Sister of Krotoa of the Goringhaicona1

F, #18895, b. circa 1630
Mother*Pn of the Goringhaicona1 b. c 1610

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Last Edited26/05/2019
Birth*Sister of Krotoa of the Goringhaicona was born circa 1630.2
Marriage*She married Goeboe of the Chainouquas, son of Sousoa of the Chainouquas, circa 1650.3
Marriage*She married Oedasoa of the Cochoquas circa 1655.4


Oedasoa of the Cochoquas b. c 1620, d. 1689/90


  1. [S406] H.B. Thom, editor, Journal of Jan van Riebeeck Vol III 1659-1662 translated by J. Smuts from the original Dutch, (Cape Town, Amsterdam: A.A. Balkema, 1954), pp.173, 175. Hereinafter cited as Journal of Jan van Riebeeck Vol III 1659-1662.
  2. [S844] Precis of the archives of the Cape of Good Hope, JVR Journal III, 1659-1662, H.C.V. Leibrandt; (Cape Town, South Africa: W. A. Richards & Sons, Government Printers, Castle Street, 1897), pp.173, 175. Hereinafter cited as Precis of the archives, JVR Journal III 1659-1662.
  3. [S844] Precis of the archives, JVR Journal III 1659-1662, p.164: According to these councillors Sousoa was the more inclined to grant his request, because with Oedasoa's help he would be better able to keep away from here the threatening Hessequas ; otherwise they believed that Oedasoa's request would have had little effect, as he bore no good will to Oedasoa, because the latter, once finding Goeboe rather defenceless on a certain spot, had carried off the latter's wife, who
    was the last deceased wife of Oedasoa, and sister of Eva, who is therefore sister in law to both these great lords, as she always pretends, though others confirm it.
  4. [S844] Precis of the archives, JVR Journal III 1659-1662, p.159: He is also called Soesoa, and his son Goeboe, to whom he has entrusted the government, and is therefore called Khoequoa, or the king's successor, being acknowledged as such.

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