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Personal data Johanna Jan van Dommelen
Ancestors of Johanna Jan van Dommelen
|Johannes Jansz van Dommelen|
|Jenneke Maria Michiel van de Kerckhoff|
Jan Jansz van Dommelen
Catharina van der Heijden
Johanna Jan van Dommelen
Gerard Joost van Besouw
|Adriana Maria Cornelia van Besouw|
|Walterus van Besouw|
|Joanna Catharina van Besouw|
|Adrianus van Besouw|
|Joannes van Besouw|
|Maria van Besouw|
Household of Johanna Jan van Dommelen
She is married to Gerard Joost van Besouw on February 12, 1781 at Gemeente Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, Nederland.
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- Johanna Jan van Dommelen is a descendant of Walterus Henricus van Dommelen.
See also the textual family tree of Walterus Henricus van Dommelen.
About the surname Van Dommelen
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Historical context (based on day of marriage February 12, 1781)
- The temperature on February 12, 1781 was about 8.0 °C. Wind direction mainly southwest. Weather type: omtrent helder . 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)
- 1781 » 1,500 soldiers of the 6th Pennsylvania Regiment under General Anthony Wayne's command rebel against the Continental Army's winter camp in Morristown, New Jersey as part of the Pennsylvania (Continentals; Regiment) Mutiny of 1781.
- 1781 » American Revolutionary War: Richmond, Virginia, is burned by British naval forces led by Benedict Arnold.
- 1781 » American Revolutionary War: Battle of Guilford Courthouse ? Near present-day Greensboro, North Carolina, 1,900 British troops under General Charles Cornwallis defeat an American force numbering 4,400.
Also born on April 27
- 1623 » Johann Adam Reinken, German organist († 1722)
- 1927 » Joe Moakley, American politician († 2001)
- 1947 » Peter Ham, Welsh singer and songwriter (Badfinger) († 1975)
- 1967 » Jason Whitlock, American sportswriter
- 1982 » Katrina Johnson, American actress