Gerrit Pungel, on February 17, 1772 in the service of the Dutch East India Company

  • Departure
  • 1772
  • Wednesday, June 3
    107 days after departure
    Arrival of the ship Huis te Krooswijk on the Cape
  • Friday, June 26
    23 days after arrival at the Cape
    Departure of the ship Huis te Krooswijk of the Cape
  • Wednesday, August 26
    61 days after departure from the Cape, 191 days after departure from the Netherlands
    Arrival of the ship Huis te Krooswijk in Batavia
  • 1793

Remarks

Month certificate: No / Debenture: No


Source citation

Nationaal Archief (Netherlands), Dutch East India Company, archive 1.04.02, inventory number 14256, folio 178

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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On Monday, January 28 Scott Chalmers wrote

Well sounds like my 5th grandfather......who daughter Elizabeth Margaret Pungel married William Auld Chalmers HEICS, in Panang.....William passed away around 1862 an Elizabeth around 1843 an are buried in a church or in the church yard in Croydon England, one of there sons was named Gerit A Chalmers. They saying in the family history that Gerrit was a Governor of Dutch Malacca but I've never found any evidence of it. Just stuff that mentions that he liked to drink excessively an was a minor merchant an clerk on some island council




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