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|birth_date= {{Birth date|df=y|1727|12|1}}
 
|birth_date= {{Birth date|df=y|1727|12|1}}
 
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|placeofburial = [[Braaby Church]]
 
|birth_place= Copenhagen, Denmark
 
|birth_place= Copenhagen, Denmark
 
|death_place= Copenhagen, Denmark
 
|death_place= Copenhagen, Denmark
 
|image= Frederik Christian Kaas.jpg
 
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|father= [[Ulrik Kaas]]
|caption= Frederik Christian portrait atributted to [[Peder Als]]
 
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|spouse= [[Sophie Elisabeth Charisius]]
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[[Edele Sophie Kaas]]
 
|caption= Frederik Christian portrait attributed to [[Peder Als]]
 
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|allegiance= [[Kingdom of Denmark|Denmark]]
 
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'''Frederik Christian Kaas''' (1 December 1727 - 28 March 1804) was a Danish naval officer and landowner, brother of [[Ulrik Christian Kaas]].
 
'''Frederik Christian Kaas''' (1 December 1727 - 28 March 1804) was a Danish naval officer and landowner, brother of [[Ulrik Christian Kaas]].
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He joined the navy as a second lieutenant in 1747, became a viceadmiral in 1790 and an admiral in 1800. On 7 January 1765, he was married on Constantinsborg to Sophie Elisabeth Charisius who died only 4 years later. As a result, he married again on 11 September 1771 in Bøstrup Church to Edele Sophie Kaas. He was appointed Knight of the [[Order of the Dannebrog]], he also led Denmark–Norway in the [[Danish–Algerian War]] with 2 [[frigates]], 2 [[bomb galiot]]s and 4 [[Ship of the line|ships of the line]]. In 1765-66 he went on a diplomatic mission to Morocco.<ref>http://runeberg.org/dbl/9/0057.html (in Danish)</ref><ref>http://gravsted.dk/person.php?navn=frederikchristiankaas (in Danish)</ref>
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{{Wikipedia|Frederik Christian Kaas}}
 
{{Wikipedia|Frederik Christian Kaas}}
   

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Frederik Christian Kaas
Frederik Christian portrait attributed to Peder Als
Born (1727-12-01)1 December 1727
Died 28 March 1804(1804-03-28) (aged Script error: No such module "age".)
Place of birth Copenhagen, Denmark
Place of death Copenhagen, Denmark
Buried at Braaby Church
Allegiance Denmark
Service/branch Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy
Rank Admiral
Battles/wars Danish–Algerian War
Spouse(s)

Sophie Elisabeth Charisius

Edele Sophie Kaas

Frederik Christian Kaas (1 December 1727 - 28 March 1804) was a Danish naval officer and landowner, brother of Ulrik Christian Kaas. He joined the navy as a second lieutenant in 1747, became a viceadmiral in 1790 and an admiral in 1800. On 7 January 1765, he was married on Constantinsborg to Sophie Elisabeth Charisius who died only 4 years later. As a result, he married again on 11 September 1771 in Bøstrup Church to Edele Sophie Kaas. He was appointed Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog, he also led Denmark–Norway in the Danish–Algerian War with 2 frigates, 2 bomb galiots and 4 ships of the line. In 1765-66 he went on a diplomatic mission to Morocco.[1][2]

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