Thurmann (family name)

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Thurmann is a Norwegian family name, and may refer to:

Jacob Thurmann Ihlen Norwegian barrister and politician for the Conservative Party

Jacob Thurmann Ihlen was a Norwegian barrister and politician for the Conservative Party.

Wincentz Thurmann Ihlen Norwegian industrialist

Wincentz Thurmann Ihlen was a Norwegian engineer and industrialist.

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