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Asser Salomon Jacob-Shlomo Hitz, birth 1754 Hovensolmutz
Event: was naturalized 17 Jan 1812 Amsterdam assumption of name Hitz; then living at Uilenburg in the Schulpvangersgang, with 1 daughter, Sara, 19 yrs.old.
Event: event 3 MRT 1799 Amsterdam Zeeburg cemetery: child of Asser Jacob Salomon, son-in-law of Pinchas.
Poorlist 1809 Amsterdam: on the list under nr. 18.42: Asser Salomons = Asher ben Jacob Shlomo, son-in-law of Pinchas, 65 yrs.old, in lotteries, with 1 daughter of 16yrs.

Married 1787 Amsterdam, dtb 756/147; witn.groom: Carsten Salomon; witn.bride: f.Pinchas Hartog. to:
Clara Keile Pinchas Kleidersocher, birth 1763 Amsterdam, died 31 Aug 1810 Amsterdam, Zeeburg cemetery: wife of Asser Jacob Salomon, son-in-law of Pinchas K"H[= Kleiderhandler]., daughter of Pinchas Hartog Hirsch Kleidersocher Bukem and Sara Aron
Event: event OKT 1784 Amsterdam Previous Tnaim Rishonim:
Tnaim rishonim in act 5545/8 on 23 Marcheshvan 5545;
bride: Keile, accompanied by father Pinchas ben Hirsch; committed for bride: Peis ben Netanel Bachur; prospective groom: Shlomo ben Itsak Cohen; committed for groom: [brother in law] Shlomo ben Jacob A"B.
[the groom marries in dtb 755/573]
1) Salomon Shlomo Asser Hitz, birth Jun 1790 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
on 7 Sivan 5550 - birth of Shlomo ben Asher, son-in-law of Pinchas Kleiderhandler.
2) Sara Asser Salomons, birth 1797 Amsterdam
Married 8 Aug 1824 Leeuwarden, Marcus Levij Abraham Cohen, born on 25 Jul 1803, circumcised on 2 Aug 1803 in Leeuwarden, son of Abraham Marcus Levij Cohen & Jeltje Hartogs, and
Sara Asser Salomons, born in 1797 in Amsterdam, daughter of Asser Salomons & Naatje Salomons, deceased in Amsterdam in 1811 [sort of].

The bride Sara introduces a homologised birth act, wherein is stated, that she was born in Amsterdam in 1797, that her mother Naatje Salomon died in Amsterdam in 1811 without documentation, and that her father Asser Salomons left his childre n 13 yrs.ago after his spouses death, and it is not known, where he resides, in spite of several attempts to locate him. The witnesses stating all this are:
Benedecitus Abraham, tradesman, Amstelstr
Lea Abraham, at same address
Emanuel Welstand, vendor, Rapenb.str
Mozes Welstand, vendor, same address
Jacob Vorzanger, coral polisher, Stroomarkt
Machiel Samuel Wolfenbuttel
Johanes Lourens Silberling, bread baker

[Evidently the 3rd & 4th witness are father & son, uncle & cousin of the bride. Their spouse/mother is a sister of the late bride's mother, who was actually buried at Zeeburg cemetery on 31 Aug 1810. Although this mother's actual name was Clara/Ke ile bat Pinchas, this could easily have shifted to Naatje Salomons; Salomon being a 'translation' for Pinchas-Zelig, and Keile as well as 'translating' to Clara, also translating to Kaatje, which is one letter away from Naatje ]
Marcus Levij Abraham Cohen, birth 25 Jul 1803 Leeuwarden
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