Jacob Meyer

M, b. 1636
FatherBaschi Mäyer b. c 1605
MotherOttilla Müller
     Jacob Meyer was born in 1636. He was the son of Baschi Mäyer and Ottilla Müller. Jacob Meyer may have been the Jacob Meyer, a Mennonite who lived in 1685 in Gundersheim, Germany.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 34.

Ulrich Meyer

M, b. circa 1668, d. circa 1741
FatherJacob Meyer b. 1636
     Ulrich Meyer was born circa 1668.1 He was the son of Jacob Meyer. Ulrich Meyer married Eve (?)1 Ulrich Meyer may have been the Ulrich Meyer who was ordained a deacon in 1693. He would then have left for Friedrichstadt with his wife.1 He was the probable father of Ulrich Meyer.2 He resided in Mannheim, Germany, in 1706. And also in 1717.1 Ulrich Meyer purchased 200 acres of land adjoining the property of Jacob Moyer in Providence Township, Philadelphia County, presently Montgomery County, Pennsylvania on 29 December 1722.3 On 23 March 1734 his name was also recorded as Hans Ulrich Meyer.1 He left a will on 5 February 1735. The witnesses were Christopher Zimmerman, Mathias Rittenhouse and Thomas Bell.4 He died circa 1741 in Philadelphia County, now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.4 Ulrich's will was probated in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, on 1 March 1741. The will named the Rev. Michael Ziegler and Jacob Kolb as the executors of the estate. Jacob had predeceased Ulrich..4

Family

Eve (?) d. b 1747
Children
  • John Meyer b. c 1694
  • Samuel Meyer b. c 1696, d. 1751
  • Ulrich Meyer b. c 1700, d. 1727
  • Abraham Meyer b. c 1707, d. Aug 1794
  • Christian Meyer b. c 1709

Citations

  1. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 34.
  2. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 36.
  3. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 34, citing Deed G-8-397, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
  4. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 34, citing his will, Will F-286, Philadelphia.

Eve (?)

F, d. before 1747
     Eve (?) married Ulrich Meyer, son of Jacob Meyer.1 Eve Meyer was the probable mother of Ulrich Meyer.2 Eve Meyer died before 1747.1

Family

Ulrich Meyer b. c 1668, d. c 1741
Children
  • John Meyer b. c 1694
  • Samuel Meyer b. c 1696, d. 1751
  • Ulrich Meyer b. c 1700, d. 1727
  • Abraham Meyer b. c 1707, d. Aug 1794
  • Christian Meyer b. c 1709

Citations

  1. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 34.
  2. [S1356] Richard W Davis, Meyer 36.

Isaac van Bebber

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     Isaac van Bebber married Hester Opdengraff, daughter of Herman Opdengraff and Greitgen Pletjes.

Family

Hester Opdengraff b. 18 Jan 1609, d. 21 Feb 1643
Child

Isaac Jacobs van Bebber

M, b. 1661, d. 1723
FatherJacob Isaacs van Bebber b. c 1640, d. 1705
MotherStyntje Van Dulcken d. Sep 1711
     Isaac Jacobs van Bebber was born in 1661 in Krefeld, County of Meurs, Duchy of Cleves.1 He was the son of Jacob Isaacs van Bebber and Styntje Van Dulcken. Isaac Jacobs van Bebber immigrated in 1684 to Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1 He purchased from Jacob Telner one housand acres of land in Germantown Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1684.1 He married Veronica Schumacher on 28 May 1690.1 Isaac Jacobs van Bebber and Veronica van Bebber moved in 1704 to Bohemia Manor, today known as Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland.1 Isaac Jacobs van Bebber died in 1723 at age 62 years.1

Family

Veronica Schumacher b. 1672, d. 1701
Children
  • Jacob Isaacs van Bebber b. 26 Oct 1691, d. 1733
  • Veronica van Bebber b. 26 Oct 1691

Citations

  1. [S1563] Bender. "Isaac Jacobs van Bebber (1661-1723)." GAME Online. <[CD]>

Veronica Schumacher

F, b. 1672, d. 1701
     Veronica Schumacher was born in 1672. She married Isaac Jacobs van Bebber, son of Jacob Isaacs van Bebber and Styntje Van Dulcken, on 28 May 1690.1 Veronica Schumacher died in 1701 at age 29 years. She and Isaac Jacobs van Bebber moved in 1704 to Bohemia Manor, today known as Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland.1

Family

Isaac Jacobs van Bebber b. 1661, d. 1723
Children
  • Jacob Isaacs van Bebber b. 26 Oct 1691, d. 1733
  • Veronica van Bebber b. 26 Oct 1691

Citations

  1. [S1563] Bender. "Isaac Jacobs van Bebber (1661-1723)." GAME Online. <[CD]>

Unknown Van Dulcken

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Family

Children

Mathijs Van Dulcken

M, b. between 1630 and 1639, d. circa 1716
FatherUnknown Van Dulcken
     Mathijs Van Dulcken was born probably sometime between 1630 and 1639 possibly in Krefeld, County of Meurs, Duchy of Cleves.1 He was the son of Unknown Van Dulcken. Mathijs Van Dulcken married as his first wife Janneken Bongaerts.1 Mathijs Van Dulcken married as his second wife, Annika Oortman.1 Mathijs Van Dulcken had no children, at least none who survived, by either wife.1
      He was a successful merchant who worked in Utrecht1 and who lived with his wife near the Tollesteegpoort, one of the ancient gates of the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands.1 He was a Mennonite.1 He left a will in 1701 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. This is the first of two documents which prove his family relationships, including that Christiana, wife of Jacob Isaacs van Bebber of Pennsylvania was his sister Styntje Van Dulcken. Mathijs left to the Mennonite churches in Utrecht and Krefeld five hundred guilders each, to be given to the poor. He left 250 guilders to his nephew Matthias van Bebber, and another 250 guilders to his grandnephew Matthias van Bebber, the son of Hendrick Jacobssen van Bebber. He left one-third of his residue estate to his sister Styntie, wife of Jacob Van Bebber.1 He died circa 1716 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.1
      His estate was settled during a meeting of interested parties on 1 June 1724 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. A transcript of the notarial document created then, in translation, reads:
Present on the first of June this year, seventeen hundred twenty four, appeared before me, Hendrik Van Hees, Notary etc. And testified the below named, here on request of ...Margareta Oortman, sole instituted heir of Anneke Oortman, in her life [the] widow, estate holder, and survivor of Sr. Matthijs Van Dulken who was a merchant of ironwork here, --of the first [part], and the Misters Abraham Van Dulken and Dionys Oortman, merchants here, as executors of the testament of the before-named Matthijs Van Dulken; also the same Abraham Van Dulken, both for himself and as special representative of Mattheis, Christiaen, and Hendrik Van Dulken, Johan Van Emmerart, Johan Kroets, and Hendrik and Tryntje Arets Van Dulken, and empowered by proxy of September 1723 before Adolph Becker, Notary and attorney, filed at Krefeld. Item: Hester Van Dulken, widow of Cornelis Van Heuven, and Hubertus Van Bebber --for and in name of his father, Hendrik Van Bebber and his own brothers Isaac and Matthijs Van Bebber, children of Stijntje Van Dulcken, for whom he will in this firmly represent and ratify, and also the same invested heirs of the first-mentioned, called Matthijs Van Dulcken.1

Family 2

Annika Oortman

Citations

  1. [S1561] Identity of Christiana Van Bebber, online <http://17thcenturyhollanders.pbworks.com/w/page/24681485/…>.

Janneken Bongaerts

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     Janneken Bongaerts married Mathijs Van Dulcken, son of Unknown Van Dulcken.1

Family

Mathijs Van Dulcken b. bt 1630 - 1639, d. c 1716

Citations

  1. [S1561] Identity of Christiana Van Bebber, online <http://17thcenturyhollanders.pbworks.com/w/page/24681485/…>.

Annika Oortman

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     Annika Oortman married Mathijs Van Dulcken, son of Unknown Van Dulcken.1

Family

Mathijs Van Dulcken b. bt 1630 - 1639, d. c 1716

Citations

  1. [S1561] Identity of Christiana Van Bebber, online <http://17thcenturyhollanders.pbworks.com/w/page/24681485/…>.

Arent Van Dulcken

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FatherUnknown Van Dulcken
     Arent Van Dulcken was born. He was the son of Unknown Van Dulcken.

Family

Child
  • Tryntje Arets Van Dulcken

Hendrick Van Dulcken

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FatherUnknown Van Dulcken
     Hendrick Van Dulcken was born. He was the son of Unknown Van Dulcken. Hendrick Van Dulcken married Niesje Abinga.

Family

Niesje Abinga
Children
  • Mathijs Hendricks Van Dulcken
  • Hendrick Hendricks Van Dulcken