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Born in Trondheim, Norway 7.2.1733. Died in Serampore/Frederiksnagore 18.5.1805 (BioLek III)
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'''Family'''<br />
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Father: [[Bie, Ole Lauritzen]] (1707-1775), merchant and ''stadskaptajn'' in Trondheim (BioLek III)
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Mother: [[Ross, Gertrud Larsdatter]] (1701-1784) (BioLek III)
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Brother: [[Bie, Jacob Christian]] (BioLek III)
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Marriage: In Trankebar, to [[Panck, Wendela Elisabeth]] (1732-1781), who had been married the first time to [[Brochman, H. C.]]. Wendela Panck was the daughter of [[Panck, Paul Krisk]] (1690-1747), who was guvernor in Trankebar, and [[Wemming, Karen]] (died 1768) (BioLek III)
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'''Timeline'''<br />
 
'''Timeline'''<br />
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1756 - Hired by Asiatisk Kompagni as handelsassistent at Trankebar (BioLek III)
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1757 - Arrived at Trankebar on board the Asiatic Company ship GREV MOLTKE (BioLek III)
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1759 - Named ''overasssistent'' and ''komsumptionsskriver'' at Trankebar (BioLek III)
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1760 - In addition to his other posts, he was made secretary to the guvernor (BioLek III)
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1762 - Transferred to Serampore/Frederiksnagore. In the same year he was supercargo on board the Asiatic Company ship GREV MOLTKE and its journey from Bengal to the Malabar Coast, where he brought back considerable amounts of ''føringsgods''. In May 1763, however, the ship burned (BioLek III)
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1772 - ''Opperhoved'' of the factory Frederiksnagore, 4 september - 28 december (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)  
 
1772 - ''Opperhoved'' of the factory Frederiksnagore, 4 september - 28 december (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)  
  
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1799-1805 - ''Opperhoved'' of the factory Frederiksnagore (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)
 
1799-1805 - ''Opperhoved'' of the factory Frederiksnagore (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)
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[[Category: Male]] [[Category: From Norway]] [[Category: Merchant]] [[Category: Employed at Asiatisk Kompagni]]

Latest revision as of 03:44, 8 October 2018

Born in Trondheim, Norway 7.2.1733. Died in Serampore/Frederiksnagore 18.5.1805 (BioLek III)

Family

Father: Bie, Ole Lauritzen (1707-1775), merchant and stadskaptajn in Trondheim (BioLek III)

Mother: Ross, Gertrud Larsdatter (1701-1784) (BioLek III)

Brother: Bie, Jacob Christian (BioLek III)

Marriage: In Trankebar, to Panck, Wendela Elisabeth (1732-1781), who had been married the first time to Brochman, H. C.. Wendela Panck was the daughter of Panck, Paul Krisk (1690-1747), who was guvernor in Trankebar, and Wemming, Karen (died 1768) (BioLek III)

Timeline

1756 - Hired by Asiatisk Kompagni as handelsassistent at Trankebar (BioLek III)

1757 - Arrived at Trankebar on board the Asiatic Company ship GREV MOLTKE (BioLek III)

1759 - Named overasssistent and komsumptionsskriver at Trankebar (BioLek III)

1760 - In addition to his other posts, he was made secretary to the guvernor (BioLek III)

1762 - Transferred to Serampore/Frederiksnagore. In the same year he was supercargo on board the Asiatic Company ship GREV MOLTKE and its journey from Bengal to the Malabar Coast, where he brought back considerable amounts of føringsgods. In May 1763, however, the ship burned (BioLek III)

1772 - Opperhoved of the factory Frederiksnagore, 4 september - 28 december (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)

1776-1785 - Opperhoved of the factory Frederiksnagore (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)

1788-1797 - Opperhoved of the factory Frederiksnagore (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)

1799-1805 - Opperhoved of the factory Frederiksnagore (Larsen, De Dansk Ostindiske Koloniers historie 2, bilag 1)