Jan Teichmann

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Jan Teichmann
Born Jean Théodore Frédéric Teichmann
(1788-08-03)3 August 1788
Venlo, Dutch Republic
Died 4 June 1867(1867-06-04) (aged 78)
Antwerp, Belgium
Nationality Belgium
Occupation politician, engineer

Jean (Jan) Théodore Frédéric Teichmann (3 August 1788 – 4 June 1867) was a Belgian engineer and politician. He was governor ad interim of the province of Antwerp from 11 October 1833 until 3 August 1834 and governor from 10 November 1845 until 4 April 1862.

Political career[edit]

Jan Teichmann was ad interim Belgian minister of Interior in 1831. He was a member of the Belgian Parliament from 1832 until 1835 and a Senator in the Belgian Senate from 1847 until 1848.

Sources[edit]

  • Steve Heylen, Bart De Nil, Bart D’hondt, Sophie Gyselinck, Hanne Van Herck en Donald Weber, Geschiedenis van de provincie Antwerpen. Een politieke biografie, Antwerpen, Provinciebestuur Antwerpen, 2005, Vol. 2 p. 172
Preceded by
Jules Malou
Governor of Antwerp
1845 – 1862
Succeeded by
Edouard Pycke