjerpen was incorporated into Skien, and Knudsen held the same post in Skien from 1963 to 1975.
He settled in Gjerpen. He died in 1997, almost 90 years old.
Schiøtt held various positions in Gjerpen municipality council between 1934 and 1940.
Born in Holme as the son of former parliament member Simon Pedersen Holmesland, he enrolled as a student in 1884, graduated as cand.jur. in 1889 and started working as an attorney. In 1892 he was a clerk for Statistics Norway and the Ministry of Finance. He became acting stipendiary magistrate ("byfoged") in Larvik in 1899, and district stipendiary magistrate ("sorenskriver") in Gjerpen in 1909. Gjerpen district comprised Gjerpen, Porsgrund, Slemdal, Solum and Holla. Holmesland stayed in this position until his death in 1933.
Gjerpen church is located north-east outside of the city of Skien, Skien municipality in Telemark county. This area is called historically called Gjerpen. National Road 32 towards Siljan passes the church, the area is moderately populated. Gjerpen has a 1000-year tradition as a church location. The church is believed to have replaced an older wooden church in the same location built in the 11th century.
Nils Kristian "Påsan" Eriksen (5 March 1911 in Gjerpen – 5 May 1975) was a Norwegian football (soccer) player.
Olaf Aarvold (3 February 1899, Gjerpen - 3 August 1991) was a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party.
Gjerpen is a former township which is now part of the municipality of Skien, in Telemark county, Norway.
Ulrich Fredrich von Cappelen grew up in at Mæla Manor in Gjerpen ("Mæla gård i Gjerpen") in the municipality of Skien, in Telemark. He had two older brothers, Diderik von Cappelen and Peder von Cappelen, a sister and one younger half-brother.
Born in Gjerpen, he worked as a farmer and carpenter. He became involved in the local workers' societies, and joined the Liberal Party. He was a member of the local party board from 1897. In 1898 he was elected to Gjerpen municipal council; he served in the executive committee until 1919, except for the years 1907 to 1910 when he was deputy mayor.
Rolf Holmberg (24 August 1914 in Gjerpen, Norway– 5 July 1979) was a Norwegian football (soccer) player who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.
On 1 January 1964 the rest of Solum was incorporated into Skien, along with Gjerpen and Valebø district. Prior to the merger Solum had a population of 13,706.
She was born in Gjerpen as a daughter of farmers Karl Dahl (1911–96) and Sigrid Marie Simonsen (1913–1986). In July 1960 she married engineer Søren Sem.
The parish of Gjerpen was established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). According to the 1835 census the municipality had a population of 4,381. Gjerpen was located east of the city of Skien. It encompassed districts such as Borgestad, Bøle, Gulset and Luksefjell. On 1 July 1916 an area with roughly 1,332 inhabitants was moved to Skien, and on 1 July 1920 an area with 437 inhabitants was moved to Porsgrunn.
Peder von Cappelen was born and raised at Mæla Manor in Gjerpen ("Mæla gård i Gjerpen") in the municipality of Skien, in Telemark, Norway. He was one of the sons of the wholesaler, timber merchant and ship owner Diderich von Cappelen (1734–1794) and his first wife Petronelle Pedersdatter Juel (1737–1785). He was the brother of Diderik von Cappelen and Ulrich Fredrich von Cappelen. He married Christine Marie Klein in 1784. He died at Eidsfos Verk in 1837.
The parish of "Søfde" (later spelled Saude, then Sauherad) was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The area of Luksefjell was transferred from Sauherad to Gjerpen in 1847.
The current town layout was fixed after the last town fire in 1886. In 1964, the rural municipalities Solum and Gjerpen were merged with Skien town, forming the Skien municipality.
The municipality (originally the parish) is named after the farm Gjerpen (Old Norse "Gerpin", from "*Garpvin"), since the first church was built there. The meaning of the first element is unknown, the last element is "vin" f 'meadow'.