Christiane Lange (1795 - 1885)

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Birthplace: Akershus, Norge
Death: Died in Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Managed by: Michael King
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About Christiane Lange

Christiane Lange I, born at Akershus on 1 March 1795, baptized in the castle

chapel on 31 March 1795. Godparents: Madame Moestue, Madame Bagge, maiden

Wold, Officer Justice Department Berg, Royal Cabinet Wexels and Director Ingstad.

After her husbands death, she lived for many year in the old townhouse "Oestre Gade No.

9", but later moved to her son-in-law, professor Gisle Johnson at his estate "Breidablik"

by the old Aker church. She died there on 3 November 1885 (90 1/2 year old) and was

buried on 9 a.m. at the family site at the "Vor Frelsers Gravlund" cemetery in Christiania.

During her last years as she had during her younger years, she suffered from insanity with

some good days in between. Her daughter, Mrs. Emilie Johnson, has published "Nogle

Optegnelser Fra Christiane Dybwads Syge- og Doedsleie", printed as manuscript in 1907.

Married in the Gran Church on 23 September 1814 to at that time, sign Writer Jacob

Erasmus Dybwad, born at Aas in Hakedal on 20 October 1792, died in Christiania on 31

July 1854. He was the son of clerk (working for Bernt Anker) Bertram Dybwad (born on

24 April 1768, died on 8 November 1844) and Abel Margrethe LefŠvre (born on 10

August 1767, died on 26 September 1849). Abel Margrethe LefŠvre was the daughter of a

French immigrant who had settled as a wig maker in Christiania - Jacob E. Dybwas

worked as clerk for Count H. Wedel-Jartsberg and lived at V‘kkero until he got

citizenship as a merchant in Christiania on 15 October 1824. He opened his business on

Easter Eve, 2 April 1825, in what was at that time called "Ostre Gate No. 9", later called

"Dybwads Garden", Carl Johans Gate 3. The name of the firm was later changed to "J.

Dybwad & Sons" and the business started, as many others, as a shop for farmers, but later

developed into a banking business. 13 children. (No. 78-90) (Ref. "Dybwads Family-

Almanac". Christiania 1885 and Bertram Dybwad: Tamilien Dybwad med

Sidegrenene11, Christiania 1911 and Tillaeg til samme', 1912.)

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Christiane Lange's Timeline

1795
March 17, 1795
Akershus, Norge
March 31, 1795
Slotskirken på Akershus
1814
September 23, 1814
Age 19
Gran, Gran, Oppland, Norway
1816
January 7, 1816
Age 20
Vækerø
1817
December 22, 1817
Age 22
Vækerø
1819
April 26, 1819
Age 24
Vækerø
1820
April 29, 1820
Age 25
Vækerø
1821
September 1, 1821
Age 26
1823
July 20, 1823
Age 28
Oslo, Norge
1824
July 12, 1824
Age 29
Vækerø