(17**-1833) Born Karlskrona, Sweden. A clergyman, living in Cape Town, he was one of the original 24 shareholders to whom a section of the Boereplein was donated for the building of a theatre, which became The African Theatre. Appointed by Sir George Yonge when granting the land for the proposed theatre. From 1803 to at least 1809 he was also the treasurer for The African Theatre.
He died in Hatton Garden, England.
Bosman, 1928: p 63, 96, 159.
Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle, Volume 103, Part 1 1833.
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