Magdalena MOUTON1692

Name
Magdalena MOUTON
Given names
Magdalena
Surname
MOUTON
  1. Generation 1
    1. Magdalena MOUTON, daughter of Jacques MOUTON and Maria de VILLIERS, was born in 1692. She married Abraham de KLERK, son of Pieter de KLERK and Sara COCHET, on 12 May 1709. He was born in Serooskerke, Zeeland, NEDERLAND,.

      Children of Magdalena MOUTON and Abraham de KLERK:

      1. Barend de KLERK (1716)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Barend de KLERK, son of Abraham de KLERK and Magdalena MOUTON, was born estimated 1716. He married Engela ODENDAAL, daughter of Willem ODENDAAL and Susanna BIBAULT, on 7 April 1737. She was born on 11 October 1711.

      Children of Barend de KLERK and Engela ODENDAAL:

      1. Andries de KLERK (17511808)
  3. Generation 3back to top
    1. Andries de KLERK, son of Barend de KLERK and Engela ODENDAAL, was born estimated 1751 and died estimated 1808. He married Susanna WILLEMSE, daughter of Mattheus WILLEMSE and Johanna von WIELLIGH, on 18 May 1775. She was born estimated 1758.

      Children of Andries de KLERK and Susanna WILLEMSE:

      1. Johanna Elisabeth de KLERK (17791817)
      2. Susanna de KLERK (1780)
      3. Barend Bartholomeus de KLERK (1785)
      4. Andries Jacobus de KLERK (1785)
Birth 1692

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MarriageAbraham de KLERKView this family
12 May 1709 (Age 17 years)

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Birth of a son
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Barend de KLERK
estimated 1716 (Age 24 years)

Christening of a sonBarend de KLERK
8 November 1716 (Age 24 years)

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Marriage of a childBarend de KLERKEngela ODENDAALView this family
7 April 1737 (Age 45 years)

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Unique identifier
2971C51482DB4C9C8EA8351392CFB66FBC23
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Last change 18 July 201505:02:09

BirthVan Rensburg Webblad http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/4364/
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MarriageVan Rensburg Webblad http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/4364/
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