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Personal data Cornelis Jans 


Ancestors (and descendant) of Cornelis Jans

Aerien Jansen Blau
± 1600-????

Cornelis Jans
????-< 1697

1694

Household of Cornelis Jans

He is married to Goeick Jilles.

They got married on March 4, 1694 at Vrouwenparochie, Het Bildt, Friesland, Nederland.

Bildt, het, huwelijken 1694
Vermelding: Bevestiging huwelijk op 4 maart 1694 in Vrouwenparochie
Man : Cornelis Jans afkomstig van Oudebildtzijl
Vrouw : Goeick Jilles afkomstig van Oudebildtzijl

Gestandaardiseerde namen: KORNELIS JANS en GOOITSKE JILLES

Bron:
Collectie Doop-, Trouw-, Begraaf- en Lidmatenboeken(DTBL)
Trouwregister Hervormde gemeente Vrouwenparochie 1597-1725
Inventarisnr.: DTB 127

Child(ren):

  1. Yttie Cornelis  1696-????
  2. Rensie Cornelis  1697-???? 

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Historical events


  • Stadhouder Prins Willem III (Huis van Oranje) was from 1672 till 1702 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • In the year 1694: Source: Wikipedia
    • February 6 » The warrior queen Dandara, leader of the runaway slaves in Quilombo dos Palmares, Brazil, is captured and commits suicide rather than be returned to a life of slavery.
    • July 27 » A Royal charter is granted to the Bank of England.

    

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