Genealogische website van Cees Hagenbeek
Theobald van Chartres en Blois
Theobald van Chartres en Blois, ovl. voor 942.

relatie
met

Richilde van Parijs (de Blois), dr. van Robert IV 'de Sterke' van Parijs (hertog van Francië) en Agane ? .

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Theobald I  †975   


Marijtge Pardon
Marijtge Pardon, ged. Leiden op 11 apr 1779.


Trijntje Willems Hogeveen
Trijntje Willems Hogeveen, ovl. 's-Gravenzande in 1715.

tr. 's-Gravenzande op 29 dec 1655
met

Willem Jacobsz Rodenburg, zn. van Jacob Leendersz Rodenburg en Ariaantje Jans, geb. Naaldwijk in 1634, ovl. tussen 1673 en 1680.

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Jaapje 's-Gravenzande †1749 's-Gravenzande  


Cas Hagenbeek
Cas Hagenbeek.

 
 


Marcomir des Francs Ripuaires
Marcomir des Francs Ripuaires, geb. circa 220, koning der Franken, ovl. circa 281.

een zoon:

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Genebaud I*245  †289  44


Matthijs van Reijn
Matthijs van Reijn, geb. Rotterdam op 7 dec 1816, graanmeter, ovl. Rotterdam op 20 jul 1882.

tr. Rotterdam op 28 aug 1839 Rotterdam Akte Jaar 1839 Nummer b81
met

Cornelia Johanna den Roggen, dr. van Pieter den Roggen en Cornelia (Neeltje) van der Helm, geb. Rotterdam op 5 nov 1817, ovl. Rotterdam op 10 dec 1886.

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Arnoldus*1845 Rotterdam †1917 Rotterdam 72


Cornelia Johanna den Roggen
Cornelia Johanna den Roggen, geb. Rotterdam op 5 nov 1817, ovl. Rotterdam op 10 dec 1886.

tr. Rotterdam op 28 aug 1839 Rotterdam Akte Jaar 1839 Nummer b81
met

Matthijs van Reijn, zn. van Gerrit (Gerardus Pieter) van Reijn (sjouwer) en Sijntje (Josijna Jilles) Houberg(en), geb. Rotterdam op 7 dec 1816, graanmeter, ovl. Rotterdam op 20 jul 1882.

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Arnoldus*1845 Rotterdam †1917 Rotterdam 72


Lydia Eberstadt
Lydia Eberstadt, geb. Halver op 7 okt 1852, ovl. Winterswijk op 1 mei 1910.


Carl August Eberstadt
Carl August Eberstadt, geb. Winterswijk op 8 okt 1855, winkelier, ovl. op 3 feb 1928.


Helena Eberstadt
Helena Eberstadt, geb. Winterswijk op 2 mei 1858, ovl. Arnhem op 25 okt 1941.

tr. op 19 feb 1889
met

Karel Christiaan ten Pas, ovl. op 18 feb 1914


Herman Eberstadt
Herman Eberstadt, geb. Winterswijk op 11 jul 1860, koopman, ovl. Arnhem op 22 sep 1945.

tr. Arnhem op 19 mei 1888
met

Anna Margaretha Petronella Rutgers, ovl. Oosterbeek op 18 feb 1943.

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Hendrika*1897 Arnhem †1978 Den Haag 81


Frederik Eberstadt
Frederik Eberstadt, geb. Winterswijk op 7 jul 1866, winkelier, ovl. Winterswijk op 15 sep 1950.


Karel Christiaan ten Pas
Karel Christiaan ten Pas, ovl. op 18 feb 1914.

tr. op 19 feb 1889
met

Helena Eberstadt, dr. van Johann Carl August Eberstadt (koopman/evangelist) en Helene Viebahn, geb. Winterswijk op 2 mei 1858, ovl. Arnhem op 25 okt 1941


Anna Margaretha Petronella Rutgers
Anna Margaretha Petronella Rutgers, ovl. Oosterbeek op 18 feb 1943.

tr. Arnhem op 19 mei 1888
met

Herman Eberstadt, zn. van Johann Carl August Eberstadt (koopman/evangelist) en Helene Viebahn, geb. Winterswijk op 11 jul 1860, koopman, ovl. Arnhem op 22 sep 1945.

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Hendrika*1897 Arnhem †1978 Den Haag 81


Friederich = Isaac Levi = Moses Löb Eberstadt
Friederich = Isaac Levi = Moses Löb Eberstadt, geb. Eberstadt (Baden) [Duitsland] circa 1750, rabbi en koopman, ovl. Boedighem bij Buchen (Odenwald, Baden) [Duitsland] voor 1809, begr. Boedighem bij Buchen (Odenwald, Baden) [Duitsland] op het Joodse kerkhof,
, Globally speaking there is at this moment in the world one big Eberstadt family. All the living Eberstadt-members descend from Löb (Joseph) Moses Eberstadt who lived from about 1650-1705 in Worms, Hessen (Germany).
The family name Eberstadt is probably derived from the little town Eberstadt near Darmstadt, to which Löb Moses about 1667-1679 fled temporarily to evade the pest which reigned in Worms. He, Löb Eberstadt, is mentioned as living in Worms in 1679 in the house "Zum roten Lowen" (In the Red Lion).
After about 1850 the Eberstadt's began to spread out of Worms, first to other towns in Germany and to the United States, later to Great Britain and South America. They all prospered well and became known in the banking- and other business fields or as intellectuals. From origin a jewish family, several of the family-members adopted later the christian faith.
From about 1850 till 1960 there was in the Netherlands also an Eberstadt-family, which died out in straight line in 1966. About 1850 Carl August Eberstadt and his family settled down in Winterswijk in the east of the Netherlands near Germany. At that time he was an evangelist related to the Brüderverein in Germany and the Darbist and Baptist religious groups in the Netherlands.
Carl August Eberstadt represented another, from origin jewish, Eberstadt-family which had his origins in and near the Odenwald in Germany viz. the little towns of Eberstadt (near Buchen) and Hilsbach in Baden (50 to 30 km east and south of Heidelberg)
There is no proven blood relationship between the Eberstadt's of Worms and the "Dutch" Eberstadt's of Eberstadt/Hilsbach, though there was a time that the Worms-Eberstadt's were believed to originate also from Eberstadt near Buchen.
Let us enter into detail in the "Dutch" Eberstadt's.
What we know about the origins is that it all goes back to about 1750 when, according to the public administration, a Friedrich Eberstadt (appr. 1750 -1809), merchant, must have been born probably in Eberstadt near Buchen. His wife became Elisabeth Susmann. According to the jewish records, mentioned in the protestant churchbooks of Hilsbach, his hebraic name was Isaac Levi or Moses Löb, rabbi, and the name of his wife. Babette Susmann, daughter of Levi Susmann, living in Hilsbach. Friedrich must have died in Hilsbach about 1810, Elisabeth in 1834.
The family name Eberstadt turns up in the public administration for the first time in 1809 when the widow BessIe Isak Eberstatt in Hilsbach is mentioned with 2 sons and 3 daughters. In another list of 1813 from Hilsbach it is clear that the widow Isac Levi took the family name Eberstadt. Did she adopt the name Eberstadt because her husband came from Eberstadt? He was mentioned a Schutzbürger (protected civilian) of Eberstadt.
The jewish records in the Hilsbach churchbooks tell us more. On 8 February 1834 died Babette (= Elisabeth) Eberstättin, widow of Moses Löb Eberstadt, rabbi. She was appr. 84 years old.
On the 20th March 1828 a child, Gumbel Featge was born, son of the unmarried daughter of the defunct Isaak Levi von Eberstatt and his in Hilsbach living widow Besseder Babet ( = Elisabeth).
On the same day died Liebet Eberstätterin (born in 1800), daughter of the defunct
Eberstadt-Schutzbürger Isaac Levi and his in Hilsbach living widow Besseder Babet. Liebet, apparently the mother of Gumbel was 28 years old and was buried in the jewish cemetery Waibstadt.
On the 22nd January 1862 died the unmarried Fanny Eberstätter born, in 1782 in Hilsbach. She was 80 years old and was buried in the jewish cemetery Bödigheim.
Summarized: Friedrich Eberstadt, Schutzbürger of Eberstadt bei Buchen and Elisabeth Susmann, both born about 1750 and living in Hilsbach (Baden) had 5 children, viz. 2 Victor= Jacob Daniel Eberstadt (see later), 1 Fanny Eberstadt 3 Liebet Eberstadt 4 a son (no records) 5 a daughter (no records).
The marriage and death records of Jacob Daniel Eberstadt (1790-1832), merchant, show that he was the son of Friedrich Eberstadt and Elisabeth Susmann from Hilsbach. There is no birthcertificate or birth record of Jacob Daniel, but from other sources it is clear that he was born in 1790 under the name of Victor Eberstadt, Hilsbach (Baden), of jewish parents. In 1821 Victor Eberstadt was baptized christianly in Bornheim near Frankfurt and adopted his new christian name Jacob Daniel. On the 6th of April 1825 Jacob Daniel E. married in Ründeroth (Bergische Land) Wilhelmina Niebel, born in 1801 near Ründeroth. Jacob Daniel E. died near Ründeroth in 1832, 42 years old and Wilhelmina Niebel in Winterswijk (the Netherlands) in 1859. No particulars are known about them.
Johann Carl August Eberstadt (1829-1908), merchant and later evangelist was the only child of Jacob Daniel E. and Wilhelmina Niebel. He was born near Ründeroth on 17 February 1829 and he died in Winterswijk 29 January 1908. He married in Halver near Elberfeld/Wuppertal in the Protestant church on 13 May 1851 at the age of 22 with Helene Viebahn, who was then 27. In the dutch publication "Een is Uw Meester" by Dr W.J. Ouweneel, one chapter is dedicated to Carl August Eberstadt, an evangelist-pioneer of the Brother-movement (Brüderverein/Darbists/Baptists) . As he was only 3 years old when his father died, Carl August was raised - according to family history - at coreligionis who gave him a severe education. Around 1850 he must have come into contact with the "Evangelische Brüderverein" founded in that year and which had its base in Elberfeld (about 30 km of Halver). With other brother -evangelists Carl August was arrested in 1853 in Dillenburg (Nassau) for preaching there and extradicted to Hessen.
In 1854 the authorities in Arnsberg allowed Eberstadt and his wife and daughter to emigrate to Winterswijk in the Netherlands, just over the border with Germany where a small group of the "Brothers" existed. At that time there was no strict borderline between the Brothers (Darbists) and the Baptists and so we find Carl August in 1854/1855 several times in Amsterdam where he had discussions with the Baptist-group, which even lead to a split in Baptists and Darbists. He, as evangelist, even visited and worked under the Brothers in Silesia.
The Winterswijk-Brother- community supported C.A. Eberstadt financially and so he could buy a big shop in the Market place where he started a drapery -business.
The couple Eberstadt-Viebahn had totally 6 children: 3 sons and 3 daughters. Two sons and one daughter (1, 2 and 3) remained unmarried and later ran the drapery -business.
Daughter Helena Eberstadt (4) married Karel Christiaan ten Pas in 1889. Their son August changed his name by permission of Queen Juliana around 1965 in Eberstadt ten Pas, of which a descendant is still living in Hengelo.
Son Herman Eberstadt (1860-1945), (nr. 5), merchant, married Margaretha Rutgers and had 3 daughters. They lived in Arnhem/Oosterbeek. His daughter Hendrika Johanna Eberstadt married August Carel van der Velden, the son of Jan Dirk van der Velden and Anna Berendina Eberstadt (see later). The son of August Carel van der Velden and Hendrika J. Eberstadt changed his name around 1960 in Eberstadt van der Velden of which there are several descendants.
Daughter Anna Berendina Eberstadt (nr. 6) of Carl August Eberstadt, who lived from 1863-1939, schoolteacher, married the Presbytarian Minister Jan Dirk van der Velden (1859-1947) and had 8 children, of which August Carel (1890-1955) (see above) and Willem Adriaan van der Velden (1900-1981), banker in Rotterdam, whose son Matthijs van der Velden is the author of this note.
Another daughter of Herman Eberstadt was Helena Eberstadt (unmarried), who died in 1966 as the last "Dutch" Eberstadt.

tr.
met

Elisabeth Susmann, dr. van Levy Susmann, geb. Hilsbach (Baden) [Duitsland] tussen 1750 en 1760, ovl. Hilsbach (Baden) [Duitsland] in 1834, begr. Waibstadt [Duitsland] in 1834 op de Joodse begraafplaats.

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Jacob*1790 Hilsbach [Duitsland] †1832 Oberhollenberg [Duitsland] 42


Elisabeth Susmann
Elisabeth Susmann, geb. Hilsbach (Baden) [Duitsland] tussen 1750 en 1760, ovl. Hilsbach (Baden) [Duitsland] in 1834, begr. Waibstadt [Duitsland] in 1834 op de Joodse begraafplaats.

tr.
met

Friederich = Isaac Levi = Moses Löb Eberstadt, geb. Eberstadt (Baden) [Duitsland] circa 1750, rabbi en koopman, ovl. Boedighem bij Buchen (Odenwald, Baden) [Duitsland] voor 1809, begr. Boedighem bij Buchen (Odenwald, Baden) [Duitsland] op het Joodse kerkhof,
, Globally speaking there is at this moment in the world one big Eberstadt family. All the living Eberstadt-members descend from Löb (Joseph) Moses Eberstadt who lived from about 1650-1705 in Worms, Hessen (Germany).
The family name Eberstadt is probably derived from the little town Eberstadt near Darmstadt, to which Löb Moses about 1667-1679 fled temporarily to evade the pest which reigned in Worms. He, Löb Eberstadt, is mentioned as living in Worms in 1679 in the house "Zum roten Lowen" (In the Red Lion).
After about 1850 the Eberstadt's began to spread out of Worms, first to other towns in Germany and to the United States, later to Great Britain and South America. They all prospered well and became known in the banking- and other business fields or as intellectuals. From origin a jewish family, several of the family-members adopted later the christian faith.
From about 1850 till 1960 there was in the Netherlands also an Eberstadt-family, which died out in straight line in 1966. About 1850 Carl August Eberstadt and his family settled down in Winterswijk in the east of the Netherlands near Germany. At that time he was an evangelist related to the Brüderverein in Germany and the Darbist and Baptist religious groups in the Netherlands.
Carl August Eberstadt represented another, from origin jewish, Eberstadt-family which had his origins in and near the Odenwald in Germany viz. the little towns of Eberstadt (near Buchen) and Hilsbach in Baden (50 to 30 km east and south of Heidelberg)
There is no proven blood relationship between the Eberstadt's of Worms and the "Dutch" Eberstadt's of Eberstadt/Hilsbach, though there was a time that the Worms-Eberstadt's were believed to originate also from Eberstadt near Buchen.
Let us enter into detail in the "Dutch" Eberstadt's.
What we know about the origins is that it all goes back to about 1750 when, according to the public administration, a Friedrich Eberstadt (appr. 1750 -1809), merchant, must have been born probably in Eberstadt near Buchen. His wife became Elisabeth Susmann. According to the jewish records, mentioned in the protestant churchbooks of Hilsbach, his hebraic name was Isaac Levi or Moses Löb, rabbi, and the name of his wife. Babette Susmann, daughter of Levi Susmann, living in Hilsbach. Friedrich must have died in Hilsbach about 1810, Elisabeth in 1834.
The family name Eberstadt turns up in the public administration for the first time in 1809 when the widow BessIe Isak Eberstatt in Hilsbach is mentioned with 2 sons and 3 daughters. In another list of 1813 from Hilsbach it is clear that the widow Isac Levi took the family name Eberstadt. Did she adopt the name Eberstadt because her husband came from Eberstadt? He was mentioned a Schutzbürger (protected civilian) of Eberstadt.
The jewish records in the Hilsbach churchbooks tell us more. On 8 February 1834 died Babette (= Elisabeth) Eberstättin, widow of Moses Löb Eberstadt, rabbi. She was appr. 84 years old.
On the 20th March 1828 a child, Gumbel Featge was born, son of the unmarried daughter of the defunct Isaak Levi von Eberstatt and his in Hilsbach living widow Besseder Babet ( = Elisabeth).
On the same day died Liebet Eberstätterin (born in 1800), daughter of the defunct
Eberstadt-Schutzbürger Isaac Levi and his in Hilsbach living widow Besseder Babet. Liebet, apparently the mother of Gumbel was 28 years old and was buried in the jewish cemetery Waibstadt.
On the 22nd January 1862 died the unmarried Fanny Eberstätter born, in 1782 in Hilsbach. She was 80 years old and was buried in the jewish cemetery Bödigheim.
Summarized: Friedrich Eberstadt, Schutzbürger of Eberstadt bei Buchen and Elisabeth Susmann, both born about 1750 and living in Hilsbach (Baden) had 5 children, viz. 2 Victor= Jacob Daniel Eberstadt (see later), 1 Fanny Eberstadt 3 Liebet Eberstadt 4 a son (no records) 5 a daughter (no records).
The marriage and death records of Jacob Daniel Eberstadt (1790-1832), merchant, show that he was the son of Friedrich Eberstadt and Elisabeth Susmann from Hilsbach. There is no birthcertificate or birth record of Jacob Daniel, but from other sources it is clear that he was born in 1790 under the name of Victor Eberstadt, Hilsbach (Baden), of jewish parents. In 1821 Victor Eberstadt was baptized christianly in Bornheim near Frankfurt and adopted his new christian name Jacob Daniel. On the 6th of April 1825 Jacob Daniel E. married in Ründeroth (Bergische Land) Wilhelmina Niebel, born in 1801 near Ründeroth. Jacob Daniel E. died near Ründeroth in 1832, 42 years old and Wilhelmina Niebel in Winterswijk (the Netherlands) in 1859. No particulars are known about them.
Johann Carl August Eberstadt (1829-1908), merchant and later evangelist was the only child of Jacob Daniel E. and Wilhelmina Niebel. He was born near Ründeroth on 17 February 1829 and he died in Winterswijk 29 January 1908. He married in Halver near Elberfeld/Wuppertal in the Protestant church on 13 May 1851 at the age of 22 with Helene Viebahn, who was then 27. In the dutch publication "Een is Uw Meester" by Dr W.J. Ouweneel, one chapter is dedicated to Carl August Eberstadt, an evangelist-pioneer of the Brother-movement (Brüderverein/Darbists/Baptists) . As he was only 3 years old when his father died, Carl August was raised - according to family history - at coreligionis who gave him a severe education. Around 1850 he must have come into contact with the "Evangelische Brüderverein" founded in that year and which had its base in Elberfeld (about 30 km of Halver). With other brother -evangelists Carl August was arrested in 1853 in Dillenburg (Nassau) for preaching there and extradicted to Hessen.
In 1854 the authorities in Arnsberg allowed Eberstadt and his wife and daughter to emigrate to Winterswijk in the Netherlands, just over the border with Germany where a small group of the "Brothers" existed. At that time there was no strict borderline between the Brothers (Darbists) and the Baptists and so we find Carl August in 1854/1855 several times in Amsterdam where he had discussions with the Baptist-group, which even lead to a split in Baptists and Darbists. He, as evangelist, even visited and worked under the Brothers in Silesia.
The Winterswijk-Brother- community supported C.A. Eberstadt financially and so he could buy a big shop in the Market place where he started a drapery -business.
The couple Eberstadt-Viebahn had totally 6 children: 3 sons and 3 daughters. Two sons and one daughter (1, 2 and 3) remained unmarried and later ran the drapery -business.
Daughter Helena Eberstadt (4) married Karel Christiaan ten Pas in 1889. Their son August changed his name by permission of Queen Juliana around 1965 in Eberstadt ten Pas, of which a descendant is still living in Hengelo.
Son Herman Eberstadt (1860-1945), (nr. 5), merchant, married Margaretha Rutgers and had 3 daughters. They lived in Arnhem/Oosterbeek. His daughter Hendrika Johanna Eberstadt married August Carel van der Velden, the son of Jan Dirk van der Velden and Anna Berendina Eberstadt (see later). The son of August Carel van der Velden and Hendrika J. Eberstadt changed his name around 1960 in Eberstadt van der Velden of which there are several descendants.
Daughter Anna Berendina Eberstadt (nr. 6) of Carl August Eberstadt, who lived from 1863-1939, schoolteacher, married the Presbytarian Minister Jan Dirk van der Velden (1859-1947) and had 8 children, of which August Carel (1890-1955) (see above) and Willem Adriaan van der Velden (1900-1981), banker in Rotterdam, whose son Matthijs van der Velden is the author of this note.
Another daughter of Herman Eberstadt was Helena Eberstadt (unmarried), who died in 1966 as the last "Dutch" Eberstadt.

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Jacob*1790 Hilsbach [Duitsland] †1832 Oberhollenberg [Duitsland] 42


Levy Susmann
Levy Susmann.

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Elisabeth*1750 Hilsbach (Baden) [Duitsland] †1834 Hilsbach (Baden) [Duitsland] 84


Johan Wilhelm Peter Niebel
Johan Wilhelm Peter Niebel, geb. Wallefeld [Duitsland], ged. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 28 dec 1759, timmerman, ovl. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 28 dec 1759.

tr. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 21 nov 1793
met

Anna Gertrud (Maria Gertraud) Mücher, dr. van Johann Peter Mücher en Juli Anna Christiane Wilmünden, ged. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 25 mrt 1774, ovl. Wallefeld [Duitsland] voor 1793.

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Wilhelmina*1801 Wallefeld [Duitsland] †1859 Winterswijk 57


Maria Gertraud Mücher
Anna Gertrud (Maria Gertraud) Mücher, ged. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 25 mrt 1774, ovl. Wallefeld [Duitsland] voor 1793.

tr. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 21 nov 1793
met

Johan Wilhelm Peter Niebel, zn. van Johann Christian Niebel (timmerman) en Engel Maria Selbach, geb. Wallefeld [Duitsland], ged. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 28 dec 1759, timmerman, ovl. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 28 dec 1759.

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Wilhelmina*1801 Wallefeld [Duitsland] †1859 Winterswijk 57


Johann Christian Niebel
Johann Christian Niebel, geb. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 16 mrt 1734, timmerman, ovl. Wallefeld [Duitsland] op 17 dec 1802.

tr. Ründeroth [Duitsland] op 29 aug 1753
met

Engel Maria Selbach, dr. van Adolf Selbach (kerkmeester) en Maria Haardt, geb. op 20 jan 1731, ovl. Wallefeld [Duitsland] op 29 jun 1776.

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Johan~1759 Wallefeld [Duitsland] †1759 Ründeroth [Duitsland] 0