Dominie Everardus Bogardus


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Dominie Everardus Bogardus 1

  • Born: 27 Jul 1607, Woerden, Utrecht, Netherlands
  • Marriage (1): Anneke Janse on 21 Jun 1638 in Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands
  • Died: 27 Sep 1647, Swansea, Wales at age 40 2
  • Buried: Body lost at sea

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Everardus was educated in theology at Leyden University, the oldest university in the Netherlands, founded in 1575. He later became a well-known minister of the Dutch Reformed Church in New Netherlands and was know as Dominie Everardus Bogardus. In 1638, he married Anneke Jans, widow of Roleff Jansen. In 1647, he sailed to Holland on the ship "de Princess Amalia" and was lost at sea off the coast of Swansea, Wales.

A detailed look at the life of Everardus Bogardus can be found in "Fulfilling God's Mission" - "The Two Worlds of Dominie Everardus Bogardus 1607-1647" by Willem Frijhoff.

Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988:

Educated at Leyden University in Holland. Appointed chaplain to the sick at Elmina, Guiana, (then Brazil), by Dutch West India Co., 1630-32; returned to Holland; ordained minister Dutch Reformed Church, 1632; came to New Amsterdam in the "Zontberg". 1633; Pastor Dutch Reformed Church at New Amsterdam, 1638-47; resigned and started for Holland in the "Princess" which was ship wrecked off Wales' married 1638, as her 2nd husband, Anneke Jans (1605-63), widow of Roelof Jansen. 3


Everardus married Anneke Janse on 21 Jun 1638 in Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands. (Anneke Janse was born on 15 Jan 1605 in Flekkeroy, Vest, Agder, Norway,2 died on 23 Feb 1663 in Beverwyck, Albany County, New York, USA 2 and was buried in Albany Rural Cemetery, Menands, Albany County, New York, USA 3.)




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