Susanna Claassens

Susanna Claassens[1, 2]

Vroulik < 1672 - < 1710  (< 38 jare)

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  • Naam Susanna Claassens 
    Geboorte < 14 Feb 1672  Kaapstad, Wes-Kaap, Suid-Afrika Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gedoop 14 Feb 1672  Kaapstad, Wes-Kaap, Suid-Afrika Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • Een dochterke van Claas Jacobz van Meldorp en Aagje Rycks
      sijn huysvr' wiert genaamt Susanna tot, getuyge stont Neeltje
      Roosen-daal, huysvr' van Frans Gerritz
    Geslag Vroulik 
    Misc Jan 1705  [4
    Jacob Aertsen Brouwer val Susanna Claasen aan. 
    • Uit die aangehaalde bron:
      "Toen een paar mensen in januari 1705 bij een ruzie bij Jacob Aertsen Brouwer te hulp geroepen werden, troffen zij Susanna Claas, de vrouw van oud-heemraad Matthijs Greef aan met hangend haar, de muts van het bebloede hoofd en met 'haar arm bont en blaauw'. De soldaat Pieter van der Linden vroeg Brouwer, die met twee scheermessen in de hand stond, 'Waarom slaat gij zoo een vrouw zoo deerlijk die haar selven niet weeren en kan?' Reden voor Brouwer om Van der Linden met de scheermessen aan te vallen."

      Susanna Claas was die stiefdogter van Jacob Aertsen Brouwer. Hij het met haar ma, Aagje Rijx, getrou in 1677.

      Biewenga haal aan KAB 1/STB 18/154 3 feb 1705
    Misc 1706  Stellenbosch, Wes-Kaap, South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Susanna Claasz het 'n buite-egtlike verhouding met slaaf Simon van Malabar 
    • Uit die aangehaalde bron:
      "June 25.
      ...
      "Simon of Malabar, slave of Matthys Greef, hanged for theft. On a Sunday, three years ago, he and Kelder, a servant of the Company and horse herd at Klapmuts, had been at the house of an old man, Frans Hendriksz de Raad, alias Platte Boer, at Stellenbosch, and at a time when he knew that the said Frans and his wife Aatje Philips were at his master's house.

      "That 'Kelder' opened the window and climbed into the housel that prisoner stood on the watch outside to look out for the passers-by; that Kelder broke open the chest and stole Rds. 139 tied in a piece of sailcloth, a silver purse in which there were 8 diamonds, a silver-mounted belt, a hat, an under waistcoat with 24 silver buttons, 16 buttons with silver plates, and a silver breech button".

      He had confessed that, excepting the button last mentioned and the money, of which he had only received Rds. 25, he had thrown the waistcoat, after having cut off the silver buttons, into the bushes. When he returned home he pretended to pity the poor old people who had been robber and were still at his master's house, by saying "that poor woman's property has been stolen," endeavouring by such words of sympathy to his his premeditated crime. For that purpose he also gave the silver purse, the belt and diamonds to his mistress, the wife of Matthys Greeff, in order to compromise her as aider and abetter, and secure her protection ; the money and the silver buttons he kept for himself.

      The buttons he sold to a certain Jan Roux at Drakenstein for twopence each and gambled the amount away at the house of Jan Valniet at Stellenbosch.

      When the robbery was discovered the prisoner was ordered by his master to keep out of the way, and he was sent first to an outside station, the "Drie Fonteinen ", and after that to the 24 Rivers. This the prisoner obeyed and remained in his hiding-place until, like all other vagabonds, he flew into a candle like a moth.

      Some four months ago he had incited some slaves to steal their master's cattle, which he had kept among his master's lambs, and with which he had run away under the direction of two Dutch or Europeans, who professed to have a compass, with which they might reach another country in six weeks' time. Together they carried of 19 sheep, 7 of the Heemraad Jad Botma, and 12 of Mr. Elsevier, also some tobacco, two guns, and powder and lead stolen from Hans Polonie (servant of Elsevier) ; prisoner then commenced the journey with the two Europeans, Jan Bakker and another Jan ; and when they had eater up everything they parted from the Europeans; becoming then the leader of the company and proceeding inland beyond the Olifants River into the Cochema's land, they were attacked by the Hottentots, who robbed them of their goods and ammunition, and broke and threw their firelocks in to the river. When prisoner and his comrades had crossed the river to this side, they were again attacked by the Hottentots (Namaquas or Bushmen), captured and delivered into the hands of justice, &c., &c.

      Signed by L. van Assenburgh, J. C. d'Ableing, O. Bergh, Js. Swellengrebel, W. van Putten, K.J. Slotsboo, Pr. Kikze, Claas Hendriksz: Diepenauw, Henning Husing, and H. Donker, all members of the Court of Justice."

      Hoekom het Greeff sy slaag weggestuur juis toe die diefstal bekend geword het? Ek vermoed hy het geweet van sy slaaf se betrokkenheid en dié se verhouding met sy vrou, en wou nie dat dit bekend word nie.
    Sterf < 3 Aug 1710  Stellenbosch, Wes-Kaap, South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    • Sterfplek word aangeneem, aangesien dit is waar sy gewoon het.
    Sterfte CA 3 Aug 1710  Stellenbosch, Wes-Kaap, South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Inventaris 3 Aug 1710  Stellenbosch, Wes-Kaap, South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    MOOC8/2.40 
    Naam Susanna Claasen 
    Naam Susanna Greeff 
    Verwysingsnommer SM-PROG 
    Persoons ID I2584  Van Dyk-stamboom
    Laaste Opgedateer 28 Sep 2020 

    Familie Matthias Greeff, SV-Prog,   * ± 1655, Maagdeburg, Duitsland Find all individuals with events at this location,   < 12 Jul 1712, South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location  (Ouderdom ~ 57 jare) 
    Getroud 12 Nov 1684  Kaapstad, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Kinders 
     1. Anna Greeff,   7 Okt 1685, Kaapstad, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Find all individuals with events at this location,   CA 3 Aug 1711, Kaapstad, Kaap, Suid-Afrika Find all individuals with events at this location  (Ouderdom ~ 25 jare)
    Familie-ID F1008  Groepsblad  |  Family Chart

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  • Bronne 
    1. [S391] Geni World Family Tree, http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-40000/geni-world-family-tree?s=55126401&itemId=35561767&action=showRecord&indId=individual-55126401-1501235.

      Susanna Claasen (born van de Kaap), SM
      Alias name: Susanna Claessen, Susanna Claesen, Susanna Klaas, Claasz, Claas, Klaasz, Claessen, Zusanna Claasz
      Gender: Female
      Birth: Circa 1672- Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
      Baptism: Feb 14 1672 - Cape Town
      Marriage: Spouse: Matthias Greeff, SV/PROG - Nov 12 1684 - Cape, South Africa
      Death: Before Aug 3 1710 - Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa
      Father: Claas van Meldorp (born Jacobsz van Meldorp), SV/PROG
      Mother: Aagje Rycks (born Rijk), SM/PROG
      Husband: Matthias Greeff, SV/PROG
      Children: Johanna Greeff, b1 SM, Matthys Greeff, b2, Klaas Greeff, b3, Magdalena Margaretha Greeff, b4 SM, Susanna Greeff (born Greef), b5 SM, Joachim Greeff, b6, Hendrik Greeff, b8, Catharina Greeff, SM b8, Adriaan Greeff, b9



    2. [S43] FamilySearch Family Tree, http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-40001/familysearch-family-tree?s=55126401&itemId=206944885&action=showRecord&indId=individual-55126401-1501235.

      Susanna Claasen
      Birth names: Susanna ClaassenSusanna ClassenSussana Claasen Vdk
      Gender: Female
      Birth: Circa 1663 - Cape, South Africa
      Christening: Circa 1663 - Cape, South Africa
      Marriage: Spouse: Matthias Greeff - Nov 12 1684 - Cape Town, Cape, South Africa
      Death: South Africa
      Parents: Cornelis Claasen, Aagje Rijx
      Husband: Matthias Greeff
      Children:Hendrik Greeff, Anna GREEF, Klaas GREEF, Jacobus Greeff, Joachim GREEF, Adriaan Greeff, Catharina GREEF, Matthys Greeff, Susanna Greef



    3. [S396] eGGSA Cape Town Baptisms 1665-1695, http://www.eggsa.org/sarecords/index.php/church-registers/cape-town-ngk-1665-to-1695/43-cape-town-baptisms-1672.

    4. [S387] Biewenga, Ad: De Kaap de Goede Hoop (1999), 71.

    5. [S386] Leibbrandt - Journal 1699-1732, 194-195.

    6. [S169] ZA-KAB (KAAP-Kaapstad argiewe), Susanna Claas; Inventaris; 3 August 1710; MOOC 8/2.40.
      Reference no.: MOOC8/2.40

      Testator(s):
      Susanna Claas

      3 Augustij 1710

      Inventaris en taxatie der goederen naergelaten en met 'er dood ontruijmt bij wijlen Susanna Claas ten voordeele van haer naergelatene man Matthijs Greef ter eenre, ende

      desselfs agt naer gelatene kinderen als Burgert Pieterse van Dijk in huijwelijk hebbende Anna Greef ter andere zijde
      Matthijs
      Claes
      Susanna gehuijwt met Hendrik Scheffer
      Margareta
      Catharina
      Hendrik ende
      Adriaen Greef