Michael Conrad Sophus Emil Aubert

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Michael Conrad Sophus Emil Aubert (2 July 1811 – 8 November 1872) was a Norwegian jurist and politician.

He graduated as cand.jur. in 1835. He worked as an attorney from 1836, and diocesal attorney (stiftprokurator) in Bergen from 1841. He was then appointed district stipendiary magistrate in Lofoten og Vesterålen in 1847.[1] While stationed here, he was elected to the Norwegian Parliament in 1851, representing the rural constituency of Nordlands Amt.[2]

In 1852 he was appointed County Governor of Nordre Bergenhus Amt (now known as Sogn og Fjordane). He served as deputy representative to the Parliament in 1857.[2] He lived in Lærdalsøyri during this tenure.[3] He made his mark by establishing the transport company Nordre Bergenhus Amts Dampskibe (later known as Fylkesbaatane i Sogn og Fjordane) with Jan Henrik Nitter Hansen and Harald Ulrik Sverdrup in 1858.[1]

He left the County Governor position in 1860 to become burgomaster of Throndhjem.[1] He served as deputy representative from the constituency Throndhjem og Levanger.[2] His wife died during this period.[3]

In 1866 he was appointed district stipendiary magistrate in Jarlsberg, residing in Sande i Vestfold. He held the position until his death.[3] His replacement as burgomaster was Sivert Christensen Strøm.[3]

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Preceded by
Hans Tostrup
County Governor of Sogn og Fjordane
1852–1860
Succeeded by
Johan Collett Falsen