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Personal data Johannes Wilhelmus Rogier van Gulick 

Ancestors (and descendant) of Johannes Wilhelmus Rogier van Gulick

Household of Johannes Wilhelmus Rogier van Gulick

He is married to Henrica Maria Johanna Luijckx.

They got married on November 17, 1862 at 's-Hertogenbosch, Noord-Brabant, Nederland, he was 24 years old.


  1. Maria Henrica Antonia Cornelia van Gulick  ????-1870
  2. Theodorus Rogerus Cornelius Alphonsus Maria van Gulick  1864-1938
  3. Joannes Theodorus Cornelis Maria van Gulick  1866-1944
  4. Johanna Wilhelmina Maria Cornelia van Gulick  1870-1939

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