Joannes Koopman, born 1778, Married to Marta Brunselaar born 1778 and died Jan. 3, 1810 in Amsterdam. Three children, Anna Elisabeth (1801) Catharina (1802) and Joannes (1807) That's all I have been able to find. Does anyone have additional information, especially parents for both Joannes and Marta?
Harald Petersen - 27 nov 2017 om 23:15
Prior to that they lived in Santpoort where the following children were registered:
Their marriage was registered here as well on April 18th 1795 [link] where it is mentioned that they both lived there.
JP Ouweltjes - 28 nov 2017 om 06:04
marriage supplements Jan de Ridder Catharina Koopman
Joannes (Jan) died 03-07-1813 Den Helder x Martha Brunselaar housewife van Jan Koopman is to bury 13-01-1810 Amsterdam
Jan is Born (change not Slaten) Laten in Departement de Lippe look for his dead certificate
Jan Koopman death certificate 03-07-1813 Den Helder, (added) last lived in Amsterdam
Elisabeth - 28 nov 2017 om 07:09
Martha Brunselaar witnessed the marriage between Marcelis van Kessel and IJda van der Linden on October 30th 1791 in Velsen [link]
JP Ouweltjes - 28 nov 2017 om 08:21
In Amsterdam, Jan Koopman and Marta Brunselaar owned a "tapperswinkel" (liquor store) in the year 1801 [link].
JP Ouweltjes - 28 nov 2017 om 08:24
The village of Brunslar is not far from Kassel, Germany.
JP Ouweltjes - 28 nov 2017 om 08:29
@Elisabeth: I read Laten, not Slaten, as the place of birth. No idea yet where this was exactly in the Department of Lippe.
JP Ouweltjes - 28 nov 2017 om 09:13
All helpful information, however I still cannot find any information about either of their parents. Still hoping someone can help
Harald Petersen - 1 dec 2017 om 01:28
Dear Harald, Jan Koopman came from Lathen in Germany. Searching in parish records in Germany is not that easy. In order to get further directions on how to approach that, I suggest to post a new question in the Duitsland subforum on Stamboomforum.
The name Brunselaar (Brunsler, Brunselar, Bruinselaar, Brunselaer, Bronselaar, etc) is also clearly of German origin, as the family name refers to the village of Bronslar. The name pops up at different places in the Netherlands [link] but none of those appears to be linked to Martha nor Bartha (suspectedly a sister of Martha). You might be lucky by setting up an extensive search but it is not simple.
Hope this helped.
JP Ouweltjes - 1 dec 2017 om 07:50
Brunselaar/op de Brunsel/Brunselman is also a name in Raalte (Overijssel).
In 1758 married Joannes Brunselaar with Elisabeth Hesselink.
They have a child Marta and Bertha, baptized R.C. in Raalte 19-12-1769 and 12-04-1759
03-05-1758 Joannes Brunselaar
Testibus Anna Catharina Kok et Elisabeth Rixmans - Raalte
19-12-1769 d: Martha v: Joannes Brunselaar
m: Elisabetha Hesseling
g: Phenenna matre matris - Raalte
12-04-1759 d: Bertha v: Joannes Bunselaar
m: Elisabetha Hesselings
g: Bertha, sorore matris, cujus loco Fennigje Jansen - Raalte
carolina - 1 dec 2017 om 13:41
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