Iver Ancher Heltzen (4 March 1785 – 30 June 1842) was a Norwegian priest, naturalist, and an author on topographical-economical topics. Iver Ancher Heltzen was born in Kongsberg in Buskerud. He was the son of Christian Ernst Heltzen (1745-1825) and his wife Anne Christine von Haxthausen (1743-1815). His Grand uncle was Michael Heltzen, director of the Kongsberg Silver Mines. In 1814, he married Christence Elisabeth Dass (1796-1877). He was educated in University of Copenhagen, graduating in theology in 1809. He spent his professional career in Nordland, first as chaplain in Rana and from 1814 as pastor in Hemnes.

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  • Iver Ancher Heltzen (4 March 1785 – 30 June 1842) was a Norwegian priest, naturalist, and an author on topographical-economical topics. Iver Ancher Heltzen was born in Kongsberg in Buskerud. He was the son of Christian Ernst Heltzen (1745-1825) and his wife Anne Christine von Haxthausen (1743-1815). His Grand uncle was Michael Heltzen, director of the Kongsberg Silver Mines. In 1814, he married Christence Elisabeth Dass (1796-1877). He was educated in University of Copenhagen, graduating in theology in 1809. He spent his professional career in Nordland, first as chaplain in Rana and from 1814 as pastor in Hemnes. He was the author of several scientific and sociological papers. In particular, he was interested in plants and herbs for medical use. In 1841 started the science magazine Almue-Magazin for Nordlændinge (en)
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  • Iver Ancher Heltzen (4 March 1785 – 30 June 1842) was a Norwegian priest, naturalist, and an author on topographical-economical topics. Iver Ancher Heltzen was born in Kongsberg in Buskerud. He was the son of Christian Ernst Heltzen (1745-1825) and his wife Anne Christine von Haxthausen (1743-1815). His Grand uncle was Michael Heltzen, director of the Kongsberg Silver Mines. In 1814, he married Christence Elisabeth Dass (1796-1877). He was educated in University of Copenhagen, graduating in theology in 1809. He spent his professional career in Nordland, first as chaplain in Rana and from 1814 as pastor in Hemnes. (en)
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