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on November 14, 1872
at Cothen, Utrecht, Netherlands
, she was 27 years old.
Notes about Petronella BONGERS
Birth record from the Utrechts Archief, Archief 1232, Registratienummer 3-34, Aktenummer 4, it states (translated from Dutch original)
"In the year, eighteen hundred and forty-five (1845), on the fourteenth of the month of January, Jan Glabbeek van der Does, Civil Servant of the Municipality of Vianen, Province of South Holland, appeared: Mariana Cottens, forty two years old, by profession (?)? living in Vianen who declared to us that on Tuesday, the fourteenth of the month of January this year, in the morning at eight o'clock, in Vianen was born a child of female gender, of Petronella Bongers, unmarried and twenty-one years old, living in Vianen, and that the child will be given the name of Petronella. Which declaration and statement were filed in the presence of Gerrit Diepenbroekoud, forty-five years old,by(??) profession living in Vianen and Pieter van Werkhoven, living in Vianen, as witnesses."
- Birth: HUA, Utrecht, Archive: 1232, Registration number: 3-34; Sourcenumber: 4, Vianen. Bevolkingsregister Heemskerk, 1874-1891. Noord-Hollands Archief, Haarlem, Archive: 1032, Registration number: 672. (The father is unknown - see Notes).
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- The temperature on January 14, 1845 was about 3.0 °C. Wind direction mainly south east. Weather type: betrokken. Source: KNMI
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