Johannis Vosloo1

M, #11830, b. before 7 December 1721, d. 1764
Father*Johannes Vosloo1 b. b 6 Sep 1699, d. b 10 Sep 1740
Mother*Gerbregt Herfst1 b. 1 Oct 1702, d. a 4 Mar 1773
ChartsDescendants of Lijsbeth Sanders

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NGK Drakenstein Baptisms 1694-1732NGK Drakenstein Baptisms 1694-1732
Last Edited24/08/2014
Birth*Johannis Vosloo was born before 7 December 1721 in de Caep de Goede Hoop.1
 
BaptismJohannis Vosloo was baptized on 7 December 1721 Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Drakenstein, de Caep de Goede Hoop.1
Marriage*He married Johanna Gous, daughter of Andries Gauch and Johanna Conterman, on 26 November 1752 de Caep de Goede Hoop.2
 
Death*He died in 1764 Swellendam, de Caep de Goede Hoop.3
 

Family

Johanna Gous b. b 8 Jul 1727
Children
  • Gerbrecht Elisabeth Vosloo2 b. b 7 May 1754
  • Hester Vosloo2 b. b 25 Apr 1756
  • Anna Magdalena Vosloo2 b. b 10 Dec 1758
  • Johannes Vosloo2 b. b 19 Jul 1761
  • Maria Martha Vosloo2 b. b 1 Jan 1764
Vrijbriewen and Burgher StatusJohannis Vosloo became a burgher circa 1752, in Dutch vryburgher or vrijburgher, initially a status in which a soldier or other employee of the VOC was released from their contractual obligations to the VOC and permitted to farm, become a tradesman, or work for others. Subsequently some individuals, including the Huguenot refugees, were brought to the Cape specifically to farm and were burghers from the time of their arrival Swellendam, de Caep de Goede Hoop.2

Citations

  1. [S408] Drakenstein Heemkring, compilers, Drakenstein I Baptisms., CD-ROM (Paarl) Drakenstein Heemkring, 2006 , Baptism Register, 1721; Den 7de Decemb:; Johannis, zoon van Jan Vosloo en Gerbra Gerritz.. Hereinafter cited as Drakenstein I Baptisms.
  2. [S191] C.C. de Villiers & C. Pama, Geslagregisters van ou Kaapse Families III S-Z (Cape Town / Amsterdam: A.A. Balkema, 1966), p.1082. Hereinafter cited as Geslagregisters van ou Kaapse Families III S-K.
  3. [S547] Daniel Jacobs, Die Vosloos, Nuttige Landsburgers, Deel II, Familie Register (40 Heerengracht, Cape Town: Ton Vosloo, 2003), p.8. Hereinafter cited as Die Vosloos, Nuttige Landsburgers, Register.
 

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