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  • Christian Nilsen Krog (1693 - 1752)
    Han var fra Krok i Høland. Han giftet seg i 1726 med en velstående enke fra gården Nitteberg i Store-Søgard (Sörum). Christian Nilsen Krohg kom i tjeneste ved Oberst ...
  • Hildur Elida Krog (1915 - d.)
  • Johannes Christoffel Krog, SV/PROG (deceased)
    Johannes Christoffel Krogh van Bergen, in Noorweë. Aankoms omstreeks 1794. Bron: Geslagsregisters van die ou Kaapse Families p1330
  • Karin Krog
    Karin Krog (født 15. mai 1937 i Oslo) er en norsk jazzsanger. Hun er regnet som en av Norges fremste jazzsangere og nyter stor internasjonal anerkjennelse. Hun er oldebarn av musiker/komponi...
  • Rasmus Krog (1605 - 1670)
    Det antas at Ole og Rasmus Krogh er i slekt, men det er usikkert om de var far/sønn, brødre eller annet.

About the Krog surname

KROG: A HISTORY


Krog Meaning: one who ran a tavern; a seller or maker of mugs


Krog may refer to: Antjie Krog (born 1952), South African writer

Cecilie Thoresen Krog (1858–1911), Norwegian women's rights activist

Eli Krog (1891–1970), Norwegian translator

Frank Krog (1954–2008), Norwegian actor

Georg Krog (1915–1991), Norwegian speed skater

Helge Krog (1889–1962), Norwegian writer

Hildur Krog (born 1922), Norwegian botanist

Jørn Aksel Krog (born 1948), Norwegian civil servant

Karin Krog (born 1937), Norwegian jazz singer

Nicolai Johan Lohmann Krog (1787–1856), Norwegian politician

Peder Krog (1654–1731), Danish-Norwegian bishop

Jason Krog (born October 9, 1975 in Fernie , British Columbia ) is a professional ice hockey centre currently playing for the Chicago

Leonard Krog (born in Nanaimo, British Columbia ) is a Canadian politician and lawyer in British Columbia

Gina Krog (20 June 1847 – 14 April 1916) was a Norwegian feminist pioneer, teacher, politician and editor