Paus (earlier spellings include Pauss and de Paus) is a Norwegian patrician family that first appeared in Oslo in the 16th century. According to S.H. Finne-Grønn, it is descended in the male line from Hans Olufsson (ca. 1500–18 September 1570), a member of the royal clergy in Norway before and after the Reformation, who served as a canon at St Mary's Church.Two branches of the family are descended from the brothers Hans Paus (b. 1587) and Peder Paus (b. 1590), who were born in Oslo and who both became priests.
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