Johann GL Wilhelm Ubbelohde

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Wilhelm Ubbelohde (also: Johann Wilhelm Ubbelohde and Johann Georg Ludwig Wilhelm Ubbelohde ; * August 4, 1794 in Hanover ; † December 5, 1849 ibid) was the Hanover Chief Finance Councilor.


His father, Johann Friedrich Ubbelohde (1765–1800) was a notary, consistorial secretary and from 1794 to 1800 mayor of Münder .

Ubbelohde initially studied theology at the University of Göttingen on the advice of his relative, Abbot Salfeld . In March 1814 he became a lieutenant in the battle of Leipzig . He then studied law, finance and history. After working in Herzberg and Ilfeld, he was promoted to chief finance officer in Hanover from 1820 to 1843. In 1831 he was deputized as one of seven royal commissioners in the committee together with the representatives sized state constitution had to design.

The legal scholar August Ubbelohde was his son.

Fonts (selection)

  • Statistical repertory on the Kingdom of Hanover , Hanover: published by Hahn'schen Hof-Buchhandlung, 1823; Digitization via Google Books
  • About the finances of the Kingdom of Hanover and its administration , 1834


Individual evidence

  1. n.v . : Ubbelohde, Johann Wilhelm in the database of Niedersächsische Personen (new entry required) of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Library - Lower Saxony State Library [undated], last accessed on July 25, 2018