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  • Zuid Beveland: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Zuid-Beveland arrives in Table Bay 19 August 1688 Ship’s type: Pinas Construction: Built in 1680 for the Chamber of Zeeland at the VOC ship yard in Middelburg. Term: In use by the VOC from 1681 until it burnt out in 1690 in Amsterdam. Length: 130 feet Breadth: 31 feet Draught (depth): 13,5 feet Loading capacity: 518 tons Flag: Chamber of Zeeland Voyage to the Ca...

  • Schelde: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Schelde arrives in Table Bay 5 June 1688 Ship’s type: Jacht Construction: Built in 1682 for the Chamber of Zeeland at the VOC ship yard in Middelburg. Term: In use by the VOC from 1683 until it was dismantled in Batavia in January 1703. Length: 140 feet Breadth: 35,5 feet Draught (depth): 14,75 feet Loading capacity: 733 tons Crew: 200-250 men Flag: Chamber of Zee...

  • China: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The China arrives in Table Bay 4 August 1688 Many sources give the name of the ship as Berg China, but the official Dutch records only give it as China. The confusion might stem from the fact that the China was captained by Pieter van den Berg on some of her voyages. Ship’s type: Spiegelretourschip Construction: Built in 1676 for the Chamber of Amsterdam at the VOC ship yard in A...

  • South African Stamouers/Progenitors - Mapping the arrival of VOC ships and passengers to the Cape

    Background The VOC fitted out some 4,700 ships, nearly 1,700 in the seventeenth century and a good 3,000 in the eighteenth. Between 1602 and 1700, 317,000 people sailed from Europe on these ships, while between 1700 and 1795 this total reached 655,000. Although some of it is missing, a huge amount of information is available through various sources about arrivals and departures to and from ...

  • Voorschoten: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Voorschoten arrived in Saldanha on 25 April 1688, & in the Cape on 13 April 1688 Ship’s type: Fluitschip Construction: Built in 1684 for the Chamber of Delft at the VOC ship yard in Delftshaven . Term: In use by the VOC from 1684 until 9 November 1706 when it was dismantled in Batavia. Length: 131 feet Breadth: 31 feet Depth: 13,75 feet Loading capacity: 558 tons Cr...

  • Vrijheid: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Vrijheid arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on 23 June 1686 Ship’s type: Jacht Construction: Built in 1666 for the Chamber of Amsterdam at the VOC ship yard in Amsterdam. Term: In use by the VOC from 1666 until 17 July 1691 when it was sold in Batavia. Length: 170 feet Breadth: 39 feet Loading capacity: 1210 tons Crew: 240-300 men Flag: Chamber of Zeeland Voyage t...

  • Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie - 1602-1799

    The Dutch East India Company Koepelproject met links naar externe sites en Geni-projecten die betrekking hebben op de VOC, het koloniale verleden van Nederland, en de genealogische 'consequenties' voor de VOC handelsposten wereldwijd. Master project offering links to external sites and Geni projects that cover the VOC, Dutch colonial history, and the genealogical consequences for VOC trad...

  • Oosterland: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Oosterlandt arrives in Table Bay 25 April 1688 Ship’s type: Spiegelretourschip ("Transom return ship" built for transport between the Dutch Republic and the settlements and strongholds of the Dutch East India Company in the East Indies. On an outward voyage these ships carried guns and bricks for the settlements and strongholds, and silver and golden coins to purchase Asian goods...

  • Borssenburg: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Borssenburg arrives in Table Bay 12 May 1688 Ship’s type: Kat Construction: Built in 1686 for the Chamber of Amsterdam at the VOC ship yard in Amsterdam. Term: In use by the VOC from 1686 until it was wrecked at Surat on 7 May 1697. Length: 115 feet Breadth: 27 feet Depth: 9,5 feet Loading capacity: 320 tons Crew: 80-100 men Flag: Chamber of Amsterdam Voyage t...

  • Spierdijk: Huguenot Ship to the Cape

    The Spierdijk Arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on 23 April 1688 Ship’s type: Fluitschip Construction: Built in 1685 for the Chamber of Amsterdam at the VOC ship yard in Amsterdam. Term: In use by the VOC from 1685 until it was sold on 28 June 1708 in Batavia. Length: 130 feet Breadth: 32 feet Depth: 14 feet Loading capacity: 606 tons Crew: 120-200 men Flag: Chamber of...

  • Burgemeesters van Enkhuizen

    Burgemeester van Enkhuizen - provincie Noord-Holland - the Netherlands - BeNeLux - Europe alfabetisch ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ chronology 1572 : Diederik SONOY ‧ 1621 : Johan Dircksz Haga 1634 : Hendrik Gerritsz Moeskoker 1636-1637 : Hendrik Gerritsz Moeskoker 1639-1640 : Hendrik Gerritsz Moeskoker 1642-1643 : Hendrik Gerritsz Moeskoker 1645 : Hendrik Gerritsz Moe...

  • VOC • kamer Rotterdam ◦ Zuid-Holland

    Bewindhebbers 1602-c.1720 Fop Pietersz van der MEYDEN ‧ x ‧ Willem Jansz Franken LAKEKOOPER ‧ x ‧ Pieter Leendertsz BUS ‧ x ‧ Gerrit HUYGENS ‧ x ‧ Bewindvoerders 1602-1616 : Johan van der VEEKEN~VEKEN ‧ Mechelen 1549-1616 ‧ ⌘ ‧ 1602-1616 : Fop Pietersz van der MEYDEN ‧ 1549-1616 ...

  • South African Stamouers/Progenitors - VOC officials

    VOC officials who came to the Cape of Good hope. How to add a link is explained in the attached document - Adding links to Geni profiles in projects. VOC Commanders and Governors of the Cape of Good Hope During the 143 years of Dutch government at the Cape the term of office of the official who headed the government of the colony was sometimes very brief, while others remained in powe...

  • VOC ‧ Varens-gezellen & Op-Varenden

    ---under construction--- VOC-opvarenden ⎈ Deze pagina is uitsluitend bedoeld als WERKBLAD en heeft zo een DYNAMISCH karakter. Samenwerking via deze pagina kan u helpen naam-genoten te vinden uit het VOC-archief. Zodra een profiel is gevonden, verzoek die te linken, dan verwijderen we de naam weer uit de lijsten en kan de documentatie uit het VOC-archief verder worden opgenomen in...

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  • VOC • kamer Enkhuizen ◦ Friesland

    VOC-kamer Enkhuizen De kamer van de Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie in Enkhuizen leverde doorgaans één bewindvoerder aan het bestuur van de VOC: de heren 17. In tegenstelling tot de andere VOC-kamers Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Hoorn, Delft en Middelburg heeft die van Enkhuizen geen voorgaande compagnieën. Al in 't oprichtingsjaar 1602 krijgt zij de beschikking over de Engels...

  • Kroniek van de Voorcompagnieën van de VOC (1594-1602)

    (Under construction) . A1 - 1602-1799 - Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie B1 - 1601-1602 : Vereenigde Compagnie op Oost-Indië C1 - 1598-1601 : Oude Oost-Indische Compagnie (Amsterdam) D1 - 1594-1598 : Compagnie van Verre D2 - 1597-1598 : Nieuwe Compagnie van de Vaart op Oost-Indiën (Amsterdam) C2 - 1599-1601 : Nieuwe Brabantsche Compagnie

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