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Isabeau de MASSIET
1597-± 1636

Denis Georges de NÉDONCHEL
1614-< 1665

1637

Household of Denis Georges de NÉDONCHEL

He is married to Bonne Victoire Alais Jeanne de LANNOY.

on June 15, 1637 at Tournai,7500, Hainaut, Wallonie, BELGIQUE, he was 23 years old.

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  • Stadhouder Prins Frederik Hendrik (Huis van Oranje) was from 1625 till 1647 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • In the year 1637: Source: Wikipedia
    • February 15 » Ferdinand III becomes Holy Roman Emperor.
    • February 18 » Eighty Years' War: Off the coast of Cornwall, England, a Spanish fleet intercepts an important Anglo-Dutch merchant convoy of 44 vessels escorted by six warships, destroying or capturing 20 of them.
    • May 26 » Pequot War: A combined English and Mohegan force under John Mason attacks a village in Connecticut, massacring approximately 500 Pequots.
    • September 29 » 42-year-old Lorenzo Ruiz dies.

    

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