Ole Edvard Buck

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Ole Edvard Buck (14 November 1799 – 13 June 1843) was a Norwegian politician.

He was appointed County Governor of Finmarkens Amt (today's Troms and Finnmark) in 1833. In 1838 he was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1838, representing his county. He served only one term.[1]

After his parliamentary term he was sent to Northwest Russia by the second cabinet Wedel-Jarlsberg, in order to improve commercial relations. During this period Mons Lie was acting County Governor. Buck died in 1843.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ole Edvard Buck — Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)
  2. ^ Bottolfsen, Øystein (1990). Finnmark fylkeskommunes historie 1840-1990. Vadsø: Finnmark county municipality. p. 98. ISBN 82-991380-5-1. 
Preceded by
Ulrik Fredrik Cappelen
County Governor of Finnmark
1833–1843
Succeeded by
Mons Lie (acting)