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Jacob Cardinaal

Birthdate: (67)
Birthplace: Groningen, The Netherlands
Death: April 4, 1918 (67)
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Place of Burial: Driehuis, Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Son of Dirk Cardinaal and Bernarda Cardinaal
Husband of Esther van der Velde Van Cappellen
Father of Wilhelmina Bernarda Henriette Cardinaal; Alida Geertruida Cardinaal and Dirk Cardinaal
Brother of Nicolaas Cardinaal; Johanna Cardinaal and Cornelia Wilhelmina Cardinaal

Occupation: Vice Admiral Dutch navy, Vice Admiral
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About Jacob Cardinaal

From cadet in 01/08-1870 Jacob advanced through the navy ranks via Lt. 2 class, Lt. 1 class, lt.captain, captain, commodore and finally became vice admiral on 1/08-1909.

From 01/06-1906 - 01/11-1907 he was chief of the marine station in Hellevoetssluis, and later commander of the command posts "Monden der Maas" and "Harinvliet".

Jacob Cardinaal was honorably dismissed from service on 01/11-1909.

From 1911 - 1914 he was a member of the commission for better conditions for prisoners.

His funeral was witnessed by Mr Wentholt, Marine minister, 3 pensioned admirals van den Bosch, Engelbrecht and Koster, marine colonel Timmers and many more prominent marine officers.

He was cremated in april 1918 in Driehuizen.

Jacob held the following decorations: Knight of the Military Willems Order, Knight of the Dutch Lion order, distinguished cross for important war effort.

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Jacob Cardinaal's Timeline

February 24, 1851
Groningen, The Netherlands
September 2, 1883
Age 32
Den Helder, North Holland, The Netherlands
June 5, 1891
Age 40
The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands
March 26, 1893
Age 42
The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands
April 4, 1918
Age 67
Utrecht, The Netherlands
April 1918
Age 67
Driehuis, Netherlands