Hother Erich Werner Bøttger
Hother Erich Werner Bøttger (1801 – 28 October 1857) was a Norwegian politician.
He was born in Skien. His father Johannes Bøttger had immigrated from Denmark, and was the local organist. Hother took carpenter education in Copenhagen, worked as a merchant in Lillehammer for a while before returning to Skien. He was eventually appointed chief architect in the city, as well as bookkeeper.
As a politician, he was first elected to Skien city council in 1839. He served as mayor of Skien from 1842 to 1843. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1845 and 1857, representing the constituency of Skien. He died right after the end of his second term.
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