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Ships Passenger List for Huguenot Ship Waapen van Aalkmar to South Africa 1688
Belonged to the Chamber of Amsterdam, Captain Carel Goske. Left Texel on 27 July, 1688 and arrived at the Cape on 27 January, 1689.
  • Louis Fourie (1669-1750)
  • Pierre Meyer (1668-1745)
  • Jean Durand (1666-1727)
  • Jean Gardé (?-1704)
  • Pierre Rochefort (?- aft 1708)
  • Louis Barret (?-aft.1705)
  • Anthoine Martin (1644-1699)
  • Pierre Benezet
  • Jean Imbert (?-1723)
  • Nicolaas Labat (? - 1698)
  • Claudine Seugnet (1671-1721)
  • Suzanne Seignet (1673-1743)
  • Jeanne Seugnet (1675-1689)
  • Marguerite Perrotette (widow Gardiol) (1648-1691)
  • Suzanne Gardiolle (1668-1729)
  • Marguerite Gardiolle (1670-1747)
  • Jean Gardiol (1674-1738)
  • Matthieu Amiel (? -1719) and Suzanne Aubanelle (? - abt.1688)
  • Two Amiel children
  • Pierre Batte (? - aft.1719)
  • Paul Brassiet (? -aft.1692)
  • Jean le Roux (?-1752)
  • Daniel Bouvat (? -aft.1708)

Sources: mostly Appendix 2 of "Hugenotebloed in ons are" by J.G. le Roux (1992; ISBN 0-7969-0566-5) and "French speakers at the Cape" by M. Boucher (1981, ISBN 0-86981-222-X)

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