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Johan Oosthuijsz (Oosthuysen), SV/PROG

Also Known As: "Jan Oosthuysen", "(Jan Oosthuyse / Jan Oosthuijsen / Jan Oosthuyzen)"
Birthdate:
Death: 1730 (55-64)
Caep de Goede Hoop, South Africa
Place of Burial: Caap de Goede Hoop
Immediate Family:

Son of NN Oosthuysen
Husband of Johanna Maartens, SM/PROG
Father of Gerhardus Oosthuizen; Anna Oosthuijsen; Barbara Oosthuizen; Elsje du Plessis (Oosthuysen); Jannetjie Oosthuysen and 4 others
Brother of Johannes Oosthuysen

Occupation: Boer/Farmer
ID: Johannes Oosterhuysen. SV/Prog
Vrijburger: 15 August 1690
Managed by: Private User
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About Johan Oosthuijsz, SV/PROG

Nicolaas de Graaf in 1700 described how the VOC was the places of refuge for many of the worst of all nations: "Moffen, Poepe, Knoete, Hannekemaijers en andere groene kassoepers, die't gras nog tussen die tanden"

Profile photo/document -- 4 March 1693 last payment to VOC ?

15 August 1690 Vrijburger

Johan Oosthuijsz= van Werden 1685 source

Alternative spelling - Oosthuysen and Oosthuisen

FFY says : Jan was from Woerden and was perhaps born there circa 1670. His age is estimated based on his occupation as midshipman, adelborst, in 1685. Midshipmen were often employed in their early to mid-teens
Therefore not impossible his baptism could have been in 1672 son of Joannes Oosthuysen.

https://www.stamouers.com/stamouers/surnames-n-to-q/378-oosthuizen-...

https://www.openarch.nl/ghn:cc59ca97-0655-442a-a6f6-573da4cbfbfc

https://www.nationaalarchief.nl/onderzoeken/archief/1.04.02/invnr/5...

• Birth date – c 1670

• Birthplace – Netherlands

• Date of Death – before 1732

• First Name - Johan

• Last Name – Oosthuisz

• Gender – male

• Arrived at the Cape – 1690

• Marriage – c 700 – Johanna Maarterns from Grypskerk, Netherlands

• Occupation - free burgher/citizen of Drakenstein

Children

b1 Gerhardus born c 1703; Bapt. 27.04.1703; x Dorothea Maria Bekker xx 21.01.1742 Magdalena Neeff

b2 Johanna (Anna) born c 1705; Bapt. 20.08.1705; x Pieter Gouws 04.05.1721

b3 Barbara born c 1708; Bapt. 02.12.1708

b4 Elsie born c 1710 x 08.10.1735 Pieter du Plessis

b5 Jan Hendrik born c 1714; Bapt. 04.11.1714 x 23.10.1735 Anna Botha

b6 Petronella born c 1717; Bapt. 18.04.1717 x 23.10.1735 Frederik Botha

b7 Jacobus born c 1722; Bapt 22.11.1722; x 10.04.1749 Dina Carolina Brits

The Dutch family name Oosthuizen is an origin-name, meaning that it indicates the place from which the original carrier originated.

Die van OOSTHUIZEN het heel waarskynlik sy oorsprong vanaf die dorp/stad/streek vanwaar die persoon - of sy/haar voorgeslagte - afkomstig is. So ook is die oorsprong van vanne soos ons dit vandag ken, of 'n verwysing vanwaar die persoon (of sy/haar voorgeslagte) vandaan kom, of watter beroep die persoon beoefen het. Bv. Venter wat straathandelaar (smous) beteken, of selfs Schumacher (wat verander het na Schoeman) wat beteken skoenmaker. 'n Verdere interresante feit is dat die verskillende spellinngs van 'n van daargestel is a.g.v. van die rede dat baie van die voorouers slegs semi-geletterd of selfs ongeletterd was, en die vanne dan op dokumente aangebring is soos die amptenaar dit hoor en dink hoe dit gespel moet word. Nog 'n feit is dat die voorvoegsel tot baie vanne soos "van" , "van der", asook "Janse(n)" ook 'n betekenis het. Bv. die voorvoegsel "van der" Merwe beteken - afkomstig vanaf Merwede, en Janse(n) van Rensburg - (let op die hoofletter "J" in Janse(n) - Piet/Anna Janse(n) van Rensburg - beteken weer Jan, afkomstig vanaf Rensburg, se se seun/dogter.

The first Oosthuizens were probably from the town Oosthuizen in North-Holland. Today the town is part of the region Oosthuizen-en-Hobrede and is southwest of Hoorn and northwest of Edam, in the region known as the Zeevang. Oosthuizen was mentioned in a letter in 1388 under the name "Litkoshuizer-Koogen" and on an old map with the name "Luttik-Oosthuizen". The majority of the townsfolk were involved in the cheese-industry. In the regions that today is covered by the Netherlands and Belgium, the use of family names started in the thirteenth century. It first started in the larger cities of Flandre and Brabant, like Gent, Brugge and Antwerpen. Until the sixteenth century, family names were common in Amsterdam, but in the time of Napoleon, not in the rural areas.

Badge: In three gold roses, placed 2 and 1, on a shield of gold, a green clover leaf.
Translation: Roses mean Beauty, Happiness, Progress and Hope. A clover leaf means Prosperity.
Helmet Sign: Clover leaf
Reference: "Groot Afrikaanse Familienaamboek"
Origin: Netherlands (see image)


Will filed 1726-1735 Jan Oosthuijzen

References/Sources.

FAMILIA Vol 14, no. 4 1977 pages 72 and 73
South African Genealogies – Volume 7 page 136

Links.

http://www.oosthuizen.name/

See also --------------------

Johannes Oosthuyzen

of Oosthuysen v. Weerl. 1691 burger Drakenstein, x Johanna Maartens. v. Grypskerk.

GR - C C de Villiers - Vol2 bygewerk deur Cor Pama

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Johannes OOSTHUISEN came from Weert, Holland in 1685 and settled at the Cape, where he was a free burgher of Drakenstein. In 1691 he married Johanna van GRIJPSKLERK of Holland. Their son was Gerhardus OOSTHUISEN, who married (1) Dorothea Maria BEKKER, (2) Magdelena NEEF, the second marriage taking place on the 21st January 1742.

Thanks to submission by: Julie Driver jdriver@rogers.com
Family webpage:http:// freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdriver

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http://www.e-family.co.za/ffy/p7046.htm (Well researched info) Jan Oosthuyse M, #7046, b. circa 1670

NGK Drakenstein Baptisms 1694-1732 NGK Drakenstein Baptisms 1694-1732 NGK Stellenbosch Baptisms 1688-1732 NGK Stellenbosch Baptisms 1688-1732

Birth* Jan Oosthuyse was born circa 1670.1 Marriage* He married Johanna Maartens circa 1690.2 Name Variation Jan Oosthuyse was also known as Oosthùijsen.3 Baptism He and Johanna Maartens witnessed the baptism of Isaak Mouton on 29 March 1711 at Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Stellenbosch, de Caep de Goede Hoop.4 Baptism He and Johanna Maartens witnessed the baptism of Johannis Bronkhorst on 28 July 1720 at Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Stellenbosch, de Caep de Goede Hoop.1 Baptism He and Johanna Maartens witnessed the baptism of Johanna Gaùs on 25 April 1723 at Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Drakenstein, de Caep de Goede Hoop.5

Family Johanna Maartens b. c 1670 Children Gerrit Oosthuysen+6 b. b 27 Apr 1703 Anna Oosthùijsen+7 b. b 29 Nov 1705 Barbara Oosthùijsen1 b. b 2 Dec 1708 Elsie Oosthuyse8 b. c 1710 Jan Hinorikse Oosthuyse9 b. b 4 Nov 1714 Petronella Oosthuysen10 b. b 18 Apr 1717 Jacobùs Oosthuysen+11 b. b 22 Nov 1722

Please see the page on the website: http://www.e-family.co.za/ffy/p7046.htm

About Johan Oosthuijsz, SV/PROG (Afrikaans)

Stamvader - Arriveer in Kaap in1685 vanaf Weert in Nederland. Vestig in Drakenstein Vallei Circa 1691

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Johan Oosthuijsz, SV/PROG's Timeline

1670
1670
1685
May 13, 1685
Age 15
Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland (Netherlands)
1685
Age 15
Cape
1691
1691
Age 21
Drakenstein, Cape Province
1703
April 27, 1703
Paarl, Drakenstein, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa
1705
November 29, 1705
Paarl, Drakenstein, Caep de Goede Hoop, South Africa
1708
December 2, 1708
1710
July 14, 1710
Swellendam, Overberg District Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa
1710
Drakenstein, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika