- Thursday, December 28
Christiaan Bous (uit Baare) joins as shipâ€™s boy (jongen) with chamber Hoorn. Departure of the ship Huis te Manpad bound for Batavia
- Friday, March 23
85 days after departure
Arrival of the ship Huis te Manpad on the Cape
- Saturday, April 14
22 days after arrival at the Cape
Departure of the ship Huis te Manpad of the Cape
- Friday, July 6
83 days after departure from the Cape, 190 days after departure from the Netherlands
Arrival of the ship Huis te Manpad in Batavia
- Thursday, October 30
846 days after arrival in Batavia
Departure of the ship Huis te manpad with chamber Amsterdam from Batavia
- Saturday, December 20
51 days after departure from Batavia
Arrival of the ship Huis te manpad on the Cape
- Wednesday, March 3
74 days after arrival at the Cape
Departure of the ship Huis te manpad from the Cape destined for the Netherlands
- Monday, July 26
145 days after departure from the Cape, 270 days after departure from Batavia
Arrival of the ship Huis te manpad in the Netherlands
1306 days after employment
Resignation Christiaan Bous (Huis te Manpad), reason: repatriated
Month certificate: No / Debenture: Yes
One source mentioned Marten de Wit as master of the HUIS TE MANPAD. Crew at the Cape: 141. The 21 passengers included two slaves and six condemned persons.
Nationaal Archief (Netherlands), Dutch East India Company, archive 1.04.02, inventory number 14453, folio 160
VOC - voyagers, this index was developed through a joint initiative of the archives of Delft and Rotterdam, Zeeuws archief, Westfries Archief (Hoorn and Enkhuizen) and the departments of history from the Universities of Leiden and Ghent.
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