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Bicker, Jacob Jacobsz.


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Inventory #567
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call NumberWK 5073/952
Date1627/03/11
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeOrphan Chamber
Purposeauction
Family NameBicker
Owner NameBicker, Jacob Jacobsz.
Life Dates1581/07/09 |d 1626/06/24
Marriage Date1608/06/29
Type of CeremonyK
OccupationMerchant (largescale)
ResidenceOudezyds Voorburgwal bij de Armbrug in Amsterdam
ReligionReformed
IntroductionOp den 11 marti 1627 zyn vercocht dese ... achtergelaten goederen bij Jacob Jacobsz. Bicker voor gereet gelt doch zullen die gene die borgen hebben gestelt genieten den tijt van zes weecken.
CommentaryAlmost certainly incomplete, in view of the fact that Jacob Jacobsz. Bicker left an estate estimated at f 375,000 (Elias, Vroedschap van Amsterdam, vol. 1, p. 359). The merchant Jacob Jacobsz. Bicker (1581-24 June 1626) married Anna Roelofsdr. (1589-June 1626), daughter of Roelof Egbertsz., burgomaster in 1611, 1614, and 1617, on 29 June 1608 (Elias, ibid.) He was the son of Jacob Pietersz. Bicker and the nephew of Dieuwertje Bicker of R 20270 of Montias2. On 27 September 1628, an accounting was made for the Orphan Chamber van wegen het sterfhuys van Jacob Jacobsz. Bicker. Various amounts had been paid for the children, including for books, to Salomon Meurandt (of R 22104 of Montias2) and for binding books, to Jan Willemsz. bookbinder (WK 5073/1092). The son of Jacob Jacosz. Bicker and Anna Roelofs, named Hendrick Bicker (1615-1698), became captain of the militia. He married Eva Geelvinck, daughter of Jan Cornelisz. Geelvinck (1579-1651) and Aechte de Vlaming Oudtshoorn (1588-1661) in 1639 (Kopstukken 1600-1800, p. 115, portraits reproduced).
NotaryG. Jacobs
Total Value940 |d 17 stuivers 8 penn.
Art Value35 |d 4 stuivers
# of Items25
Montias1 #468
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001 [ANONYMOUS] 1 deel bortgens f 3: 5:--
0002[a] [ANONYMOUS] 4 bortgens f 1: 4:--
0002[b] [ANONYMOUS] 4 bortgens f 1: 4:--
0002[c] [ANONYMOUS] 4 bortgens f 1: 4:--
0002[d] [ANONYMOUS] 4 bortgens f 1: 4:--
0003[a] [ANONYMOUS] 1 caertgen 1 printbort f 1:19:--
0003[b] [ANONYMOUS] 1 caertgen 1 printbort f 1:19:--
0004[a] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0004[b] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0004[c] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0004[d] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0004[e] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0004[f] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0004[g] [ANONYMOUS] 7 schilderijtgens f 6: 5:--
0005 [ANONYMOUS] 2 lessenaers ende bortgens f 1: 1:--
0006[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 borden f 1: 9:--
0006[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 borden f 1: 9:--
0007[a] [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert 1 thien geboden f 2: 2:--
0007[b] [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert 1 thien geboden f 2: 2:--
0008 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderij van Susanna f 1:14:--
0009 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderij koocken f 3:19:--
0010[a] [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert ende 1 schip f 1:13:--
0010[b] [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert ende 1 schip f 1:13:--
0011 [ANONYMOUS] 1 tafreel Maria f 2: 8:--
0012 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderij Lantschap f 8: 5:--