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Karel Mulder, the son of the jailer’s hand, was born in 1812 in Goes, Zeeland, in the Netherlands. When he died in 1870, he owned 3/8 of a house in the Papegaaistraatje. It was located in the inner city of Goes, but in a small alley off the main roads.

See the house above: it is at the current location of D 278 in the blueprint below (found on WatWasWaar website). It’s very hard for me to read, but isn’t 278 at the very top of the image in the middle?

Do you know what this style of building is called? And is the facade original or not? Any ideas?

This could be the house owned by Karel Mulder. Or not. What do you think?

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