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Abraham de Visscher

Birthdate: (56)
Birthplace: Emden, Lower Saxony, Germany
Death: December 6, 1627 (38-60)
Place of Burial: Nederland
Immediate Family:

Son of Gillis de Visscher and Catharinja de Visscher
Husband of Cornelia Coijmans
Father of Cornelia de Visscher; Clara de Visscher; Gillis de Visscher; Anna de Visscher; Gasper de Visscher and 3 others
Half brother of Anna de Visscher

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About Abraham de Visscher

On 3 July 1599, Abraham de Visscher, born in Emden (Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands??) , 28 years old, having lived 2 years in the Warmoesstraet, assisted by his uncle Erasmus de Visscher, was betrothed to Cornelia Coeymans, born in Antwerp, 17,He married Cornelia Coymans on November 22 1599 living on the Turfmarckt, assisted by her father Caspar Coeymans and her mother Isabel van Lemens (DTB 409/14). Abraham de Visscher I was the son of Gillis de Visscher and of Barbra Blommaert and the brother of Annde Visscher who married Quintin Jacobsz.

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Erasmus de Visscher was Gillis's brother (Nederlandsche Leeuw 68(1951), col.30). He invested, 4,000 f. in the first subscription for V.O.C. shares. He was a merchant living in de Duytschen Vaendrager on the O.Z. Achterburchwal. He was of Flemish origin (Van Dillen, Het oudste aandeelhoudersregister, p. 204.) In some unknown year (after 1619), he was a director of the V.O.C. (Algemeen Rijksarchief, Inv. Aanwinsten, nr. 1902-XXVI-94 (938)). He died before 6 December 1627, when his widow, Cornelia Coeymans, gave her son Abraham de Visscher II (1605-1667) a procuration to collect 250 Fl. pounds (1,500 f.) from the W.I.C. (NA 635, fol. 120-1, Not. Sybrant Cornelisz.) She paid a tax of 600 f. in 1631, at which time she was living on the East side of the O.Z. Achterburchwal (Kohier, fol. 136, p. 32). On 20 July 1633, Angneta, Sara and Hester Jacobs were said to have borrowed 2,792 f. from Abraham de Visscher II. A sentence of the Hooge Radt pursuant to a suit between Cornelia Coeymans and the sisters was cited in the house of Abraham Anthonisz. living in the Nes (NA 910, film 1146, Not. Eyloff). Abraham de Visscher II (1605-1667) spent some time in Emden before migrating to Amsterdam, where he was fist noted in 1627, when he gave Gysbert Dionijs a procuration to act on his behalf in Moscovy (NA 642, film 4953, folio 160 and Gelderblom, Prosopographic Data Base and Zuid-Nederlandse kooplieden, p. 317). He married Machteld Bas in 1632. She died in 1681 (Amsterdammers geportretteerd; Kopstukken 1600-1800 (N. Middelkop ed.), Exh. Cat. 2002/2003,, p. 93). On 9 April 1636, Abraham de Visscher II gave Gysbert Dionijs power of attorney to request an accounting from Joost van Bogaert and, in the absence of Lucas Metzu, to act on his behalf in connection with his share in the ship t lant van beloften which had sailed to Brazil (NA 642, folio 160-1).


On 3 July 1599, Abraham de Visscher, born in Emden (Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands??) , 28 years old, having lived 2 years in the Warmoesstraet, assisted by his uncle Erasmus de Visscher, was betrothed to Cornelia Coeymans, born in Antwerp, 17,He married Cornelia Coymans on November 22 1599 living on the Turfmarckt, assisted by her father Caspar Coeymans and her mother Isabel van Lemens (DTB 409/14). Abraham de Visscher I was the son of Gillis de Visscher and of Barbra Blommaert and the brother of Annde Visscher who married Quintin Jacobsz.

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Erasmus de Visscher was Gillis's brother (Nederlandsche Leeuw 68(1951), col.30). He invested, 4,000 f. in the first subscription for V.O.C. shares. He was a merchant living in de Duytschen Vaendrager on the O.Z. Achterburchwal. He was of Flemish origin (Van Dillen, Het oudste aandeelhoudersregister, p. 204.) In some unknown year (after 1619), he was a director of the V.O.C. (Algemeen Rijksarchief, Inv. Aanwinsten, nr. 1902-XXVI-94 (938)). He died before 6 December 1627, when his widow, Cornelia Coeymans, gave her son Abraham de Visscher II (1605-1667) a procuration to collect 250 Fl. pounds (1,500 f.) from the W.I.C. (NA 635, fol. 120-1, Not. Sybrant Cornelisz.) She paid a tax of 600 f. in 1631, at which time she was living on the East side of the O.Z. Achterburchwal (Kohier, fol. 136, p. 32). On 20 July 1633, Angneta, Sara and Hester Jacobs were said to have borrowed 2,792 f. from Abraham de Visscher II. A sentence of the Hooge Radt pursuant to a suit between Cornelia Coeymans and the sisters was cited in the house of Abraham Anthonisz. living in the Nes (NA 910, film 1146, Not. Eyloff). Abraham de Visscher II (1605-1667) spent some time in Emden before migrating to Amsterdam, where he was fist noted in 1627, when he gave Gysbert Dionijs a procuration to act on his behalf in Moscovy (NA 642, film 4953, folio 160 and Gelderblom, Prosopographic Data Base and Zuid-Nederlandse kooplieden, p. 317). He married Machteld Bas in 1632. She died in 1681 (Amsterdammers geportretteerd; Kopstukken 1600-1800 (N. Middelkop ed.), Exh. Cat. 2002/2003,, p. 93). On 9 April 1636, Abraham de Visscher II gave Gysbert Dionijs power of attorney to request an accounting from Joost van Bogaert and, in the absence of Lucas Metzu, to act on his behalf in connection with his share in the ship t lant van beloften which had sailed to Brazil (NA 642, folio 160-1).

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Abraham de Visscher's Timeline

1571
1571
Emden, Lower Saxony, Germany
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1600
Age 29
1603
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Age 32
1605
February 1605
Age 34
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October 1606
Age 35
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July 1611
Age 40
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Age 42
1616
June 1616
Age 45
Ommen, Overijssel, Netherlands