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Personal data Daniel II van Boechout Wanghe 


Household of Daniel II van Boechout Wanghe

He is married to Maria Transylvan.

They got married


Child(ren):

  1. Gilles II van Boechout  ????-1337 
  2. Jan van Boechout  ± 1280-1333


Notes about Daniel II van Boechout Wanghe

Knight and fought gloriously at 5 june 1288 at the battle of Woeringen. See the work of Constant Noppen (1991) pages 42-53 and Louis de Bondt (2010). The statue of Daniel are at the Nationale Plantentuin van Belgie. Daniel fortified the castle of Bouchout with a Donjon tower of 20 meters, probably at about 1300. Lord of Bouchout, Humbeek and Diepensteyn.

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