Kwartierstaat Dirks - Fijnaut » Anna Baumers (± 1642-1720)

Personal data Anna Baumers 

Household of Anna Baumers

She had a relationship with Martinus Flecken.


  1. Giertrudis Flecken  1669-1723 
  2. Leonardus Fleck  1672-????
  3. Heijckel Flecken  1674-1726 

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Historical context

  • The temperature on March 13, 1720 was about 3.0 °C. Source: KNMI
  •  This page is only available in Dutch.
    Van 1702 tot 1747 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Tweede Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
  • In the year 1720: Source: Wikipedia
    • January 21 » Sweden and Prussia sign the Treaty of Stockholm.
    • February 29 » Ulrika Eleonora, Queen of Sweden abdicates in favour of her husband, who becomes King Frederick I on March 24.
    • March 24 » Count Frederick of Hesse-Kassel is elected King of Sweden by the Riksdag of the Estates, after his consort Ulrika Eleonora abdicated the throne on 29 February
    • August 14 » The Spanish military Villasur expedition is wiped out by Pawnee and Otoe warriors near present-day Columbus, Nebraska.
    • October 20 » Caribbean pirate Calico Jack is captured by the Royal Navy.
    • November 9 » The synagogue of Judah HeHasid is burned down by Arab creditors, leading to the expulsion of the Ashkenazim from Jerusalem.

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