Martha (Gijsbertsz) Cloete

Marretie (Gijsbertsz) Cloete (bef. 1677)

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Marretie (Martha) "Maria, Marretje" Cloete formerly Gijsbertsz aka Verschuur
Born before in de Caep de Goede Hoop, Dutch Cape Colonymap
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Wife of — married 26 Jul 1693 (to 1 May 1702) in de Caep de Goede Hoop, Dutch Cape Colony [South Africa]map
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Died [date unknown] in de Caep de Goede Hoop, Dutch Cape Colonymap
Profile last modified 1 Feb 2018 | Created 29 Mar 2015
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Table Bay, South Africa (1762)
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Date: Marretie was born in 1677. She is the daughter of Hendrik Verschuur and Gezina Visser. [1]


Ao. 1677......Den 25 April.............Marretie............Hendrick Gijsbertsz en Geesie Jans.......Jan Koenraets Visscher en Gerrit Jansz en Beatrice Gijsberts[2]
Child: Marretie Gijsbertsz[3]
Date: 25 April 1677[3]
Event place: Cape Town Dutch Reformed Church[3]
Father: Hendrick Gijsbertsz / Hendrik Verschuur[3]
Mother: Geesie Jans / Gezina Visser[3]
Witnesses: Jan Koenraets Visscher , Gerrit Jansz and Beatrice[3]
Doop: Op Sondag, 25 April 1677. [4]
- plek: Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Kaapstad. [4]
- getuies: Gerrit Jansz Visser, Bearrice Gijsbertz Verweij en Jan Coenraad Visser. [4]


Place: Cape, South Africa
Date: Before 1 May 1702 [5]


Testator(s): Marritje Verschuure
Event date: 1 Meij 1702
Inventaris en taxcatie den goederen, nagelaten en met de doodt ontruijmt bij Marritje Verschuure, ten voordeelen van haar egteman Coenraat Kloete ten eener, en haar 2 nagelaten kinderen gen:t
Hendrik oud 4 1/2 jaar en ten anderen
Jacob Kloete oud 2 1/2 jaar zijde
soo als deselve bij de E: Weesm:ren en de boedelhouder voorn:t sijn gepryseert, bestaande in meenigte en prijs als volgd, namentlijk........ [5]


  • This person was created through the import of flakey (3).ged on 18 April 2011 by [Bergh-3|Anton Bergh].

  1. Philip van der Walt, Sunday, March 29, 2015.
  2. Source: The Genealogical Society of South Africa: eGSSA branch, South African Records Transcribed. A selection of historical records transcriptions. ( page 22 : assessed 23 Febr 2015) Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 603, Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk, baptisms 1665 to 1696VC 603 is a photocopy made during the 1980s of the original, made for the Sciences Research Council (HSRC) and a copy was donated to the South African Archives, a copy going to the Cape Town repository and to the Pretoria Repository (where it is part of the FC series). The original register is now housed in the Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerkargief, Noordwal-Wes, Stellenbosch, as G1 1/1. Seen and added Febr 07, 2015 by Susanna de Bruyn
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Febr 23, 2015 by Susanna de Bruyn
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Stefan Steyn June 10, 2014.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Inventories of the Orphan Chamber Cape Town Archives Repository, South Africa, Reference no.: MOOC8/1.70 Seen and entered Febr 23, 2015 by Susanna de Bruyn

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On 29 Mar 2015 at 18:29 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

Verschuur-2 and Gijsbertsz-12 appear to represent the same person because: Same data (name, dob, etc.) Gijsbertsz-12 was created because it is the way the LNAB was written on the baptismal record.

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