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Christian Schoumaker (abt. 1740)

Sergeant Christian Schoumaker
Born about in Canton of Bern, Switzerlandmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 17 Mar 1772 in Ypres, United Netherlandsmap
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Biography

He is noticed in Ferguson's work[1], in the Marriage Register of the Scots Brigade when he appears in a marriage, 17 March 1772, at Ypres in the United Netherlands (now in West Flanders, Belgium), between himself, stated to be of a Sergeant in the Regiment of Erlach, from the Canton of Bern in Switzerland and a Calvinist, and Cathrine Josephe Flaming, stated to be daughter to Nicolas Flaming and Mary Barnard of Lewarde, in the Diocese of Davies (France), a Roman Catholic. Their marriage banns are noticed in the same source. They were married in the church at Ypres although the denomination is not mentioned.




Footnotes

  1. #S-1 Ferguson; James; Vol 3, page 160

Sources

  • Source S-1 Ferguson; James. Papers illustrating the history of the Scots brigade in the service of the United Netherlands, 1572-1782. Edinburgh: Constable, 1809. archive.org


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