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26 Feb 2019

Jan de Jong married Maartje Bosman in 1744 in Rotterdam

Rotterdam
Jan de Jong was baptized in Rotterdam, Holland, on 18 December 1718 with witness Jannetje Jans. His parents are van Nicolaas (Claas) Dirckse de Jong (1754) and Abigael (Abiegeltie) Jans de Weijne (±1680-1762), and they were living in the Leeuwestraet in Rotterdam since their marriage in May 1700. Jan had elder surviving siblings Neeltie and Dirk de Jong.

Jan was married to Maartje (Maartie) Bosman on 14 October 1744 the English-presbyterian church of Rotterdam. They had first given notice of their marriage on 27 September. Maartje was baptized on 19 March 1716 in Rotterdam. Her parents are Jan “den Jongen” Bosman and his wife Cornelia Gobelius (†1747) who were married in Rotterdam on 7 May 1715. Maartje Bosman was a witness at the baptisms of her nephew Jan Bosman on 8 July 1747 and her grandchildren Maartje de Jong on 12 January 1773, Jan de Bruijn on 8 August 1775, and Cornelia de Bruijn on 16 November 1783.

Jan de Jong and Maartje Bosman were living at the Nieuwehave Street in Rotterdam. Jan is buried on 5 September 1781 in Rotterdam, aged 62. He was survived by 3 children. As a widow Maartje Bosman was living at the Botersloot Street. She was buried on 15 February 1788 in Rotterdam.

Children of Jan en Maartie:
  1. Klaas de Jong was baptized in Rotterdam on 29 July 1745 with witnesses Claas de Jong (his paternal grandfather) and Abigeltie de Weijne (his paternal grandmother). Klaas was married in Rotterdam on 4 April 1771 to Adriaantje Clerck (also Klerk). She was baptized on 21 August 1741 in Rotterdam. Her parents are Pieter de Clerck and Antonia Kalff. Klaas and Adriaantje had a daughter named Maartje baptized on 12 January 1773 in Rotterdam with witnesses Jan de Jong and Maartje Bosman. Klaas de Jong was buried on 11 May 1786 in Rotterdam. His widow was married there on 2 May 1790 to Marinus Klein. Adriaantje Clerck died on 13 March 1821 in Rotterdam.
  2. Cornelia de Jong was baptized in Rotterdam on 19 February 1747 in Rotterdam with witness Cornelia Gobelius (maternal grandmother). On 21 February 1773 in Rotterdam Cornelia was married to Maarten de Bruijn. He was born in Gouda in 1738 and had been married before. Cornelia and Maarten had 7 children. Among these children was a daughter Cornelia de Bruijn, baptized on 16 November 1783 in Rotterdam with witness Maartje Bosman (her maternal grandmother). Maarten de Bruijn died in Rotterdam on 8 November 1815, aged 77 years. Cornelia de Jong died there on 1 July 1827.
  3. Jan de Jong was baptized in Rotterdam on 9 March 1749 with witnesses Helena Blij and Jan Bosman. Jan is buried on the St. Jans cemetery in Rotterdam on 11 November 1751 in Rotterdam, aged 3.
  4. Dirk de Jong was baptized on 11 February 1751 in Rotterdam with witnesses Elisabeth Geldermans and Dirk de Jong (his paternal uncle, married to Elisabeth Geldermans). Dirk died before July 1753.
  5. Jan de Jong was baptized on 22 May 1752 in Rotterdam with witnesses Helena Blij and Jan Bosman.
  6. Dirk de Jong was baptized on 22 September 1754 in Rotterdam with witness Elisabeth Geldermans. Dirk was likely buried on 16 May 1755 in Rotterdam.
  7. Martinus de Jong was baptized on 26 October 1755 In Rotterdam with witness Maria Bosman (his maternal aunt). Martinus was likely buried on 9 October 1756 in Rotterdam.
  8. Leendert de Jong was baptized on 7 September 1757 in Rotterdam with witnesses Helena Blij and Jan Bosman.

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