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Wapen van Alkmaar: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

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  • Antoine Gardiol, SV/PROG (c.1640 - c.1688)
    Fled to Geneva with wife, Marguerite Perrotette, and three children and died en route to the Cape, 1688 Daughter Marguerite Gardiol born 2 October 1670 in La Coste, Provence, France Gardiols in Bouch...
  • Susanna Gardiol, SM (1668 - 1729)
    MOOC8/5.51 Full document attached Testator(s): Susanna Gardiol Glaude Marais 12 September 1729 N:s Leij Staat ende inventaris van alle sodanige goederen roerende en onroerende, schulden en innesc...
  • Jeanne Seugnet (c.1675 - aft.1689)
    Seugnet in Boucher Claudine, Susanne and Jeanne Seugnet , probably sisters, brought attestations from Amsterdam to the Stellenbosch church in April 1689. They came from the province of Saintonge, but...
  • Marguerite Perrotette, SM/PROG (1642 - 1691)
    Married to Antoine Gardiol Daughter Marguerite Gardiol born 2 October 1670 in La Coste, Provence, France On 27 Jul 1688 the Wapen van Alkmaar with Captain Carel Goske in command, sailed from Texel ...
  • By Donovan Paul Penaluna
    Marguerite Gardiol, SM (1670 - bef.1749)
    First Fifty Year Project - Marguerite Gardiol Birth Marguerite Gardiol was born circa 1669 in Lacoste, Province, France. Reference - Pieter Coertzen, The Huguenots of South Africa 1688-1988 (28 Wal...

Wapen van Alkmaar arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on 27 January 1689

  • Ship’s type: Pinas
  • Construction: Built in 1691 for the Chamber of Zeeland at the VOC ship yard in Middelburg.
  • Term: In use by the VOC from 1671 until 1690 when it was wrecked at the Shetland Islands.
  • Length: 160 feet
  • Breadth: 38,25 feet
  • Depth: 13 feet
  • Loading capacity: 892 tons
  • Crew: 260-300 men
  • Flag: Chamber of Amsterdam
  • Voyage: Departed from Texel on 27 July 1688 and arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on 27 January 1689.
  • Captain: Karel Goske

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