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Ruts, Susanna


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Inventory #398
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call Number569, filmnrs. 4920 and 6548, fol. 57-65
Date1636/03/07
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeNotarial
Purposeinventory taken before marriage
Family NameRuts
Owner NameRuts, Susanna
Owner Noteswidow of Joannes Boddens
Life Dates1597 |d 1634/02/22; 1598 |d 1649/03/03 |n Ruts
Marriage Date1619/02/16
OccupationManufacturer |a Other
ResidenceOp den fluweelenburgwal in't huijs van Doornick in Amsterdam
ReligionReformed
IntroductionInventory of Susanna Ruts , widow of Joannes Boddens, about to remarry with Pieter van der Hagen, gewezen raed van Indie
CommentaryJoannes (or Jan) Boddens Pietersz. was born in Haarlem on 9 May 1597 and died in Amsterdam on 22 February 1634. He settled with his father Pieter Boddens in Amsterdam in the Warmoesstraet where they carried on a business in manufactures. He bought a house 't Huys van Doornick, formerly called de Swaen in the Warmoesstraet in 1625 for 22,500 f.. He married Susanna Ruts, daughter of Nicolaes Ruts and Cornelia Ranson (see R 24918 of Montias2), on 26 February 1619 (Elias, Vroedschap, p. 628). Susanna Ruts was born in Cologne on 4 September 1598 (Elias, op.cit. p.1004). In 1631, Joannes Boddens, living in the Warmoesstraat, paid a tax of 125 f. Boddens was buried on 22 February 1634. On 31 August 1634, the honorable Susanna Ruts, widow of Jan Boddens, assisted by her father and guardian Nicolaes Ruts, on one side, and Andries Barentsz., dyer, living on the Regulierspoort, on the other, came to an agreement on the use of an empty lot in front of Andries Barentsz.'s dyeworks, which had been used by Boddens as a garden and closbaen (a sort of tennis court). The widow agreed to pay Barentsz. 24 f. per year for the use of the lot (NA 991, fol.40, Not. J. Bosch). On 1 April 1636, shortly after the present inventory was drawn up, Mr. Peter van der Hagen, widower of Anna Seroskerken, raad van Brasilien, living in 's Hertogenbosch, was married to Susanna Ruts, from Ceulen, widow of Jan Boddens (De Navorscher 8(1858), p. 318) Pieter van Hagen, baptized in Keulen on 13 May 1598, died in Leiden on 11 January 1668. He was named to the Vroedschap of Brazil in the same year as he was married to Susanna Ruts. Susanna Ruts died in Lisse on 3 March 1649. Catharina Boddens, the daughter of Joannes Boddens and Susanna Ruts, married Johannes Rooswinckel of Lisse in 1644 (Van Eeghen, Maandblad Amstelodamum 64(1977), p. 99). The son of Susanna Ruts and Pieter van der Hagen, named Petrus, born in Amsterdam on 26 February 1641, became the predikant of the Reformed Church for the delegation of the Dutch Republic in Paris in 1661-2 (Elias, loc.cit.)
NotaryL. Lamberti
AppraiserDirck Pietersz. Wittepaert (Bontepaert) and Gillis Hondecoeter, headmen of the painters' guild
Art Value414 |d
# of Items13
Montias1 #299
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001 STALPAERT, PIETER een landschap van Pieter Stalpaert
0002 STALPAERT, PIETER noch een cleynder landschapghe van de selve [Pieter Stalpaert]
0003 HONDECOETER, GILLIS DE een bort met gedierten van Hondekoter f 42:--:--
0004 [ANONYMOUS] een bortge van de Prins
0005 [ANONYMOUS] een scheepge met een ebben lijst
0006 STOCK, PIETER WILLEMSZ. VAN DER een perspectieff van Pieter Willemsz. Metselaer
0007 PORCELLIS, JAN (I) een zee van Parcellus met een ebbe lijst
0008[a] COLYN, DAVID twee ronden van Colyn 't eene van Susanna 't ander daer Magdalena Christi voeten wascht samen f 66:--:--
0008[b] COLYN, DAVID twee ronden van Colyn 't een van Susanna ende 't ander daer Magdalena Christi voeten wascht f 66:--:--
0009 [ANONYMOUS] een landschapge
0010 [ANONYMOUS] een grooter landschap
0011 [ANONYMOUS] een bortge sijnde een zee
0012 [ANONYMOUS] een naghtje
0013 REMBRANDT VAN RIJN 't conterfeytsel van Nicolaes Ruts bij Rembrant gedaen, ongetaxeert
0014 [ANONYMOUS] (twee eecken capstocken met) een caertge f 4:--:--