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Haringhoeck, Daniel van


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Inventory #648
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call NumberWK 5073/962
Date1638/01/20
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeOrphan Chamber
Purposeauction
Family NameHaringhoeck
Owner NameHaringhoeck, Daniel van
Owner Notesand his wife Lysbeth Bennincx
Life Dates? |d 1637/12/04
OccupationMerchant (largescale)
ResidenceOp de Kloveniersdoelen Burchwal in Amsterdam
ReligionReformed (Calvinist)
IntroductionDen 20 januarij 1638 zijn de naergelaten goederen van Daniel van Haring Hoeck en Lysbeth Bennincx vercocht.
CommentaryOn 16 April 1619, Jonas Cabbeliau, together with his dependents, those being his cousin Jan Luijtens, Marinus Huybrechts, and Adriaen Huybrechts, his brother, all drawing lots (de rato caverende), Pieter Denijs and his dependents, those being Pieter van der Voorde, Abraham Willemsz. van Beyerlandt (of R 33141 of Montias2), Jan van Haringhoeck for Daniel van Harinhoeck Willemsen, and Pieter Jacobsz. signed a contract to form a company (to exploit civet?) The total amount contributed by the signatories was f. 21,000 (NA 200, film 111, Not. J.F. Bruyning). Jan (or Johan) van Haringhoeck, who is known to have freighted ships (e.g. NA 200, fol.437) was a director of the W.I.C. in 1638 (NA 1186, Not. J. de Vos, act of 4 November 1638). On 21 November 1637, Daniel van Haringhoeck drew up his testament. He left 2,000 f. to the Ned. Ref. Kerck, 2,000 f. to the English church, and 2,000 f. to the French church. As universal heir he named his sister Maria van Haringhoeck, wife of Gerard van Santen (of R 26494 of Montias2), former burgomaster of Campen. The executors, Thomas Cave and Eduart de Man, were instructed to sell all the goods in the estate and convert the proceeds to real estate, which should not be alienated but only the rents drawn upon by the heiress. Thomas Cave was a merchant who imported sarges (a woolen textile) from England (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven 144(1974), p.40). Maria had two children, Daniel (II) and Maria, who married Gerrit Blankevoort. Daniel van Haringhoeck's wife Elisabeth Bennincx was apparently not mentioned in the testament. She had perhaps died by the time it had been drawn up. But neither was his putative daughter Abigael van Haringhoeck who was married to Jan Braems of R 26494 of Montias2 (Jaarboek Amstelodamum 6(1908), pp. 84-6). On 4 December 1637, Daniel van Haringhoeck (probably I) was buried in the Oude Kerck, coming from the Kloveniersburchwal (DTB 1045/102). On 8 February 1639, Samuel Monio, can maker in Leyden, 36, made a deposition at the request of Jacob Ras. He testified that he had received from Ras four bales of wool which had been bought from Daniel van Haringhoek (II) (NA 1276, film 1354, fol. 54, Not. Barcman).
NotaryDaniel Jansz. van Beuningen
Total Value5451 |d 7 st.
Art Value324 |d 19 st.
# of Items20
Montias1 #547
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001 [ANONYMOUS] 1 lantschap f 20:--:--
0002 [ANONYMOUS] 1 stuck schilderij een fruijt f 24:10:--
0003 [ANONYMOUS] 1 groot lantschap f 31:--:--
0004 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderij een zee f 12:--:--
0005 [ANONYMOUS] 1 caertge f 8:--:--
0006 [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert van Hollant f 12:19:--
0007 [ANONYMOUS] 1 strantge f 11:15:--
0008 [ANONYMOUS] 1 lantschapje f 8:--:--
0009 [ANONYMOUS] 1 ditto [lantschapje] f 13:--:--
0010 [ANONYMOUS] 1 harder en harderin f 45:--:--
0011 [ANONYMOUS] uts. [1 harder en harderin] f 22:--:--
0012 [ANONYMOUS] 1 bordeeltgen f 27:--:--
0013[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 rontges een strantge met een zeetge f 31:--:--
0013[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 rontges een strantge met een zeetge f 31:--:--
0014[a] [ANONYMOUS] een zeetie een lotterye f 12:10:--
0014[b] [ANONYMOUS] een zeetie een lotterye f 12:10:--
0015 [ANONYMOUS] een zeetge bortge met een glaessie daervoor f 11:10:--
0016[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 lantschapjes f 12:10:--
0016[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 lantschapjes f 12:10:--
0017 [ANONYMOUS] 1 bancketje f 9:15:--