Haaber, Otto Christian

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The painted target given by Haaber to Det kongelige Kjøbenhavnske Skydeselskab in 1762.

Born 1736-12-31 in Helligaand Sogn in Copenhagen, died 1783-5-6 in Glostrup. (Private genealogy site)

Family
Father: Haaber, Johan Joseph, organ player and bell-ringer. (Genealogy Forum)

Family friend and half-brother of father: Nissen, Hans Nicolai, Raadmand in Copenhagen and helped Otto and his siblings with education and jobs. (Genealogy Forum) Mayor of Copenhagen 1770-71. (Falk-Jensen & Hjorth-Nielsen: Candidati og Examinati Juris 1736-1936, II)

Brother: Haaber, Adam Gottlob (born 1756), navy officer and Freemason. (Ritzau: Zorobabel og Frederik 1882)

Brother: Haaber, Christian Lehmann, priest in Vallensbæk till 1779. (Slægt & Data)

Timeline
1760 - Sekretær in Danske Kancelli. (Private genealogy site

1761-1-28 - Married Brasen, Johanne Marie (1745-1786) in Vor Frelser, daughter of former DAC supercargo Brasen, Sylvester. (Private genealogy site

1761-12-18 - Degree in law. (Private genealogy site)

1762 - Arkivar at Københavns Raadstue.(Private genealogy site)

1770 - Appointed Virkelig Kancelliraad.(Private genealogy site)

1775 - Lovkyndig Direktør of DAC. (Falk-Jensen & Hjorth-Nielsen: Candidati og Examinati Juris 1736-1936, II)

1777-1783 - Director of Asiatisk Kompagni (Hof&Stat)

1781 - Appointed Virkelig Justitsraad. (Falk-Jensen & Hjorth-Nielsen: Candidati og Examinati Juris 1736-1936, II)

1783-5-2 - Fraud by Haaber discovered at the DAC. (Falk-Jensen & Hjorth-Nielsen: Candidati og Examinati Juris 1736-1936, II)

1783-5-6 - Drowned himself. (Falk-Jensen & Hjorth-Nielsen: Candidati og Examinati Juris 1736-1936, II)

1784 - Drowned himself after accusations of massive fraud for 674,000 rigsdaler in Asiatisk Kompagni. (Genealogy Forum)