|ShipVoyage*||On 6 June 1686 the Jamby departed the Cape enroute to Madagascar on a slaving expedition, returning on 13 November 1686 with 212 slaves, of whom 3 were infants; 109 were women and 100 men, most in their teens.3,4|
|Names in the record, in publications, etc.||28 November 1686, the name of Jamby was written in the record as Jambi Ship (VOC).5|
- [S795] Website The Dutch East India Company's shipping between the Netherlands and Asia 1595-1795 (http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/das/search) "Name of ship Jamby."
- [S654] Mansell Upham 'What can't be cured, must be endured … Cape of Good Hope - first marriages & baptisms (1652-1665)', First Fifty Years, Uprooted Lives - Unfurling the Cape of Good Hope's Earliest Colonial Inhabitants (1652-1713), (http://e-family.co.za/ffy/ui66.htm), January 2012.
- [S795] Website The Dutch East India Company's shipping between the Netherlands and Asia 1595-1795 (http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/das/search) "Details of voyage 6023.4 from Batavia to Veere
Name of ship VOORSCHOTEN
Master Subbing, Jan
Type of ship fluit
Date of departure 25-11-1699
Place of departure Batavia
Arrival at Cape 28-01-1700
Departure from Cape 03-03-1700
Date of arrival at destination 25-06-1700
Place of arrival Veere
Chamber for which cargo is destined Delft (177,499)
Previous outward voyage 1698.4
On Board I II III
Seafarers 70 1 12
Passengers 5. "
- [S156] Robert C-H Shell, Children of Bondage, A social history of the Slave Society at the Cape of Good Hope, 1652-1838 (1 Jan Smuts Avenue, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2001: Witwatersrand University Press, 1994), pp.70,79.. Hereinafter cited as Children of Bondage.
- [S418] Anna J. Böeseken, Slaves and Free Blacks at the Cape 1658-1700 (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1977), p.147. Böeseken spells the name Jambi. Hereinafter cited as Slaves and Free Blacks at the Cape 1658-1700.