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Johann Christoffel Broodryk, SV/PROG

Also Known As: "Brodtrück/Brotrik"
Birthplace: Schwarzburg, Thuringia, Germany
Death: Died in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Ex-husband of Christina Stockfleth, SM
Father of Jan Christoffel Broodryk, b1; Aletta Christina Broodryk, b2; Abraham Christiaan Broodryk, b3; Christiaan Wilhelm Broodryk, b4; Maria Elizabeth Broodryk, b6 and 4 others
Brother of Volkmar Broodryk

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About Johann Christoffel Broodryk, SV/PROG


BROODRYK JOHANN CHRISTOFFEL (S Brodtrück). - Schwarzburg. Arr. 1751 as so., b. 1756, a smith. ~ 25.9.1757 Christina Stockfleth, wid. Jan van Smittenberg (see Stockfleth). 9 children. Divorced 1775. (Rq. 1756: 15; CJ 1179: 17; CJ 818: 24; G.R. nr. 280.)

BROODRYK VOLKMAR (S Brodtrück). - Schwarzburg. Brother of Johann Christoffel B. (q.v.). Smith 1751-55, loaned as smith to his brother 1756. Repatriated 1757. (GMR 1751-55; CJ 1145: 31; Test. CJ 1178:49.)

- Dr. J. Hoge, Personalia of the Germans at the Cape, 1652-1806, Archives Year Book for South African History (Cape Town: Government Printer, Union of South Africa, 1946)

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Johann Christoffel Broodryk, SV/PROG's Timeline

Schwarzburg, Thuringia, Germany
October 18, 1750
- September 16, 1755
Age 18
Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands

Date of commencement of employment: 18-10-1750, Date of termination of employment: 16-09-1755. Occupation at commencement of employment: Soldier. Reason for terminating employment: Free citizen.

Sailed away with the ship: Slot van Kapelle Where ended tenure of service: Cape of Good Hope. Month certificate: No Debenture: Yes
Remarks: overleden 1784

Debenture: Depending upon his occupation a VOC employee could sign a debenture or forward transfer up to a maximum of 300 guilders. The debenture was often made in name of the signer, but was transferable and payable to the bearer. Following the month certificate the debenture has the next highest priority of payment where insufficient credit existed. The pay-register mentions only the existence of a debenture and the repayment if indeed that has taken place.

June 4, 1751
Age 19
Cape Town, WC, South Africa

Information concerning the voyage

Ship: Slot van Kapelle Departure: 18-10-1750
Chamber: Amsterdam Cape: 23-01-1751
Inventory number: 6270
Folio: 248 Arrival: 04-06-1751
DAS- and voyage no.: 3506.3

September 25, 1757
Age 25
Cape Town, WC, South Africa
June 18, 1758
Age 26
Cape Town, WC, South Africa
January 1760
Age 28
Age 29
August 5, 1764
Age 32
Cape Town, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
June 1767
Age 35
Cape Town, WC, South Africa
August 20, 1769
Age 37
Cape Town, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa