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Parents of Elizabeth Poelman, Amsterdam.

Parents of Elizabeth Poelman, Amsterdam.

Posted: 1346015549000
Classification: Query
Surnames: poelman gundelach flores
I'm searching for the parents of Elizabeth Poelman. I assume that Elizabeth Poelman was born in januari 1795 in Amsterdam. She was christened on the 28th of januari 1795 in Amsterdam in the Zuiderkerk. She married Daniel Gundelach, I do not know when. She died on the 12th of may in 1848 in Amsterdam. As you can see, I've found a lot if information about her, but I know absolutely NOTHING about her parents, except their names; Jan Harmsen Poelman and Maria Flores (Floris). Is there anybody who can help me? It would be very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Re: Parents of Elizabeth Poelman, Amsterdam.

Posted: 1346021380000
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 1346025894000
Surnames: Gundelach Poelman Floris
The 10-year marriage index 1813-1822, found via lists the marriage of Daniel Gundelach on 9 Jan 1814. See The record itself is on Elizabeth Poelman, age 18, is the daugther of Jan Poelman, deceased and Maria Floris. You need to deliver official copies of the birth or baptizm records of bride & groom and death records of deceased parents. The marriage is in register 1 page 7v, the left hand side of page 8 (top right corner. SO I tried to find these marriage supplements. They start on The 1st one is his baptizm, image 116. Image 117 is her baptizm on 28 January 1795. image 118 is the burial of Jan Poelman on 6 June 1802.
Image 119 gives all the data on 1 page. Image 120 gives information about the 4 witnesses.
Their baptizms can also be found on See attachment about her data that you mosly already know. There are 2 witnesses.
The index about the banns of her parents are on the second attachment.They were on 18 May 1781 The familyname of the bride is here spelled Floores. Hope this helps
Toevoeging. Door google te gebruiken zie ik dat deze gegevens al vanaf 9 Juli in het stamboomforum zijn gegeven. Dit is niet erg netjes Valerie. Daar schrijf je nederlands, dus dit zal je ook wel begrijpen. Zie voor de antwoorden op al je amsterdamse vragen die online antwoorden hebben.
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