Genealogische verzameling Van Beurden x Swanenberg - Van Vliet x Bakkers » Joanna van den Bogaert (1698-1780)

Personal data Joanna van den Bogaert 


Ancestors (and descendant) of Joanna van den Bogaert


Household of Joanna van den Bogaert

She is married to Laurens de Noij.

on June 1, 1726 at Oisterwijk.Sources 3, 4


Child(ren):

  1. <vijf kinderen>  

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Sources

  1. Oisterwijk RK Doopboek 1696-1728, Archiefnr.867 inv.9 {Q}
  2. Oisterwijk ND Ref Begraven 1730-1790, Inv.16 p.113
  3. Oisterwijk RK Trouwboek 1718-1810, Inv.38 p.33
  4. Oisterwijk STB 1689-1731, Archiefnr.867 inv.19 fol.113v

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