Esther Fouché, b4

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Esther Fouché, b4

Birthplace: Suèvres, Loir-et-Cher, Centre, France
Death: Died in South Africa
Cause of death: Died young
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Philippe Fouché, SV/PROG and Anne Souchay, SM/PROG
Sister of Philippe Fouché, b1; Philippe ii Fouché, b2; Anne Jordaan, b3 SM; Jacques Fouché, b5; Steven Fouche, b6 and 2 others

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About Esther Fouché, b4

There are 2 Esthers

Philippe Fouchè, arrived in 1688 with the ship "Voorschoten", with his wife and three children: Anne (6 jaar), Esther(5), Jacques (3).

So this Esther born +/- 1683

Source: Geslagsregister van Vroeë Kaapse families. Cor Pama

Hugenote aan die Kaap 1688-1988 - Prof. Pieter Coertzen Naam: Fouche, Esther.(1683 -?) Dogter van Philippe Fouche Plek van herkoms: Suevres(Orleanais) Datum van aankoms: 1688 saam met haar ouers Philippe Fouche en Anne Souchay aan boord die Voorschoten. Gevestig te Wildenpaardenjacht,Paarl. ONGETROUD.

Jacques PINARD, born 1665 arrived on the same ship in 1688 together with his wife Esther FOUCHE who he married on 10 Desember 1687 in the Waalsekerk in Delft. She was then 21 years old so born in 1667.

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Esther Fouché, b4's Timeline

Suèvres, Loir-et-Cher, Centre, France
December 31, 1687
- April 13, 1688
Age 4
South Africa

The VOORSCHOTEN sailed from Delft (Delfthaven) on 31 December 1687 and arrived at Saldanha Bay, South Africa on 13 April 1688.

31/12/1687 - 26/04/188

The Voorschoten left Delfshaven, Zeeland (Netherlands) for Batavia on 31st December, 1687. Arrived at Saldanha Bay the Cape, 13 April, 1688, transferred to ship Jupiter which arrived at Table Bay with 192 people on April 26,1688

Flyboat with 3 masts and a rounded hull, 130 Dutch feet long - capable of carrying 150 people.

Captain: Frans Villierius.

Belonged to the Chamber of Delft. Voorschotten - first ship to leave Holland with French refugees

Part of the autumnal fleet - sailing with this ship were Borssenburg, Oosterland, De Schelde, Berg China, Zuid-Beveland and Wapen van Alkmaar.

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Age 7
South Africa