Carl Koch (politician, 1815)

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Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Koch (also Karl ; born August 17, 1815 in Nieder-Wildungen , † November 14, 1882 there ) was a German oil miller and politician .

Koch was the son of the butcher and innkeeper Johann Moritz Koch and his wife Friederike Christiane Margarethe nee Suden. He married Christiane Jorns on October 25, 1835 in Nieder-Wildungen. Koch lived as an oil miller in the Sonderau near Nieder-Wildungen. From 1851 to 1852 he was a member of the Landtag of the Principality of Waldeck-Pyrmont for the second constituency and again from 1855 to 1863 (for the Eder district ) .