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She is married to Atzonius Claases Nicolaides.

They got married in the year 1677 at Droegeham, Achtkarspelen, Friesland, Nederland.


Child(ren):

  1. Gooitzen Atzonis Nicolai  ± 1678-< 1717 
  2. Atze Atzos Nicolai  1680-< 1689
  3. Mayke Atzodr Nicolay  1683-< 1684
  4. Mayke Atzodr Nicolai  1684-< 1713 
  5. Pieter Atzes Nicolai  1686-1769 
  6. Atze Atzos Nicolaides  1689-????
  7. Roel Atzos Nicolaides  1691-1765
  8. Antje Atzodr Nicolaides  1694-> 1758
  9. Syouk Atzodr Nicolaides  1694-< 1760


Notes about Tettje Gooytzens

BUWEKLEASTER
Buwekleaster is een buurtschap in de gemeente Achtkarspelen. Het ligt ten oosten van Drogeham en ten noorden van Harkema.

De buurtschap valt formeel onder Drogeham. De buurtschap is ontstaan bij een klooster die er een tijdlang heeft gestaan. In het noordelijke deel loopt het via De Kromelle over in de buurtschap Hamsterpein.
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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 1700: Source: Wikipedia
    • January 26 » The 8.7–9.2 Mw Cascadia earthquake takes place off the west coast of North America, as evidenced by Japanese records.
    • February 27 » The island of New Britain is discovered by Europeans.
    • February 28 » Today is followed by March 1 in Sweden, thus creating the Swedish calendar.
    • March 1 » Sweden introduces its own Swedish calendar, in an attempt to gradually merge into the Gregorian calendar, reverts to the Julian calendar on this date in 1712, and introduces the Gregorian calendar on this date in 1753.


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