Tangeman Genealogy » Maarten Kort
Personal data Maarten Kort
- He was born in the year 1850 in Noordgouwe, Schouwen-Duiveland, Zeeland, Netherland.
- He died on January 16, 1893 in Zierikzee, Schouwen-Duiveland, Zeeland, Netherland, he was 43 years old.
Ancestors (and descendant) of Maarten Kort
Household of Maarten Kort
He is married to Johanna Joppa Geleijnse on March 7, 1879 at Nieuwerkerk, Schouwen-Duiveland, Zeeland, Netherland.
Timeline Maarten Kort
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Historical context (based on day of marriage March 7, 1879)
- The temperature on March 7, 1879 was about 11.0 °C. The air pressure was 3 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the west-northwest. The airpressure was 77 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 57%. Source: KNMI (weather station Utrecht/The Netherlands)
- Koning Willem III (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1849 till 1890 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
- In The Netherlands , there was from November 3, 1877 to August 20, 1879 the cabinet Kappeijne van de Coppello, with Mr. J. Kappeijne van de Coppello (liberaal) as prime minister.
- In The Netherlands , there was from August 20, 1879 to April 23, 1883 the cabinet Van Lijnden van Sandenburg, with Mr. C.Th. baron Van Lijnden van Sandenburg (conservatief-AR) as prime minister.
- In the year 1879: Source: Wikipedia
- The Netherlands had about 4 million citizens.
- Charles Taze Russell publishes the first edition of the religious magazine The Watchtower.
- Anglo-Zulu War: the Zululand capital of Ulundi is captured by British troops and burnt to the ground, thus, ending the war and forcing King Cetshwayo to flee.
- War of the Pacific: Two Chilean ships blocking the harbor of Iquique (then belonging to Peru) battle two Peruvian vessels in the Battle of Iquique.
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