Tinco makes the front page of Beirut’s French-language weekly Hadikat-el-Ahbar – on 6 December 1873. In fact, the newspaper is reporting the news that appeared earlier in the Courrier de Cannes, about one of Tinco’s famous costumed balls that took place on 9 November 1873, at the Villa Escarras in Cannes. The Beirut paper suggests that the news will please the many friends of Tinco who have fond memories of his stay in the city – in 1868.
(Source: Archives of the Musée de la Castre, Cannes)
Notice in the Leeuwarder Courant of May 5, 1872, announcing the closure of the museum in September of that year.
(Covers Tinco’s conversion to catholicism, Amelandshuis and relationship to Sint Bonifatius in Leeuwarden.)
- Tinco’s coffin arrived at Wolvega on Wednesday December 12 at 3:21PM. On Thursday morning December 13, a mass was held in the presence of family and the body was interred in Lycklama’s chappel.