Johanna Dankmeijer

11 February 1750–
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

The Life of Johanna

When Johanna Dankmeijer was christened on 11 February 1750, in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands, her father, Johannes Matheus Dankmeijer, was 28 and her mother, Elisabet Smit, was 27. She married Christiaan Daniel Wedding on 24 December 1789, in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands.

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Christiaan Daniel Wedding
Johanna Dankmeijer
Marriage: 24 December 1789

Spouse and Children

24 December 1789
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

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World Events (8)

1756 · Herring Fleet Reduction

The Dutch fishing industry had already been damaged during the War of Spanish of Succession. During the years of 1756 through 1761, the amount of herring fleets was reduced even more drastically; the primary cause was drastically lowered revenue. Foreign competitors thrived against the Dutch during this time, especially because they were not held to the same Dutch regulations and had easier access to fishing grounds.

A four year war with England was fought.
1787 · Prussian Rule

In 1787, Amsterdam was forced to surrender to the Prussians. The country was under Prussian rule until the French Invaded in 1795.

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Sources (2)

  • Johanna Dankmeijer in entry for Christiaan Daniel Wedding, "Netherlands Marriages, 1565-1892"
  • Johanna, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Vital Records"

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