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16841735, Mar 10
Eurasian Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies. He died of malaria at the age of 46. He was born in Batavia sometime in 1684. For his education and training he was sent to the Netherlands. He graduated in Law at Leiden University on 1 April 1707. He returned to Batavia on the clipper Donkervliet and spent some time in Dutch Coromandel. He was among other things a district overseer in Sadraspatnam.
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