Joachim Godske Moltke
|Joachim Godske Moltke|
|Privy Councillor of Denmark|
|Predecessor||Fredrik Julius Kaas|
|Successor||Ernst Heinrich von Schimmelmann|
|Born||25 July 1746|
|Died||5 October 1818|
|Spouse(s)||Georgine von Buchwald|
|Father||Adam Gottlob Moltke|
|Mother||Christiane Frederikke von Brüggemann|
Joachim Godske Moltke (25 July 1746 – 5 October 1818) was the Privy Council of Denmark from 1814 to 1818. He was also father of Prime Minister Adam Wilhelm Moltke and the son of Danish diplomat Adam Gottlob Moltke.
Joachim Godske Moltke was born on 25 July 1746. He was the son of Danish diplomat Adam Gottlob Moltke (1710–1792), the influential Lord Steward and companion of Frederick V of Denmark, and Christiane Frederikke von Brüggemann (1712–1760), the daughter of Godske Hans von Brügmann, til Østergaard og Ulriksholm and Margrethe Wilhelmine von Hausmann. Between his two wives, his father was said to have had 22 sons, five of whom became cabinet ministers, four who became ambassadors, two who became generals, and all of whom went into public service.
Moltke was married to Georgine von Buchwald (1759-1808), the daughter of Caspar von Buchwald and Sophie Charlotte von Hahn. Together, they were the parents of:
Moltke died on 5 October 1818.
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Fredrik Julius Kaas
| Privy Councillor of Denmark
1814 - 1818
Ernst Heinrich von Schimmelmann
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