Veer, de

12. Generation

2.837.            de Veer, Debora
Mennonitin;
gest. Danzig, (?) 18.06.1677
verh. um 1650  (sie wird nicht in (Q.2) erwähnt)
Q: 1. H.Thiessen, Brief 19.3.1987; 2. Stammliste der Familie Momber. -
2.836.            Momper (Momber), Hermann
Sohn von Anthony Momber und Barhara N.N.
Mennonit;
geb. um 1621;
gest. Danzig, (?) 16.09.1669;             begr. Danzig, (?)

Kinder:
1) Momper (Momber), Hermann
 geb. 1660; gest. Danzig 05.07.1701
verh. 25.06.1679
Siemens, Magdalena; geb. Danzig 03.07.1660; gest. Danzig 16.12.1700/1709

2) Momper (Momber), Jacob, Rotgerber; geb. Danzig 30.08.1663;
get. Danzig, Stadtgebiet, (mennonitisch) 06.07.1687; gest. Danzig 24.03.1731
verh. Danzig 23.11.1692
Gleistein, Susanna; Mennonitin; geb. um 1670; get. Danzig 11.07.1688;
gest. Danzig 14.04.1731

3) Momper (Momber), Sara; geb. Danzig 1664;
get. Danzig, Stadtgebiet, (mennonitisch) 04.07.1683;
gest. Danzig, Altschottland 29.03.1735
verh. Danzig 04.06.1684
Stuttmann, Tobias; get. Danzig, Stadtgebiet, (mennonitisch) 10.06.1674;
gest. Danzig 04.12.1696

4) Momper (Momber), Johann; geb. Danzig 1668; gest. Danzig 18.01.1744
verh. Danzig 1708
 von Barle (Barlen), Anna

 

13. Generation

5.674.           de Veer, Abraham
geb.
gest. ca. 1652
verh.
5.675.           Pasch, Catharina
geb.                  gest. vor 1652

Kinder:
1) Jacob de Veer  gest. 14 Aug 1693
2) Cornelis de Veer
3) Hans de Veer  gest. 18 Apr 1698
4) Debora de Veer gest.  18 Jun 1677;  verh. Hermann  Momper
5) Sara de Veer  verh. 1661  Isaac Momper
6) Elisabeth de Veer  gest.  18 Nov 1681
7) Ghysbert de Veer  geb.1628, gest. 12 Mar 1683
8) Pieter Abrahamsz. de Veer  geb. 1631, gest. 20 Nov 1669
9) Abraham de Veer  geb. 1634, gest. 1691
10) Anna de Veer
11) Isaac Abrahamsz de Veer  gest. 20 May 1691

Q:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fehr/Fehr/surname_index.htm

14. Generation

11.348.          de Veer, Gysbert Jansz
geb. Schiedam / Niederlande 14.05.1556
gest. Danzig 17.05.1615
“Gysbert was most surely baptized into the Catholic faith in infancy, but what is important is that he was re-baptised as an adult into the community of the anabaptists. The church leaders who baptised Gysbert would probably have known Menno Simons personally when they were youths; Menno died in 1559. Gysbert’s adult baptisim must have occured sometime in the 1570′s or 1580′s, at a time when persecution by the political and religious authorities still made life harsh for Mennonites, although the days of great danger were past. He was the son of Jan de Veer.
According to the Canadian Mennonite Encyclopedia, Gysbert Janazoon de Veer was a grain merchant, who ca. 1560 may have settled at Danzig, Prussia and then moved back to Amsterdam, where he obtained his citizenship in 1601. He returned to Danzig where he died.”

verh. Amsterdam  1580
11.349.         Harnasveger, Debora Claesdochter
Tochter von Claes Jakobszoon Harnasveger und Weyn Pieters.
geb. Amsterdam    1560
gest. Danzig  14.08.1627

Kinder:
1) Nicolaes de Veer  geb. Mar 1583, gest. 8 Sep 1646
2) Abraham de Veer  gest. um 1652
3) Anneke de Veer  geb. 1588
4) Hans de Veer  geb. ca. 1590
5) Cornelius de Veer  geb. ca. 1592
6) Jacob de Veer  geb. 4 Mar 1594, gest. 1654
7) Gijsbert de Veer   geb. 7 Nov 1600, gest. 16 Feb 1646
8) Harman de Veer
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fehr/Fehr/surname_index.htm

Debora de Veer
d. 18 Jun 1677
Abraham de Veer
d. c 1652
Gysbert J. de Veer
b. 14 May 1556
d. 17 May 1615
Debora C. Harnasveger
b. 1560
d. 14 Aug 1627
Catharina Pasch
d. b 1652
Abraham de Veer
d. c 1652
Gysbert Jansz de Veer
b. 14 May 1556
d. 17 May 1615
Jan de Veer
b. c 1536
Debora Claesdochter Harnasveger
b. 1560
d. 14 Aug 1627
Claes J. Harnasveger
b. b 1541
Weyn Pieters
b. bt 1530 – 1540

 

 

Gysbert Jansz de Veer (M)
b. 14 May 1556, d. 17 May 1615, #2092

     Gysbert Jansz de Veer was born on 14 May 1556 at Schiedam, The Netherlands,Gysbert was most surely baptized into the Catholic faith in infancy, but what is important is that he was re-baptised as an adult into the community of the anabaptists. The church leaders who baptised Gysbert would probably have known Menno Simons personally when they were youths; Menno died in 1559. Gysbert’s adult baptisim must have occured sometime in the 1570′s or 1580′s, at a time when persecution by the political and religious authorities still made life harsh for Mennonites, although the days of great danger were past. He was the son of Jan de Veer.Gysbert Jansz de Veer married Debora Claesdochter Harnasveger, daughter of Claes Jakobszoon Harnasveger and Weyn Pieters, in 1580 at Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He died on 17 May 1615 at Danzig, Prussia, at age 59.
According to the Canadian Mennonite Encyclopedia, Gysbert Janazoon de Veer was a grain merchant, who ca. 1560 may have settled at Danzig, Prussia and then moved back to Amsterdam, where he obtained his citizenship in 1601. He returned to Danzig where he died.

Debora Claesdochter Harnasveger (F)
b. 1560, d. 14 August 1627, #2093

     Debora Claesdochter Harnasveger was born in 1560 at Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She was the daughter of Claes Jakobszoon Harnasveger and Weyn Pieters.Debora Claesdochter Harnasveger married Gysbert Jansz de Veer, son of Jan de Veer, in 1580 at Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She died on 14 August 1627 at Danzig, Prussia.

 

15. Generation

22.696.          de Veer, Jan
geb.   um 1536

     Jan de Veer was born circa 1536 at The Netherlands,An archivist in the archives office in Veere, Holland suggested that our DeVeer family could have originated in Schiedam where many Veere residents fled to after Veere came under the control of the Duke of Burgundy in the early 16th century (as a result of the Dowery of his new wife). He said these refugees usually adopted the name DeVeer.In the tower of the local 500 year old City Hall there is a citizen registry book started in the 15th century. There is an entry for Janss Gysbrecht (Janss. Gijsbrecht) , born Aug.11, 1521. The archivist speculated that this could be the father of our earliest known ancestor Gysbert Jansz DeVeer (1556-1615) if he had moved from Veere to Schiedam, as the name of the son then was usually the father’s but reversed. Schiedam was a trading port under the control of one of the Mercantile Trading Companies established by the state and all the records about its citizens prior to approximately 1700 were taken to the state archives in Amsterdam where they remain.

Child of Jan de Veer:

Gysbert Jansz de Veer+   b. 14 May 1556, d. 17 May 1615

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fehr/Fehr/p57.htm#i4241