Count Jacques Andres Coghen (31 October 1791 in Brussels – 15 May 1858 in Brussels) was the second Minister of Finance in the Cabinet of Belgium of the Kingdom of Belgium (1831-1832), and a direct ancestor of the current King, Philippe of Belgium. Thus through his mother, Queen Paola, and her ancestor Coghen, King Phillippe is the first king of Belgium whose ancestry is actually Belgian. A founding father of Belgium, Coghen was a merchant, financier, and politician of the Liberal Party. He was elevated to the rank of count in 1837.

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  • Le comte Jacques-André Coghen (1791-1858) est un négociant, un financier et un homme politique belge de tendance libérale. Il est élevé au rang de comte en 1839. (fr)
  • Coghen was bankier en lag in 1824 aan de basis van de oprichting van de AG-verzekeringen. Hij werd minister van Financiën in de eerste Belgische regering die na de eedaflegging van koning Leopold I werd gevormd (1831-1832). (nl)
  • Count Jacques Andres Coghen (31 October 1791 in Brussels – 15 May 1858 in Brussels) was the second Minister of Finance in the Cabinet of Belgium of the Kingdom of Belgium (1831-1832), and a direct ancestor of the current King, Philippe of Belgium. Thus through his mother, Queen Paola, and her ancestor Coghen, King Phillippe is the first king of Belgium whose ancestry is actually Belgian. A founding father of Belgium, Coghen was a merchant, financier, and politician of the Liberal Party. He was elevated to the rank of count in 1837. (en)
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  • 1791-1-1
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  • Jacques-André Coghen (en)
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  • 1858-1-1
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  • Count Jacques-André Coghen, Finance Minister of Belgium and a recipient of the 1830 Iron Cross
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  • Banker, merchant
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  • Unionist, Catholic
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  • Liberal
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  • Roman Catholic
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  • Belgian politician (en)
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  • Le comte Jacques-André Coghen (1791-1858) est un négociant, un financier et un homme politique belge de tendance libérale. Il est élevé au rang de comte en 1839. (fr)
  • Coghen was bankier en lag in 1824 aan de basis van de oprichting van de AG-verzekeringen. Hij werd minister van Financiën in de eerste Belgische regering die na de eedaflegging van koning Leopold I werd gevormd (1831-1832). (nl)
  • Count Jacques Andres Coghen (31 October 1791 in Brussels – 15 May 1858 in Brussels) was the second Minister of Finance in the Cabinet of Belgium of the Kingdom of Belgium (1831-1832), and a direct ancestor of the current King, Philippe of Belgium. Thus through his mother, Queen Paola, and her ancestor Coghen, King Phillippe is the first king of Belgium whose ancestry is actually Belgian. A founding father of Belgium, Coghen was a merchant, financier, and politician of the Liberal Party. He was elevated to the rank of count in 1837. (en)
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  • Jacques Coghen (fr)
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