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Philip Marcus v.Son, birth 1773 Bronkhorst, died 19 Jan 1850 London, Uri Peis ben Mordechai, merchant, 74 yrs.old.
Buried on 20 Jan as stranger [= non-synagogue member]

Philip Marcus had been married for the third time in London to Esther Barnet, daughter of Zwi Hirsch on 26 Aug 1835.
(marriage register of the Great Synagogue)

Married 10 Jan 1821 Amsterdam, G,A.A. Amsterdam - marriage registrations:
Philip Marcus v.Son, from Bronkhorst, province of Gelderland, tradesman, 46 yrs.old, widower of Ester Hartog, residing in Deventer, province of Overijssel, son of Marcus v.Son & Martha Philips, both deceased, and
Mariana Alvares, from Amsterdam, housemaid, 31 yrs.old, natural daughter of Palli v.Praag, also residing in Amsterdam.
Witnesses: Michiel Cohen de Lara, 48 yrs, Benedictus Abraham de la Ville, Joseph Salomon Muiderberg, Jacob Soester.

the announcement of this intended marriage was in Amsterdam on 24 Dec 1820 - intended marriage in Deventer:
Philip Marcus v.Son, from Bronkhorst, residing in Deventer, eidower of Ester Hartog, son of Marcus Levij & Martha Philips, and
Mariana Alveres, from Amsterdam, housemaid, 31 yrs.old, daughter of Palli v.Praag.
The groom's first spouse, Ester Hartog died in Deventer on 6 Aug 1819, 41 yrs,ikd, spouse of Philip Marcus v.Son.

The bride Mariana Alvares introduced a act of notoriety as to her birth date in 1789 in Amsterdam, signed among others by her mother Palli v.Praag at the Keijzersgracht
Act made up on 15 Dec 1820 in Amsterdam, and judicially recognized on 27 Dec 1820
(divorced 16 Sep 1830 Deventer, divorce was decreed on 11 Feb 1832 in Deventer.) to:
Mariane Alvaris, birth ONG 1790, died 28 MEI 1834 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 30 May 1834 - Maria/Mirjam Alvares, wife of Wolf Samuel Neter.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:

n 28 May 1834 - Maria Alvares, 33 yrs.old, spouse of Wolf Samuel Neeter.
Notifier: Hijman Samuel Neeter, 31 yrs.old, br.-in-law.
info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
1st marriage 2nd marriage, daughter of Joseph Moses Alvares and Palli v.Praag
Event: event 6 OKT 1829 appeal to court in Amsterdam on this date Mariana Alvares and her intended spouse Marcus Alexaber v.Gelderen appeal to the court of first instance and decry the fact that the civil authorities do not authorize them to be registered for planned marriage.
This becauise of the uncertain matrimonial state of Mariana.
They now state, that she was indeed married on 10 January 1821 to a certain Philip Marcus van Son. v.Son was however involved in criminal action: he performed a fraudulent transaction with a bank in Deventer, was convicted to an infamous punishmen t, which he indeed underwent afterwards. He however did not inform his bride of all this, and moreover, involved himself in a second attempt to defraud a bank, after his marriage to Mariana. For which he was again convicted, but in the meantim e he had escaped from the face of the earth. His conviction and a call to the public was published in Zwolle. Because of all this no chuppa had taken place, and the marriage was never consummated. She wants to be recognised as a woman, free to rem arry,

The court howwever judges on21 October 1829, that the judicial ground for a married woman to be free to marry again are stated in the Civil Code Book, and they are either the death of the spouse, or an official divorce, decreed by the court, an d the Code leaves no other options.
Therefore her request is turned down.
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