Genealogie Van der Esch, Kosters, van Hezik, Thijssen e.v.a. » Sara (Zara) Noothout
Personal data Sara (Zara) Noothout
- She was baptized on September 11, 1785 in Amsterdam.[ Source 1 ]
- She died before 1845.Overleden op/na 19-04-1823.
- Religion: Evangelisch-Luthers.
Image(s) Sara (Zara) Noothout
Ancestors of Sara (Zara) Noothout
|Ernst Nohthout) Noothout (Noodhout|
|Anna Gijzen (Gijsen)|
|Harmanus (Hermanus) van der Hulst|
± 1711-> 1753
|Alijda (Alida) Backer (Bakker)|
Abraham (Abram) Noothout
Alida (Aleijda) van der Hulst
Sara (Zara) Noothout
Jan Zeegers (Zegers)
Household of Sara (Zara) Noothout
She is married to Jan Zeegers (Zegers).
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Historical context (based on christening day September 11, 1785)
- The temperature on September 11, 1785 was about 17.0 °C. There was 88 mm of rainWind direction mainly southwest. Weather type: betrokken regen . Source: KNMI (weather station Zwanenburg/The Netherlands).
- Erfstadhouder Prins Willem V (Willem Batavus) (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1751 till 1795 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
- 1785 » John Walter publishes the first issue of the Daily Universal Register (later renamed The Times).
- 1785 » Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier, co-pilot of the first-ever manned flight (1783), and his companion, Pierre Romain, become the first-ever casualties of an air crash when their hot air balloon explodes during their attempt to cross the English Channel.
- 1785 » The Treaty of Hopewell is signed.