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He is married to (1) Jakoba Wisse on April 28, 1871 at Veere (Aagtekerke) (Zeeland), he was 28 years old.Source 3
Permission for this marriage has been obtained in Veere (Aagtekerke) (Zeeland) on April 28, 1871.Source 2
He is married to (2) Maria de Visser.
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Historical context (based on day of marriage April 28, 1871)
- The temperature on April 28, 1871 was about 9.7 °C. There was 0 mm of rain. The air pressure was 1 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the west-southwest. The atmospheric humidity was 92%. Source: KNMI (weather station Utrecht/The Netherlands)
- Koning Willem III (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1849 till 1890 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
- From June 4, 1868 till January 4, 1871 the Netherlands had a cabinet Van Bosse - Fock with the prime ministers Mr. P.P. van Bosse (liberaal) and Mr. C. Fock (liberaal).
- In The Netherlands , there was from January 4, 1871 to July 6, 1872 the cabinet Thorbecke III, with Mr. J.R. Thorbecke (liberaal) as prime minister.
- In the year 1871: Source: Wikipedia
- The Netherlands had about 4.0 million citizens.
- Criminal Tribes Act (CTA) enacted by British rule in India, which named over 160 local communities 'Criminal Tribes', i.e. hereditary criminals. Repealed in 1949, after Independence of India.
- The National Association, the first professional baseball league, opens its first season in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- The University Tests Act allows students to enter the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Durham without religious tests, except for courses in theology.