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Ancestors (and descendant) of Antje Cornelis Vaartjes

Martje Nannes
????-< 1696

Antje Cornelis Vaartjes
1660-????

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Sources

  1. Texel, ng dopen; Oosterend 1654-1814

Timeline Antje Cornelis Vaartjes

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Historical context


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    Van 1650 tot 1672 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Eerste Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
  • In the year 1660: Source: Wikipedia
    • February 13 » With the accession of young Charles XI of Sweden, his regents begin negotiations to end the Second Northern War.
    • March 16 » The Long Parliament of England is dissolved so as to prepare for the new Convention Parliament.
    • May 21 » The Battle of Long Sault concludes after five days in which French colonial militia, with their Huron and Algonquin allies, are defeated by the Iroquois Confederacy.
    • May 25 » Charles II lands at Dover at the invitation of the Convention Parliament (England), which marks the end of the Cromwell-proclaimed Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland and begins the Restoration (1660) of the British monarchy.
    • October 17 » The Nine regicides who signed the death warrant of Charles I of England are hanged, drawn and quartered.
    • November 28 » At Gresham College, twelve men, including Christopher Wren, Robert Boyle, John Wilkins, and Sir Robert Moray decide to found what is later known as the Royal Society.

    

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