| Carl Stousland|| Jacob Stousland|
| 15 June 1920, Skien, Norway|
Knud Ibsen, Marichen Altenburg
Henrik Ibsen, Ole Paus Ibsen, Nicolai Alexander Ibsen, Johan Altenburg Ibsen, Johan Andreas Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen, Carl Stousland, Hedevig Christine Paus, Ole Paus, Knud Ibsen
Hedvig Cathrine Ibsen (married name: Hedvig Stousland; 15 November 1831 in Skien - 15 June 1920 in Skien) was the sister of playwright Henrik Ibsen.
Hedvig Ibsen Wikipedia
Hedvig was the sister with whom Ibsen was particularly close during their childhood. She was the daughter of Knud Ibsen and Marichen Altenburg, in a wealthy family whose fortunes were eventually ruined by Knud Ibsen's bankruptcy.
Hedvig was named for her maternal grandmother, Hedevig Paus. The character Hedvig in The Wild Duck is widely believed to be named for her and/or her grandmother.
She married ship's captain Jacob Stousland, and was the mother of merchant and politician Carl Stousland (1860–1941), who served as a Member of Parliament for Skien and as the Mayor of Skien.