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Isaac Itsak Barend Yissachar-Ber Harpmer Harpman Lappeman, birth 1712 Blowits, died 1780 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 26 Adar II 5540 - the old Itsak ben Yissachar Ber Lappeman.
Event: event Jan 1774 sale of seat in synagogue of Amsterdam Before the trustees of the jewish community of Amsterdam appears aluf katsin Itsak ben Yissachar Ber Blowits, with the will of the late Eli' ben k"h Leib Shamash z.l. in his hands, 'as we undersigned have seen with our own eyes', the will being ma de up before notary Andreas v.Alphen in Leiden on Aug 30th, 1768; in this will mr. Eli' endowed the orphan Ester, daughter of his late brother Chaim z.l. with this seat in the great synagogue, which belonged to him, and nominated as guardian there of mr. Itsak [her stepfather] aforementioned; and now according to this will and upon request of mr. Itsak, the 'edele achtbare heren schepenen' [the city councillors] 'may their pomp be heightened', have given 'qualification' to mr. Itsak on No v 26th, 1773 to sell this seat according to the regulations of our community , and thus this seat was now sold to aluf katsin Kosman ben late k"h Joseph Baruch z.l [Mocher Sfarim] for the amount of fl. 350,- d.d. 2 Teveth 5534.

Married Sep 1733 Amsterdam, dtb 720/88; witn.groom: Levie Isaac; witn.bride: m.Clara Barend.
Tnaim acharonim on 28 Tishre 5494;
groom: Itsak Isaac ben Yissachar Ber m.h.l;
bride: Hindele bat Isaac Eizik z.l. Sh"F [Stokvis], accompanied by mother Kler bat Jacob Yissachar Ber z.l.

Event (family) got engaged Jun 1733 Amsterdam Tnaim rishonim on 13 Ijar 5493;
groom: Isaac ben Yissachar Ber m.h.l;
bride: Hindele bat Isaac Eizik z.l, accompanied by mother Kler bat Jacob Yissachar Ber z.l;
committed for groom: naaleh Abraham ben Menachem Levie z.l;
committed for bride: naaleh Azriel bar Moshe halevi z.l.
Hendrikje Hindele Isaac Eizik Stokvis, birth 1703 Amsterdam, daughter of Isaac Eizik Levie Leib Stokvis and Clara Kler Barend Yissachar Ber
1) Schoontje Isaac Harpman Harpmer, birth 1735 Amsterdam
Married 1759 Amsterdam, dtb 737/95; witn.groom: f.David Jacob; witn.bride: f.Isaac Barend Harpman.

In Leiden on 11 Oct 1859 - banns of Abraham Davids, shopkeeper from Leiden and Schoontje Isack Barend Harpman from Amsterdam; marriage in Amsterdam
Abraham David Leiden, birth 1734 Leiden, son of David Jacob Leiden and Anna Channa Levie Leib Prins
2) Reijna Rana Isaac Harpman Harpmer Blowits, birth 1735 Amsterdam
Married 9 Nov 1761 Amsterdam_The Hague, dtb 738/250; witn.groom: f.Joseph Heilbron; witn.bride: f.Isaac Barend Harpman.
The Hague registration: widower[?] Heijman Joseph Heilbron from Eschweiler & Reina Isaac Harpman from Amsterdam.
Amsterdam bann on 14 Aug 1761
The Hague bann on 16 Aug 1761
synagogual marriage on 9 Nov 1761.
marriage contract on 2 Sep 1761 in The Hague
(info courtesy of mr. Jan Veghers)
Hijman Joseph Heilbron Eshwo, birth 1739 Eschweiler, lives: , businessman
in 1765 in Amsterdam
in 1782, 1784 & 1785 in Rotterdam
in 1786 in Philadelphia
since 23 Nov 1789 burgher of The Hague
parnas & treasurer of jewish community in The Hague
(info courtesy of mr. Jan Vegers), son of Joseph David Heilbron and Ullke Heilbron
Event: event Sep 1766 death of child Zeeburg cemetery: on 4 Tishre 5527 - child of Hijman ben mohr"r Joseph Eshwe.
3) Duifje Toibe Isaac Harpman Harpmer Blowits, birth 1739 Amsterdam
Married 9 Nov 1761 Amsterdam_The Hague, dtb 738/250; witn.groom: f.Joseph Heilbron; witn.bride: f.Isaac Barend Harpman.
The Hague registration -
civil marriage on 9 Nov 1761: Kalman Joseph Heilbron from Eschweiler and Duifje Isaac Harpman from Amsterdam.
synagogual marriage on 3 Sep 1761 [?]
civil engagement on 16 Aug 1761
Amsterdam registration -
bann on 14 Aug 1761.
(info by courtesy of mr. Jan Vegers)
Kalman Joseph Heilbron, birth 1740 Eschweiler, died 16 OKT 1814 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 3 Cheshvan 1814 [17 Oct 1814] - Calman Joseph Heilbron/Eschwa.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
on 16 Oct 1814 - Calman Heilbron, 75 yrs.old, widower of Duijfje Harpman, son of Joseph Heilbron.
Notifier: Cosman Heilbron Davidszoon, 21 yrs.old, grandson.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
, lives: , bet. 1753 and 1760 employed by family Kann in Frankfurt; left for Tobias Boas in The Hague.
on 4 Oct 1762: burgher of The Hague
on 8 Oct 1762: membership of shopkeepers guild of St. Nicholas
author of masoretical study published by Leib Soesman in Amsterdam, 1765
among the hebew litterarians of The Hague
functioned as treasurer and parnas of jewish community of The Hague
(info by courtesy of mr. Jan Vegers), son of Joseph David Heilbron and Ullke Heilbron
Event: was naturalized 23 Jan 1812 Amsterdam Assumption of name Heilbron; then living at 1st Weespergracht 135 with 3 sons, 1 daughter, 5 grandsons and 2 granddaughters.
sons: David, 50 yrs, married with Cerle Weijl, living at Jode Herengracht, with 1 son & 1 daughter;
Bernard, 46 yrs, married with Rachel Mozes, living at Muiderstraat, with 1 son;
Manus, 41 yrs, married with Carola v.Praag, living at Zwanenburgerstr., with 3 sons and 1 daughter.
daughter: Schoontje, 38 yrs, living at Muiderstr.
4) Elisabeth Harpman
name from certificates concerning the son Jacob - info from fam.v.Teijn/v.Tijn & Marion Fahrenfort.
Nathan Neta Jacob Fontijn Cohen, birth ONG 1740 Woerden, son of Jacob Jokeb Nathan Fontijn-Cohen and Geertruida Abraham

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Isaac Itsak Barend Yissachar-Ber Harpmer Harpman Lappeman
Married Aug 1761 Amsterdam, dtb 738/255; groom widower of Hendrikje Isaac; bride: widow of Hijman Levie Asser.
Tnaim acharonim in act 5521/108 on 23 Menachem-Aw 5521;
groom: widower Itsak ben Yissachar;
bride: widow Peschi bat late Mordechai Kezer z.l, who brings fl. 1000,- with her as dowry;
and it is agreed upon between them, that might he die before his spouse, then she shall take fl.1500,- for her ketuba in addition to her dresses and jewellery at that time;
and might she die before him, then he will return the fl. 1500,- and the dresses and jewellery to her inheritants;
and all other details will be as specified in the marriage contract made up before notary Geniets on August 21st, 1761.

Event (family) got engaged Jun 1761 Amsterdam Tnaim rishonim in act 5521/91 on 3 Sivan 5521;
groom: katsin naaleh Itsak b"r Yissachar z.l;
bride: the widow Peschi, accompanied by brother naaleh katsin Manes ben late khr"r Mordechai z.l; the groom also takes it upon him to convince his 3 daughters and their husbands to not demand after his demise not even 1 cent of the inheritanc e of their late mother or of his own, until his spouse Peschi will be paid out all of her ketuba and of its additions, this totalling fl. 1500,-;
the bride's brother will donate fl. 1000,- to the dowry;
they will also make up a marriage contract before a notary; and these further conditions were agreed upon: if mr. Itsak might die before his spouse,then she'll take the fl. 1500,- worth of ketuba and additions; and might she die before her spouse , then mr. Itsak is obliged to return to her inheritors the fl. 1000,- she introduced as dowry as well as all her dresses at that time;
the bride's brother takes it upon him to obtain an act of obligation from k"h Eli' ben late k"h Leib R' Ozers z.l. to feed and keep and raise the 3 daughters of his sister Peschi until they reach the age of 18 yrs. at least; and if he might withdr aw from this obligation, then he [still] has to supply all their needs until they marry, in a manner that there is no obligation whatsoever on mr. Itsak to feed and dress his wife's daughters from her 1st spouse;
committed for groom: katsin meromam torani k"h Zanwil ben late pum k"h Simon Polak z.l; committed for bride: naaleh Itsak ben late khr"r Mordechai z.l.
Matje Pes Mordechai Kijser, birth 1721 Amsterdam, died 1771 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 19 Shevat 5531 - Pes bat Mordechai Kijser, wife of Itsak Lappeman. 1st marriage 2nd marriage, daughter of Marcus Mordechai Hermanus Manes Keizer Kijser and Ester Benjamin Wolf Brommer
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