Anthonia Stutser

Brief Life History of Anthonia

When Anthonia Stutser was born on 31 October 1803, in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands, her father, Henricus Stutser, was 29 and her mother, Rebecca Munter, was 28. She married Willem Cornelis Potharst on 7 November 1821, in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 8 daughters. She died on 11 December 1873, in her hometown, at the age of 70.

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Willem Cornelis Potharst
Anthonia Stutser
Marriage: 7 November 1821
Johanna Maria Potharst
Willem Hendricus Jacobus Potharst
Elisabeth Johanna Potharst
Jacobus Potharst
Hendricus Johannes Potharst
Anna Maria Potharst
Alida Maria Potharst
Antonius Potharst
Maria Christina Potharst
Anna Maria Potharst
Johannes Potharst
Catharina Potharst
Geertruida Maria Potharst

Sources (37)

  • Anthonia Stutster, "Netherlands Deaths and Burials, 1668-1945"
  • Antonia Stusler in entry for Elisabeth Johanna Potharst, "Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Civil Registration, 1811-1950"
  • Anthonia Stutster, "Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Civil Registration, 1811-1950"

World Events (8)


The Dutch defeated the French.

1815 · United Kingdom of the Netherlands

During the Napoleonic Wars, the Netherlands was freed from the French by Prussian and Russian troops. William Frederik declared himself king of the region on March 16, 1815. Tensions rose between the southern and northern regions of the Netherlands. Eventually, Belgium declared themselves independent on October 4, 1830 during the Belgian Revolution (which broke out in August of 1830). William did not accept this change, and launched a invasion that ultimately had to be called off. The Treaty of London was signed in 1839, recognizing Belgian independence by the Dutch in exchange for certain land acquisitions.

1824 · Creation of Netherlands Trading Society

King William I of the Netherlands established the Netherlands Trading Society (a successor to the Dutch East India Company) to revive the trade between the Netherlands and the Netherlands East Indies. The institution was headquartered in Amsterdam.

Name Meaning

Possibly an Americanized form of German Statler (see Stadler ).

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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