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Marie le Long

Name
Marie le Long
Given names
Marie
Surname
le Long
Married name
Marie van Wyk
Historical Event May 7, 1662

Source: Wikipedia
Note: Jan van Riebeeck leaves the Cape on promotion to a position on the Council of Justice in Batavia
Historical Event August 18, 1665

Source: Wikipedia
Note: First Dutch Reformed Church congregation is founded and J. van Arkel is appointed the first minister
Town founded November 6, 1679
Source: Wikipedia
Note: Stellenbosch is founded
Historical Event April 1688

Source: Wikipedia
Note: French Huguenot refugees arrive after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Simon van der Stel, the Governor of the Cape Colony settles the Huguenot refugees in the present day Drakenstein, Franschhoek and Wellington areas which were beyond the Cape Colony and belonged to the Khoikhoi people
MarriageAdriaan “Arie” van WykView this family
about 1689
Publication: Robertson, Delia. The First Fifty Years Project.
Citation details: Arie van Wyk (1668-1713), http://www.e-family.co.za/ffy/g5/p5309.htm : accessed 8 Dec 2019
Epidemic March 16, 1713

Source: Wikipedia
Note: Smallpox epidemic breaks out at the Cape Colony
Death of a husbandAdriaan “Arie” van Wyk
between April 1713 and December 2, 1713
Publication: Robertson, Delia. The First Fifty Years Project.
Citation details: Arie van Wyk (1668-1713), http://www.e-family.co.za/ffy/g5/p5309.htm : accessed 8 Dec 2019
Historical Event 1754

Source: Wikipedia
Note: A population count in the Cape shows that there were 5,510 Europeans and 6,279 slaves in the Cape Colony
Epidemic May 1, 1755

Source: Wikipedia
Note: Smallpox epidemic breaks out at Cape Colony. A total of 2,372 people die
Historical Event July 1776

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Note: Americans declare independece
  1. Generation 1
    1. Marie le Long. She married Adriaan “Arie” van Wyk, son of Roelof Adriansz van Wijck and Trijntje Jans, about 1689 in Drakenstein, Western Cape. He was baptized on January 18, 1668 in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands and died between April 1713 and December 2, 1713 in Stellenbosch, Western Cape.