Claes van Malabar

M, #5745, b. circa 1631, d. 12 October 1656
ChartsDescendants of Catharina van Palliacatta

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Last Edited12/10/2019
Birth*Claes van Malabar was born circa 1631.
Lovers*From 1655 to 1656 Claes van Malabar and Catharina van Paliacatta were lovers Batavia.1  
Death*He died on 12 October 1656 Batavia.


  1. [S400] Mansell Upham, "In Hevigen Woede . . . Earliest recorded female bandiet at the Cape of Good Hope - A Study in Upward Mobility", Capensis (In Hevigen Woede) 3/97, 4/97, Western Cape Branch, Genealogical Society of South Africa, (1997): She and the late Claes van Mallebaerse (during his lifetime the slave of the Honourable Company’s stablemaster Sieur Hendrick Christoffel Loser) had already for one and a half years committed vleeschelijcke conversatie as husband and wife.. Hereinafter cited as "In Hevigen Woede . . ."

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