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Isaac Itsak Salomon Yoshua-Zelig de Jong Rintel, birth 1659 Amsterdam, died 15 OKT 1729 Amsterdam, Zeeburg cemetery: on 22 Tishre 5490 - the old Isaac Rintel.
'Parnas Isaac de Jonge/Rintel' who died on Shemini Atzeret
(see "De Vrijdagavond; joodsch weekblad, vol. 1, 1925, nr. 42: on p' 245 photographs of his & his spouse's tombstones; htttp://
, son of Salomon Yoshua-Zelig Mozes de Jong Rintel and Ester Cantor
Event: event Jan 1705 death of child Muiderberg cemetery: on 1 Teveth 5465 - child of Itsak Rintel.

Married 1682 Amsterdam, dtb 693/164; witn.groom: m.Ester Cantor; witn.bride: f.Aron Joseph. to:
Roosje Reiz Aron Moznum, birth 1665 Amsterdam, died Jun 1743 Amsterdam, Zeeburg cemetery: on 21 Sivan 5503 - the old Roosje, wife of Isaac Rintel., daughter of Aron Joseph Moznum and Eva Benjamin Wolf Swaab
Event: signed a will MEI 1731 Amsterdam on 25 Ijar 5491 appears before the trustees of the jewish community the gevira Reiz bat late pum pum khr"r Aron Moznem z.l, widow of the late pum khr"r Itsak Rintel z.l. and declared: I came before you to make up a will; and she requested fro m us to hear and to accept her will, and to write it down and to sign it, as specified in this act, etc:
and so she said before us: first thing after her death 10 rabbis, who are married men, should learn during 1 full year and they should be rewarded each with 12 R"T [Reichtaler] for these 12 months; and they should start immediately after her death , and designate a fixed hour when the boys have spare time; and also a permanent light should be lit during that full year; and also a gravestone should be erected precisely at the completion of that year, as was done with my husband; and al l my property including silver & goldware and precious stones should not be left to strangers, but should be divided among ourselves or sold among ourselves; my property should divide equally among my daughter-in-law Sara, spouse of my elder so n khr"r Zelig m.h.l. and my daughters, especially in connection with my clothing; etc, etc.
Event: event Will executed on 2 Sep 1743 before notary Daniel v.d.Brink (toegang 5075, 10351/1274) quittance after demise of Roosje Arons:
Salomon de Jongh (4), Joseph de Jongh (7), Benjamin de Jongh (11)
Benjamin as well as empowered agent for Wolf Levij Meijer & his spouse Johanna de Jongh (3) residing in Halberstad, according to procuration by notary Heinrich Jacob Kohlman, passed on 28 Jul 1743 in Halberstad
further: Michiel Levij Bing, Elias de Lima & Jacob de Lion Arons as trustees of the children of Moses Isaac de Jongh (10)
Marcus Elias Ries, married to Schoontje de Jongh (1)
Heijman Boas, married to Marjana de Jongh (8)
Heijman Boas as well as empowered agent for Meijer Boas & his spouse Sibilla de Jongh (14), residing in Middelburg, according to procuration on 12 Jul 1743 before notary Daniel Zutterman
Hendrik Joseph Levij, married to Sara de Jongh (6)
Philip v.Minden, married to Rebecca de Jongh (9)
Samuel Ezechiel Cohen, married to Hana de Jongh (13)
Samuel Ezechiel Cohen as empowered agent of Godert Ezechiel Cohen & spouse Hester de Jongh (12), residing in Nimwegen, according to procuration of 25 Aug 1743 before notary Evert Sanders v.Well in Nimwegen
further: Abraham Levij de Jongh, married to Hester Jacobs, Isaac Nathan de Jongh, married to Sprins Jacobs and Benjamin Jacob de Jongh, as children of Merla de Jongh (2)
Andries Abraham, only son & inheritor of Rachel de Jongh (5)

the deceased has passed away at the house of the 3rd comparee Benjamin Isaac de Jonge.
The amount to be divided is fl. 10655, -
the 4 sons get each a ninth part, i.r. 1183 guilders, 17 stuivers & 8 penningen, whereas the part of Moses will be handed to the guardians of his children
the 10 daughters get each a eightteenth part, i.e. 591 guilders, 19 stuivers., whereas the part of Merla is divided between Ester, Sprins & Benjamin Jacob de Jonge, each one 197 guilders 6 stuivers & 6 penningen, and Rachjel's part goes in its tot ality to son Andries Abraham.

the next notarial act concerns an additional quittance, to do with Benjamin and the guardians of Moses' children. It concerns a house at the Oosterse Kaay, which Isaac Salomon had bought in 1702 for 8800 guilders.Moses & Benjamin had bought thi s house from their mother in 1730 for the amount of 10.000,-
in 1744 Benjamin transferred his part ( half of the property) to the inheritors of Moses.
In 1746 the guardians sold the house for the amount of 9500,- guilders on behalf of these inheritors.

another act (10470/201) on 5 Feb 1756 before notary Daniel v.d.Brink:
an additional quittance of the inheritors of Schoontje Isaac de Jongh (1)
Salomon Isaac de Jongh (4), Joseph Isaacs de Jongh (7) and Benjamin Isaacs de Jongh (11)
Sibilla Isaacs de Jongh (14), widow Marcus Boas
Philip v.Minden, married to Rebecca de Jongh (9), residing in Amersfoort,
Samuel Ezechiel Cohen, married to Hanna Isaacs de Jongh (13)
Benjamin I(saac de Jongh as empowered agent for:
Abraham Levij de Jongh, married to Ester Jacobs de Jongh
Benjamin Jacobs de Jongh
Isaac Nathan de Jongh, married to Srins Jacob de Jongh, where Ester, Benjamin & Sprins Jacobs de Jongh are children of the late Meerle de Jongh (2)
Benjamin Isaac de Jongh for:
Hirsch Wolff Meijer
Taypie Wolff Meijer
David Wolff Meijer in Berlin.
Israel Salomons for:
Wolff Levin Meijer as father & guardian of Rachel, Feijle, Ester & Meerle Wolff Meijer, all children of Hendle Isaac de Jongh (3)
Andries Abraham Schoelhoff, son of Rachel Isaac de Jongh (5)
Salomon Boas & Andries Abraham Schoelhoff as empowered persons for Saul Boas jr. in Middelburg and Marcus Boas, children of the late Mariane de Jongh (2) and Heijman Boas
Joseph & Benjamin Isaac de Jongh as guardians of Telsje, Isaac & Ester Moses de Jongh (10) all residing in Amsterdam.
The divided sum is 3645 guilders
a twelfth part - 303 guilders & 15 stuivers to each of the siblings still alive
a thirty sixth part - 101 gld & 5 st. to the children of Meerle, Moses and Mariane
a eighty fourth part - 43 gld & 7 st & 14 p to the seven children of Mariane.

Another quittance concerning legacies left by Schoontje Isaac de Jongh, before notary Daniel v.d.Brink on 19 Jan 1756 (10470/121)
Benjamin Isaacs de Jongh, Isaac Benjamin de Jongh and Andries Abraham Schoelhoff for themselves,
and the same Benjamin Isaacs de Jongh as father & guardian of Roosje Benjamin de Jongh
Isaac Nathan de Jongh as gouvernor of the college Jetoumin [orphans]
Levij Elias de Lima as governor of the college Bethamadras [= Beth Hamidrash= rabbincal school]
Abraham Levij as governor of the college Ijters S'kijnim [= Atereth Zekenim = care of the old]
Isaac Nathan de Jong for Aaltje Davids on behalf of the Gebra named Fagrichem of the Women [= Chevra for Tachrichim = college of clothing for the dead]
all residing in Amsterdam, together legatees of the late Schoontje Isaaks de Jong, widow of the late Marcus Elias Ries, deceased inside this town, according to her will of 14 April 1753 before notary Herman de Wolff.

Benjamin Isaacs de Jongh: fl. 1000,- and her clothes & furniture
Isaac Benjamin de Jongh, Andries Abraham Schoelhoff & Roosje Benjamin de Jongh, each fl. 500,-.
Isaac Nathan de Jongh on behalf of college Jetoumin : fl. 50,-
Levij Elias on behalf of Bethamadras: fl. 200,-
Abraham Levij on behalf of Ijtertes S'kijnim: fl. 50,-
Isaac Nathan de Jong on behalf of Aaltje Davids for Gebra Tagrichem: fl. 10,-

The executors of the will, Joseph & Benjamin declare that they have transferred the obligatie [governmental value paper] to the first 3 comparees.
1) Schoontje Sjeine Isaac de Jong Rintel, birth 1682 Amsterdam, died Sep 1755 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 12 Tishre 5516 - Sjeine bat Itsak Rintrel, widow of Model Wiener.
Event: event Will executed miss Schoontje Isaaks de Jong, widow of the late Marcus Elias Ries has made up a will on 14 Apr 1753 before notary Herman de Wolff.

Will of Marcus Elias Ries & Schoontje Izaks de Jong, made up before notary Daniel v.d. Brink on 30 Dec 1744.
some points thereoff:
her ketubah or marriage ware brought by her to the marriage, worth fl. 7260,- including all her jewels, pearls, bijouteries, clothes of silk, linen & wool, and additional items belonging to her
donates a certain amount to the poor
the orphans of the college will assist in her burial, and accompany the corpse to the cemetery; every orphan will be pais a certain sum, as will be the schoolmaster and the beadle of this college
fl. 85,- to the college of theological student Beth Hamidrasch Hes Haijm, and so to college Talmud Tora.
A fund of fl. 8000,- for Marcus' brother Abraham Elias Ries; if he marries he will get fl. 3000,- of that, and the remaning sum will be for eventual children. Might he come to die without children, then the fl. 5000,- will go to Beth Hamidrasch He s Haijm.
Other perrsons mentiond:
his sister Rachel, married to Bebdix Magnus in Hamburg: fl. 400,-
his brother Tevle Elias Ries: fl. 250,-
his sister Merla, married to Wollef Abraham Halle.

a addition (codicil) to this will before notary Daniel v.d.Brink on 30 Apr 1746:
Marcus Elias Ries lying in his bed:
he leaves a legacy for his spouse: fl. 800,-
the sum of fl. 150,- for his nephew Hendrik Davids, son of his brother Tevle.
again the mentioning of the fund for brother Abraham.

Married 1698 Amsterdam, dtb 701/64; witn.groom: father; witn.bride: f.Isaac Salomon de Jong. to:
Marcus Model Elias Ries Wiener, birth 1678 Hamburg, died 4 MEI 1746 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 14 Ijar 5506 - Model Wiener.

dues on burial at Muiderberg: on 4 May 1746 - Markus Elias Ries: fl. 30,-
, son of Elias Ries Levie-Wiener and N.N.
Event: event Will executed
2) Merla Meerle Isaac de Jong Rintel, died 1740 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 3 Sivan 5500 - wife of Jacob Kleef.
Married VR 1703 to:
Jacob Elias Levie-Rotterdam R"D, son of Elias Levie-Rotterdam R"D and N.N.
Event: event MEI 1723 sale of seats in synagogue of Amsterdam On 22 Ijar 5483 appears before the trustees of the jewish community mrs. Telts bat late khr"r Zadok z.l, widow of the late Abraham z.l, and sells to the guardians of the orphans of the late khr"r Jokeb ben hr"r Eli' Segal z.l, i.e. the alufim kets inim the aged pum khr"r Itsak Rintel m.h.l. [the deceased's f.-in-law] & aluf pum khr"r Kosman Segal m.h.l. [the deceased's brother] three seats in the synagogue of Rotterdam for the amount of fl. 250,-.
3) Helena Hendele Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel, birth 1686 Amsterdam
Married 1704 Amsterdam, dtb 704/191; witn.groom: mother; witn.bride: f.Isaac Salomon. to:
Wolf Levie Leib Meyer Eiger, birth 1685 Halberstadt
Event: event Jun 1705 Amsterdam Muiderberg cemetery:
on 6 Elul 5465 - child of Wolf Eiger, son-in-law of Itsak Rintel
on 29 Tishre 5467 - " " ben Leib " .

Additional children:
Meerle Wolff Meijer.
4) Salomon Zelig Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel, birth 1688 Amsterdam, died 1757 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 6 Elul 5517 - Zelig Rintel, member of chevra kedosha Gemiluth Chasadim.
Event: event between 1715 and 1733 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 24 Tammuz 5475 - child
on 1 Tishre 5491 - child
on 8 Tammuz 5493 - child of Zelig Rintel.

Married 1708 Amsterdam, dtb 706/325; witn.groom: f.Isaac Salomon; witn.bride: guardian Barend Salomon. to:
Sara Jacob Schif, birth 1692 Hamburg, died 1775 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 19 Adar I 5535 - the old Sara, widow of Zelig Rintel, died suddenly.
5) Rachel Isaac de Jonge Rintel, birth 1689 Amsterdam, died Feb 1716 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 27 Shevat 5476 - wife of Abraham Shulhoff.
Married 1707 Amsterdam, dtb 706/13; witn.bride: f.Isaac Salomon de Jonge. to:
Abraham Shulhoff, birth 1687 Berlin
6) Sara Isaac Itsak de Jonge Rintel, birth 1690 Amsterdam, died MEI 1761 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 2 Ijar 5521 - Sara, wife of late Chaim Levie-Schmalkalen.
Event: event MEI 1754 Amsterdam on 16 Ijar 5514 appears before the trustees of the jewish community the couple Sara bat Isaac z.l. & spouse khr"r Hirts ben hr"r Leib Bromet m.h.l. and sell to the influential mrs. Sara bat pum hr"r Itsak Rintel z.l, widow of the late pum Chaim Le vie z.l. one seat in the great synagogue, in the women's section.
Event: event Jul 1754 Amsterdam on 3 Tammuz 5514 appears before the trustees of the jewish community the couple Channa bat late pum hr"r Itsak Rintel z.l. & spouse aluf katsin khr"r Samuel ben late pum mhor"r Yecheskel Cohen z.l. and sell to [their sister/sister-in-law] Sara ba t late pum hr"r Itsak Rintel z.l. one seat in the great synagogue.
Event: signed a will 6 Jul 1760 Amsterdam Will of Sara Isaac de Jongh, widow of Hendrik Joseph Levij; before notary Geniets on 6 Jul 1760.
Total sum: fl. 20.000,-.
She is rsiding at Muiderstraat.
she leaves all her clothes, furniture and houseware to sister Hanna Isaac de Jongh
to the Jewish church[!] a man seat, under condition that it will be kept in their hands, for and in return of a daily lecture to be given by the rabbi
a woman seat in the great old church [!] currently in use by the widow Abraham Joseph Levij; to be for her use as long as she will live.
fl. 20,- annually to the church, as long as it exists.
a seat which she had bought from Samuel Ez. Cohen for fl. 500,- will remain on his behalf; he can acquire it back for the same sum.

Only and universal inheritors: her siblings, and the children of those siblings already passed away
Benjamin: a thirteenth part
Siva:as well
Rebecca: as well
Anna: as well
children of Salomon together: as well
children of Joseph together: as well
children of Moses together: as well
Andries Abraham Schoelhoff: as well
children of Meerle together: as well
children of Mindele[?] together: as well
children of Marianne together: as well
[Schoontje & Hester are not mentioned, as they died without leaving children]
there is a lenghty deliberation about Benjamin and Andries; seems to concern the two remaining parts

further legacies:
to Bethamadras, Tagrichum and more
to Marcus Hartog Levij: fl. 100,- [husband's nephew?; seems to be Meijer Hartog Menist, grandson of both her brs.-in-law Marcus/Meijer & Michel Joseph Levi-Schmalkalen, son of Meijer's daughter Bele & Michel's son Hartog]
to Salomon de Jongh Meijerszoon: her diamond ring
to Haim Meijer Joseph de Jongh: her silver Ganuca Anser [menora, chanukia]
to Eva Benjamin de Jongh: her golden pocket watch
to the children of Samuel Ezechiel Cohen, i.e. Maria, Rachel & Ezechiel each an amount of fl. 500,-; the money to be kept by the parnassim until they become majors or marry; gains on these sums to be paid to their parents until then.
to Benjamin Jongh & Andries Abr. Schoelfoff the sum of fl. 100,-, in order to pay weekly the som of 6 stuivers to Sipia, widow Abraham Levij[spouse of br.-in-law Abraham Joseph Levij]
Event: event Jun 1761 Amsterdam In the protocolls of the parnassim: On 20 Sivan 5521 mrs. Sara bat pum Itsak Rintel, widow of pum R' Chaim bar Juzpe Levie-Schmalkalden has left behind her, according to her will, 2 seats in the great synagogue to be donated to the community, unde r the following conditions:
1) they will never be sold
2) a sole teacher will each day give a course of half an hour from the seat in the men's department, and the relief fund will pay him in return fl. 20,- a year
3) on the expenses of the fund of the community a wax light will be lit each year on the remembrance day of her death

Married 1719 Amsterdam, dtb 711/453; witn.groom: f.Joseph Levie; witn.bride: f.Isaac Samuel deJonge. to:
Hendrik Chaim Joseph Juzpe Schmalkalen-Levie, birth 1691 Amsterdam, died Apr 1754 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 25 Nissan 5514 - Chaim Levie [?]., son of Joseph Juzpe Meyer Schmalkalen-Levie and Ester Pes Jacob Levie
7) Joseph Juzpe Isaac Itsak de Jonge Rintel, birth 1691 Amsterdam, died 1759 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 28 Nissan 5519 - Juzp' Rintel.
Event: event Sep 1722 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 28 Kislev 5482 - child of Joseph Rintel
on 4 Elul 5482 - child of Joseph Isaac Rintel
on 25 Cheshvan 5493 - stillborn child " "
on 18 Cheshvan 5494 - " " " " .

Married 29 Jan 1717 Amsterdam, dtb 710/458; witn.groom: f.Isaac Salomon de Jonge; witn.bride: f.Joseph Levie.
(see as well dtb 710/412)
Edel Joseph Levie, birth 1695 Amsterdam, died 1772 Naarden, Muiderberg cemetery: on 4 Nissan 5532 - Edil, widow of Juzpe Rintel; died in Naarden.
8) Marretje Isaac Rintel, birth 1697 Amsterdam, died 19 Jul 1747 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 12 Aw 5507 - widow of Chaim Boaz.

dues on burial: on 20 Jul 1747 - Marretje/Mariana, widow of Heijman Bounkes[?]: fl. 6,-

Married 1718 Amsterdam, dtb 711/218; witn.groom: f.Boas Isaac; witn.bride: f.Isaac Salomon. to:
Hijman Chaim Boaz Boas, birth 1692 Middelburg, died 6 MEI 1745 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 15 Ijar 5505 - pum Chaim ben Boaz

dues for burial: on 18 Sep 1745[?] - Heijman Boas, fl.6,-
, son of Boas Isaac Boas and Breinche Joseph v.Dasi
Event: event Jun 1725 accompanying bride in t.r. in Amsterdam In the tnaim rishonim on 14 Sivan 5485 aluf khr"r Chaim ben aluf katsin pu khr"r Boaz m.h.l. from Middelburg, thereto empowered and authorised by the bride and by her guardians, accompanies the bride the orphan Tserle bat Moshe Naftali Hirsch z.l . from Middelburg, who engages to be married to the groom naaleh David ben aluf katsin Abraham Weizel m.h.l, coming with empowerment and authorisation from his father; the intended chuppa will be in the middle of the month Cheshvan 5485 in Amsterd am or any other place that will be chosen; committed for groom: aluf katsin Joseph ben khr"r Judaleib Segal;committed for bride: aluf khr"r Naftali Hirts ben aged Judaleib Hamburger.
[the marriage takes perhaps place in Middelburg]
Event: event between 1720 and 1732 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 14 Adar II 5480 - child of Hijman Boaz, son-in-law of Isaac Rintel
on 6 Tammuz 5492 - stillborn " " " .
Event: event Mar-Apr 1734 acquiring seats in the synagogue of Amsterdam on 19 Adar II 5494 appear before the trustees of the jewish community the alufim, ketsinim, parnassim of the community and sell a seat in the great synagogue to aluf katsin khr"r Chaim ben late khr"r Boaz z.l; the seat is in the men's section betw een yakar Tuvia and Jacob Maarse.

from a copied act on 9 Nissan 5494:
'on 10 Tammuz 5476 appear before the trustees of the jewish community the couples Merle bat Benjamin Wolf z.l. & spouse Uri Feibesh ben Menashe Joseph Moshe z.l. and Reizche bat Nathan Feidel z.l. & spouse naaleh Zwi Hirsch ben Menashe Joseph Mosh e z.l. and sell 2 seats in the great synagogue to the alufim, ketsinim, parnassim';
and one of these seats, in the women's section, the parnassim now sold to katsin khr"r Chaim Boaz, as registered in his copy, which was made up today on 9 Nissan 5494.
9) Rebecca Isaac de Jong Rintel, birth 1699 Amsterdam
Married 1723 Amsterdam, dtb 713/331; witn.groom: f.Abraham v.Minden; witn.bride: f.Isaac Salomon de Jong.
Tnaim acharonim on 3 Adar II 5483;
groom: Uri Feibesh, accompanied by father aluf k"h Abraham ben late aluf k"h Lazi Minden z.l;
bride: Rivka, accompanied by aged father aluf pum k"h Isaac ben Yoshua Rintel z.l;
mother bride: Reiz bat late pum k"h Aron Moznum z.l;
the groom & his father found a partnership between them.
Philip Uri-Feibesh Abraham Minden, birth 1695 Amsterdam, son of Abraham Eliaser Lazi Minden and Johanna Jent Elia Voorsangers Kotnum
10) Mozes Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel, died 10 MRT 1738 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 29 Adar 5498 - Moshe Rintel, administrator for the poor; member of chevra kedosha Gemiluth Chasadim.
Event: event Jan 1724 committed person in t.r. in Amsterdam In the tnaim rishonim on 28 Teveth 5484 Moshe ben aged pum khr"r Isaac Rintel m.h.l. is committed for the bride Jente bat Judaleib z.l, accompanied by mother Serchi bat Judaleib Bachoer z.l, who engages to be married to the groom Yissachar Ferl i bar Elieser Leizer Segal; committed for groom: brother Juda Jadle bar Elieser Leizer Segal.
[no dtb; t.a. on 20 Sivan 5484]

Married 10 Feb 1724 Naarden, no dtb.
Tnaim acharonim on 16 Shevat 5484;
groom: khr"r Moshe, accompanied by father aluf katsin pum Isaac ben hr"r Yoshua Rintel;
bride: widow Priemcha bat late pum k"h Mordechai hakohen z.l;
mother groom: Reiz bat pum k"h Aron Moznem z.l;
mother bride: Taub bat hr"r Moshe Joseph z.l;
brothers groom: naaleh khr"r Zelig, khr"r Juzpa & khr"r Wolf;
the groom's parents donate a seat in the great synagogue to their son the groom.

Event (family) got engaged 1723 Amsterdam Tnaim rishonim on 29 Tishre 5484;
groom: important bachelor naaleh Moshe, accompanied by father aluf katsin pum k"h Isaac ben hr"r Yoshua Rintel z.l;
bride: the widow Priemche bat pum k"h Mordechai hakohen z.l;
the groom takes it upon him to keep and raise the children Zalman, Juzpe, Lazi & Anshil, which the bride has from her 1st spouse, until they will become 18 yrs.old; committed for groom: brother aluf k"h Joseph Juzpe ben aluf katsin pum k"h Isaa c Rintel;
committed for bride: brother aluf pum Joseph Juzpe ben late pum k"h Mordechai hakohen z.l.
Veronica Priemche Frommet Mordechai Cohen, birth 1689 Amsterdam, died 16 Nov 1728 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 25 Kislev 5489 - wife of Moshe Rintel. 1st marriage 2nd marriage, daughter of Mordechai Isaac Cohen and Duifje Taub Mozes Joseph
11) Benjamin Wolf Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel, birth 1701 Amsterdam, died 1769 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 4 Sivan 5529 - Wolf ben Itsak Rintel.
Event: event between 1730 and 1735 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 16 Ijar 5490 - child
on 14 Cheshvan 5493 - child
on 17 Adar 5495 - child of Wolf Rintel.

Married 1728 Amsterdam, dtb 716/220; witn.groom: f.Isaac de Jong; witn.bride: f.Philip Marcus. to:
Ester Philip Liepman Bochtel Pisk, birth 1708 Amsterdam, died 1763 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 6 Cheshvan 5524 - wife of Wolf Rintel., daughter of Philip Elieser-Liepman Marcus Mordechai Pisk Bochtel and Bele Hijman Chaim Helschau
12) Hester Isaac de Jongh Rintel, died VR 1749
Married 11 Nov 1727 Amersfoort, anns on 28 Oct 1727
odert Ezechiel Cohen & Hester Isaaqs de Jongh; consent is given by father Isaaq de Jongh; groom is assisted by father Ezechiel Cohen.
(info courtesy of Loes Buisman)
Godert Ezechiel Cohen-Amesfoort, birth 1700 Amersfoort, died 16 Feb 1780 Nijmegen, son of Ezechiel Yecheskel Salomon Zalman Cohen and Meerle Maritje Cohen
13) Anna Channa Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel, died 14 Apr 1765 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 23 Nissan 5525 - Hanna, spouse of Samuel Amesfoort

dues on burial at Muiderberg: on 15 Apr 1765 - spouse of Samuel Cohen, from Amsterdam - 3 florins.

Married 17 Nov 1730 Amersfoort, anns on 3 Nov 1730
Samuel Ezechiel Cohen, youngman, assisted by father Ezechiel Cohen, and
Anna Isaaks de Jong, youngwoman, assisted by mother Roosje Arons, widow of Isaak Salomon de Jong.
(info courtesy of Loes Buisman)
Samuel Ezechiel Yecheskel Cohen-Amesfoort, birth NA 1704 Amersfoort?, died 1775 Amsterdam, son of Ezechiel Yecheskel Salomon Zalman Cohen and Meerle Maritje Cohen
Event: event Dec 1753 Amsterdam In tnaim rishonim act 5514/31 on 28 Kislev 5514 katsin khr"r Samuel ben mhor"r Yecheskel hakohen z.l. is committed for bride Malka bat Nata Neta z.l. who engages to become married to Eliahu, accompanied by father Simcha bar Benjamin Moshe z.l; int ended chuppa in the month Kislev of the year 5515 halfway between their living places; the groom's father is committed for him. There is no parallel civil marriage in Amsterdam.
Event: event Feb 1764 death of unmarried daughter Muiderberg cemetery: on 13 Adar I 5524 - unmarried daughter of Samuel Amesfoort
14) Simmetje Tsiva Salomon, died 19 Feb 1764 Amersfoort, Muiderberg cemewtery: on 14 Adar I 5524 - Tsibe bat Itsak Rintel, widow of Meijer Boas; died in Amersfoort.

dues on burial on 19 Feb 1764 - Sibille/Simmetje, widow of Markus Boas, from Amersfoort, fl. 3,-

Event: event between 1743 and 1756 Middelburg in 1743 residing in Middelburg, married to Meyer Boas

in 1756 widow of Marcus Boas.

Married 17 OKT 1721 Amsterdam, dtb 712/492; witn.groom: f.Boas Isaac; bride widow of Mozes Abraham Ries.

Marcus Boas, 27 yrs.old, at Uijlenburg, accompanied by father Boas Izaaks, and
Simmetje Salomon, widow of Moses Abraham Ries, at Oudeschans.
(on 31 Oct the 3rd bann is delayed, because the bride did not yet introduce a proof of the death of her 1st husband, and neither a consent of the Weeskamer (citybody regulating orphan's rights); on 7 Nov she complied with these demands, and the 3r d bann was published on 9 Nov, the day of her 2nd marriage)

from the Weeskamer: on 7 Nov 1721 declares Ijsack Salomons de Jonge, in the name of his daughter Zibbe Isaaks, widow of Moses Abraham Ries, according to a certain act passed before the parnassim of Berlin on 25 Jan 1720, stating that Zibbe Isaack s has left her three children in the care of close friends of the side of their father, which was certified there.
Marcus Meyer Boas Boas, birth 1694 Amsterdam, died 17 Sep 1755 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 12 Tishre 5516 - Meijer Zeeland.

dues on burial at Muiderberg: on 17 Sep 1755 Meijer Boas, died in Amsterdam: fl. 3,-
, son of Boas Isaac Boas and Breinche Joseph v.Dasi
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