Maria van de Caep van Elisabeth van Simesia1

F, #18958, b. before 1 September 1737
Mother*Elisabeth van de Caep1 b. b 16 Jan 1689

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Last Edited22/07/2018
BaptismSlave On 1 September 1737 Maria van de Caep van Elisabeth van Simesia was baptized Nederduitsche Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town), as a slave owned by the Company.2 
Slave BirthsBefore 1 September 1737, Maria van de Caep van Elisabeth van Simesia was born in bondage Slave Lodge, (Cape Town).1


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  2. [S502] Website Family Search ( "Den [1 September 1737] Maria, halfslag, van Elisabeth van Simesia van de Caap."

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