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David Joseph Kampen, died Sep 1727 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 18 Elul 5487 - the old pum David Kampen; died suddenly
fisches Frank nr. 494: head of the community pu David ben mhor"rJoseph z.l. from the family Reinbach.

Event: event between 1695 and 1704 Amsterdam Muiderberg cemetery:
on 24 Kislev 5456 - child
on 13 Ijar 5459 - child
on 10 Cheshvan 5460 - child
on 14 Adar II 5464 - child of David Kampen.
Event: event between Jun 1723 and Jan 1724 Amsterdam On 14 Sivan 5483 the couple Beile bat Elieser z.l. & spouse Yechiel Michel bar Jacob take a loan for the amount of fl. 150,- from aluf katsin pum khr"r David ben mhor"r Joseph z.l, guardian of the orphans of the late khr"r Jacob Nijmegen z.l ; as collateral they introduce one seat in the great synagogue, belonging to them.

On 29 Teveth 5484 appears before the trustees of the jewish community the couple Mata bat Moshe z.l. & spouse naaleh Alexander bar Samuel Markewits z.l. and take a loan from aluf katsin pum khr"r David ben mhor"r Joseph, guardian of the orphan s of the late khr"r Jacob Nijmegen.

Married ONG 1690 to:
Mirjam Nachman, died Sep 1738 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 4 Elul 5498 - the widow of David Kampen -
fisches Frank nr. 522: Mirjam bat late mohr"r Nachman z.l, wife of the late aged pum David Kampen z.l.
, daughter of Nachman and Wife of Nachman
1) Judith Gittele David Kampen, birth ONG 1685, died 1772 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 2 Tishre 5533 - Gittele bat David Kampen, widow of Ber Cohen; former member and several years administrator of chevra kedosha Gemiluth Chasadim for women. to:
Barend Ber Elieser Salomons Cohen-Kampen, died 21 Sep 1755 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 16 Tishre 5516 - the old Ber Kats Kampen., lives: , Barend Salomons and David Josephs acquire together a house and land at the Anthonis Breestr, between the Anthony Sluis and the Breede Voetsteeg.
fl. 7500,- is paid for this acquisition.
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives, Kwijtscheldingen 3555, Oud P4-123 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992), son of Eliaser Leizer Cohen and Jeruchama
Event: event 6 Jan 1706 Amsterdam Barend Salomons and his father-in-law David Josephs are mentioned in an act as suitors of a debt on the deceased Evert v.Heyning.
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 4642A, film 5385, p' 90/93 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu. nu', Amsterdam 1992)
Event: event between 1723 and 1730 death of children burial of children:
on 13 Ijar 5483 - son of Barend Kampen
on 6 Nissan 5490 - grandson of Barend Kampen [should perhaps be: son, and then referring to son Elyakim]
Event: event between 1746 and 1755 business matters 1746 - Declaration before notary.
Barend Salomons has as Srs. Barend Salomons Senior & Compagnie sold to Aleazar Alexander Keyser a goldnugget of 23 karat & 8 grain, valued at fl. 7528-2-.
Keyser denies this, and is kept responsible for costs, damage & interest.
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 10718/31)

1746 - Contract between Baerent Salomons Senior ( fl. 2000) and Levy Salomons - his cousin (fl. 4000), Joseph Salomons, London - his son (fl. 1500) , Isack Baerent Salomons - his son (fl. 1500), Eliaser Baerents - his son (fl. 2000), on the one si de, and
Salomon Abraham & Levij Joseph on the other side
to deal in Curacao, with division of gains according to investment.
Salomon Abrahams & Levij Josephs shall have to stay on Curacao as long as the principal investors wish. Provision for them is detailed in the contract. The cost of their transport to Curacao ad fl. 400,- will be paid back, but in case they return , costs will be for their own pocket.
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 10721/730)

25 Mar 1755
Insinuation of Barend Salomons Senior against Cornelis van der Oudermolen.
Barend Salomons Senior had sold to Cornelis van der Oudermolen 32 pieces of raw diamond, weighing together about 105 karat. They were packed in white writing paper and sealed. The agreed price was fl. 42 per karat. Buyer has declined to pay unti l now. He is announced of this demand at his home, where only a maid has been found. She will however convene this message to him, as soon as he returns home from the bourse.

In the grandbooks of the V.O.C. Barend Salomons is mentioned as buyer of:
in 1700/1704 - cotton fabric at fl. 3.536.12 stuivers
in 1724/28 - cotton fabric at fl. 40.557.14 stuivers
tea at fl. 2.793.13 stuivers
peper at fl. 4716.

(Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
Event: signed a will 20 MRT 1755 Amsterdam 'Barend Salomons, at St. Anthony Breestr, sick and weak of body, however having his intelligence, memory, hearing and speech at use, as appeared and came over externally'.
Thereafter, many statements and inheritance decisions concerning his wife and children.
His bank money may however be divided only 4 months after his demise, and his dealings, goods & businesses may not publicly be divided, but solely between his inheritors.
Some money (fl. 6000,-) is set aside for religious affairs.
It will take some years before the inheritance is totally cleared.
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 13542/65 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)

Division of estate of Barend Salomons Senior
In an extensive document of 29 pages, wherein all children appear either by themselves or by authorisation of third person, the portion for each of them is dictated.
The estate includes half of the house bought in 1722, six seats in the Great Synagogue and another fl. 25.000.- which his wife Jitle Davids brought with her as dowry at the time of their marriage.
His 11 living children and their descendants are the sole and unversal inheritors; they are:
Joseph Salomons, London
Philip Salomons, Amsterdam
Elias Barents, Amsterdam
Nathan Salomons, London
Levie Barent Salomons, Furth
Isak Barent Salomons
Tegle[?, = Fegle] Salomons, spouse of Jochen Salomons Alexander, Amsterdam
Ester Salomons, spouse of Simon Nathan Magnus, Zwolle
Sara Salomons, spouse of Lion Isak Keyser, Amsterdam
Marianne Salomons, spouse of Alexander Isak Keyser, London
Schoontje Salomons, deceased spouse of Moses Aron Levij.
The maker of the will adds provisions in case his sons Isak Barent Salomons and Eliazar Barent Salomons will not yet be released from the desolate boedelkamer (bankruptcy) and rehabilitated at the time of his demise, in order that their portion wi ll not fall into the bankruptcy.
His widow Jitle Josephs will have free use of half of the house as long as she lives, including all furniture, utensils and inventory.
(Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
Event: event OKT 1755 transfer of seats in synagogue of Amsterdam On 8 Cheshvan 5516 appear before the trustees of the jewish community the alufim executors of the estate of the late hr"r Ber Kats-Kampe z.l, i.e. k"h Joseph, Nachman and khr"r Zelig Kats, sons of the deceased, and according to the will in thei r hands, transfer in 5 acts of transaction 3 seats in the great synagogue to the son Joseph, 1 seat to son Eizik, and 1 seat to son Elisha-Leizer.
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