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South African Stamouers/Progenitors - VOC officials

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  • Johann Heinrich de Lange, SV/PROG 2 (c.1720 - d.)
    LANGE JOHANN HEINRICH. “Oltrop” (i.e. Holtrup, Holtrop or Oldentrup ?). Arr. 1748 as sa., farmhand 1748-71, in 1771 loaned as farmhand to his wife Aletta Lübbe. ~ 8.4.1757 Aletta L...
  • Louis van Assemburg (c.1680 - 1712)
    Source: Family Search Dutch Reform Church Registers. Cape Town, South Africa. The entry Govorner Louis Assemburg: As a Witness for Willem Helot and Christina De Beer child that getting baptize. books...
  • Willem Helot, SM/PROG (c.1600 - d.)
    Willem Helot Born Amsterdam, Netherlands 27.10.1675 Bapt. Westerkerk, Amsterdam 27.10.1675 Arrived at the Cape c. 1694 aboard the Nederland Assistant to Simon v.d. Stel Became secretary of ...
  • Johannes Hertz, SV/PROG (b. - 1794)
    HERTZJOHANNES (S in CJ 1311: 117). Grünberg in Hesse. Arr. 1771, b. 1775, a baker. X (in Germany) Anna Catharina Tube, who came to the Cape in 1774 as servant of the Rev. Jacob Caspar Metz...
  • Samuel Friedrich Bode, SV/PROG 2 (1730 - 1790)
    SAMUEL FRIEDRICH BODE Samuel Friedrich Bode was born in 1730 in Lüneburg (53.15° Latitude, 10.23° Longitude), Germany (see History below). In 1766 the family stayed in Hannover a...

VOC officials who came to the Cape of Good hope.

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  • VOC Commanders and Governors of the Cape of Good Hope

During the 143 years of Dutch government at the Cape the term of office of the official who headed the government of the colony was sometimes very brief, while others remained in power for a long period.

  1. Commanders


Source: Resolutions of the Concil of the Cape of Good Hope- by Dr. Helena Liebenberg (CD Book)

English Occupation 1795-1802

Ebook History of South Africa under the Administration of the Dutch East India Company (1652-1795)

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