Nehssgen Klauten1

F, #11905, b. before 6 May 1635
Father*Conradt Klauten1 b. c 1600
Mother*Catharina NN1 b. c 1600

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Last Edited20/03/2014
Birth*Nehssgen Klauten was born before 6 May 1635 in Kurfürstentum Köln.1
BaptismNehssgen Klauten was baptized on 6 May 1635 Katholisch Kirche, Ödt, Kurfürstentum Köln.1 
Names in the record, in publications, etc.Nehssgen Klauten was also known as Agnes Klauten.2
Baptisms - WitnessNehssgen Klauten potentially witnessed the baptism of Elsje Cloete on 28 February 1655 Katholisch Kirche, Ödt, Kurfürstentum Köln, this witness has not been positively identified.3


  1. [S495] Harry Booyens, "Jacob and Fijtje Cloeten “van Ut in ’t Land van Ceulen”", Familia (Jacob and Fijtje Cloeten) FAMILIA 46 (1) 2009 (2009): Nehssgen Klauten [bapt] 6.5.1635,. Hereinafter cited as "Jacob and Fijtje Cloeten “van Ut in ’t Land van Ceulen”."
  2. [S495] Harry Booyens, "Jacob and Fijtje Cloeten “van Ut in ’t Land van Ceulen”", Nehssgen . . . a diminutive name for "Agnes."
  3. [S495] Harry Booyens, "Jacob and Fijtje Cloeten “van Ut in ’t Land van Ceulen”", Adelheidis Klauten Female [bapt] 28.2.1655. . . . The witnesses to this baptism are Petrus Sax en Agnes Klauten. It seems reasonable to conclude that the second witness was none other than Jacob’s younger sister “Nehssgen”.

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