Abraham Jacob van Imbijze van Batenburg
His father Johan Bernhard Imbyze van Batenburg was a draughtsman of maps, military-engineer (1743) and captain (1760). His grandfather was probably Paschasius Diederick van Batenburgh.
He was married 1782 in Tilburg, Netherlands with Wilhelmina Suzanna Zurmegedé. She was born on 21 April 1759 in Veere, (Netherlands), possibly as daughter of Hendrik Cornelis Zurmegede, free citizen of Batavia, Dutch East Indies, and Susanna Lints.
In Berbice (Guyana) they had nine children: Suzanna Maria (1784-?), Hendrik Christiaan (1786-?), Adriana Baldwina (1788-?), Jan Jacob Hendrik (1788-?), Lambert Abraham (1791 in Java (Dutch East-Indies - 1829), Catharina Cordelia (1793-?), Elizabeth (1796-1864), Henriette Maria (1797-?) and Hendrika Maria (1801-?).
Alternative names are: van Imbijze van Batenburg and Imbyse van Batenburg,
- Berbice (Guyana) (between 1789 and 27 March 1802)
- Essequibo (Guyana) (between 22 April 1796 and 27 March 1802)
- Berbice (between June 1804 and 1806).