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Philip Uri-Feibesh Abraham Minden, birth 1695 Amsterdam, son of Abraham Eliaser Lazi Minden and Johanna Jent Elia Voorsangers Kotnum
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.
Rebecca Isaac de Jong Rintel, birth 1699 Amsterdam, daughter of Isaac Itsak Salomon Yoshua-Zelig de Jong Rintel and Roosje Reiz Aron Moznum
1) Salomon Zelig Philip v.Minden, buried 12 Apr 1790 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Zelig ben Peis Minden Dokter.
Event: graduated 1747 medical doctor in Harderwijk practicised as a doctor in Doesburg between 1750 and 1753; in 1756 in Amsterdam

Married 28 Jul 1752 Amersfoort, banns in Amersfoort in 1751.

on 30 Jun 1752 appear before the council men [Schepenen] of Amersfoort Philippus v.Minden and Samuel Cohen, fathers of their son and daughter, named Salomon v.Minden, bachelor residing in Doesburg and Eva Cohen Samuels, maiden, residing here, etc.
Proclamations on 20 June, 7 & 14 Jul.
They were married on 28 Jul.
Eva Samuel Cohen, died 10 Jul 1780 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: widow of Zelig Minden Rofe., daughter of Samuel Ezechiel Yecheskel Cohen-Amesfoort and Anna Channa Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel
2) Isaac Itsak Philip Peis v.Minden, birth 1730 Amersfoort, died 5 OKT 1806 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Itsak ben Peis Minden; member of chevra kedosha Gemiluth Chasadim., lives: , 'poorterschap' of Amsterdam for Isaac v.Minden from Amersfoorft, mi9ddleman of the Jewish Nation,
Event: event Feb 1805 Amsterdam In Shevat 5565 (bet 10th and 20th) appear before the trustees of the jewish community the couple Mirjam bat k"h Meyer Curiel z.l. & katsin naaleh k"h Itsak ben k"h Peis Minden z.l. from Amisfoort and sell in 3 different acts 3 seats they hav e in the great synagogue of Amsterdam, two of them to the stepson/son Samuel for the amounts of fl. 120,- and fl. 240,-, and one to stepson/son Zelig for the amount of fl. 240,-.

Married 1760 Amsterdam, dtb 737/161; witn.groom: f.Philip v.Minden; witn.bride: m.Merle Bing.

Premarriage contract before notary Geniets in Amsterdam on 12 & 16 Aug 1759 (13561/628 & 654):
Ester Moses de Jong, assisted by her mother Merla Bing and guardians Jacob de ///lion Arons & Levy Elias de Lima, residing in this town; Isak v.Minden, assisted by his father Philip v.Minden, residing in Amersfoort.

banns in Amsterdam on 18 Jan 1750; consent from Isaac's father Philippus v.Minden in Amersfoort.
Ester Mozes de Jong, birth 1735 Amsterdam, daughter of Mozes Isaac Itsak de Jong Rintel and Marianne Merle Michiel Bing
3) Judith Philip v.Minden
Event: event 27 Jul 1746 prenuptial contract before notary A.van Methorst in Amersfoort:
Aaron Heijmans, medicinae doctor, residing in Emmerik, Cleefsland, major bachelor and
Judith v.Minden, minor daughter rswiding in Amersfoort, assisted by her father Philip v.Minden, merchant here in town.
groom promises to introduce jewels, etc', as is cdommon
bride & father promise to bring in fl. 1399,- and a nice dowry, The marriage shall have to take place inside a year from now, the bride's father will decide as to where, and he will pay expenses of the marriage,
In case of breach of contract, damages will be fl. 500,-.
(no banns nor marriage found in Amersfoort)
4) Matje v.Minden, died 8 Apr 1800 Amersfoort
Married 30 Sep 1763 Amersfoort, banns in Amersfoort on 19 Aug 1763: Maetje v.Minden, minor maiden, assisted by her father Philip v.Minden, Jew on one side, and
Abraham Aaron (van Halberstadt, showing a proper consent from his father Aaron Samson, dated 20 June 1763.

Event (family) agreed on marriage contract 19 Aug 1762 Amersfoort before notary A.v.Veerssen, AT033a011, act
Abraham Aron, born in Halberstadt, residing in Amsterdam, and Maetje v.Minden, minor daughter here in town, assisted by her father Philip v.Minden, merchant here.
Groom promises to give the bride jewels & jewellery. according to jewish customs, the bride & father will introduce 1250 Caroli guilders, with a discount of 10% according to jewish custom. The groom will introduce a -proper chalitsa act from hi s brothers. If the groom or bride will end the connection, damages to be paid will be fl. 375,-.
The marriage will take place within a year, bride's father shall decide where and will pay ezpenses.
Abraham Aron Halberstat, birth ONG 1740 Halberstat, died VR 1807
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