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Jens Hermansen Juel, til Keldgaard

Also Known As: "Juell"
Birthdate: (54)
Birthplace: Refstrup, Denmark
Death: March 28, 1634 (54)
Norre Vosborg Gods, Vestjylland, Denmark
Immediate Family:

Son of Count Herman Nielsen Juel, Åbjerg and Maren Jensdatter Juel, Countess
Husband of Ide Hansdatter Lange
Father of Lord Christen Juel; Herman Jensen Juel; Elsebeth Jensdatter Juel; Susanne Jensdatter Quitzow; Ide Margrethe Jensdatter Juel and 4 others
Brother of Niels Hermansen Juel; Ove Hermansen Juel; Erik Hermansen Juel; Anna Hermansdatter Juel; Christence Hermansdatter Juel and 2 others

Occupation: Governor-General of Norway (1618-1629)
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About Jens Hermansen Juel, til Keldgaard

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Jens Juel (født 8. januar 1580 på Refstrup, død 26. mars 1634 i Bøvling) var en dansk adelsmann og riksstattholder i Norge.

Juel gikk på Sorø adelsskole 1590-96, hadde deretter en syvårig dannelsesreise med utenlandsstudier og ble i 1603 ansatt i Den danske kanselli. Han fikk raskt store oppgaver: som rentemester fra 1609, medlem av riksrådet fra 1616 og på flere diplomatiske oppdrag.

Fra 1618 var han stattholder i Norge, hvortil som alltid hørte lensherreembetet over Akershus. Juel skulle vise seg som en energisk og aktiv stattholder, både på embetets, kronens og egne vegne. At kongen, Christian IV, var opptatt med trettiårskrigen gjorde sitt til at Juel fikk friere spillerom. Han sørget gjennom Garnisonsskatten i 1627 for grunnlaget for en selvstendig forsvarsorganisassjon for Norge, en bondemilits. Et initiativ for sjøforsvar, såkalte defensjonsskip, ble imidlertid avslått av kongen. Juel var også aktiv for å utvide bergverksvirksomheten i Norge, og var den første direktør for Kongsberg Sølvverk. Han sto også i spissen for et privat partisipantskap som i 1628 kjøpte sølvverket av kronen.

Juel hadde en aktiv privatøkonomi, med utlånsvirksomhet som skaffet han flere norske eiendommer som pantegods, og han ervervet seg også flere gods i Danmark under sine år i Oslo.

Eksterne Lenker

[http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jens_Juel Wikipedia Jens Juel (born January 8, 1580 at Refstrup, dated 26 March 1634 in Bøvling) was a Danish nobleman and a state-owned national in Norway. Juel went to Sorø nobility school 1590-96, then had a seven-year education trip with foreign studies and was employed in the Danish office in 1603. He quickly got big tasks: as a renting from 1609, a member of the council of 1616 and on several diplomatic missions. From 1618 he was a statue in Norway, who always heard the ruler of Akershus. Juel would appear as an energetic and active governor, both on behalf of the crown, and on his own behalf. That the king, Christian IV, was busy with the thirty-year war meant that Juel had more free playroom. He provided the Garnisons tax in 1627 for the foundation of an independent defense organization for Norway, a country militia. An initiative for naval defense, so-called defense ships, was rejected by the king. Juel was also active in expanding mining operations in Norway, and was the first director of Kongsberg Silverworks. He also stood in the lead of a private party-chapel who bought the silverworks of the crown in 1628. Juel had an active private economy, with lending business, which provided him with several Norwegian properties as a mortgage, and he also acquired more goods in Denmark during his years in Oslo.

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1580
January 8, 1580
Refstrup, Denmark
1605
1605
Age 24
1610
1610
Age 29
1615
1615
Age 34
1616
1616
Age 35
1622
September 20, 1622
Age 42
Akershus, Oslo, Norge
1623
May 23, 1623
Age 43
Akershus, Oslo, Norge
1634
March 28, 1634
Age 54
Denmark
1637
August 26, 1637
Age 54
København