Johannes Jacobus de Wit

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About Johannes Jacobus de Wit

Johannes Jacobus de Wit the son of Willem and Maria, was Christened in Cape Town on 30th June 1799. In 1834 he married Anna Cornelia Albertina de Villiers in Cape Town. She was born about 1815.They had 25 children. Child number 12 was Maria Magdalena de Wit who was born on the 29th of August 1848 in Victoria West, Cape of Good Hope. Maria married John Thomson and produced a daughter Anne Maria Thomson who married Duncan Dunbar Leslie, thus ending the de Wit line of our family tree.

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Married to Anna Cornelia Albertina de Villiers, 1 June 1833 in Cape Town, South Africa.

Daughter Maria Magdelena de Wit born 29 August 1848 in Victoria West, Cape of Good Hope

Johannes Jacobus de Wit the son of Willem and Maria, was Christened in Cape Town on 30th June 1799. In 1833 he married Anna Cornelia Albertina de Villiers in Cape Town. She was born about 1815.They had 25 children. Child number 12 was Maria Magdalena de Wit who was born on the 29th of August 1848 in Victoria West, Cape of Good Hope. Maria married John Thomson and produced a daughter Anne Maria Thomson who married Duncan Dunbar Leslie, thus ending the de Wit line of our family tree.

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Johannes Jacobus de Wit's Timeline

1799
June 30, 1799
Cape Town, Cape, South Africa
1835
January 5, 1835
Age 35
Victoria West, Bo-Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa
1835
Age 35
1836
1836
Age 36
Victoria West, Bo-Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa
1837
1837
Age 37
1838
1838
Age 38
1839
1839
Age 39
Victoria West, Bo-Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa
1839
Age 39
Victoria West, Bo-Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa
1841
1841
Age 41
Victoria West, Bo-Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa
1842
1842
Age 42
Victoria West, Bo-Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa