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Abraham Philip Uri-Feibel Cohen, birth 1704 Amsterdam, died 1781 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 28 Sivan 5541 - the old Abraham ben Peisel Cohen., son of Philip Uri-Peisel Samuel Cohen and Gracia Abraham Italiaander-halevi
Event: event Feb 1754 taking a loan in Amsterdam On 26 Shevat 5514 appears before the trustees of the jewish community the couple Tserle bat late pum hr"r David Renz z.l. and spouse Abraham ben Uri Peis Cohen z.l. and state, that they have received a loan for the amount of fl. 524,- from the alu fim ketsinim pum hr"r Jochanan & pum hr"r Ziskind, sons of the late pum hr"r Kalman Renz z.l, guardians of their late brother hr"r David's z.l. estate.
Event: event Feb 1779 transfer of seats in synagogue of Amsterdam On 17 Shevat 5539 two acts are made up concerning seats in the great synagogue, which belonged to the late Feibel ben hr"r Samuel Cohen z.l;
1) as we undersigned witnesses saw the will of Feibel ben hr"r Samuel Cohen z.l, made up before notary Jan Snoek & witnesses on May 2nd, 1737, wherein was stipulated the 'prelegaat' to his son Benjamin, i.e.1 seat owned by him in the great synagog ue nr. 194, and now we have also seen the will of the late Benjamin ben Feibel Cohen z.l, made up here before notary Jacob Kampen & witnesses on Aug 8th, 1763, wherein it is stated, that all of his estate goes to his brother Abraham Cohen m.h.l , except for the seat in the great synagogue, that he inherited from his father Feibel Cohen z.l, which shall belong to Kalman Cohen m.h.l, the son of the couple Abraham Cohen & Tserle bat David Renz z.l. after their depart; and so, from now on th is seat belongs to Abraham Cohen & spouse, and after their depart it will belong fully and totally to Kalman Cohen;
2) a seat in the great synagogue nr. 216, which was registered on folio in the name of the late Feibel ben hr"r Samuel Cohen z.l, which [however] was bought by the late Feibel Cohen z.l. with money owned by his son katsin Abraham Cohen, as state d detailedly in the late Feibel Cohen z.l's will, made up here before notary Jan Snoek & witnesses on May 2nd, 1737, as we undersigned witnesses have seen with our own eyes; so from now on this seat belongs fully and totally to katsin Abraham be n late Feibel Cohen z.l.

Married 1736 Amsterdam, dtb 722/30; witn.groom: f.Philip Samuel; witn.bride: f.David Salomon.
Tnaim acharonim on 13 Sivan 5496;
groom: bachelor naaleh Abraham hakohen, accompanied by father aluf Uri Feibel ben Samuel z.l. hakohen;
bride: Tserle, accompanied by father aluf khr"r David ben late pum khr"r Klonimus Kalman z.l. Renz, who donates fl. 3000,- to the dowry;
brother groom: naaleh Benjamin.
Sara Tserle David Renz, birth ONG 1714 Amsterdam, died 8 Sep 1789 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: widow of Abraham ben Feitel Cohen., daughter of David Salomon Klonimus-Kalman Renz and Wife of David
1) Gracia Grasche Abraham Cohen, birth 1737 Amsterdam, died 10 MRT 1797 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: widow of Ziskind ben Leib Renz.
Married 1759 Amsterdam, dtb 736/323; witn.groom: uncle Jacob David Proops; witn.bride: Abraham Philip. to:
Alexander Ziskind Zischi Levie v.Rees Renz, birth 1729 Amsterdam, died 11 Jan 1797 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Ziskind ben Leib Renz., son of Levie Marcus v.Rees Renz and Cornelia David Proops-Cohen
Event: event 1787 sale of seat in synagogue of Amsterdam on 12 Tishre 5548 the couple Grasche bat Abraham Cohen & Ziskind ben Leib Renz z.l. sell a seat in the great synagogue to Moshe ben Liepman Levie Kanis z.l. for the amount of fl. 275,-.
2) Kalman Abraham Feitel-Cohen, birth Feb 1739 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
on 25 Shevat 5499 - circumcision of Kalman ben Abraham ben Feisel Cohen.
, died 8 Feb 1807 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Kalman ben Abraham Feitel, unmarried.
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