Regina Marquaert1

F, #9398, b. before 8 January 1679
Father*Tobias Marquaert1 b. c 1650
Mother*Catharina van den Bergh1 b. c 1646, d. a 28 Sep 1687

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NGK (Cape Town) Baptisms 1665-1695NGK (Cape Town) Baptisms 1665-1695
Last Edited17/04/2012
Birth*Regina Marquaert was born before 8 January 1679 in de Caep de Goede Hoop.1
BaptismRegina Marquaert was baptized on 8 January 1679 Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town), de Caep de Goede Hoop. The baptism was witnessed by Jelletje Harmans and Frans Hurievelt.1 
(Child) Departure After 28 September 1687,Tobias Marquaert and Catharina van den Bergh departed the Cape for Batavia after Tobias was said to have cruelly treated his slaves. They sailed on board one of several vessels destined for East which departed after he sold his slaves in late September. They were accompanied by Reijna Marquaert, Regina Marquaert, Catrina Marquaert, Abigael Marquaert and Tobias Marquaert.2,3 


  1. [S397] NGK G1 1/1, Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Kerken Boek (Bapt.), 1665-1695: ao' 1679
    Den 8 Januarii
    Tobias Marquaert en Catharina van der Bergh
    Frans Huenevelt en Jelletie Hartmans, transcribed by Richard Ball, Norfolk, England, (May 2006), Genealogical Society of South Africa, eGSSA Branch Hereinafter cited as Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Kerken Boek (Bapt.).
  2. [S204] Dr. J. Hoge, Personalia of the Germans at the Cape, 1652-1806, Archives Year Book for South African History (Cape Town: Government Printer, Union of South Africa, 1946), In 1686 he went with his family to Batavia.. Hereinafter cited as Personalia.
  3. [S872] Notes concerning Various, written by Mansell Upham, 2012-2016 ( "Her 2nd husband`s cruelty towards his slaves results in the couple relocating (1686) to Batavia."

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