Jan van Dyk, Jacobsz

Jan van Dyk, Jacobsz

Manlik ± 1670 - < 1702  (~ 32 jare)

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  • Naam Jan van Dyk 
    Agtervoegsel Jacobsz 
    Geboorte ± 1670 
    Geslag Manlik 
    Sensus 1690  [1
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1690 - vryburgers 
    • Jan van Dijck compagnons
      Pieter Pieters
    Sensus 1691  [2
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1691 - vryburgers 
    • Jan Jacobsz van Dijk
    Sensus 1692  [1
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1692 - vryburgers 
    • Jan Jacobsz van Dijk en Anna Jans
      (geen kinders vermeld)
    Sensus 1693  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [3
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1693 - vryburgers 
    • Jan Jacobsz en Annetje Jans
    Sensus 1695  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [4
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1695 - vryburgers 
    • Jan Jacobsz van Dijk en Anna Jansz  1 k.
    Sensus 1696  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [5
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1696 - vryburgers 
    • Jan van Dijk en Anna Jans

      (geen kinders is in hierdie jaar op die vryburgerrolle genoteer nie.)
    Sensus 1698  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [6
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1698 - vryburgers 
    • Jan Jacobsz van Dijk en Anna Jans

      (alhoewel ander vryburgers se kinders genoteer is, verskyn daar hierdie jaar nie 'n kind langs Jan en Anna nie, dus kan ons aanvaar dat hul kind hier reeds oorlede is)
    Sensus 1700  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [7
    Kaapse Monsterrol 1700 - vryburgers 
    • Jan Jacobs van Dijk en Anna Jans
    Ooggetuie 22 Aug 1700  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [8
    (saam met Anna Jans Cornelis): doop van Maria Willemse 
    • Maria dochter van de selve Vaeden en moeder [Gerrit Willemse en Maria Cornelisse], getùijgen Jan Jacobse van Dijk en Antie Janse dato er..
    Sterf < 23 Jan 1702  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek  [9
    • In die monsterrol van 1702 word sy vrou gelys as:
      Annetje Jansz wede van Jan Jacobsz van Dijck.
      Die transkribeerder (Richard Ball) noem dat die lys op 23 Januarie 1702 opgestel is.
    Testament van Jan van Dijk en Anna Jans
    Testament van Jan van Dijk en Anna Jans
    Transkripsie van oorspronklike dokument
    1/STB 18/1 1699 verwysingsnr. 3
    Testament van Jan van Dijk en Anna Jans
    Testament van Jan van Dijk en Anna Jans
    1/STB 18/1 1699 verwysingsnr. 3
    Persoons ID I11977  Van Dyk-stamboom
    Laaste Opgedateer 23 Okt 2017 

    Familie Anna Janse Cornelisz,   * ± 1680, Kaapstad, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek,   Ja, datum onbekend 
    Getroud ± 1692  Stellenbosch, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Soek alle individue met gebeure by hierdie plek 
    • Datum is 'n gissing gebaseer op die monsterrolle: die paartjie verskyn vanaf 1692 saam.
    Laaste Opgedateer 23 Okt 2017 
    Familie-ID F5277  Groepsblad  |  Family Chart

  • Bronne 
    1. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/366-cape-muster-roll-1692 (Betroubaarheid: 4).

    2. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/343-cape-muster-roll-1691-free-men (Betroubaarheid: 3).

    3. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/367-cape-muster-roll-1693 (Betroubaarheid: 4).

    4. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/19-cape-muster-roll-1695 (Betroubaarheid: 4).

    5. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/368-cape-muster-roll-1696 (Betroubaarheid: 4).

    6. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/372-cape-muster-roll-1698 (Betroubaarheid: 4).

    7. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/379-cape-muster-roll-1700 (Betroubaarheid: 4).

    8. [S70] Annale van die NGK Stellenbosch (Palmkronieke), Lorna Newcomb & Ockert Malan, Die Genootskap vir die Kerkversameling, (CD-ROM (Stellenbosch) Die Genootskap vir die Kerkversameling, 2004 0-9584832-1-3).

    9. [S67] eGGSA Monsterrol-transkripsies, Richard Ball, Corney Keller, ( Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 39, volume 1 The Muster Rolls (monsterrollen), preserved in the form of transcripts in the Cape Archives as VC 39-55 and 103, were apparently yearly lists of the inhabitants at the Cape, drawn up by Dutch East India Company (VOC) officials, and sent to the authorities in the Netherlands where they were preserved. These are copies done by hand at the end of the 19th Century (to judge from the handwriting), transcriber unknownl, presumably from the records preserved in the VOC archives at The Hague, Netherlands.), http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/muster-rolls/cape-archives-vc-copies/20-cape-muster-roll-of-1702 (Betroubaarheid: 3).