Willbrink, Hendrik 1a

Also Known As Willbrink, Hendrik
Birth Name Willemsen, Hendrik 2a
Gender male

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Baptism 1696-07-05 Apeldoorn, Gelderland, Nederland  
2a 3a
Occupation     Papiermaker
3a
Death about 1771    
3a

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Wilbrink, Willem Peters
Mother Jans, Beerentien
         Willbrink, Hendrik

Families

    Family of Willbrink, Hendrik and Braakman, Janna
Unknown Partner Braakman, Janna
  Children
  1. Wilbrink, Willemken
  2. Wilbrink, Willem
  3. Wilbrink, Lubberta
  4. Wilbrink, Aart
  5. Willbrink, Willemke
  6. Wilbrink, Berendijna
  7. Wilbrink, Lubbertus

Pedigree

  1. Wilbrink, Willem Peters
    1. Jans, Beerentien
      1. Willbrink, Hendrik
        1. Braakman, Janna
          1. Willbrink, Willemke
          2. Wilbrink, Willemken
          3. Wilbrink, Berendijna
          4. Wilbrink, Lubbertus
          5. Wilbrink, Willem
          6. Wilbrink, Lubberta
          7. Wilbrink, Aart

Ancestors

Source References

  1. Netherlands, Gelderland, Velp church records 1552-1903
      • Date: 1731-02-11
      • Page: 1731-02-11
      • 1731 Willemken Wilbrinck baptism
  2. Netherlands, Gelderland, Apeldoorn Hervormd church records
      • Date: 1696-07-05
      • Page: 1696-07-05
      • 1696 Hendrik WIllemsen baptism
  3. Wil Braakman: Parenteel van Lubbert BRAAKMAN
      • Page: #1.1
      • Citation:

        Tussen 1733 en 1744 lieten Hendrik en Johanna zes kinderen in Velp dopen. Hendrik Wilbrink was Mr. Papiermaker op de Keienberg te Velp 1730-1771, 1760 geerfde van Velp. Wilbrink heeft kennelijk niet slecht geboerd, want in 1756 kon hij een huis met toebehoren en een weide, genaamd de Gheer kopen. Zijn schoonzoon Hendrik Roes volgt hem als pachter op op de molen aan de Keienberg.

      • Citation:

        Between 1733 and 1744 showed Henry and Johanna six children baptized in Velp. Hendrik Wilbrink was Papermaker at the Keienberg Velp 1730-1771, 1760 inherited from Velp. Wilbrink has apparently not bad burped, because in 1756 he was a house with accessories and a meadow called the Gheer buy. His son Hendrik Roes follows him as a tenant at the mill at the Keienberg.