Amelia Carelse van de Caep1
F, #14977, b. 5 February 1713, d. before 27 June 1756
|Names in the record, in publications, etc.||5 February 1713, the name of Amelia was written in the record as Amilia Carelse.2|
|Notes||It is worth noting that Motte van Trancquebar arrived at the Cape on board the Danish ship Charlotte Amelia and that she would on on 5 February 1713baptise her daughter Amelia Carelse van de Caep as Amilia.4,2|
- [S629] Personal communications between Mansell Upham and Delia Robertson, 2010-present.  5 Feb
Child of Carel van Bengaalen & Mouta van Madagascar
Slaves of Simon van der Stel
Wit Octavio van Macassar & Anna Elizabeth van Bouton.
- [S502] Website Family Search (www.familysearch.org) " 5. Februarij. Gedoopt eend kind van Carel van Bengaalen, en Mouta van Madagscar, lijfeijgenes van den [opheeden?] Oud-Gouverneur Simon van der Stel: de getuigens waarden Octavio van Macasser, en anna Elizabeth van Bouton. Amilia
- [S727] Dr. J. Hoge 'The family of the Rajah of Tambora at the Cape', Africana Notes and News, Vol IX, No 1, December 1951, 27-29 "lsaak Sultania was married Ca) 31(10/1734 to Amelia Carelse of the Cape, by whom he had one daughter, Sara Adriana, bapt. 1/1/1736 the sponsors being Carel of Bengal and Adriana of the Coast, (b) 27 (6/1756 to Sophia Wurmer of the Cape, widow of Comelis Hegter or Hector and Lambertus Ackerman. He died in 1765."
- [S418] Anna J. Böeseken, Slaves and Free Blacks at the Cape 1658-1700 (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1977), 1693.01.14 - Motte Trancquebar 8 - Charlotta Amalia (Danish)
(Free Burgher on the Charlotta Amalia. Signed Lever Königh)
Simon van der Stel 70 Rds jointly Joint transaction: Mange (12) and Motte (8) from Trancquebar p 162. Hereinafter cited as Slaves and Free Blacks at the Cape 1658-1700.
- [S502] Website Family Search (www.familysearch.org) "Ao: 1736 den 1e: Jann. Sara Adriana, van Jzak Sutania, en Amelia Caarlz van de Caep. De Getuyge Carel van Bengale, en Adriana van de Cust.