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What does "natenoemen" mean?

What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367184380000
Classification: Query
Hello,

I keep running into the word "natenoemen" on my ancestors Dutch records...currently I am working on death records. I can not find an English translation for this word. Can anybody please tell me what it means? Thank you!!

Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367208059000
Classification: Query
Are you talking about about legal documents like wills, etc.? And how is it used in the sentence? (name) hier natenoemen (function/role),.....

Then it means; hereafter to be called

The grammatically correct way to write it is; hierna te noemen.

If it is used in a different way, can you please either post a full sentence or attach a copy of such a document?

Kind regards,
Marianne

Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367222850000
Classification: Query
Hello (4N8WP?)

as Marianne already said, it is better to attach a scan of the document to your message to make sure we give you the right translation.

Greetings,
Irma

Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367240647000
Classification: Query
Thank you for the replies. Hi, again, to Irma!

Attached is the death record that I am working on. Jacob Bakker is my 3x Great Grandfather. The word "natenoemen" appears in type on the 6th line. I have the document translated well enough to understand. It is just that one word that I couldn't figure out.

Thanks, again, for the help!
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Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367241594000
Classification: Query
(No relative) of the deceased named hereafter / later on...

Kind regards,
Marianne

Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367242634000
Classification: Query
Thank you, Marianne!


Robin

Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367321337000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1367328222000
I have nothing to add to Marianne's translation! Would have said the same:)

Re: What does "natenoemen" mean?

Posted: 1367326164000
Classification: Query
Thanks for checking in, Irma. I'm sure I'll need more help soon, especially since my next two documents are completely handwritten.

Have a great day!


Robin
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