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Hartog Hirts Isaac Itsak Cohen-Schwerin, birth 1711 Amsterdam, died 29 Apr 1789 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Hirts ben Itsak Cohen-Schwerin., son of Isaac Itsak Hartog Naftali-Hirts Cohen and Mindele Jacob
Married 1735 Amsterdam, dtb 721/175; witn.groom: f.Isaac Cohen; witn.bride: f.Mozes Joseph.
Tnaim acharonim on 11 Sivan 5495;
groom: bachelor naaleh Naftali Hirts Kats, accompanied by father aluf torani khr"r Isaac Eizik[?] ben late mhor"r Naftali Hirts Kats z.l;
bride: Peyerche, accompanied by father aluf torani mhor"r Moshe ben late Elieser Zoesman Emden z.l;
small brother groom: Joseph;
mother bride: unnamed.

Event (family) got engaged 1734 Amsterdam Tnaim rishonim on 2 Ijar 5494;
groom: Naftali Hirts Kats, accompanied by father aluf torani mhor"r Isaac ben mhor"r Naftali Hirts Kats z.l;
bride: Peyerche, accompanied by father aluf torani mhor"r Moshe ben Elieser Zoesman Emden z.l; committed for groom: uncle torani mhor"r Simon ben mhor"r Naftali Hirts Kats z.l;
committed for bride: aluf khr"r David ben aluf katsin pum khr"r Klonimus Kalman Renz.
Abigael Peyer(che) Mozes Emden, birth 1711 Amsterdam, died 28 Apr 1787 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Peyer, wife of Hirts ben Itsak Cohen-Schwerin., daughter of Mozes Joseph Elieser-Zoesman Emden and Wife of Moshe
1) Rebecca Hartog Hirts Cohen, birth 1747 Amsterdam, died 9 Sep 1812 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 4 Tishre 1812 [10 Sep 1812] - Rebecca Hartog Goldsmit[!], wife of Itsak ben Zalman Levie-Lemge.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
on 9 Sep 1812 - Rebecca Hartog Goldsmit, 68 yrs.old, widow of Isaac Salomon Levie.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)

Married 1764 Amsterdam, dtb 740/394; witn.groom: f.Salomon Isaac Goldsmit; witn.bride: f.Hartog Isaac Cohen.
Tnaim acharonim in act 5524/139 on 2nd day of Rosh Chodesh Elul 5524; groom: khr"r Itsak ben katsin Zalman halevi m.h.l; bride: Rivka, accompanied by father katsin Hirts ben k"h Itsak hakohen z.l; the groom's father donates fl. 1100,- to the dowry , but will use the money as loan [for the benefit of the couple] during 10 years as stated in the tnaim rishonim; the bride's father donates fl. 3300,- to the dowry; he also obliges himself to house and feed the couple during 10 years after the ma rriage; he will also benefit the couple with a third of the earnings of his business, as pointed out in the tnaim rishonim and the marriage contract, made up before a notary; mother bride: Peyer bat mohr"r Moshe z.l.

Event (family) got engaged 1763 Amsterdam Tnaim rishonim in act 5524/23 on 19 Marcheshvan 5524; groom: Itsak Segal, accompanied by father katsin Zalman ben k"h Itsak Segal z.l; bride: Rivka, accompanied by father katsin Hirts ben k"h Itsak Cohen z.l; the groom's father will donate fl. 110 0,- cash to the dowry, and keep the money at his hands during 10 years as a business-loan, and give the couple each year of these ten years fl. 50,- as interest; the bride's father will donate fl. 3300,- to the dowry, and will house and feed th e couple during the first 10 years of their marriage; and other expenses which the couple might have, they should pay from their own purse; on the other hand, the bride's father took the obligation before the notary to give the couple one fourt h of a partnership in his business, and a third part in prospective ventures of this business; the parties also took the obligation to hire during these 10 years a competent teacher, who will teach the groom thora; two thirds of this expense wil l be on the side of the bride, and only one third part on the side of the groom; and might the bride die at a premature age, and the groom would marry another bride, even then is this bride's father obliged to give the couple a third part of al l his ware and his cash money and of his wealth at that time; committed for groom: his father; committed for bride: her father.
Isaac Itsak Salomon Zalman Goldsmit Lemgo-Segal, birth 1747 Amsterdam, died 15 Jun 1798 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Itsak ben Zalman, son-in-law of Hirsch[?] Cohen[?]., son of Salomon Zalman Isaac Itsak Goldsmit Lemgo-Segal and Rachel Rechla Joseph Mink Menzige

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Hartog Hirts Isaac Itsak Cohen-Schwerin
Married 1788 Amsterdam, dtb 756/507; groom widower of Vrouwtje Mozes v.Emden; bride widow of Eliaser Matthijs Kijser. to:
Dina Abraham Franke, birth 1734 The Hague 1st marriage 2nd marriage, daughter of Abraham Franke and Sara Hijman
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