Timeline Jan Willemsz Diepenhorst
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About the surname Diepenhorst
- 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 1679: Source: Wikipedia
- January 24 » King Charles II of England dissolves the Cavalier Parliament.
- June 1 » The Scottish Covenanters defeat John Graham of Claverhouse at the Battle of Drumclog.
- August 7 » The brigantine Le Griffon, commissioned by René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, is towed to the south-eastern end of the Niagara River, to become the first ship to sail the upper Great Lakes of North America.
Van 1702 tot 1747 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Tweede Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
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- In the year 1704: Source: Wikipedia
- January 25 » The Battle of Ayubale results in the destruction of most of the Spanish missions in Florida.
- February 29 » Queen Anne's War: French forces and Native Americans stage a raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony, killing 56 villagers and taking more than 100 captive.
- April 24 » The first regular newspaper in British Colonial America, The Boston News-Letter, is published.
- August 4 » War of the Spanish Succession: Gibraltar is captured by an English and Dutch fleet, commanded by Admiral Sir George Rooke and allied with Archduke Charles.
- August 13 » War of the Spanish Succession: Battle of Blenheim: English and Imperial forces are victorious over French and Bavarian troops.
- December 6 » Battle of Chamkaur: During the Mughal-Sikh Wars, an outnumbered Sikh Khalsa defeats a Mughal army.
The publication Stamboom Van Rumpt
has been compiled by Aart van Rumpt
When copying data from this family tree, please include a reference to the origin:
Aart van Rumpt, "Stamboom Van Rumpt", database, Genealogy Online (https://www.genealogieonline.nl/van-rumpt-stamboom/I29961.php : accessed September 24, 2021), "Jan Willemsz Diepenhorst (± 1654-1704)".