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Marcus Mordechai Samuel Levie-Drukker, died 4 Jun 1730 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 19 Sivan 5490 - the old Mordechai Levie., lives: , after living beforehand at Uylenburg, Marcus Levij bought on 11/3/1707 a house & land, situated at Oostersche Kaay, now named Oude Schans, where the cat hangs. He paid herefor to Albertine C.Pater fl. 5475,- in cash.
(G.A.A. Kwijtscheldingen 81, pp. 266-267 - from Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992), son of Samuel Levie-Drukker and Bele Samson
Event: signed a will 16 Feb 1728 Amsterdam from the will of Sr. Marcus Levij, living at Oude Schans:
after his death ten learned men will learn in his house during one hour daily, and continue therewith a full year from the day of his decease, and each of them will earn 12 rijksdaalders or 30 guilders and the teacher 70 guilders for their servic es;
furthermore he leaves his ferryship, which is sailed by skipper Dirk Eedes, to his oldest son
to his brother's son Moses Samson fl. 150,-;
to his sister's son Jacob Salomon fl. 100,-;
to his daughter Schoontje Levij's 2 children, named Samson & Aaron Hartogs fl. 250,- each, not to be paid out earlier than their day of marriage;
his 3 sons Moses, Levij & Simon Marcus will get a double amount, while his daughters Schoontje, Hester & Rachel will get a single amount [of the legacy].
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 7638, act 140 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)

Married ONG 1670 to:
Kela Mordechai Hagenau, died 1708 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 13 Cheshvan 5469 - Keile bat Mordechai Hagene, wife of Mordechai Levie Drukker., daughter of Mordechai Hagenau and N.N.
1) Mozes Marcus Mordechai Levie-Drukker, birth 1671 Amsterdam
Event: event between 1699 and 1712 death of children Muiderberg cemetery:
on 21 Aw 5499 - child of Moshe ben Mordechai Levie
on 18 Tishre 5469 - " " " " - Drukker
on 3 Shevat 5470 - " " " "
on 30 Cheshvan 5473 - " " " "

Married 1691 Amsterdam, dtb 697/202; witn.groom: f.Marcus Levie; witn.bride: guardian Nathan Swaab. to:
Edel Abraham Levie, birth 1673 Amsterdam, died 1724 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 16 Kislev 5485 - Edel bat Abraham, wife of Moshe ben pu Mordechai halevi/Levie Drukker (fisches Frank nr.681).
2) Schoontje Sjeinele Marcus Mordechai Levie-Drukker, died 9 Jul 1739 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 3 Tammuz 5499 - Sjeinele, widow of Hirts Levie-Drukker = wife of deceased uncle (fisches Frank nr. 269).
Married ONG 1698 to:
Hartog Naftali-Hirts Samuel Levie-Drukker, died 1726 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 30 Kislev 5487 - Hirts Levie Drukker., son of Samuel Levie-Drukker and Bele Samson
3) Levie Marcus Mordechai Levie-Drukker, birth 1678 Amsterdam, died 22 MRT 1741 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 5 Nissan 5501 - Leib Levie
fisches Frank nr. 497: pum Arieleib ben pu Mordechai Levie.
, occupation: tabakspinder, businessman
Event: event between 1703 and 1711 Amsterdam Muiderberg cemetery:
on 27 Aw 5463 - child
on 8 Shevat 5471 - child of Leib ben Mordechai Levie-Drukker.
Event: event 18 Apr 1714 Amsterdam Agreement between Levij & Symon Marcus and Aron & Symon Abrahams to send Jacob Joseph Hammelburg & Samuel Meyer Levij to Suriname on the ship 'De Vrede' in order to deal and negotiate there .
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 7537 on 18/4/1714 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
Event: signed a will 6 MRT 1741 Amsterdam Will made up before public notary Jan Barels by Levij Marcus & mrs. Belletije Levij Bing, who live at 'De Swarte Kater' at the Oude Schans.
Levij Marcus being ill at bed and his spouse in good health, though both clearminded and wellspoken, etc.
They appoint each other as sole and universal inheritor of the whole estate.
Mentioned are sons Samuel, Hartog & Michiel and orphaned grandson Samuel.
The intervention of the Weeskamer of the town is gracefully, though explicitly declined.
(G.A.A. collection Grondpapieren, Archive 5011, nr. 335/336 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)

[It seems, that the deceased son-in-law of the couple, the father of the orphaned grandson Samuel is Abraham Moses Levij: 'On 13 Jun 1742 Samuel Levij has shown a mutual will of Levij Marcus & Beletje Levij Bing, which was passed before notary Ja n Barels & witnesses on Mar 6th, 1741, in which the Weeskamer was secluded in connection with Samuel, the minor son left by Abraham Moses Levij; signed by the weesmeesteren O.Graefland Jans & Mr. N.Witsen'.]
(G.A.A. Weeskamer 5073/899, p' 12 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
[It is ver y possible, that this son-in-law died in Naarden and was buried at Muiderberg site on 28 Adar I 5502 = ~March 1742]

Married 12 Sep 1698 Amsterdam, G.A.A. dtb 701/52 on 12/9/1698.
(from Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
Bele Levie Leib Bing, birth 1680 Amsterdam, died Aug 1764 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 26 Aw 5524 - the old Beile bat Leib Bing, widow of Leib Levie., daughter of Levie Michiel Bing and Wife of Leib
Event: event 14 Jan 1762 Amsterdam Beletje Levij, now 82 yrs.old, has encountered problems because of a changed situation.
The house next to hers at the Oude Schans has been demolished and will be resurrected (hertimmerd). Her own house, with the sign of the black cat, is in danger of crashing in, because of its age, its fragility and the demolishing of the neigbourin g house. It thus should be demolished as well and be resurrected. This rebuilding does not convene the suppliant in her high age.
Her son Samuel as well as her grandson Samuel have both died. According to the text of the will she should take advice from the children of her deceased son, who are living abroad, which makes this quite impossible. She therefore request of 'he t Hof van Holland' to obtain consent to sell this house against fl. 5000,- in five sheets of obligations, which will be substitute for the house as part of the estate, mentioned in the will. Her request is approved.
(G.A.A. Collection Grondpapieren, Archive 5011, nr 335/335 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
4) Simon Samson Marcus Mordechai Levie-Drukker, birth 1685 Amsterdam, died 4 OKT 1759 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 13 Tishre 5520 - pum Samson ben Mordechai halevi.
Event: event 28 MRT 1720 buying lottery in Amsterdam Before notary Adrian Baans appear 24 persons of the Ashkenazi-Jewish community, among whom Symon Marcus, Eliaser Josep & Yacob Daniels , who buy together 24 stakes in the Dutch lottery, proclaimed on 22 Jun 1719. Amount of money involved in thi s lottery: fl. 75.360.000, a huge sum.
(G.A.A. Notarial Archives 8571/2111 - Sal v.Son in 'Ik zeg nu, nu', Amsterdam 1992)
Event: event 1720 death of child Zeeburg cemetery: on 21 Adar II 5480 [abt 31 Mar 1720] - child of Samson Marcus Levie.
Event: event Jul 1756 transfer of seat in synagogue of Amsterdam On the 1st day of Rosh Chodesh Tammuz 5516 appears before the trustees of the jewish community in Amsterdam the couple Roza bat late pum hr"r Aron Polak z.l. & spouse katsin pum Samson ben late pum Mordechai halevi z.l., and transfer a seat fro m their belongings to their grandson the groom Mordechai, son of their late son khr"r Samuel halevi z.l.

Married 21 Aug 1705 Amsterdam, dtb 705/12; witn.groom: f.Marcus Levie; witn.bride: f.Aron Abraham. to:
Roosje Rosa Aron Polak, birth 1688 Amsterdam, died 1773 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 17 Tammuz 5533 - the old Rosa, widow of Samson Levie., daughter of Aron Abraham Polak gokkes and Vrouwtje Freidche David Kalker

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Marcus Mordechai Samuel Levie-Drukker
Married 1709 Amsterdam, dtb 707/85; groom widower of Kela Mordechai; bride widow of LevieNathan. to:
Boele Nathan, birth Hamburg, died 1718 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 24 Tishre 5479 - the old Boenele, wife ofMordechai Levie Drukker.

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Marcus Mordechai Samuel Levie-Drukker
Married 1719 Amsterdam, dtb 711/477; groom widower of Boene Nathan; bride widow of MarcusGoldsmit. to:
Gittele Mozes, birth Hamburg, died 1728 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 29 Teveth 5488 - wife of Mordechai Levie.
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