Fak (Fack) family
Fak (Fack) was a Dutch Mennonite family, originally from Flanders. From about 1630 they are found in Vlissingen, Dutch province of Zeeland, while at the end of the 17th century some members also lived at Rotterdam, where Hieronymus Fack was a deacon of the Waterlander congregation.
Lennep, K. F. van. Oorkondenboek van Eeghen. Amsterdam, 1918: see Index.
Vos, Karel, De Doopsgezinden te Rotterdam. Rotterdam, 1907: 47.
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