Stamboom Van den Eijkel en Van den Haak » Dirck Pieterszn Passchier (1694-1759)

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He is married to Judith Maartensdr Boot.

They got married on January 9, 1718 at Noordwijk (ZH).


  1. Pieter Passchier  1718-????
  2. Jan Dirkszn Passchier  1721-1797 
  3. Maarten Dirkszn Passchier  1724-1782 
  4. Jacob Passchier  1726-1769

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Historical context

  • 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.

  • The temperature on January 9, 1718 was about 5.0 °C. Source: KNMI
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    Van 1702 tot 1747 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Tweede Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
  • In the year 1718: Source: Wikipedia
    • May 7 » The city of New Orleans is founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville.
    • May 15 » James Puckle, a London lawyer, patents the world's first machine gun.
    • July 21 » The Treaty of Passarowitz between the Ottoman Empire, Austria and the Republic of Venice is signed.
    • November 22 » Off the coast of North Carolina, British pirate Edward Teach (best known as "Blackbeard") is killed in battle with a boarding party led by Royal Navy Lieutenant Robert Maynard.
    • November 30 » King Charles XII of Sweden dies during a siege of the fortress of Fredriksten in Norway.
    • December 17 » War of the Quadruple Alliance: Great Britain declares war on Spain.

  • The temperature on February 9, 1759 was about 7.0 °C. Wind direction mainly west. Weather type: geheel betrokken. Source: KNMI
  • Erfstadhouder Prins Willem V (Willem Batavus) (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1751 till 1795 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • Regentes Anna (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1751 till 1759 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • In the year 1759: Source: Wikipedia
    • January 15 » The British Museum opens to the public.
    • August 1 » Seven Years' War: The Battle of Minden, an allied Anglo-German army victory over the French. In Britain this was one of a number of events that constituted the Annus Mirabilis of 1759 and is celebrated as Minden Day by certain British Army regiments.
    • August 19 » Battle of Lagos Naval battle during the Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France.
    • September 13 » Battle of the Plains of Abraham: the British defeat the French near Quebec City in the Seven Years' War, known in the United States as the French and Indian War.
    • November 25 » An earthquake hits the Mediterranean destroying Beirut and Damascus and killing 30,000-40,000.
    • December 31 » Arthur Guinness signs a 9,000 year lease at £45 per annum and starts brewing Guinness.

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Gerard van den Eijkel, "Stamboom Van den Eijkel en Van den Haak", database, Genealogy Online ( : accessed September 17, 2021), "Dirck Pieterszn Passchier (1694-1759)".