Marie Guilliaumé

F, #10886, b. 1717
Father*François Guilliaumé1 b. c 1690
Mother*Claudine Eloy1 b. c 1695

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NGK Drakenstein Marriages 1717-1740NGK Drakenstein Marriages 1717-1749
Last Edited06/11/2014
Birth*Marie Guilliaumé was born in 1717 in Berlin, Germany.1
Marriage*She married Louis Jourdaan, son of Jean Jourdan and Isabeau le Long, on 11 October 1739 Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, Drakenstein, de Caep de Goede Hoop.2
(Child) Arrival In 1726, Marie Guilliaumé arrived at the Cape from Berlin, Germany, on board the Berbice with François Guilliaumé and Claudine Eloy.3 
Names in the record, in publications, etc.11 October 1739, the name of Marie was written in the record as Maria Guilliaumet.2


  1. [S154] Pieter Coertzen, The Huguenots of South Africa 1688-1988 (28 Wale Street, Cape Town: Tafelberg Publishers Limited, 1988), p. 161. Hereinafter cited as The Huguenots of South Africa.
  2. [S470] Drakenstein Heemkring, compilers, Drakenstein I Marriages., CD-ROM (Paarl) Drakenstein Heemkring, 2006 , Marriage Register, Personen in den Huwelyken Staat bevestigd door Predekant. Salomon van Echten.
    18 " [October 1739]. Louis Jourdaan van Cabo de Goede Hoop Burger aan Drakensteyn Wedu. en Maria Guilliaumet van Langendok. J.D.. Hereinafter cited as Drakenstein I Marriages.
  3. [S154] Pieter Coertzen, The Huguenots of South Africa, p.161.

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