Antonij van Tuticorijn1

M, #19337, b. circa 1700

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Last Edited07/01/2022
BirthOrigin*Antonij was from Tuticorin, Tamil Naidu, and was perhaps born there circa 1700. The date is estimated.1 
(Slave) InventoryArnoldus's estate was inventoried on 21 December 1735. The inventory named Diana van Maria van Diana van de Caep and Johanna van de Caep as benefitting from the estate. Among his possessions were listed the following enslaved human beings: Baatje van Bougis, Antonij van Tuticorijn, Lea van Ceijlon, Abram van de Caab and Apolonia van de Caab.2


  1. [S788] Webpage Tanap ( "Reference no.: MOOC8/5.136; Testator(s): Arnoldus Coevoet; 21 December 1735 …
    1 jonge gen:t Baatje van Bougis
    1 jonge gen:t Antonij van Tutucorijn
    1 meijt gen:t Lea van Ceijlon met haar kind Abram van de Caab
    1 meijsje gen:t Apolonia van de Caab."
  2. [S788] Webpage Tanap.

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