Johanna van de Caep van Susanna van Semesia1

F, #18956, b. before 23 April 1713
Mother*Susanna van de Caep1 b. b 29 Jan 1690

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Last Edited21/07/2018
BaptismJohanna van de Caep van Susanna van Semesia was baptized on 23 April 1713 Nederduitsche Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town).1 
(Grandchild) 1714 LodgeCensus31 August 1714, Semesia van Madagascar was enumerated as a Company-owned slave in the census of the Slave Lodge (Cape Town). Also enumerated in this census were her children, Marretie van de Caep, Susanna van de Caep, Apollonia van de Caep, Huijberttjen van de Caep van Semela and Christoffel van de Caep. Semesia's grandchildren through her daughters Marretie (son and daughter) and Susanna (daughter) were also enumerated, and were respectively, Arnoldus van de Caep van Marretie [Fredrika] van Semesia, Maria van de Caep van Mariaitje Fredrika van Semisia and Johanna van de Caep van Susanna van Semesia.2 
Slave BirthsBefore 23 April 1713, Johanna van de Caep van Susanna van Semesia was born in bondage Slave Lodge, (Cape Town).1

Citations

  1. [S502] Website Family Search (www.familysearch.org).
  2. [S432] Robert C-H Shell compiler, Changing Hands, A calendar of bondage in southern Africa, 1550 to 1888, CD-ROM; ISBN 1-86918-063-1; (Cape Town: Ancestry24, September 2007). Hereinafter cited as Changing Hands.
 

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