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Walichs, Marritje


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Inventory #719
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call NumberWK 5073/947
Date1617/04/24
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeOrphan Chamber
Purposeauction
Family NameWalichs
Owner NameWalichs, Marritje
Owner Noteslate wife of Andries Isbrantsz.
ResidenceOp de Fluwele Burchwal by 't Princenhoff steechgen in Amsterdam.
ReligionRoman Catholic
IntroductionOpten 24en april 1617 zyn dese naervolgende goederen vercoft naergelaten by Marritje Walichs. Postscript: Betaelt aen Andries Isbrants de weduwer als by de cedel blyckt.
CommentaryOn 17 January 1607, Andries Ysbrantsz., 25 (?) years old, living in the Ridderstraet, assisted by Pieter Joosten, his stepfather (behouden vader), and his mother Betgen Claes, was betrothed to Marritge Walighs, 28, living on the Nieuwe Dijck, assisted by her brother Pieter Walighs and her sister Duyfgen Walighs (DTB 412/152). Pieter Wallighs (or Wallichsz.), married to Baesgen Tysdr., had a son named Mathys Pietersz., whose guardian was Philips Tysz. of R 30694 of Montias2 (WK 5073/789 of 1 July 1638.) Andries Ysbrantsz., already living on the Ridderstraet, bought lots for 3 f. 18 st. in the Haarlem lottery of 1606 (GAA, 89/7 F 668). He was a buyer at auction in 1609 (R 29509.) On Pieter Joosten see the NOTES to R 29509 in Montias2. On 29 August 1634, the honorable Oede Dircx, a daughter of Aeltge Willems, who was herself a daughter of Willem Willemsz., a son of Aeltge Waligs, the sister of Maritge Wallichs, both of whom were daughters of Walich Gerritsz. van Oostgeest, transferred a vicariate created by Rutger van Oostgeest in Leiden to her oldest son Pieter Danckertsz., for him and for his heirs (NA 596, fol. 180, Not. Lamberti). Aeltge Willems, married to Pieter Laurensz. Spiegel de jonge (perhaps of R 7612), was the daughter of the soap boiler Willem Willemsz. (see the NOTES to R 7612 of Montias2) and of Nelletge Bartouts, who were Roman Catholic. Vicariates were created as interest-bearing obligations by R.C. churches before the Alteration. Most beneficiaries in later periods were R.C.
NotaryG. Jacobs
Total Value973 |d 3 st.
Art Value18 |d 13 st. 8 pen.
# of Items14
Montias1 #620
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 albasters bortgens f 1: 4:--
0001[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 albasters bortgens f 1: 4:--
0002[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 schilderyts bortgens f 2:--:--
0002[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 schilderyts bortgens f 2:--:--
0003[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 uts. [schilderyts bortgens] f 1:11:--
0003[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 uts. [schilderyts bortgens] f 1:11:--
0004 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderyts bortge f 4: 7: 8
0005[a] [ANONYMOUS] 3 albasters bortgens f 4:--:--
0005[b] [ANONYMOUS] 3 albasters bortgens f 4:--:--
0005[c] [ANONYMOUS] 3 albasters bortgens f 4:--:--
0006[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 uts [albasters bortgens] f 3:--:--
0006[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 uts [albasters bortgens] f 3:--:--
0007 [ANONYMOUS] (1 koocker) 1 bortge f 1: 3:--
0008 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderyts bort f 1: 6:--