Thorkild Jonsson Fjeldsted
Þorkell Jónsson Fjeldsted
|Lawman of the Faroe Islands|
|Preceded by||Hans Jákupsson Debes|
|Succeeded by||Jacob Hveding|
|Died||19 November 1796 55–56)(aged|
Thorkild Jonsson Fjeldsted (Norwegian) or Þorkell Jónsson Fjeldsted (Icelandic) (1740 – 19 November 1796) was an Icelandic lawyer who practised law in Copenhagen from 1763 to 1769. From 1769 to 1772, he was Lawman (prime minister) of the Faroe Islands.
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Hans Jákupsson Debes
| Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands |
| County Governor of Finnmarkens amt |
Johan Christian Urne
| County Governor of Bornholms amt |
Tomas Georg Münster
Wilhelm Frimann Koren
| County Governor of Trondhjems amt |
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