Johan Christopher Brun

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Johan Christopher Brun (10 January 1838 – 30 October 1914) was a Norwegian pharmacist and politician.

He was the son of Lorentz Christopher Brun (1795–1854) and Anne Regine Schmidt (1797–1851).[1] He married Cicilie Georgine Hagen (1841–1924) in 1863, and the couple had several children.[1]

He spent his professional career as a pharmacist in Trondhjem.[2] He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament during the term 1895–1897. He represented the constituency Trondhjem og Levanger and the Liberal Party.[3]

He died in 1914.[2]


  1. ^ a b Genealogy
  2. ^ a b Personalhistorie for Trondhjems by og omegn i et tidsrum af circa 1 1/2 aarhundrede, by Chr. Thaulow. Hosted by Trondheim public library.
  3. ^ Johan Christopher Brun – Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)