Juliana van de Caep1

F, #17577, b. before 16 November 1704
Father*Jan van de Kust b. c 1661; I have assumed this to be father and daughter given that he arrived at the Cape and was purchased by Samuel Elsevier a couple of months prior to Martha van Jambi1
Mother*Martha van Jambi1 b. c 1669

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Last Edited04/06/2017
BaptismJuliana van de Caep was baptized on 16 November 1704 Nederduitsche Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town). The baptism was witnessed by Domingo van Bengale and Sara van Macassar. This witness has not been positively identified but Sara van Macassar is(are) potentially the correct individual(s.)1 
Slave BirthsBefore 16 November 1704, Juliana van de Caep was born in bondage and was owned by Samuel Elsevier.1


  1. [S502] Website Family Search (www.familysearch.org) "[16 Nov: 1704] van Jan van Mannaar, en Marta van Janbie [Jambi], onder getuijgen van Domingo van Bengale, en Sara van Maccasser, lijfygens van d' heer Samuel Elzevier, gen[aem]t. — Juliana

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