Genealogische website van Cees Hagenbeek
Maria Hagerhoff
Maria Hagerhoff, geb. Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich [Duitsland] circa 1619, ovl. Monschau [Duitsland] in 1648.

tr.
met

Claus Heinrich George Rittinghausen, zn. van Georgius Nicolas Rittinghausen en Ursula Rosina Rittenhouse (Stadtmann), geb. Broich a.d. Ruhr circa 1615, ovl. voor 1678.

Uit dit huwelijk 4 kinderen, waaronder:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Wilhelm*1644 Mühlheim [Duitsland] †1707 Philadelphia [Verenigde Staten] 63
Ermgard*1638 Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich [Duitsland] †1654  16
Heinrich*1642 Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich [Duitsland] †1716 Dordrecht 74


Wilhelm Rittinghausen
Wilhelm Rittinghausen, geb. Mühlheim [Duitsland] tot Coldenhave circa 1644, ovl. Philadelphia [Verenigde Staten] op 18 feb 1707,
, Grondvester van de Rittenhouse Papermill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Wilhelm Rittinghausen, born in 1644, learned the papermaking trade in Mulheim, Germany, while working at his uncles Adolf and Mathias Vorster's mill. Wilhelm ande his uncle Mathias later went to Holland, where they were employed in a Gelderland mill near Arnhem. In 1688, Mr. Rittinghausen, by now a Dutch citizen, emigrated to British North America and changed his name to William Rittenhouse. In 1690, he established a paper mill on the Monoshone Creek near Germantown, which is now Philadelphia. Joining him in the venture were three partners, Robert Turner, Thomas Tresse, and a printer named William Bradford.
Mr. Rittenhouse's knowledge and skill played a major role in this courageous undertaking. His ability to organize financial backers as partners and a printer-partner as a contractual customer for the products led to an expedient and successful enterprise. Previous to this operation, all paper was imported from Europe and taxed accordingly. The new mill provided a local source of printing, writing, and wrapping paper, as well as pasteboard. Mr. Rittenhouse could well be called America's father of recycling, since all of the mill's fiber for hand papermaking was obtained from discarded rags and cotton.
In 1706, Mr. Rittenhouse bought out the other partners and became sole proprietor of Rittenhouse Paper Mill. He, and later his son, Claus, trained and developed a versatile work force to produce good products. This eventually led to starting up additional mills in Pennsylvania. Mr. Rittenhouse proved that papermaking in America could be a viable, economically sound business. Thus began the saga a vital and dynamic industry that fulfilled a significant role in America's growth.
Mr. Rittenhouse died in 1708 and left the paper mill to his son, Claus. The business prospered at the site, and was operated by six generations of family descendants. For twenty years, Rittenhouse Paper Mill was the only paper mill in the Colonies. In 1710, William Dewees, who was married to Claus Rittenhouse's sister, built a mill nearby in Chestnut Hill, having learned the trade at Rittenhouse Paper Mill. In 1729, the Willcox Ivey Mill was built in Chester County.
Forty years after the founding of Rittenhouse Paper Mill, the number of printers and paper mills grew exponentially. The Rittenhouse family monopoly in paper was over, but Mr. Rittenhouse's descendants continued making paper on the Monoshone Creek until the 19th Century Industrial Revolution, when the development of the Fourdrinier, with its endless web and cylinder papermaking, changed the industry forever. The story begins with William Rittenhouse, born Wilhelm Rittinghausen in
1644 in the village of Broich near the town of Mulheim on the Ruhr River, in
the northwest corner of Germany only a few miles from the border with Holland.
His father's name was Claus and his mother was Maria Hagerhoff. His father's
sister Ermgard had married the papermaker Mathias Vorster whose older brother
Adolf had leased a paper mill in Broich just before Wilhelm was born. Wilhelm
probably learned the trade from Adolf Vorster at an early age. About 1660
Mathias, as was customary with younger sons, struck off on his own; he and
Ermgard went to work in Eerbeck in the province of Gelderland, Holland, and
their teenage nephew Wilhelm went with them. In 1665 Wilhelm married Geertruid
Pieters of Eerbeck; their son Claus was born the next year. By 1672 both Uncle
and nephew had moved to the mill at Rozendaal near Arnhem. In 1678 Mathais
became the head of the large mill there and sent Wilhelm to Amsterdam to be
the mill's agent in that publishing center. When Wilhelm applied for
citizenship in amsterdam he filed papers stating his place of birth, mother's
name, and profession. These documents were found in the 19th century, but the
rest of the story was unearthed only a few years ago by a Dutch paper
historian Henk Voorn in the church and town records of several Dutch
papermaking villages. Voorn has ended a century of speculation about the
origins of the Rittenhouse family which at one point went so far as to imagine
them part of the royal house of Hapsburg. We do not know what caused Wilhelm
to emigrate to Philadelphia after a decade in Amsterdam. In Amsterdam his was
converted to the Mennonite faith, and he may have met William Penn there in
the 1670s of 1680s.(he was to become a leader of the Mennonites in
Pennsylvania.).

otr. Loenen, tr. Hall in jun 16651
met

Geertruid Kersten Pieters, geb. Eerbeek bij Brummen circa 1648, ovl. Philadelphia [Verenigde Staten] in 1708.

Uit dit huwelijk 6 kinderen.


Bronnen:
1.Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall (T 242), Gelders Archief, Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall 0176, Inventarisnr.: 374.1, Nederduits Gereformeerd, Hall, 1702 (jun 1665 blz. 5)


Geertruid Kersten Pieters
Geertruid Kersten Pieters, geb. Eerbeek bij Brummen circa 1648, ovl. Philadelphia [Verenigde Staten] in 1708.

otr. Loenen, tr. Hall in jun 16651
met

Wilhelm Rittinghausen, zn. van Claus Heinrich George Rittinghausen en Maria Hagerhoff, geb. Mühlheim [Duitsland] tot Coldenhave circa 1644, ovl. Philadelphia [Verenigde Staten] op 18 feb 1707,
, Grondvester van de Rittenhouse Papermill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Wilhelm Rittinghausen, born in 1644, learned the papermaking trade in Mulheim, Germany, while working at his uncles Adolf and Mathias Vorster's mill. Wilhelm ande his uncle Mathias later went to Holland, where they were employed in a Gelderland mill near Arnhem. In 1688, Mr. Rittinghausen, by now a Dutch citizen, emigrated to British North America and changed his name to William Rittenhouse. In 1690, he established a paper mill on the Monoshone Creek near Germantown, which is now Philadelphia. Joining him in the venture were three partners, Robert Turner, Thomas Tresse, and a printer named William Bradford.
Mr. Rittenhouse's knowledge and skill played a major role in this courageous undertaking. His ability to organize financial backers as partners and a printer-partner as a contractual customer for the products led to an expedient and successful enterprise. Previous to this operation, all paper was imported from Europe and taxed accordingly. The new mill provided a local source of printing, writing, and wrapping paper, as well as pasteboard. Mr. Rittenhouse could well be called America's father of recycling, since all of the mill's fiber for hand papermaking was obtained from discarded rags and cotton.
In 1706, Mr. Rittenhouse bought out the other partners and became sole proprietor of Rittenhouse Paper Mill. He, and later his son, Claus, trained and developed a versatile work force to produce good products. This eventually led to starting up additional mills in Pennsylvania. Mr. Rittenhouse proved that papermaking in America could be a viable, economically sound business. Thus began the saga a vital and dynamic industry that fulfilled a significant role in America's growth.
Mr. Rittenhouse died in 1708 and left the paper mill to his son, Claus. The business prospered at the site, and was operated by six generations of family descendants. For twenty years, Rittenhouse Paper Mill was the only paper mill in the Colonies. In 1710, William Dewees, who was married to Claus Rittenhouse's sister, built a mill nearby in Chestnut Hill, having learned the trade at Rittenhouse Paper Mill. In 1729, the Willcox Ivey Mill was built in Chester County.
Forty years after the founding of Rittenhouse Paper Mill, the number of printers and paper mills grew exponentially. The Rittenhouse family monopoly in paper was over, but Mr. Rittenhouse's descendants continued making paper on the Monoshone Creek until the 19th Century Industrial Revolution, when the development of the Fourdrinier, with its endless web and cylinder papermaking, changed the industry forever. The story begins with William Rittenhouse, born Wilhelm Rittinghausen in
1644 in the village of Broich near the town of Mulheim on the Ruhr River, in
the northwest corner of Germany only a few miles from the border with Holland.
His father's name was Claus and his mother was Maria Hagerhoff. His father's
sister Ermgard had married the papermaker Mathias Vorster whose older brother
Adolf had leased a paper mill in Broich just before Wilhelm was born. Wilhelm
probably learned the trade from Adolf Vorster at an early age. About 1660
Mathias, as was customary with younger sons, struck off on his own; he and
Ermgard went to work in Eerbeck in the province of Gelderland, Holland, and
their teenage nephew Wilhelm went with them. In 1665 Wilhelm married Geertruid
Pieters of Eerbeck; their son Claus was born the next year. By 1672 both Uncle
and nephew had moved to the mill at Rozendaal near Arnhem. In 1678 Mathais
became the head of the large mill there and sent Wilhelm to Amsterdam to be
the mill's agent in that publishing center. When Wilhelm applied for
citizenship in amsterdam he filed papers stating his place of birth, mother's
name, and profession. These documents were found in the 19th century, but the
rest of the story was unearthed only a few years ago by a Dutch paper
historian Henk Voorn in the church and town records of several Dutch
papermaking villages. Voorn has ended a century of speculation about the
origins of the Rittenhouse family which at one point went so far as to imagine
them part of the royal house of Hapsburg. We do not know what caused Wilhelm
to emigrate to Philadelphia after a decade in Amsterdam. In Amsterdam his was
converted to the Mennonite faith, and he may have met William Penn there in
the 1670s of 1680s.(he was to become a leader of the Mennonites in
Pennsylvania.).

Uit dit huwelijk 6 kinderen.


Bronnen:
1.Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall (T 242), Gelders Archief, Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall 0176, Inventarisnr.: 374.1, Nederduits Gereformeerd, Hall, 1702 (jun 1665 blz. 5)


Hendrik Berthout
Hendrik Berthout, ovl. in 1283.


Berthout Heer van Mechelen
Berthout Heer van Mechelen, ovl. na 1288.


Arnold Berthout
Arnold Berthout, ovl. na 1226.


Willem Voster
Willem Voster, ged. Velp op 11 nov 1677.



Bronnen:
1.Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall (T 242), Gelders Archief, Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall 0176, Inventarisnr.: 374.1, Nederduits Gereformeerd, Hall, 1702 (3 dec 1676 blz. 9)


Jan Vorster Zijns
Jan (Johannes) (Johannes) Vorster Zijns (Vorster), geb. Roosendaal en Nispen,
, volgde na zijn dood zijn vader op in de papiermolen, maar ging over naar een kopermolen Johannes heeft al een tijdje op de molen "De Hollander" gewerkt maar in 1693 betaalt hij de pacht. In 1695 betaalt hij 350 gld pacht. Zijn zoon volgt hem op rond 1706.

tr. (1) voor 1684
met

Petronella de Ridder, dr. van Adriaan Hendricks de Ridder en Neeltje Jacobs, geb. Rozendaal.

Uit dit huwelijk een zoon:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Adriaan*1685     

tr. (2) in jan 1698
met

Sybilla Sonning.

Bronnen:
1.Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall (T 242), Gelders Archief, Retroacta Burgelijke Stand Hall 0176, Inventarisnr.: 374.1, Nederduits Gereformeerd, Hall, 1702 (3 dec 1676 blz. 9)


Adolf Vorster
Adolf Vorster, geb. Olpe [Duitsland] circa 1610, papiermaker, ovl. Broich a.d. Ruhr voor 3 jan 1675, begr. Mülheim an der Ruhr [Duitsland] op 3 jan 1675,
, Adolf Vorster, den wir als unseren Stammvater betrachten, ist um das Jahr 1610 in Olpe geboren und war von Beruf Papiermacher. Über seine Jugend ist nichts bekannt, auch nicht, wo er als Papiermacher gearbeitet hat. Dies zu ergründen, bleibt einer späteren Forschung vorbehalten.
Im Jahre 1643 wollte er sich selbständig machen und es bot sich hierzu die Gelegenheit, von dem Grafen Wilhelm Wyrich von Dhaun, Graf zu Falkenstein, Herr zu Broich (1623-1682) die Papiermühle zu Broich bei Mülheim zu pachten, die dann bis 1911, also 268 Jahre lang im Besitz der Familie Vorster verblieben ist. Nach dem Vertrage vom 3. Oktober 1643 mit dem Grafen wurde die Pachtzeit erstmalig auf 20 Jahre festgesetzt und es wurde eine Pachtsumme von 60 Reichstalern pro Jahr gefordert.
Adolf Vorster war dreimal verheiratet. Seine erste Frau Marie kennen wir aus dem Pachtvertrage. Mit ihr hatte er 2 Kinder, nämlich Adolf und Sibille. Adolf wurde 1640 in Olpe geboren und ehelichte am 27. April 1660 die Anna vom Velt, mit der er nach Holland ging und in Arnheim die holländische Linie Vorster begründete. Dies ist keine Hypothese, sondern es kann aktenmässig nachgewiesen werden.
Das zweite Kind war Sibille Vorster, die am l7. August 1642 in Olpe getauft wurde und am 15. November 1662 den Stephan Plöcker aus Solingen heiratete, der mit ihr nach Langenberg zog und dort eine Papiermühle baute, die heute noch die Plöckersmühle genannt wird.
In zweiter Ehe war Adolf Vorster mit Christine aus Mülheim (unsere Vorfahrin) verheiratet, die am 18. November 1672 in Broich im Wochenbette starb. Mit dieser hatte Adolf 9 Kinder, darunter 3 Söhne, nämlich Johannes, Mathias und Hermann.
Der jüngste Sohn - Hermann - wurde im Hause seines ältesten (Halb-)Bruders Adolf Vorster in Arnheim erzogen, heiratete dort eine Gertrud von Amerongen und verzog mit ihr nach Wesel, wo er eine Papiermühle erbaute. Dieser Stamm ist dann in der 3. Generation in der männlichen Linie ausgestorben.

tr. (1) circa 1638
met

Maria , geb. Olpe [Duitsland] Amt Steinbach circa 1620, ovl. circa 1650.

Uit dit huwelijk 4 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Sibilla*1642 Olpe [Duitsland]    
Matthijs*1638 Olpe [Duitsland] †1692 Rozendaal 5411 
Jasperke*1640     
Adolf*1640 Olpe [Duitsland]    

tr. (2) circa 1651
met

Christine om Kampen Broich, geb. Mühlheim [Duitsland] in 1630, ovl. Broich a.d. Ruhr op 18 nov 1672.

Uit dit huwelijk 9 kinderen, waaronder:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Johannes*1653 Broich a.d. Ruhr †1708 Broich a.d. Ruhr 55
Mathias~1659 Broich a.d. Ruhr †1704 Delstern [Duitsland] 45
Herman~1670 Broich a.d. Ruhr 1740 Wesel 69

tr. (3) Mühlheim an der Ruhr [Duitsland] op 17 mrt 1674
met

Catharina aus dem Bieg.

Uit dit huwelijk een kind.


Georgius Nicolas Rittinghausen
Georgius Nicolas Rittinghausen, geb. op 19 okt 1595, ovl. Altersteig [Duitsland] op 12 aug 1664,
, Georgius, Sir Rittershausen, son of Conradi, b. 1595 ;professor of law and genea-biographical history, 1624-25, at the University at Altorf, Westphalia, Holland.

tr.
met

Ursula Rosina Rittenhouse (Stadtmann), geb. Altersteig [Duitsland] in 1588, ovl. Altersteig [Duitsland] in 1661.

Uit dit huwelijk 2 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Ermgard*1638 Broich a.d. Ruhr †1672 Rozendaal 34
Claus*1615 Broich a.d. Ruhr †1678  63


Lijsbet Engels
Lijsbet Engels.

tr. circa 1709
met

Adriaan (Adrianus) Vorster Zijns (Vorster), zn. van Jan Vorster Zijns en Petronella de Ridder, geb. circa 1685,
, Adriaan en Lijsbet hebben in 1719 voor 1600 gld schuld bij zijn oom Nicolaas Vorster. Op 1-5-1719 verlaten ze de molen en ze hebben zich niet meer met het papier maken bezig gehouden


Ermgard Margareth Rittinghausen
Ermgard Margareth Rittinghausen, geb. Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich [Duitsland] in 1638, ovl. op 11 aug 1654.


Maria
Maria , geb. Olpe [Duitsland] Amt Steinbach circa 1620, ovl. circa 1650.

tr. circa 1638
met

Adolf Vorster, zn. van Hans (Johann) zum Forst (Mühlenbesitzer, Schöffe, Hofschöffe) en Maria , geb. Olpe [Duitsland] circa 1610, papiermaker, ovl. Broich a.d. Ruhr voor 3 jan 1675, begr. Mülheim an der Ruhr [Duitsland] op 3 jan 1675,
, Adolf Vorster, den wir als unseren Stammvater betrachten, ist um das Jahr 1610 in Olpe geboren und war von Beruf Papiermacher. Über seine Jugend ist nichts bekannt, auch nicht, wo er als Papiermacher gearbeitet hat. Dies zu ergründen, bleibt einer späteren Forschung vorbehalten.
Im Jahre 1643 wollte er sich selbständig machen und es bot sich hierzu die Gelegenheit, von dem Grafen Wilhelm Wyrich von Dhaun, Graf zu Falkenstein, Herr zu Broich (1623-1682) die Papiermühle zu Broich bei Mülheim zu pachten, die dann bis 1911, also 268 Jahre lang im Besitz der Familie Vorster verblieben ist. Nach dem Vertrage vom 3. Oktober 1643 mit dem Grafen wurde die Pachtzeit erstmalig auf 20 Jahre festgesetzt und es wurde eine Pachtsumme von 60 Reichstalern pro Jahr gefordert.
Adolf Vorster war dreimal verheiratet. Seine erste Frau Marie kennen wir aus dem Pachtvertrage. Mit ihr hatte er 2 Kinder, nämlich Adolf und Sibille. Adolf wurde 1640 in Olpe geboren und ehelichte am 27. April 1660 die Anna vom Velt, mit der er nach Holland ging und in Arnheim die holländische Linie Vorster begründete. Dies ist keine Hypothese, sondern es kann aktenmässig nachgewiesen werden.
Das zweite Kind war Sibille Vorster, die am l7. August 1642 in Olpe getauft wurde und am 15. November 1662 den Stephan Plöcker aus Solingen heiratete, der mit ihr nach Langenberg zog und dort eine Papiermühle baute, die heute noch die Plöckersmühle genannt wird.
In zweiter Ehe war Adolf Vorster mit Christine aus Mülheim (unsere Vorfahrin) verheiratet, die am 18. November 1672 in Broich im Wochenbette starb. Mit dieser hatte Adolf 9 Kinder, darunter 3 Söhne, nämlich Johannes, Mathias und Hermann.
Der jüngste Sohn - Hermann - wurde im Hause seines ältesten (Halb-)Bruders Adolf Vorster in Arnheim erzogen, heiratete dort eine Gertrud von Amerongen und verzog mit ihr nach Wesel, wo er eine Papiermühle erbaute. Dieser Stamm ist dann in der 3. Generation in der männlichen Linie ausgestorben, tr. (2) met Christine om Kampen Broich. Uit dit huwelijk 9 kinderen, tr. (3) met Catharina aus dem Bieg. Uit dit huwelijk een kind.

Uit dit huwelijk 4 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Sibilla*1642 Olpe [Duitsland]    
Matthijs*1638 Olpe [Duitsland] †1692 Rozendaal 5411 
Jasperke*1640     
Adolf*1640 Olpe [Duitsland]    


Jasperke Alofs Vorster
Jasperke Alofs Vorster, geb. circa 1640.

tr.
met

Everhart Reijnders, papiermaker.

Uit dit huwelijk 3 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Maria~1667 Velp †1668  1
Maria~1668 Velp    
Reijnder~1671 Velp    


Everhart Reijnders
Everhart Reijnders, papiermaker.

tr.
met

Jasperke Alofs Vorster, dr. van Adolf Vorster (papiermaker) en Maria , geb. circa 1640.

Uit dit huwelijk 3 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Maria~1667 Velp †1668  1
Maria~1668 Velp    
Reijnder~1671 Velp    


Maria Reijnders
Maria Reijnders, ged. Velp op 3 nov 1667, ovl. voor dec 1668.


Maria Reijnders
Maria Reijnders, ged. Velp op 20 dec 1668.


Heinrich Nicolaus Rittinghausen
Heinrich Nicolaus Rittinghausen, geb. Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich [Duitsland] in 1642, ovl. Dordrecht in mei 1716,
, Klaas pachtte samen met zijn zwager de molen in 1693. Vertrokken naar Dordrecht waar hij een winkel in de Voorstraat genaamd de Papier Molen had. Hij is dan koopman in papier. Klaasje wordt ook Clasina genoemd. Heinrich Nicholaus Rittinghausen, at the Chancelery of the court of Falkenstein, in this place of Broich, respectfully declared that his brother, Wilhelm Rittinghausen, now residing in Amsterdam, fervently demand and petition for the evidence of his age; that is to say, in what year he was born - to make use of the same in the proper place; and as there is no good reason to refuse this request, it is hereby certified that the said Wilhelm Rittinghausen's mother, Maria Hagerhoffs, who is still living in the principality of Broich, as also his sister and brother unanimously have declared and confirmed that the said, Wilhelm Rittinghausen was born in the year one thousand six hundred and forty-four, in consequence of which this certificate is hereby given.
Signed. Broich. the 23rd June. 1678. From the Chancelery of Court J. Rodt. of Falkenstein in the said place.".

tr. voor dec 1679
met

Claesken (Swaentjen) Ridders, dr. van Adriaan Hendricks de Ridder en Neeltje Jacobs, geb. Rozendaal circa 1655.

Uit dit huwelijk 4 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Neeltje~1679 Velp    
Adriaan~1680 Velp    
Maria~1684 Velp    
Adrianus*1694     


Claesken Ridders
Claesken (Swaentjen) Ridders, geb. Rozendaal circa 1655.

tr. voor dec 1679
met

Heinrich Nicolaus Rittinghausen, zn. van Claus Heinrich George Rittinghausen en Maria Hagerhoff, geb. Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich [Duitsland] in 1642, ovl. Dordrecht in mei 1716,
, Klaas pachtte samen met zijn zwager de molen in 1693. Vertrokken naar Dordrecht waar hij een winkel in de Voorstraat genaamd de Papier Molen had. Hij is dan koopman in papier. Klaasje wordt ook Clasina genoemd. Heinrich Nicholaus Rittinghausen, at the Chancelery of the court of Falkenstein, in this place of Broich, respectfully declared that his brother, Wilhelm Rittinghausen, now residing in Amsterdam, fervently demand and petition for the evidence of his age; that is to say, in what year he was born - to make use of the same in the proper place; and as there is no good reason to refuse this request, it is hereby certified that the said Wilhelm Rittinghausen's mother, Maria Hagerhoffs, who is still living in the principality of Broich, as also his sister and brother unanimously have declared and confirmed that the said, Wilhelm Rittinghausen was born in the year one thousand six hundred and forty-four, in consequence of which this certificate is hereby given.
Signed. Broich. the 23rd June. 1678. From the Chancelery of Court J. Rodt. of Falkenstein in the said place.".

Uit dit huwelijk 4 kinderen:

 naamgeb.plaatsovl.plaatsoudrelatiekinderen
Neeltje~1679 Velp    
Adriaan~1680 Velp    
Maria~1684 Velp    
Adrianus*1694     


Neeltje Rittinghausen
Neeltje Rittinghausen, ged. Velp op 26 dec 1679.