Cornelis Claasen aka Kees de Boer was from Utrecht  and arrived at the Cape before 1657. He was married at Stellenbosch in 1676 to Catharina Van Malabar. She was born 1650 and baptised in 1673. Cornelis had earlier had a child with the slave Isabella van Angola in 1661.  On Mar 15, 1676 at the Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Cape Town.
Catharina had 7 children with Cornelis Claasen (Claasz) ca. 1650 - ca. 1688 :
Catharina van Malabaar had a child with Gabriel de Samboua of which Cornelis Claassen was the stepfather. This child was known as Adriana Gabrielse van de Kaap (also known as Adriaentje Claassen).Arriaantje got baptised 13 November 1667 in Cape Town. Later Katrijn married Cornelis Claasen (Kees de Boer) and thus he was the stepfather of Arrianntje . This child was known as Adriaentje Cornelisz. Adriaantje Gabrielsz was born in bondage, before 13 November 1667, and was owned by Commandeur Cornelis van Quaelbergen de Caep de Goede Hoop. and was baptised in 1667. Catherine is named as a parent in the record of the baptism of Adriaentje NN on 13 November 1667: een slaevinne kint van den E.H.Comman: Quaelbergen, wiert genaemt Adriaentje de moeder Catharyn tot getuyge stont in persoon van de Juffr Quaelbergen haer slaevinne at the Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Cape Town.
2nd marriage - she remarried as Catarina van de Cust Coromandel to Andries Voormeester on 31 July 1688 
Unruly Family Affairs
Kees Claasz (de Boer) & his Indian ex-slave wife , the gedoopte swartinne Catrijn (Catharina van Malabar), are 2 of the more interesting personalities inhabiting the early colonial Cape settlement & 1st to inhabit the newly found colony at Stellenbosch. Notwithstanding their frequent brushes with the law, they appear to play an important community role at Moddergat which later becomes an important ‘Coloured’ farming settlement & mission station outside of Stellenbosch. Their descendants in the female line ramify dramatically in the colonial community becoming the founding mothers of various whole family clans: Bezuidenhout, Van Locherenberg, Bronkhorst, Gerrits, Pyl, Rigt, Willemse, Kemp & Franke. The family is seldom without controversy. Their surviving daughters all lead eventful lives:
• Aeltje, after her husband Heinrich Jansen Heyder is convicted for assaulting a ‘Hottentot’ named Lucifer, seeks succour as concubine to the soon-to-be murdered Jacobus van den Berg which murder takes place in the house of her sister Catharina.
• Maria dumps her Frisian husband Gerrit Willemse permitting her socially misfit free-black paramour Isaac Pietersz: van de Caab to remove her undesirable spouse by dragging him by the hair out of his own home to become a vagabond ... 
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↑ The Genealogical Society of South Africa: eGSSA branch, South African Records Transcribed. A selection of historical records transcriptions (http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/ : accessed 25 July 2016), [http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/church-registers/cape-town-ngk-1665-to-1695/44-cape-town-baptisms-1673 Cape Town Baptisms 1665-1695, "Cape Town Baptisms 1673, p. 8", baptism entry for Catharina van Malbaar, 29 Oct 1673; Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 603, Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk, baptisms 1665 to 1696. VC 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. The transcription was originally made in 2006 by Richard Ball. Corrections were received from Delia Robertson and Alwyn Smit and Corney Keller had now completely revised and amended the original transcript (February 2012).
Seen and entered by Philip van der Walt Jul 25, 2016.
↑Cornelis Claasz van Uytregt vrijborger en Catharina van Malbaar, transcribed by Richard Ball, Norfolk, England, (May 2006), Genealogical Society of South Africa, eGSSA Branch http://www.eggsa.org/
↑ 12.012.112.212.312.412.5 The Genealogical Society of South Africa: eGSSA branch, South African Records Transcribed. A selection of historical records transcriptions transcribed (Cape Town Marriages 1665-1695Cape Town Marriages 1676, page 81 ; accessed Aug 17, 2015). This transcription has been made from photographs of the Cape Archives Verbatim copies document VC 603 - Cape Town baptisms, memberships and marriages 1665-1695, which is a photocopy the original register, now housed in the Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerkargief, Noordwal-Wes, Stellenbosch, as G1-1/1. This photocopy was 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 (VC series) and to the Pretoria Repository (where it is part of the FC series). Seen and entered Aug 17, 2015 by Susanna de Bruyn.
↑ Cornelisz Claassen was her stepfather. Philip van der Walt (2/1/2014).
↑ NGK G1 1/1, Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Kerken Boek (Bapt.): dito (13 November) 1665-1695, Genealogical Society of South Africa, eGSSA Branch http://www.eggsa.org/
↑ "ultimo July (den 25 Julij is crossed out) Andries Voormeester van Guedelborg vrijborger aen Stellenbos jongman met Catarina van de Cust Coromandel Wed. wijle den overleden vrijborger Cornelis Claasze: May 2006, Genealogical Society of South Africa, eGSSA Branch http://www.eggsa.org/
E.J. van der Walt (Medeouteur van: Die familie Van der Walt in Suid-Afrika. Saamgestel deur C.M. van der Walt, E.J. van der Walt, T.S.P. van der Walt. Geredigeer deur E.P. Jooste en I. Groesbeek. EP Genealogie Publikasie Nr. 31 RGN, Pretoria, 1989.) for bringing under my (Philip van der Walt) attention through his publications this remarkable period in the early history of the Dutch Cape Colony.
Hi Sharon, in the bigger scheme of things all these profiles are murky and we have still hundreds of slave profiles to work on. The work of Upham, Ball and Robinson on these profiles are many times leading, but they are still in many instances only leading and not conclusive unless proven otherwise - tentative. See Robertson, Delia. The First Fifty Years Project > Adriaantje Gabrielsz - the DNA research is still ongoing; there were also three persons called Kees de Boer at the Cape at that time. I will change the place name in the vitals.
Also, just as a matter of interest, why has Gabriel van Samboua rather than Gabriel Joosten been allocated as the father of Adriaentje? I have not found evidence that necessarily favours one over the other and am interested in what has swung the project in this direction.
Thanks for the clarification, Philip. I would still suggest we get the birth place in the vitals at Malabar and not Bengal, based on 1) that is what is in the Biography and 2) it is the most used in the records.
Hi Sharon, the british only took hold in Bengal around 1757. See Wikipedia on this - the Dutch traded along the whole of the Coromandel coast with the Mughal sultanate nearly one hundred years before that date [they were present in the far east near two hundred years before 1757]. Yes Coromandel Bengal might be incorrect. But at that time the Bengal Subah (mid 17th century, not the 18th century) was a subdivision of the Mughal Empire encompassing modern Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal. Not to be confused with the current day state of Bengal, which is not the same as the Dutch Bengal, that from 1615 onwards, the Dutch East India Company traded with.
I am wondering why her birthplace is given as Coromandel, Bengal. Coromandel was South East, and also included a Dutch settlement (in what is now Andra Pradesh). Bengal is far north and was a British possession. She occurs more often, however as being van Malabar, which is on the West Coast (modern day Kerala) where the Dutch also had a presence. I would thus suggest we change the birthplace in the vitals to correspond to the Place given in the Bio: Malabar.
Van De Kaap-6 and Van Malbaar-1 appear to represent the same person because: Van De Kaap-6 was added to Catharina de Bero profile as mother but is in fact a duplicate for Van_Malbaar-1 wife of Kees de Boer and mother to Catharina "Kattrija" van Hoorn formerly Cornelisz aka Cornelijs, de Bero Cornelisz-9... Van_Malbaar-1 is the target profile. Please merge and help build our tree. Thanks R
She was added to Catharina de Bero profile as mother but is in fact a duplicate for Van_Malbaar-1 wife of Kees de Boer and mother to Catharina "Kattrija" van Hoorn formerly Cornelisz aka Cornelijs, de Bero Cornelisz-9