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Posted by G E Martin on June 15, 2001 at 16:40:37:

Seek Njat Njo (Dutch spelling) family. Chinese woman from Java (perhaps Batavia area) Indonesia. Had daughter (Elisabeth "Lisa" Frederica Uhlenbeck born 2 July 1847 in Java) with artillery lieutenant Carel Samuel Uhlenbeck of Dutch East India Company. He and brother Johannes Cornelius Uhlenbeck committed suicide together in battle of Djagaraga on Bali in 1848, rather than fall into enemy hands. Njat Njo was paid to go to Holland and give child to unmarried aunts Christina W. and Aukneba Uhlenbeck who lived in Haarlem,the Netherlands. Njat Njo was sent back to Indonesia from Holland, probably in 1849


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