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She is married to Joannis Petrus Cornelis van den Broeck.

They got married at Rijsbergen, Noord-Brabant, Nederland.


Child(ren):

  1. Jan (Joannis) Petrus Jan (Joannis) van den Broeck  1591-1650 
  2. Antonius Petrus Jansen van den Broeck  ± 1595-1643
  3. Cornelis Jan Cornelis van den Broeck  1600-1650
  4. Jacoba Petrus van den Broeck  1601-1641
  5. Petrus Petrus van den Broeck  1608-1662

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Historical context


  • Stadhouder Prins Frederik Hendrik (Huis van Oranje) was from 1625 till 1647 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
  • In the year 1636: Source: Wikipedia
    • March 26 » Utrecht University is founded in the Netherlands.
    • April 30 » Eighty Years' War: Dutch Republic forces recapture a strategically important fort from Spain after a nine-month siege.
    • October 4 » Thirty Years' War: The Swedish Army defeats the armies of Saxony and the Holy Roman Empire at the Battle of Wittstock.
    • October 28 » The Massachusetts Bay Colony votes to establish a theological college, which would later become Harvard University.
    • December 13 » The Massachusetts Bay Colony organizes three militia regiments to defend the colony against the Pequot Indians. This organization is recognized today as the founding of the National Guard of the United States.


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