Anna Lucretia van de Caep1

F, #17578, b. before 8 March 1705
Mother-Candidate*Maria van de Cust b. bt 1682 - 1688; I have assumed the mother to be the same woman sold to Simon van der Stel in 1696 simply as Maria without provenance. She fits the age profile, and I have not yet identified any other slave named Maria and owned by Simon van der Stel at the time1

Copyright / Terms of Use Notice

The material on this website is subject to copyright.
Facts (names, dates, and places) are not copyright. You are free to transcribe them but not cut and paste into your data provided you use the correct attribution and citation.
I have created the narratives, sentences, and citations; they are copyright and may not be used.
You may not add them to your genealogy, your personal documents, your tree on Ancestry, nor in the data or profile sections on Geni, nor anywhere else.
Many of the images are also copyright. You may not copy them without the consent of the copyright holders.
You must use the correct attribution and citation, viz.: Robertson, Delia. The First Fifty Years Project. Here you add the page URL.

Last Edited04/06/2017
BaptismAnna Lucretia van de Caep was baptized on 8 March 1705 Nederduitsche Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town). The baptism was witnessed by Hendrik Constant van Macasser and Christina van de Caep. This witness has not been positively identified but Christina van de Caep is(are) potentially the correct individual(s.)1 
Slave BirthsBefore 8 March 1705, Anna Lucretia van de Caep was born in bondage and was owned by Simon van der Stel.1


  1. [S502] Website Family Search ( "[8 Mart: 1705] Van Maria vande Cust, onder getuyge van Hendrik van Macasser en Christina, alle lyfygens van d Edele heer Simon vander Stel, gen[aemt]t. — Anna Lucretia"

Bookmark and Share