De Haan

De Haan or de Haan is a Dutch family name meaning "The Rooster" ("haan" is the cognate of English "hen", but in Dutch refers to the male of this species). The name may refer to any of the following:

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Mattheus De Haan
... Mattheus de Haan (1663–1729) was Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies from 1725 to 1729 ... Coffee production in the De Preanger region (Parahyangan uplands to the south of Batavia) went enormously well and de Haan felt that this would lead to a decline in ... This was not what was intended, and De Haan forbade it ...
Tuvalu National Football Team - South Pacific Games Participation - World Cup Qualification
... In 2011 the Tuvalu National Football Association signed Dutch coach Foppe de Haan as the coach on a part-time and volunteer basis ... De Haan, who previously coached SC Heerenveen, Ajax Cape Town and the Dutch national U-21 team, started his tenure with a 3–0 victory over Samoa ... De Haan's second match in charge saw a record 4–0 victory recorded over American Samoa in the first match of their 2011 Pacific Games campaign, the highlight coming in ...
Annemiek De Haan
... Annemiek de Haan (born 15 July 1981 in Haren, Groningen) is a rower from the Netherlands ... De Haan started rowing in 1999 and made her international debut in the fours at the 1999 Junior World Championships in Plovdiv ... The following years De Haan was not that successful in rowing anymore, but she returned for the 2002 Under-23 World Championships in Genoa in the double ...