Van de Sande Family Papers

ca. 1775-1830, undated
The Country Doctor Museum Manuscript Collection, CD 01.66
Creator(s)
Van de Sande Family
Physical description
0.955 Cubic Feet
Preferred Citation
Van de Sande Family Papers (CD 01.66), The Country Doctor Museum, at The William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
Laupus Library History Collections
Access
No restrictions

The Van de Sande Family Papers include paper soldiers, horses, and weapons Thilleman van de Sande made circa 1775 in the netherlands; two diplomas for Thilleman; document about Thilleman becoming a doctor written by A. Ypey; and a diploma for Daniel van de Sande.


Biographical/historical information

Thilleman Johan van de Sande was born 30 May 1764 in Drenthe, Netherlands. He earned a medical degree on 12 July 1790, possibly in Amsterdam. He married Geertruida Johanna Heyning (1759-1835) on 6 October 1793, in Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. He is included in Dutch Reformed Church registers in South Africa in 1802 and earlier. He died 14 December 1827 in Hanau, Germany.

Daniel Frederik George van de Sande was born 14 August 1798 in Cape of Good Hope, South Africa to Thielleman and Geertruida Johanna (Heyning) van de Sande. He married Anna Eliza Heriette Frolich (1805 – 1828) on 21 July 1826 in Hanau, Germany. Following her death, he married his second wife, Maria Margaretta Carolina Frolich (1807 – 1896) in Hanau, Germany and they had John and Mary. By 1860, the van de Sandes were living in Somerville, Massachusetts. He died 4 August 1881 in North Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Scope and arrangement

The van de Sande Family Papers include paper soldiers, horses, and weapons Thilleman van de Sande made circa 1775 in the netherlands; two diplomas for Thilleman; document about Thilleman becoming a doctor written by A. Ypey; and a diploma for Daniel van de Sande.


Administrative information
Custodial History

Probably 1970: Paper soldiers, horses, and weapons handmade by Thilleman van de Sande (ca. 1775) plus 1 newspaper sheet (1830), and 1 candy box (circa late 19th – early 20th centuries). Gift of Dr. Theodore Van de Sande of Port Richey, Florida.

January 15, 1970: 4 items: Medical diploma and two related documents of Thilleman van de Sande (1790-1808) and Ph.D. diploma of Daniel van de Sande (1824). Gift of Dr. Theodore Van de Sande of Port Richey, Florida.

Source of acquisition

Gift of Dr. Theodore Van de Sande

Processing information

Initial inventory prepared by Christina Lugo, 2011. Processed by Melissa Nasea, 2015

Copyright notice

Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.


Language of material

English, Dutch, Latin

Related material

Related artifacts held at The Country Doctor Museum, Bailey, North Carolina.


Key terms
Topical
Education, Medical

Container list
Box 2 Folder 1 Candy box in which the paper soldiers, horses, and weapons were kept, undated
Box 3 Folder 1 Medical diploma of Thilleman Johannes van de Sande, handwritten in Latin, 12 July 1790
Box 3 Folder 2 Diploma for Thilleman Johannes Van de Sande, 1808
Box 3 Folder 3 Double-sided Dutch newspaper sheet in which the paper soldiers etc. were wrapped inside the candy box, probably from the Netherlands, April 1830
Box 3 Folder 4 PhD. diploma for Danieli Friderico Georgio van de Sande, printed in Latin, 26 April 1824