Maria BIBOUWAge: 21 years16921713

Name
Maria BIBOUW
Given names
Maria
Surname
BIBOUW
  1. Generation 1
    1. Maria BIBOUW, daughter of Dietlof BIBOUW and Willemijntjie ADRIAANSE, was baptized on March 2, 1692 and died estimated November 1713. She married Philip MORKEL.

      Children of Maria BIBOUW and Philip MORKEL:

      1. Elisabeth MORKEL
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Elisabeth MORKEL, daughter of Philip MORKEL and Maria BIBOUW.

Christening March 2, 1692

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MarriagePhilip MORKELView this family
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Birth of a daughter
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Elisabeth MORKEL

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Christening of a brotherCornelius BIBOUW
March 7, 1694 (Age 2 years)

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Christening of a sisterAnna BIBOUW
August 21, 1695 (Age 3 years)

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Death of a fatherDietlof BIBOUW
estimated September 1695 (Age 3 years)

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Death estimated November 1713 (Age 21 years)

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_CRE July 18, 201516:32:18 (301 years after death)

Unique identifier
10916E3EF4074C978D998FAEDE1349DBA322

Last change July 18, 201505:02:09

Family with parents - View this family
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Marriage: December 24, 1688
3 years
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-21 months
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4 years
younger brother
17 months
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Father’s family with Diana VAN MADAGASCAR - View this family
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Family with Philip MORKEL - View this family
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ChristeningDoopregister 1665-1695 Kaapstad Nederduits Gereformeerde Gemeente http://www.eggsa.org/cgi-bin/show_bapt.pl
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ChristeningSA Stamouers - Dietlof Biebauw http://www.stamouers.com/biebouw.htm
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MarriageKAB MOOC8/2.87
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DeathKAB MOOC8/2.87
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