Carl Wilhelm Cederhielm

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Carl Wilhelm Cederhielm (1705–1769) was a Freiherr and Chamberlain (kammarherre) in Sweden. His father was the royal adviser (riksråd) Josias Cederhielm and his mother was Anna Åkerhielm.

Cederhielm is perhaps best remembered today as a founding member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which was founded 1739.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vetenskapsakademin in Nordisk familjebok (2nd edition, 1921)