Claas van Mallebaar1

M, #14959, b. circa 1700

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Last Edited02/01/2014
Birth*Claas van Mallebaar was born circa 1700.1
 
Slave EmancipationsMaria Francina Cleef was emancipated by the Company, in 1720, at the request of Hermanus Combrinck, her brother-in-law, who paid 50 rixdollars and provided a substitute slave, Claas van Mallebaar.2
Slaves owned by individualsIn 1720 Claas van Mallebaar was.1

Citations

  1. [S641] Margaret Cairns, "Armosyn Claasz of the Cape and her family, 1661-1783", Familia (Armosyn Claasz of the Cape and her family, 1661-1783) Vol. XVI-1979 No.4 (1979): Maria Francina Cleef, baptised 14.7.1708 'een kint van Maria van die Kaap gen. Maria Francina, halfslag' slavebom. In 1720 her brother-in-law, Hermanus Combrink made a request to the governor for her emancipation which was granted against 50 rixdollars and the provision of a substitute slave, Claas van Mallebaar.. Hereinafter cited as "Familia (Armosyn Claasz)."
  2. [S641] Margaret Cairns, "Familia (Armosyn Claasz)", In 1720 her brother-in-law, Hermanus Combrink made a request to the governor for her emancipation which was granted against 50 rixdollars and the provision of a substitute slave, Claas van Mallebaar.
 

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