Christian Torber Hegge Geelmuyden
Christian Torber Hegge Geelmuyden (16 October 1816 – 13 May 1885) was a Norwegian naval officer and politician.
Christian Geelmuyden made a career in the Royal Norwegian Navy. He joined the Navy as a Cadet at the age of fourteen, being promoted to Second Lieutenant in 1836, Premier Lieutenant in 1848 and Captain Lieutenant in 1857. He then became Captain in 1864 and Commander in 1874. He was stationed in Horten, where he was mayor from 1857 to 1864. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1857, representing the constituency of Jarlsberg og Laurvigs Amt. He later served as a deputy representative during the term 1862–1864.
He was a Knight of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav, and was a member of both the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. A street in Horten, Geelmuydens gate, was named after him.
- Personalhistorie for Trondhjems by og omegn i et tidsrum af circa 1 1/2 aarhundrede, by Chr. Thaulow. Hosted by Trondheim public library.
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- Christian Torber Hegge Geelmuyden – Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)
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