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Isaac Eizik Abraham Aberle v.Norden, birth 1724 Amsterdam, died 1780 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 14 Teveth 5540 - Eizik ben Aberle Norden, member of chevra kedosha Gemiluth Chasadim., son of Abraham Aberle Simon v.Norden and Wife of Aberle
Event: event between 1765 and 1767 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 30 Sivan 5525 - child
on 26 Aw 5527 - child
on 18 Tishre 5528 - stillborn child of Isaac Abraham Norden.

Married 1750 Amsterdam, dtb 731/146; witn.groom: f.Abraham Simon; witn.bride: f.Isaac Boas. to:
Bele Isaac Itsak Boas, birth 1730 Amsterdam, died Sep 1767 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 27 Elul 5527 - Bele bat Itsak Boaz, wife of Eizik ben Aberle Norden, at childbirth., daughter of Isaac Itsak Salomon Sho'el Boas and Judith Juttele Salomon Yoshua-Zelig Frankfort
1) Dina Isaac Eizik v.Norden, birth 1754 Amsterdam, died 1824 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 2 Elul 1824 - Dina Isaac Norden, wife of Joseph Prints.
Married 1774 Amsterdam, dtb 747/529; witn.groom: f.Isaac Joseph Verdooner; witn.bride: f.Isaac v.Norden.
Tnaim acharonim in act 5534/18 on 22 Sivan 5534;
groom: Joseph ben Itsak m.h.l;
bride: Dina, accompanied by father aluf Eizik ben Aberle;
the bride's father takes the obligation to feed the couple during two years.
Joseph Isaac Itsak Prins Verdooner, birth 1749 Amsterdam, died 9 Jun 1811 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Joseph ben Itsak Verdooner Prints., son of Isaac Itsak Joseph Verdoner and Anna Hindele Hartog Naftali-Hirts Levie
2) Abraham Aberle Isaac Eizik v.Norden, birth 31 OKT 1755 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
on 3 Kislev 5516 [7 Nov 1755] - circumcision of Aberle ben Eizik Norden in dritt shul.
3) Roosje Blim Isaac Eizik v.Norden, birth 1758 Amsterdam, died 20 MRT 1812 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 9 Nissan 1812 [22 Mar 1812] - Roosje/Bliem Isaac v.Norden, wife of Aron ben Itsak Cohen Fedder/Federman.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
on 20 Mar 1812 - Roosje Isaak v.Norden, 54 yrs.old, spouse of Aron Isaac Cohen Fedderman, 63 yrs.old, daughter of Isaak Abraham v.Norden & Beletje Isaak.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)

Married 1788 Amsterdam, dtb 757/177; witn.groom: m.Anna Simon; witn.bride: brother Abraham Isaac.
Tnaim acharonim in act 5548/49 on 23 Elul 5548; groom: Aron ben Itsak Cohen z.l;
bride: Blim bat Eizik Norden z.l;
participating brothers groom: David, Getschlig & Shlomo;
not attending brothers groom: Moshe & Abraham;
a civil marriage contract has been made up.
Aron Isaac Itsak Fedder Vedder-Cohen, birth 1749 Amsterdam, died 19 Nov 1834 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 21 Nov 1834 - Aron Izak Cohen Vedder = Aron ben Eizik[?] Cohen.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:

n 19 Nov 1834 - Aron Isaac Cohen Vedder, 83 yrs.old, widower of Beeltje[?] Isaac Norden.
info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
, son of Isaac Itsak Mozes Cohen and Anna Simon
Event: was naturalized 3 Jan 1812 Amsterdam assumption of name Fedder by Aron Isaac Cohen, then living at Rapenburgerstr.19, without children.
Event: event between 1805 and 1847 Uithoorn involvement of Aron Isaac Cohen-Fedder in Uithoorn-saga:
Protocol contains all details relating to purchase, renovation,consecration and maintanance of local synagogue. The protocol starts in 1805 with the establishment of the congregation and ends in 1847[published by Odette Vlessing.]
"According to the manuscript the idea for a synagogue in Uithoorn surfaced during a circumcision ceremony conducted by the Amsterdam mohel Abraham Aron Prins of Alkmaar (c.1766-1821). The plan to turn the local Mennonite church into a synagogue wa s then born. Amsterdam's chief rabbi Jacob Mozes Lowenstamm consented after it was ascertained that the church had not actually been used for four years and contained nothing that would constitute an impurity for a synagogue such as graves. The ch urch was duly purchased on 1 June 1805. The transaction was conducted by mohel Abraham Aron Prins and his brother-in-law Samuel Levy together with Daniel Abraham Rachmonus, Aron Isaac Cohen and David Emanuel Kalker. All were prominent member s of Amsterdam's Ashkenazi Jewish community. Remarkably, besides handling the financial side, these five benefactors are repeatedly referred to as the synagogue's 'directors'. The Protocol actually contains the contract between these financiers an d the members of Uithoorn's jewish community. The contract clearly reveals the strong link that existed with the parent community in Amsterdam - the Uithoorn jews were wholly subject to the authority of Amsterdam's chiefrabbi and that of its fiv e directors who were also resident there. In fact it was even arranged for the title deeds to the Uithoorn synagogue to be kept with the records of the Ashkenazi jewish community in Amsterdam. Although the terms and conditions of the purchase ar e reproduced in the Protocol the original deed of purchase can no longer be found in the archives of Amsterdam's jewish community. However, the records do show that there was a jewish presence in Uithoorn even before 1805.The Protocol contains th e community's bye-laws; these are signed by twenty-six members and a list of Amsterdam contributors, with pride of place taken by Jacob Abraham Levie (Jacob ben Eberle Levie Haag, The Hague, c.1732-1811). In 1761 Sandrina Salomons (Tzerula bat Aar on), born in Uithoorn, married the Hamburg widower Isaac Philip Hollander in Amsterdam at the age of thirty-five. The first chuppah in Uithoorn for which a ketubbah still survives took place on 10 Heshvan 5541 between Juda Leib ben Eberle Levie an d Gittele bat Juda Leib. The bridegroom's brother was Jacob ben Eberle Levie, probably the same person named in the manuscript as the principal benefactor. According to the records the synagogue's consecration feast on Sabbath Nachamu (15 Ab/9 Aug ust) and the day after (a Sunday) attracted many trippers from Amsterdam and the surrounding area. The festivities made such a deep impression thatt hey were reported in the chronicle kept by Bendit ben Eizek Wing(Le-zikoron, 1795-1812). The synag ogue suffered storm damage at the end of 1836 but was restored. The necessary funds were raised in Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, Gouda and elsewhere. Although theactual restoration was completed in 1838, the financial side was not entirely sett led until 1847. Samuel ben Abraham is responsible for the fine calligraphy on the early pages of the manuscript. The languages in this section are Hebrew and Yiddish, although later on we do see entries in Dutch. For the same occasion Samuel be n Abraham also produced an equally exquisite work of calligraphy on a sheet of parchment (HS. ROS. PL. B-81). this work consisted of prayers and texts in honour of David Emanuel Kalker, one of the synagogue's five directors, and the text was parti ally reproduced in the Protocol (fol.39v-40) by Abraham Aron Prins himself. The Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana purchased the Protocol from J.H.Davids of Haarlem for fifty guilders in1933. This fine manuscript is an important source of information abou t the early history and composition of Uithoorn's jewish community and its links with other jewish communities in the Netherlands.
4) Salomon Zalman Isaac Eizik v.Norden, birth 28 MEI 1761 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
on 2 Sivan 5521 [4 Jun 1761] - circumcision of Zalman ben Eizik ben Aberle Norden in the great synagogue.
, died 26 Jan 1817 Amsterdam, .A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
Salomon Isaac v.Norden, 58 yrs.old, son of Isaac Abraham v.Norden & Beletje Isaac Boas.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
5) Sho'el Isaac Eizik v.Norden, birth 8 OKT 1764 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
on 12 Tishre 5525 - birth of Sho'el ben Eizik ben Aberle Norden
on 18 Tishre 5525 - circumcision of Sho'el ben Eizik ben Aberle Norden in the great synagogue.
6) Vrouwtje Freidche Isaac Eizik v.Norden, birth 6 Apr 1766 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
on 27 Nissan 5526 - birth of Freidche bat Eizik ben Aberle Norden.

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Isaac Eizik Abraham Aberle v.Norden
Married 21 Aug 1774 The Hague, dtb 748/81.
The Hague registration: widower Isaac v.Norden from Amsterdam & Marianne Isaac.

t.a. in The Hague on 14 Elul 5534 (21 Aug 1774):
groom: Isaac Eizik ben Abraham Aberle
brothers bride: Shlomo Zalman & Zvi Hirsch, sons of the late Yissachar,z.l.
bride: Mirjam bat Yissachar z.l.
the groom signs: Eizik ben Aberle Norden
at the bottom of the act his name is written in Dutch: Izak Norden.

Event (family) got engaged Jul 1774 Amsterdam Tnaim rishonim in act 5534/48 on 6 Tammuz 5534;
groom: widower Eizik ben Aberle z.l;
bride: Mirjam bat Yissachar z.l, accompanied by brothers alufim ketsinim Hirsch & Zalman, sons of Yissachar z.l; mother bride is alive;
the brothers donate fl. 800,- to the dowry;
committed for groom: aluf katsin k"h Akiba Ber Shamash ve-Neeman dikhilateinu;
committed for bride: aluf katsin Juzpa ben aluf katsin Leizer m.h.l.
Marianne Mirjam Isaac Yissachar, birth The Hague, daughter of Isaac Yissachar Yishai and N.N.
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