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Jacob Jokeb Levie, birth 1694 Amsterdam, son of Juda Leib Jacob Levie and Sara Levie
Married 1727 Amsterdam, dtb 716/169; witn.groom: m.Sara Levie; witn.bride: f.Abraham David. to:
Rebecca Abraham, birth 1707 Amsterdam
1) Vogeltje Fegle Jacob Jokeb de Vries-Levie, birth 1733 Amsterdam, died 16 Dec 1817 Amsterdam, G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
Vogeltje de Vries, 88 yrs.old, spouse of Salomon Soesman.
Notifier: Simon Jacob Faiencier, 57 yrs.old, son-in-law.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)

Married 1756 Amsterdam, dtb 734/453; witn.groom: f.Eliaser Soesman; witn.bride: m.Rebecca Abraham.
Tnaim acharonim in act 5516/57 on 18 Ijar 5516;
groom: Zalman ben hr"r Zoesman m.h.l;
bride: Fegle bat Jokeb z.l, who brings fl. 150,- with her as dowry;
brothers groom: Zimle & Itsak, and Koppel, living in Suriname;
mother bride: Rivka, widow of Jokeb Levie z.l.
Salomon Zalman Soesman Rudelsum, birth 1735 Amsterdam, died 5 Jul 1818 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 3 Tammuz 1818 [7 Jul 1818] - Salomon/Zalman Zoesman Soesman/Rudelsum.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
on 5 Jul 1818 - Salomon Soesman, 82 yrs.old, spouse of Vogeltje de Vries.
Notifier: Simon Jacob Faiencier, 56 yrs.old, son-in-law.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
, son of Soesman Isaac Rudelsum and Marianne Merle Samson Zimle
Event: event Jul 1759 membership of community in Amsterdam Salomon Sousman goes in appeal before the mayors of Amsterdam: he, inhabitant of this town, son of rabbi Eleazar Sousman, married to Vogel Jacobs from Leeuwarden, daughter of Jacob Leevij, living in Leeuwarden, although she already lived in Amster dam before her marriage. They were as couple accepted as members of the Ashkenazi community in 1756, and paid all their dues in connection therewith, and enjoyed the rights of membership.
But a couple of months afterwards the beadle of this community appeared at their place sent by the parnassim and denied them of their membership to their utmost surprise.
Salomon & his father showed themselves before the parnassim in order to get informed on what reason this denial was undertaken, and they were then told, that the reason was, that the appealer's wife had given birth within nine months of their marr iage. The appealer and his father then showed the parnassim the injustice thereby carried out to them, and the parnassim contented them utterly by authorising the appealer and wife their rights of membership, without any hindrance.
However, Salomon then wanted to become a member in his father's college Poognale Sedek (Poalei Tsedek) but the parnassim informed the treasurer (of that college), that the suppliant is not a member of the community, and thus cannot be admitte d to the college.
This while the suppliant & his wife are of behaviour of which nothing demeaning whatsoever can be said, and this mistreatment of them by the parnassim has no foundation or reason whatsoever, and thus this treatment is misbehaven and causing prejud ice to the fame & good name of the suppliant & his wife, etc'. (in copies & letters of the parnassim, Central Archives of the Jewish People, Jerusalem, microfim HM 9699)
Event: event between 1763 and 1772 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 1 Sivan 5523 - stillborn child
on 18 islev 5533 - " of Salomon Soesman Rudelsum.
Event: was naturalized 27 Dec 1811 Amsterdam assumption of name Roeders; then living at Rapenburgerstr. 131, with 1 son, 2 daughters and 5 grandsons;
son: Soesman Salomon, 51 yrs.old, married to Esther Keijser, and living at Rapenburgerstr. 131, with 5 sons: Salomon, 10 yrs, Jacob, 7 yrs, Samuel, 4 yrs, Zadok, 3 yrs. and Isaac, 9 months old;
daughters: Rebecca, 54 yrs. and Marianne, 42 yrs.old.
2) Judith Levie, birth 1737 Amsterdam
Married 1755 Amsterdam, dtb 734/133; witn.groom: brother Hijman Levie; witn.bride: m.Rebecca Abraham. to:
Elkan Levie Gunzenhausen, birth 1731 Amsterdam, son of Levie Koopman Yekuthiel-Koopman Gunzenhausen and N.N.
Event: event MRT 1761 Amsterdam Zeeburg cemetery: on 7 Adar I 5521 - child of Elkan Levie Gunzhausen.
Event: event Feb 1755 Amsterdam death of first spouse?:
on 2 Shevat 5515 - burial of wife of Elkan Levie G"H.
3) Kaatje Chaya Jacob Jokeb Levie, birth 1751 Leeuwarden, died 18 Nov 1816 Amsterdam, G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
Kaatje Jacob de Vries, 85[?, = 65] yrs.old, born in Leeuwarden, spouse of Abraham Joseph Polak,
75[?] yrs.old.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)

Married 1787 Amsterdam, dtb 756/308; groom widower of Rachel Salomon; witn.bride: m.Rebecca Abraham.
tnaim acharonim in act 5547/38 on 21Sivan 5547 ;
groom: widower Abraham ben Joseph Polak z.l;
bride: Chaya bat Jokeb z.l;
brothers groom: Ziskind, Leib, Zoesman, Jacob & Isaac, sons of Abraham.
Abraham Joseph Polak, birth 1754 Amsterdam, died 7 Jan 1824 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 7 Shevat 1824 [7 Jan 1824] - Abraham Joseph Polak.

G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
on 6 Jan 1824 - Abraham Joseph Polak, 85[?, = 70] yrs.old, widower of Kaatje Jacobs.
Notifier: Marcus Zonneveld, 34 yrs.old, son-in-law.
(info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
, son of Joseph Abraham Polak and Clara Kreinele Levie Kan
Event: event between 1784 and 1787 death of children Zeeburg cemetery:
on 19 Kislev 5545 - child
on 21 Nov 1787 - child of Abraham Joseph Polak.
Event: event 15 OKT 1801 death of son Muiderberg cemetery: unmarried son of Abraham ben Joseph Polak.
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