Dutch Cemetry , Pulicat, Tiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu, India


Latitude (Breedte): 13.418768, Longitude (Lengte): 80.31513029999996 | Klik voor aanwijzingen naar de Dutch Cemetry

The Dutch Cemetery in Pulicat is date back to 16th century, built in between 1606 to 1690, with 76 tombs and mausoleums which are protected by the Archaeological Survey of India. The tombstones are beautifully carved with inscriptions in the Dutch language are said to have been carved in Holland and sent to India.
History tells us that the Dutch had a fort called "Geldria" at Pulicat from where they were trading with the East Indies.


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Grafsteen Elisabeth Pit

On this gravestone is engraved "Hier Lecht Begraven / Elysabet Pit. Dochter / van den Hr. Gouverneur / Laurens Pit. Geboren / den 14. Aug: Ao. 1654. Ende / gestorven den 21 Aug:o 1656 
    Elysabet Pit (ovl. 21 aug 1656)