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Jacobs, Trijntgen


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Inventory #327
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call Number1914 fol. 66-70, film 2128
Date1646/11/29
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeNotarial
Purposedeath inventory
Family NameJacobs
Owner NameJacobs, Trijntgen
OccupationServices |a Health, childbirth
ResidenceAmsterdam
ReligionReformed
IntroductionInventaris ... van wijlen Trijntgen Jacobs vroedvrou binnen deser stede ende sulx die bij haer metter doodt ontruijmt ende nagelaten zijn, ende in haer sterffhuijs bevonden werden. Gemaeckt op't versoeck ende aengeven vande eersame Hendrick Vlaederaecken ende Johan Elison beijde diaconen vanden armen vanden ware gereformeerde Nederduitsche Religie deser stede als gecommitteerde vant collegie der Diaconie vanden selve armen inder qualite als erffgenamen ex testamento vande voors. Tryntgen Jacobs zalr. ... Postscript: Aldus gedaen binnen Amstelredam ter presentie van Jan Jansz. ende Arent van der Puth inwoonders deser stede als getuijgen hiertoe gestelt, den 29 novemb. 1646.
CommentaryThe owner of the goods was a midwife who apparently cared for indigent women of the Reformed community. Johan Elison is presumed to be Johan Elison junior, the son of Johan Elison Sr., the English preacher who was portrayed by Rembrandt in 1634, along with his mother, Maria Bockenolle. Johan Elison Jr. kept Rembrandt's portraits of his parents until his death when the portraits were shipped to England (Schwartz, Rembrandt, 1985, p. 158).
NotaryF. Uyttenbogaert
# of Items4
Montias1 #245
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001[a] [ANONYMOUS] vier slechte schilderijtgens
0001[b] [ANONYMOUS] vier slechte schilderijtgens
0001[c] [ANONYMOUS] vier slechte schilderijtgens
0001[d] [ANONYMOUS] vier slechte schilderijtgens