Johan Martin Furthermore (* 22. July 1927 in Asker as Johan Martin Jacobsen ; † 24. January 2015 in Oslo ) was a Norwegian sailor and Olympic medalist. At the Summer Olympics in Helsinki in 1952 , he won the silver medal in the 6-meter class with the boat Elisabeth X , together with his brother Finn and Erik Heiberg , Tor Arneberg and Carl Mortensen . He was married to the Norwegian Princess Astrid and thus the brother-in-law of the Norwegian King Harald V and his sister Ragnhild of Norway .
His parents were the master tailor Ferner Jacobsen (1885–1964) and Ragnhild Olsen (1889–1966). In 1947 he graduated from high school. 1949–1950 he studied economics at the London Polytechnic Institute , 1950–1951 at Bradford Technical College and from 1951–1952 at the University of Lyon . This was followed by practical experience at the well-known London department store Harrods . From 1964, together with his brother Finn, he continued the family company Ferner Jacobsen founded in 1916 .
Johan Furthermore was married twice. In January 1953 he married Ingeborg Hesselber-Meyer (1931–1997). The marriage remained childless and was divorced in 1956. On January 12, 1961, he married Astrid of Norway . Together they had five children: Catherine (* July 22, 1962), Benedigte (* September 27, 1963), Alexander (* March 15, 1965), Elisabeth (* March 30, 1969) and Carl-Christian (* October 22, 1965) 1972).
|16. Knud Jacobsen (1778-?), Blacksmith|
|8. Jacob Andreas Knudsen (1819–1868), blacksmith|
|17. Ingeborg Anstensdatter (1786-?)|
|4. Johan Martin Jacobsen (1850-1907), seaman|
|18. Erich Jenssen|
|9. Maren Erichsdatter (1814–1867)|
|19. Todne Evensdatter (1779-?)|
|2. Also Jacobsen (1885–1964), Schneider|
|20. Mathis Thorsen (1767–1844)|
|10. Thor Henrik Mathisen (1818–1953)|
|21. Elisabet Henriksdatter (1793–1864)|
|5. Inger Lovise Thorsdatter (1848–1938)|
|11. Pernille Andersdatter (1819–1888)|
|1. Johan Martin Ferner|
|3. Ragnhild Olsen (1889–1966)|
- Johan Ferner in the store norske leksikon (Norwegian)
- Johan Furthermore in the database of Sports-Reference (English; archived from the original )
- Obituary on royalcourt.no (English)
- Johan Martin Ferner on thepeerage.com , accessed October 4, 2015.
- Company presence on furtherjacobsen.no (Norwegian)
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Also, Johan Martin (full name); Jacobsen, Johan Martin (maiden name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Norwegian sailor, Olympic medalist and entrepreneur|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 22, 1927|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Asker|
|DATE OF DEATH||January 24, 2015|
|Place of death||Oslo|