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Cornelis

Cornelis is a Dutch form of the male given name Cornelius. Some common shortened versions of Cornelis in Dutch are Cees, Cor, Corné, Corneel, Crelis, Kees, Neel and Nelis.

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Cornelis Melyn - Early Life
... Cornelis Melyn was born in Antwerp, then a part of the Spanish Netherlands, where he was baptised at St ... Both of Cornelis' parents died in 1606 ... When he was about twelve years of age, Cornelis was apprenticed as a tailor ...
Cornelis
... Cornelis is a Dutch form of the male given name Cornelius ... Some common shortened versions of Cornelis in Dutch are Cees, Cor, Corné, Corneel, Crelis, Kees, Neel and Nelis ... Cornelis (Kees) and Johannes (Jan) used to be the most common given names in the Low Countries, and the origin of the term Yankee is commonly thought to derive from the term Jan-Kees for the Dutch settlers in ...
Monica Törnell - Biography - Discovery
... At the same time, Cornelis Vreeswijk was across the street, which led to him discovering Törnell, although she was already relatively well known in the area ... Cornelis arranged a demo, which he presented to Göte Wilhelmson for his new record company Phonogram Records ... Törnell's time in the chaotic world of entertainment, Cornelis and his former wife Bim Warne gave her significant guidance ...
Cornelis Leenheer
... Cornelis Coenraad Leenheer (June 5, 1906 in Weesp – January 20, 1979 in Zwolle) was a Dutch water polo player who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics ... Persondata Name Leenheer, Cornelis Alternative names Short description Dutch water polo player Date of birth June 5, 1906 Place of birth Date of death January ...
Cornelis Evertsen
... Cornelis Evertsen may refer to one of three Dutch admirals Cornelis Evertsen the Elder (1610 - 1666) Cornelis Evertsen the Younger (1628 - 1679), nephew of Cornelis the ...