Daniel Bremer Juell

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Daniel Bremer Juell
Church Church of Norway
Diocese Tromsø stift
In office 1849–1855
Other posts Member of the Storting
(1839–1841, 1845–1850)
Personal details
Born (1808-01-01)1 January 1808
Siljord, Norway
Died 26 May 1855(1855-05-26) (aged 47)
Hamburg, Germany
Buried Christiania, Norway
Nationality Norwegian
Denomination Christian
Parents Ole Juell
Caroline Kathrine Bremer
Spouse Caroline Boeck
Occupation Priest
Education Cand. theol. (1831)

Daniel Bremer Juell (1 January 1808 – 26 May 1855) was a Norwegian clergyman and politician.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Daniel Bremer Juell was born in Siljord in 1808 to district stipendiary magistrate (sorenskriver) Ole Juell and his wife Caroline Kathrine née Bremer. He married Caroline Boeck, daughter of captain Cæsar Boeck. They had three children.[1]


Juell enrolled as a student in 1826 and graduated in 1831. In 1836 he was appointed catechism teacher in Kragerø.[1] While stationed here he was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1839 and 1845.[2] In 1845 he was appointed vicar in Porsgrund, replacing Ole Hersted Schjøtt who moved to Skien.[1] In 1848 he was elected for a third time to the Norwegian Parliament. He represented the constituency of Porsgrund og Brevik.[2] He left Porsgrund in 1849 to become bishop of the Diocese of Tromsø.[3] He died in Hamburg in 1855, en route to Carlsbad. He was buried in Christiania.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e Opptegnelser fra det gamle Porsgrunn, by Inga Friis. Hosted by Porsgrunn public library.
  2. ^ a b Daniel Bremer Juell born 1808 - Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)
  3. ^ The Diocese of Tromsø was renamed the Diocese of Hålogaland in 1918, and then split in Nord-Hålogaland and Sør-Hålogaland in 1952.
Religious titles
Preceded by
Peder Kjerschow
Bishop of Tromsø stift
Succeeded by
Knud Gislesen