|children of Isaak Bosman and Susanna de Villiers|
|Hermanus Lambertus Bosman 4 |
of De Nieuwe Plantagie, Drakenstein 5
Notes: His uncle, Abraham Bosman, left him his farm called De Nieuw Plantagie
on condition that he lived with his uncle, giving him help and assistance
and at a valuation of 6000 Guilders Indian valuation.
At the time of his uncle's will in 1785 Hermanus would seem not yet to
have been married ('en byaldien denzelven gehúwd Zynde voor den
Testateur mogte komen te overlyden').
In a codicil dated 1804 Abraham Bosman left him his slave youth named
August van de Kaap, and asked him care for his old and faithful slave
named October of Malebar.