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Jacob Cohen, died 1 Jun 1807 Amsterdam, According to an act of notoriety concerning his daughter Keetje Jacobs, introduced at the latter's marriage in Wageningen on 7 Sep 1833 [huwelijkse bijlagen] her father drowned some weeks after her birth outside the Weesperpoort, between the Hooge sluis and the Utrechtse Poort on 1 Jun 1807, when he was engaged in helping to move a wood freight.
Married ONG 1806 Amsterdam to:
Mietje Cohen, birth ONG 1766 Schoonhoven, died 2 Apr 1839 Wageningen, Mietje Cohen, born in Schoonhoven, widow of Jacob Cohen, 82[?] yrs.old.
Notifier: son-in-law Levie Glasbeek, 38 yrs.old, tradesman.
1) Sara Cohen, birth 25 Apr 1807 Amsterdam
Married 7 Sep 1833 Wageningen, Levie Glasbeek, 33 yrs.old, born on 14 Jun 1801 in Amsterdam, residing in Wageningen, son of Salomon Levie Schaap Ijzerman & Keetje[?] Jacobs, and
Sara Cohen, born in Amsterdam on 25 Apr 1807, daughter of the late Jacob Cohen & Mietje Cohen, residing in Wageningen.
A child, the son Salomon Levie, son of Levie Glasbeek & Saartje Daniels[?], borbn on 15 Jun 1828 in Culemborg, is recognised as son of the couple. [deceased in Wageningen on 4 Feb 1916, single]

The groom's mother makes up an act of consent to the marriage before notary Hermanus Muller in Amsterdam on 30 Jul 1833.

An act of notoriety concerning the couple states their birth dates, and tells the tale of the death of bride's father.
A copy of the burial act concerning the groom's father is also introduced.
Levie Glasbeek, birth 14 Jun 1801 Amsterdam, son of Salomon Zadok Levie Schaap Ijzerman and Naatje Hindele Jacob Hagebach
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