Thomes Thomesen (1816–1887) was a Norwegian merchant and politician.
He was a merchant, ship-owner and shipbuilder in the town of Kragerø. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from the city in 1862, and served one term.
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He was the brother of jurist and politician Ole Thomesen.He was married to Marthine Olea Debes (1825–1876). Through his daughter Fernanda Nissen he was a father-in-law of Lars Holst from 1882; they divorced after Thomes Thomesen's death. Through another daughter, painter Sophie Marie Stoltenberg Thomesen, he was the father-in-law of Erik Werenskiold and grandfather of Werner Werenskiold and Dagfin Werenskiold.
Ole Thomesen was a Norwegian jurist and politician for the Liberal Party. A member of the Norwegian Parliament for five terms, he became known as a radical and liberal politician. He spent his professional career as a jurist working in various parts of Eastern Norway.
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