Research: Abstract of the Napoleonic Era

Geography: Holland. Utrecht Province

Number of Public Buildings that Exist in Each Community that Could Be Converted into Barracks, Hospitals, or Stables.

Name of Community
Number of Buildings
Abcoude
-
Amerongen
-
Amersfoort (Note 1)
6
Baambrugge
-
Baarn
-
Benschop
-
De Bilt
-
Breukelen
-
Bunnik
-
Bunschoten
-
Doorn
-
Driebergen
-
Eemnes
-
Harmelen
-
Hoogland
-
Houten
-
IJsselstein
-
Jaarsveld
-
Jutphaas
-
Kamerik
-
Kockengen
-
Cothen
-
Kortenhoef
-
Langbroek
-
Leersum
-
Leusden
-
Linschoten
-
Loenen (Note 2)
3
Lopik
-
Maarssen
-
Maartensdijk
-
Mijdrecht
1
Montfoort
-
Polsbroek
-
Renswoude
1
Rhenen
-
Schalkwijk
-
Soest
1
Stoutenburg
-
Tienhoven
-
Utrecht
6
Veenendaal-Stichts
-
Veenendaal-Gelders
-
Vinkeveen
-
Vleuten
-
Vreeland
-
Vreeswijk
-
Werkhoven
-
Westbroek
-
Wijk bij Duurstede
2
Wilnis
-
Woudenberg
-
Zegveld
-
Zeist
-
Zuilen
-
Total
20

Notes:

1. A Recruiting Depot was located in Amersfoort.
2. Loenen had on its territory the fortress "Nieuwersluis" containing a magazine, arsenal, and depot.

 

 

 

Source:

P. Boon and P. van Zanten. De Utrechtse Gemeenten in 1815 Woerden; 1972. 186 pages.

 

Placed on the Napoleon Series: May 2002

 

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