Johann Heinrich de Lange

M, #5097, b. before 27 October 1720
Father*Dirch Hinrichs de Lange b. c 1700
Mother*Ancke Janssen b. c 1700

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Last Edited30/06/2019
Birth*Johann Heinrich de Lange was born before 27 October 1720 in East Friesland.1
 
BaptismJohann Heinrich de Lange was baptized on 27 October 1720 Holtrop, East Friesland.2 
Marriage*He married Aletta Lubbe, daughter of Hendrikz Lùbbe and Catharina van Wyk, on 3 April 1757 Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town), de Caep de Goede Hoop.3
 

Family

Aletta Lubbe b. b 24 Jun 1731
Children
  • Aletta de Lange1 b. b 12 Mar 1758
  • Eva Maria de Lange1 b. b 24 Jun 1759
  • Adriaan de Lange2 b. b 7 Mar 1773
Occupation* In 1748 Johann Heinrich de Lange was Sailor, VOC Cape of Good Hope.1 
Occupation Between 1748 and 1771 Johann Heinrich de Lange was a farm labourer at Sneeuberg, Nieuweveld, Roeveld and Koeberg.4 
Farm* In 1775 Johann Heinrich de Lange owned the farm De Rietvallei.2 
Vrijbriewen and Burgher StatusJohann Heinrich de Lange became a burgher in 1775, in Dutch vryburgher or vrijburgher, initially a status in which a soldier or other employee of the VOC was released from their contractual obligations to the VOC and permitted to farm, become a tradesman, or work for others. Subsequently some individuals, including the Huguenot refugees, were brought to the Cape specifically to farm and were burghers from the time of their arrival.2

Citations

  1. [S150] Edited & augmented by GISA Originally compiled by J.A. Heese & R.T.J. Lombard, South African Genealogies 5 L-M, GISA SA Genealogies (Stellenbosch, South Africa: Genealogical Institute of South Africa, 1999), p.36. Hereinafter cited as S.A. Genealogies 5 L-M.
  2. [S150] Edited & augmented by GISA Originally compiled by J.A. Heese & R.T.J. Lombard, S.A. Genealogies 5 L-M, Page 36.
  3. [S502] Website Family Search (www.familysearch.org) "1757. April 3. Jan Hendrik Lang, met Alettha Lubbe
    [https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-61Q3-775]."
  4. [S150] Edited & augmented by GISA Originally compiled by J.A. Heese & R.T.J. Lombard, S.A. Genealogies 5 L-M.
 

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