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Personal data Geert Hamckes de Vries
- He was born 1744.
- He was baptized on May 3, 1744 in Gersloot, Aengwirden.
- He died on May 12, 1813 in Steenwijk ( Molenstraat ), he was 69 years old.Burgerlijke stand - Overlijden
Archieflocatie Historisch Centrum Overijssel
Algemeen Toegangnr: 123
Soort akte: overlijdensakte
Overledene Geert Hamkes de Vries
Vader - -
Moeder - -
Partner Femmigje Hannes
Nadere informatie geboren te Gersloot (Fr); ouders niet vermeld
Ancestors of Geert Hamckes de Vries
|Hessel Joannes||Antie Geerts|
Geert Hamckes de Vries
|Hammeke de Vries|
|Hanne Geerts de Vries|
|Albert de Vries|
|Jannes Geerts de Vries|
|Hessel Geerts de Vries|
|Hilbert de Vries|
Household of Geert Hamckes de Vries
Permission for this marriage has been obtained in Steenwijk on April 10, 1774.
Timeline Geert Hamckes de Vries
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- Geert Hamckes de Vries is a descendant of Oege Reinarda.
See also the textual family tree of Oege Reinarda.
About the surname De Vries
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Historical context (based on day of marriage April 24, 1774)
- The temperature on April 24, 1774 was about 13.0 °C. There was 4 mm of rainWind direction mainly north west from. Weather type: geheel betrokken . 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)
- 1774 » Russo-Turkish War, 1768-1774: Russia and the Ottoman Empire sign the Treaty of Kuchuk-Kainarji ending the war.
- 1774 » Intolerable Acts: The Quartering Act is enacted, allowing a governor in colonial America to house British soldiers in uninhabited houses, outhouses, barns, or other buildings if suitable quarters are not provided.
- 1774 » American Revolutionary War: The Kingdom of Great Britain orders the port of Boston, Massachusetts closed pursuant to the Boston Port Act.
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