Stamboom Pierens-Raeman » Daneel Braet (1430-1500)

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Ancestors (and descendant) of Daneel Braet

Willem Baraet
± 1355-1415
Margaretha Steenaert
± 1400-> 1439

Daneel Braet

Jan Braet
± 1465-1535
Pieter Braet

Household of Daneel Braet

He is married to Katelijne Suerinckx.

They got married.Source 1


  1. Jan Braet  ± 1465-1535 
  2. Pieter Braet  1559-????

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