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Zacharias Jacobsson Blomerus, SV/PROG

Also Known As: "Zacharius BLOMERUS"
Birthplace: Jakobstad, Pietarsaari, Finland
Death: May 13, 1835 (82)
Swellendam, Overberg DC, Western Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Son of Jacob Johan Blomerus; Jacob Johan Blomerus and Anna Holmsten
Husband of Catharina Elisabeth Blomerus; Catharina Elisabeth Blomerus; Catherina Elizabeth Blomerus, c4d6 SM and Elisabeth Margaretha Poggenpoel
Father of Maria Alida Wiesner; Hester Anna Siebert; Anna Gerharda van der Lith, b1; Arie Rasmus Blomerus, b2; Jacobus Johannes Blomerus, b3 and 5 others
Brother of Carin Blomerus; Brita Blomerus; Anna Blomerus and Jacob Blomerus

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About Zacharias Jacobsson Blomerus, SV/PROG

"Finland, Baptisms, 1657-1890," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 20 January 2015), Jacob Blomerus in entry for Zacharias Jacobsson, 18 Oct 1752; citing Church of Finland, ; FHL microfilm 55,656.

Name: Zacharias Jacobsson Gender: Male Christening Date: 18 Oct 1752 Christening Place: PIETARSAARI,VAASA,FINLAND Birth Date: 17 Oct 1752 Father's Name: Jacob Blomerus Mother's Name: Anna Holmsten Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C45295-1 , System Origin: Finland-ODM , GS Film number: 55656


a1 Zacharius Blomerus

v. Stockholm. In diens van die H.O.I.K. x 14.4.1782 Catharina Elisabeth Visagie; xx 8.3.1807 Elisabeth Margaretha Joubert, wed.v. Philippus Poggenpoel.

Graafl-Reinet. — Landdrost Woeke mentions that on the 9th April last he had sent in a memorial to Governor v. d. Graaff requesting that the vacant places among the burghers might be filled by the persons suggested by him, and also in another letter of the same date, that an adjunct messenger might be appointed As he does not know whether these matters have been brought to your notice (viz.. The Hon. Isaac Joh. Rhenius, Administra- tor, and Council), he once more requests that, as the burgher- Captain Daniel Willem Kuhn has removed to Swellendam, and since died ; and as the sub-Lieutenant Christiaan Rudolph Opyperman, being too corpulent to ride on horseback, has asked for his discharge, and by the death of the Adjutant, Willem Burgard, and sub-Lieutenant, Willem Louw, their places have also become vacant, — the Council may be pleased to appoint : — The first Lieutenant, Jozua Joubert, as Captain ; the sub-Lieu- tenant Nicolaas Smit as first Lieutenant ; the Cornets Cornelis Botma and Abraham de Clercq as sub-Lieutenants ; the Cavalry sergeants, Jacobus Adam Hurter and David Schalk v. d. Merwe of the Rifles (Schutters), as Comets; the burgher Carel David Gerotz as Adjutant ; and in the Reserve Company, the Comet, Johan Adam Raubenheimer, as sub-Lieutenant ; the Adjutant, Zacharias Blomerus, as Comet; and the ex-Cavalry sergeant, Andreas Hendrik Krugel, as Adjutant, — and to let those promotions take effect, as soon as practicable, that those officers may be able to perform their burgher exercises on the ist November next, etc. (No. 1 7 ; date, 2nd July.)

Graafl-Beinet. — L. and H. H. nominate Stephanus Naude, Schalk Jacobus Burgerd, Barend's son, Nicolaas Smit, aixd Zacharias Blomerus, vice Willem Louw, deceased, and Andries Petrus Burgers. (No. 195 ; date, 7th.)

yDNA = N-M232 / N1C1a(M178)

N1c1a (M178)[edit] The subclade N-M178[Phylogenetics 3] is defined by the presence of markers M178 and P298. N-M178* has higher average frequency in Northern Europe than in Siberia, reaching frequencies of approximately 60% among Finns and approximately 40% among Latvians, Lithuanians & 35% among Estonians (Derenko 2007 and Lappalainen 2008).

Visagie wife's mtDNA = H1ak1

"Mitochondrial haplogroup H is a very common and diverse mitochondrial lineage among populations in Europe, the Near East and the Caucasus region. The lineage is likely to have evolved around 25,000 years ago in West Asia, before being transported into Europe. The timing of the entry of the lineage into Europe is subject to debate, though certain lineages such as H1 and H3 are thought to have been introduced by late Upper Palaeolithic or Mesolithic hunter-gatherers up to 18,000 years ago, while other haplogroups including H2, H5, H7, H13 and H20 have been linked to the expansion of Neolithic farmers into the area around 7000 years ago."

Boedel / Estate No. KAB MOOC 6/9/5 - 937

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Zacharias Jacobsson Blomerus, SV/PROG's Timeline

October 17, 1752
Jakobstad, Pietarsaari, Finland
October 18, 1752
Jakobstad, Finland
April 4, 1784
Caledon, Overberg DC, Western Cape, South Africa
February 1, 1785
Graaff-Reinet, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
February 1, 1789
Caledon, Overberg DC, Western Cape, South Africa
April 11, 1790
October 20, 1792
Caledon, Overberg DC, Western Cape, South Africa