Hans Holmboe (8 October 1798 – 23 May 1868) was a Norwegian educator and politician.
He was born in Trondenes as the son of bailiff Jens Holmboe (1752–1804) and his wife Anna Margrethe Irgens (1766–1851). He had several brothers and sisters. His brothers Even and Leonhard Christian became involved in politics, so did his nephew Jens Holmboe.
He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1833, representing the constituency of Bergen. He was re-elected in 1836, 1842, 1848, 1851, 1859 and 1862. He was especially known for his work with Henrik Wergeland and others to grant Jews the right to enter Norway.
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