Iba "Antonique" van Timor

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Iba van Timor, b1

Also Known As: "Anthonique; Antonijke van Mauritius; Annique; Antoinetta"
Birthplace: Timor, Indonesia
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Amsoeboe van Timor, SV/PROG and Inabe (Ansela) van Timor, SM/PROG
Wife of Carel ? and Hans (Behr) Beer, SV/PROG
Ex-wife of Gerrit Theunisz Jooste
Mother of Hermina Wilhelmina Karelse, SM; Maria Elisabeth Jooste, SM; Magdalena Schaaf and Catharina Blom ((Behr) Beer)
Sister of Baauw van Timor

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About Iba "Antonique" van Timor


Amsoeboe, his wife Inabe and daughters Iba and Baauw ‐ a politically exiled, but un‐enslaved, family from Timor ‐ is sent (1676) by the Dutch East India Company 9VOC) from Jakarta to Mauritius.

...Also implicated is a Company soldier Hans Beer, concubine to Iba. Two conspirators hang themselves. Behr dies mysteriously during interrogation.

... The census (1682) enumerates 7 unnamed members for this family ‐ including presumably 3 illegitimate daughters for Iba.

... Iba – now known as Anthonique ‐ joins the Stellenbosch household of freeburgher Jacob Aertsz: Brouwer and his twice‐widowed wife Agnetha Rix. Brouwer assaults his wife regularly and on one occasion also another free‐burgher’s wife. He later visciously assaults Iba (1686) with a broomstick soon after also whipping his slave Tido van Goa who dies from his injuries. Iba finally jointly baptizes (1693) her 3 daughters each adopting their own biological father’s name. Amsoeboe next appears (1692) as a miller with both daughters in the Cape District alongside free‐burgher Gerrit Theunisz: (from Utrecht) ‐ concubine to Iba ‐ which couple is again recorded (1695).

Concubine to Dutchman Gerrit Theunisz:

His elder daughter Iba – now known as Anthonique / Anthoinetta [van] Timor van Mauritius becomes concubine (bijsit) to free‐burgher Gerrit Theunisz: (from Utrecht). He is the former farming partner (compagnon) of free‐burgher Willem van Wyk (from Ingen)34. Together they purchase (7 April 1678) the place Paradijs at Constantia and four slaves (Thomas van Bengale, Jantje van Batavia, Paulus van Cabo Verde & heelslag Petronella (Pieterneel / Pyttie) van de Caep36) from Hester Weijers: / Jans: Klim (from Lier), wid. Wouter Cornelisz: Mostaert (from Utrecht).37 The partnership is short‐lived as Van Wyk is listed the following year (1679) with a new partner (socius): in compagnie met Hans Ehrentraut. Theunisz: relocates to Stellenbosch where he and Iba live in concubinage.

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Iba "Antonique" van Timor's Timeline

Age 16
Drakenstein, Cape, South Africa
Age 17
Age 20
Middelburg, Veldhoven, Noord-Brabant, Nederland