Sebastiaentgen van Gaesbeeck1

F, #13788, b. circa 1600
Father*Govert Antoniszoon van Gaesbeeck1 b. 1577, d. 1653
Mother*Elisabeth van Harn1 b. c 1580

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Last Edited13/01/2013
Birth*Sebastiaentgen van Gaesbeeck was born circa 1600.1
Marriage*She married Bastiaen Adriaensz O 't Dorp before 24 May 1635.2,3


Bastiaen Adriaensz O 't Dorp b. c 1614
Asylum* On 24 May 1635, having fled Charlois to avoid prosecution for manslaughter Bastiaen Adriaensz O 't Dorp was granted asylum at Culemborg, which at the time was a place of refuge for those fleeing 'persecution'. It is probable he was accompanied or joined by his wife, Sebastiaentgen van Gaesbeeck.4 
Ledemaat*On 3 July 1637, Sebastiaentgen van Gaesbeeck was admitted as a congregant of the Dutch Reformed Church Charlois, have brought with her an attestation from the church at Columborg in which in was stipluated that she was a member in good standing. It is unclear whether Bastiaen Adriaensz O 't Dorp had returned with her to Charlois, although he must have returned to Patria sometime before 1652 when the family emigrated to the Cape.5 
Names in the record, in publications, etc.An unknown date , the name of Sebastiaentgen was written in the record as Bastiaentje Govertsdr van Gaesbeeck.6


  1. [S364] Editor-in-chief W.J. de Kock Dictionary of South African Biography Vol II. (Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council, 1972), p.798. Hereinafter cited as Dictionary of SA Biography II.
  2. [S719] E-mails from Paul Veenboer (Rotterdam) to Delia Robertson, January 2013 "x voor 1 oktober 1637 Bastiaentje GOVERTSDR (van Gaesbeeck)."
  3. [S21] Date estimated by compiler, Delia Robertson and, unless there is corroborating information, should not be considered as anything more than a guide.
  4. [S719] E-mails from Paul Veenboer to Delia Robertson, January 2013 "Als afkomstig van Holland in 1635 vanwege doodslag als asielzoeker gevlucht naar Culemborg, destijds een wijkplaats voor vervolgden. Op 24 Mei 1635 werd hem vrijgeleide toegewezen."
  5. [S719] E-mails from Paul Veenboer to Delia Robertson, January 2013 "Bastiaentje (his wife) vertoonde, volgens een notitie in de Charloise Kerkenraadsvergadering van 3 Jul 1637, als huisvrouw van Basteaen Ariensz Op DORP, haar attestatie van de kerk van Culemborg, waarin stond dat zij aldaar een stichtelijk lidmaat der gemeente was geweest, waarna zij als lidmaat te Charlois werd ingeschreven. Het is onbekend of haar man, pleger van doodslag in 1635, in 1637 ook weer naar Charlois was teruggekeerd."
  6. [S719] E-mails from Paul Veenboer to Delia Robertson, January 2013 "8 voor 1 oktober 1637 Bastiaentje GOVERTSDR (van Gaesbeeck)."

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