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Doeck, Cornelis


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Inventory #532
ArchivesGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call NumberNA 2731, film 2833, fol. 1623-1629, and NA 2733, film 2834, fol. 473-479.
Date1666/11/24
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeNotarial
Purposedeath inventory
Family NameDoeck
PersonDoeck, Cornelis
Name Modifierand his wife Cornelia Rocholst
Life Dates1613 |d 1664/05/09 |n Doeck
Marriage Date1637/11/28
Type of CeremonyK
OccupationRetail merchant |a Art dealer; Artist |a Painter
ResidenceAmsterdam
IntroductionInventaris vande naegelaten en metter doot ontruijmde goederen va zal. Kornelis Doeck in syn leven schilder ende Kornelia Rochels, echteluijden, gedaen beschreven opt aengeven van Joannes Loermans, als getrout sijnde met Kornelia Doeck, mitsgaders Baefje Doeck, huysvrou van Engelbrecht Nolpe, door my J.H. Leuven, openb. Not. binnen Amsterdam. Postscript: De inventariente verclaert alles oprechtelijck [gestellt] te hebben, den 26 november 1666. Amplification of 24 December 1666 (fol. 473-487): Vervolgh van den inventaris van de naervolgende goederen van za. Cornelis Doeck ende Cornelia Rochels waervan de jmboel, huysraet, silverwerck ende pottgens den 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 decembris is geinventariseert by my onderges. notaris ... en nu, op heeden Anno 1667, den 13 july, bevonden deese naevolgend goederen.
CommentaryOn 28 November 1637, Cornelis Willemsz., painter, from Amsterdam, living on the N.Z. Achterburchwal, was betrothed to Cornelia Rochols, 20, from Amsterdam, living in the Langestraet, assisted by her mother Cornelia Rocholt (DTB 447/53). On 15 January 1640, Cornelis Doeck and Cornelia Doecx had their daughter baptized in the N.K. in the presence of Trijntje Rochols (DTB 42/175). On 17 November 1644, they had their son Willem baptized in the O.K. in the presence of Dirck Bisschop and Cornelis Rochelt (DTB 8/33). On 10 March 1647, they had their daughter Emmeren baptized in the O.K. in the presence of Eljens Melchiors and Dirck Bisschop (DTB 8/120). On 13 September 1652, Johannes Croon, painter (cited in the NOTES to R 29100 of Montias2), made a deposition at the request of the art dealer Cornelis Doeck (Bredius, K√ľnstler-inventare p.846). In 1639, Cornelis Doeck was called formerly painter (eertijds schilder). By the time he died he had evidently became an art dealer (Bredius, De kunsthandel te Amsterdam in de xviie eeuw, Amsterdamsch Jaarboekje, 1891, p. 56). On 8 May 1664, Cornelis Doeck, painter, 51, made a deposition at the request of the wife of Admiral de Ruyter. He was buried in the South Church in Amsterdam on 26 May 1664 (Bredius, K√ľnster-inventare, p. 111).
NotaryJ.H. Leuven
Total Value4736 |d gulden
Art Value2600 |a gulden
# of Items586
Montias1 #438
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