Casper Vosloo

M, #8650, b. before 12 June 1701
Father-Putative*Johann Vosloo2 b. c 1649, d. bt 22 Jan 1732 - 31 Dec 1732
Mother*Apollonia van Badaga1 b. c 1680, d. b 1719

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NGK (Cape Town) Baptisms 1665-1695NGK (Cape Town) Baptisms 1665-1695
Last Edited28/05/2017
Birth*Casper Vosloo was born before 12 June 1701 in de Caep de Goede Hoop.1
BaptismCasper Vosloo was baptized on 12 June 1701 Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town), de Caep de Goede Hoop. The baptism was witnessed by Jannetie van Wijck and Jan Wirik Vormer.3,1 
De facto-CandidateCirca 1719 Casper Vosloo and Anna de Clercq may have been in a de facto relationship de Caep de Goede Hoop.4  


Anna de Clercq b. b 26 Jul 1703


  1. [S415] Mansell Upham, "Johann Vosloo", Capensis (Johann Vosloo - reworked 2014) 3/2001, Western Cape Branch, Genealogical Society of South Africa, (2014): p. 6-11, Een kind van Apollonia, onder getuyge van Jan Wirik Vormer en Jannetie van Wyk, gen:(aem)t Casper. Hereinafter cited as "Johann Vosloo."
  2. [S415] Mansell Upham, "Johann Vosloo", p. 6-11. Investigation thus far, reveals that Johann Vosloo appears possibly to have been more (openly?) liberal than most free-burghers and Company officials at the Cape of Good Hope in the early colonial period in his dealings with the slave women at hand - either his own or those belonging to others and/or the Company. Johann Vosloo appears to have fathered at least 6 children by 6 different slave women:
    (1) Marla Vosloo (mother unknown)
    (2) Jannetje (mother: Helena van Malabar)
    (3) Helena / Lena Vosloo (mother unknown Company slave)
    (4) Casper Vosloo (Apollonia)
    (5) Jobannes Vosloo (Constantia?)
    (6) Catrijn (Catrijn van Madagascar).
  3. [S502] Website Family Search ( "12 Junij [1701] Een kind van Apollonia, onder getuyge van Jan Wirik Vormer en Jannetie van Wyk, gen:(aem)t Casper…."
  4. [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.630, marriage date assumed based on baptism of first child.. Hereinafter cited as S.A. Genealogies 5 L-M.
  5. [S547] Daniel Jacobs, Die Vosloos, Nuttige Landsburgers, Deel II, Familie Register (40 Heerengracht, Cape Town: Ton Vosloo, 2003), Ene Francina Vosloo trou naamlik op 15 April 1743 met Hans Jurgen Gilbert. Hy kom ook in die dokumente voor as Gilber, Kilber of Kelver en het van Flammersbach gekom. Hy arriveer in 1734 as soldaat. In die egpaar se testament van 16 April 1755 word haar ma as Anna de Clercq aangedui. Francina moes die dogter van Casper (1701) en Anna de Klerk gewees het aangesien Casper (1727) onmoontlik haar pa kon gewees het.. Hereinafter cited as Die Vosloos, Nuttige Landsburgers, Register.

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