Hendrik Neddelman, on March  7, 1743 in the service of the Dutch East India Company

  • Departure
  • 1743
  • Tuesday, August 6
    152 days after departure
    Arrival of the ship Weltevreden on the Cape
  • Friday, August 23
    17 days after arrival at the Cape
    Departure of the ship Weltevreden of the Cape
  • Friday, December 6
    105 days after departure from the Cape, 274 days after departure from the Netherlands
    Arrival of the ship Weltevreden in Batavia
  • Return
  • 1745
  • Friday, March 12
    462 days after arrival in Batavia
    Departure of the ship Toevalligheid with chamber Amsterdam from Batavia

  • 100869 days after departure from Batavia
    Arrival of the ship Toevalligheid on the Cape
  • 1745


Month certificate: No / Debenture: Yes

As the OPLETTENDHEID (7226) the TOEVALLIGHEID originally was a French ship, called HERCULES; it was captured by the English (05-02-1745), brought to Batavia (13-02), and sold to the Dutch (16-02).

Source citation

Nationaal Archief (Netherlands), Dutch East India Company, archive 1.04.02, inventory number 6146, folio 131

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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  • Hendrik Neddelman was employed on April 9, 1746 by the Dutch East India Company (chamber Amsterdam)

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