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|Died||23 March 1841
Jean-Baptiste Thorn (17 March 1783 in Remich – 23 March 1841 in Mons) was a Luxembourg-born jurist and politician that held office in both Luxembourg and Belgium during and immediately after the Belgian Revolution.
He was a member of the National Congress of Belgium (1830–1831), the revolutionary body responsible for drafting the new Belgian constitution, and served as governor of the Belgian provinces of Luxembourg (1830–1836) and Hainaut (1836–1841).
- (French) Mersch, Jules (1969). "Le Gouverneur J.-B. Thorn". In Mersch, Jules. Biographie nationale du pays de Luxembourg. Luxembourg City: Victor Buck. Retrieved 26 August 2007.
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