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Hartogvelt, Pieter Barents

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Inventory #155
ArchiveGemeentearchief Amsterdam
Call Number14l64
Purposedeath inventory
Family NameHartogvelt
Owner NameHartogvelt, Pieter Barents
Owner Noteswith his wife Antoinetta Lamberts
Life Dates? |d 1662/08/22 |n Hartogvelt; ? |d 1662/06/27 |n Lamberts
OccupationRetail merchant |a Book dealer
ResidenceIn de Warmoesstraet in Amsterdam
ReligionRoman Catholic
IntroductionInventaris ende boedel van den goederen nagelaten by heer Pieter Barents Hartogvelt ende Antoinetta Lamberts in haer leven echteluyden, overgelevert door Mr. Bernardus van Haertogvelt soon ende mede erfgenaem van 't gen. Pieter Barents Hartogvelt ende Antoinetta Lamberts sulx ende sodanigh de pen. brieven off stat van dien bevonden is op 3 September des jars 1665 als waneer dito Mr. Bernardus van Hartogvelt nopende de administratie die by hem dies aengaende .... sijn vader overleden gehadt.
CommentaryPieter Barentsz. was the son of Barent Adriaensz. van Hartoghvelt of R 30608 of Montias2, bookseller in the Warmoesstraat (died on 15 October 1652) who is known to have been Roman Catholic (Elias, Vroedschap van Amsterdam, vol. 1, p.511). The crucifix in the inventory tends to confirm that he, too, was R.C. On 24 December 1646, Pieter Barentsz. Hartochvelt had his son Anthony, through the intercession of Jacob Temminck, merchant in Amsterdam, apprenticed to Jean van Peulen, merchant in Bordeaux, for two years. Jacob Temminck, born in Kleef, in December 1614, lived for some time in Amsterdam (in 1641 and at the date of the present inventory), but finally settled in his native city (Elias, Vroedschap van Amsterdam, p. 785-7). Pieter Barentsz. undertook to pay Van Peulen 600 f. in French money for his son's room and board in three installments (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven R.G.P. 144(1974), p. 478). The brothers of Barent Adriaensz., named Egbert and Christoffel, were respectively bookseller and mapmaker. Egbert. unlike Barent, was probably Reformed (Jaarboek Amstelodamum 10(1912), pp.146-7). Pieter Barentsz. was married to Antoinette, alias Tuentie, Lamberts, who was buried on 27 June 1662 (DTB 1047/96). He was buried in the O.K. on 22 August 1662 (DTB 1047/97). His brother Hendrick van Hartoghvelt, who was also bookseller, cited in the NOTES to R 30608 of Montias2, married the great grand daughter of Joost Buyck, bourgomaster before the Reformation (Jaarboek Amstelodamum 10(1912), p. 146.) Another brother, Anthony Hartoghsvelt (I) (1626-1662), soapboiler, married Elisabeth Corver, daughter of Pieter Pietersen Corver, the brother of Hendrick Pietersz. Corver (of R 21960 of Montias2). On 22 September 1645, Maria Loen, widow of Nicolaes Fontein (INVNO 523), had an inventory made of the goods she had left in the house and care of Pieter Barent Hartochvelt (R 429 of Montias1). Bernardus or Barnart van Hartochvelt, the son of Pieter Barentsz. Hartogvelt, was co-heir of the estate of his father (see the INTRO). He was said to be advocate in the Rockinstraet on 7 May 1667 (NA 2262, Not. Steeman). He was buried on 27 October 1689 (DTB 1048/6). It is not certain whether this was the same Bernardus van Hartochvelt, a militant Roman Catholic, who was forced to leave Amsterdam in 1663 for The Hague. This Bernardus van Hartochvelt was the brother of Ignatius van Hartochvelt, a Jesuit priest who died in the East Indies in 1652, and of the klopjes (lay sisters) Alida and Maria van Hartochvelt, who, on 4 March 1669, drew up a procuration to give Sr. Johannes Vermeer, living in Delft, power of attorney to help settle an outstanding dispute in Delft on their behalf (NA 3584, fols. 302-3, kindly communicated by Jaap van der Veen). On 1 September 1674, the honorable Theodorus de Jager, bachelor of major age, acknowledged having received from Bernardus Hartochvelt, pursuant to the testament of the late Hendrick de Jager and of Fina(?) de Jager, his late parents, also from Pieter Barents van Hartochvelt and Anthonetta Lamberts, his grandfather and grandmother, as well as from Sara Caspers, his allotted portion. Bernardus de Jager was said to be his brother (NA 2472, fol. 166, Notary R. Duee)
NotaryCornelis Tou
# of Items38
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Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001[a] [ANONYMOUS] de conterfeijtsels van Pieter Barents Hartochvelt en sijn huijsvrouw Antoinetta Lambers
0001[b] [ANONYMOUS] de conterfeijtsels van Pieter Barents Hartochvelt en sijn huijsvrouw Antoinetta Lambers
0002[a] [ANONYMOUS] twee schilderytges winter en somer
0002[b] [ANONYMOUS] twee schilderytges winter en somer
0003 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schildery van Andromeda en Perseus
0004 [ANONYMOUS] 1 contrafeijtsel van Barnevelt
0005 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schildery van Salomons recht
0006 [ANONYMOUS] 1 kleijn schilderytge van drye worstelaers
0008 CONINCXLOO, GILLIS VAN 1 lantschap van Coninxloo onvolmackt
0009 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderyken van Christus met het cruijs
0010 [ANONYMOUS] 1 dito [schilderyken] van den drie coningen
0011 [ANONYMOUS] 1 lantschapken met een ronde lyst
0012 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderiken van schepen in een achtkant lyst
0013 [ANONYMOUS] 1 contrafeijtsel van Aegt Stoffels
0014 [ANONYMOUS] 1 cruycifix
0015 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schildery van Loth
0016 [ANONYMOUS] 1 ditto [schildery] van Keyser Theodosius
0017 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schildery van den drie coningen
0018 [ANONYMOUS] 1 dito [schildery] van der engels groetenis
0019 [ANONYMOUS] 1 Lieve Vrouwtge cleyn
0020[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 cleyne lantschap schilderytges
0020[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 cleyne lantschap schilderytges
0021 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schildery van Paulus bekering
0022 [ANONYMOUS] 1 contrafeijtsel van den Prins Cardinael
0023 [ANONYMOUS] Maria Magdalena
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