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Stijnje Cornelis

[*Note A.G.: Maybe Stijntje Cornelis took care of her parents and their little farm(?) maybe even the farm of her grandparents? while in the before-said church cashbook was also recorded that "on April 27 and May 16, 1810 Derk Remkes, Aaltien Eilders, Grietien Jans and Dyntie Poppes payed the church the so-called "boelpenningen" what means "money from an auction" of [*the just deceased] Stijntien Kornelys", to a total sum of 38 guilders and 22 stivers (or 39 guilders and 2 stivers. While in the same cashbook also was recorderd that "Korneelis Jans and wife [*Griete Freeks?] payed on January 19, 1809 (the Meedhuizen deacons) also his "boelpenningen" 85 guilders, 15 stivers and 5 doits" this public auction probably must be dated in the end of 1808, almost a year before the later death of Stijntje Cornelis, maybe because she was already too ill to continue her management of the (little) Cornelis Jans farm?? Her father was at that time 67 years old and maybe sold the farm by this age?).




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