Christian Andreas Fischer, Jr.
From 1878 to 1924, Kristiania was the name used for Norway's capital, Oslo. On January 01, 1925 the name was changed from Kristiania to Oslo.
Christian was born in 1816.
According to the genealogical book titled "Overlandslaegten (Nadderud-Praesterud) Ulleren-Winderen (ca. 1570-1913). - Hanssen-Oust (ca. 1600-1850)" by O. Fischer-Cronsteen, Christian was a "bokbinder i Kristiania, grundlaegger av senere H. Sogn, bokbinderi & trykkeri." Translation: Bookbinder in Kristiania, founder of later "H. Sogn Bookbindery and Printing-House".
Christian married Maren Kirstine Kronsteen (1821-1902) on 10 November 1843 in Kristiania, Akershus, Norway.
Maren and Christian Fischer had ten children.
- Valborg Marie Fischer (1844-1848)
- Christian Emanuel Fischer (b. 27 September 1846 - d. ?)
- Valborg Margrethe Fischer (1848-1915) (b. 06 October 1848 - d. 1915)
- Nils Jacob Fischer (1850-1890)
- Severine Mathea Fischer (d. little)
- Fransisca Marie Fischer (d. little)
- Martin Severin Fischer (d. little)
- Oscar August Fischer (1856-?) (b. 30 August 1856 - d. ?) lived in London and changed the spelling of his last name to Fisher.
- Gustav Adolf Fischer (1858-1905) was born in Kristiania, Akershus, Norway. Occupation: "Kaemnerkontor." Translation: "town treasurer office."
- Martha Christine Fischer (b. 11 May 1860 - d ?)
Christian died in 1863, at the age of 46 or 47 years of age.