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Hersleb Vogt He was born in Kristiania, and had the cand.jur. degree in law. He was hired in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1936. In 1949 he was hired as an embassy counsellor in the United Kingdom. He served as the Norwegian ambassador to Japan from 1953 to 1958, to West Germany from 1958 to 1963, to Denmark from 1963 to 1967, to France from 1967 to 1973, to Sweden from 1973 to 1977 and France again from 1977 to 1980.
Peder Hersleb Peder Hersleb (25 March 1689 – 4 April 1757) was a Norwegian clergyman and Bishop.
Peder Hersleb In 1737, he was elected Bishop of Diocese of Sjælland. His daughter, Frederikke Louise Hersleb (1720-1780), married Ludvig Harboe, who worked with him in the diocese. When Hersleb died in 1757, Harboe was appointed to replace him as Bishop.
Hersleb Vogt Hersleb Vogt (20 May 1912 – 9 November 1999) was a Norwegian diplomat.
Hersleb Vogt He was decorated as a Commander of the Order of St. Olav in 1961. He died in November 1999.
Peder Hersleb He was born in Steinkjer in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway. He was the son of Christopher Hersleb and Sophie Borch. He moved to Trondheim where became a student in 1703 and received a bachelor degree in 1704. In 1707 he took his theological examination. In 1714 he was appointed a military chaplain. In 1718 he was called to minister at Gunslev on the island of Falster, but the same year he was appointed priest at Frederiksborg Castle and vicar in Hillerod and Roskilde. In 1725, he moved to Copenhagen as priest in the Danish royal court. In 1727, he was a member of the Mission College and co-director of Waisenhuset Orphanage School which he inaugurated in spring 1728. He served as Bishop of the Diocese of Oslo from 1731 to 1737. He published several collections of sermons.
Peter Hersleb Graah Birkeland In 1836 he married Severine Elise Angell Gram in the Nidaros Cathedral. The couple had nine children, although some died in their youth. Their son Lauritz married Elen Lovise Augusta Kildal, a daughter of Peter Wessel Wind Kildal, niece of Peter Daniel Baade Wind Kildal, and sister of Birger Kildal.
Jacob Hersleb Darre Jacob Darre were married in 1795 with Louise Caroline Steenbuch (1773-1860) who was the daughter of a parish priest. They were the parents of Hans Jørgen Darre, Bishop of Nidaros diocese. The diary of Jacob Darre, which dated from 1814, was published after his death in 1846.
Peter Hersleb Classen Peter Hersleb Classen, frequently also P. H. Classen, (10 March 1738 –19 May 1825) was a Norwegian-Danish statesman and director of Det Classenske Fideicommis.
Peter Hersleb Classen Classen had at least one son, Peter Hersleb Classen, the Younger.