Jacob van Beeck Vollenhoven, heer van Loenhout

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Jacob van Beeck Vollenhoven, heer van Loenhout

Also Known As: "sir ? - 1820: Heer van Loenhout-BE"
Birthplace: Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD, Europa
Death: March 16, 1834 (44)
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD, Europa
Immediate Family:

Son of Hendrik Vollenhoven, mr. and Catharina Johanna Vollenhoven-van Beeck
Husband of Louise van Beeck Vollenhoven-Hartsen
Father of Hendrik van Beeck Vollenhoven, dr.; Mattheus Pieter van Beeck Vollenhoven and Agatha Petronella van Beeck Vollenhoven
Brother of Ignatia Vollenhove and Cornelius Vollenhoven, mr.

Occupation: Koopman ~ Merchant, businessman at Amsterdam, partner in the trading company of Ten Cate and Vollenhoven, consul of Prussia, cofounder and trustee of the Algemeene Doopsgezinde Sociëteit (ADS) and curator of its seminary,
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About Jacob van Beeck Vollenhoven, heer van Loenhout

Curriculum VITAE
  • Lid fa. J. van BEECK VOLLENHOVEN & Comp.
  • 1815 : 'Kommerzien-rat' & Consul Koninkrijk Pruissen te Amsterdam
  • 1818 : Ridder Rode Adelaar 3e klasse
  • 1818 : Marques, Jean-Claude Bernardin, Markies de la Valette owns Castle Loenhout.
  • 1820 : through forced expropriation, the Castle Loenhout become the property of the Knight, Sir Jacobus van BEECK VOLLENHOVEN, Prussian Consul and banker from A'dam. The sale, announced 23-24 Aug and 06-07 Sep 1841, was finally sold on 15 Oct 1841. The sale deed was drawn up by the Antwerp notary Judocus HANEGRAEFF - 1841 n° 4864 - Sellers : Henry van BEECK VOLLENHOVEN, merchant at A'dam,who acted in his own name and on behalf of his wife Mary STADNIILSKI and his sister Agatha Petronella van BEECK VOLLENHOVEN & her husband Samuel Alexander HEMMINGSON who lived in Ontario in Velp. They sold to ... Francis Henry ELSEN -
  • ? Sugar refiner dwelling in the street in Antwerp Venus ?

... The following goods :

'A castle having kitchen aenhorige incompetent raerd CAL leave and divers vaulted very dry cellar, vestibule, trapzael, divers halls and rooms, billardzael on the first floor beneffens a aental slaepkamers with their cabinets and oblige and large attics, all of a goestieuse and strong construction with two turrets and uytspringende wings aside Waerts the sidewalk or platform, coming right on the buekedreef leydende Naer the village, bass lure with Schueren, cowshed, gardeners Huys, depot and stabling for eight horses with grooms and harnasurekamers, it all surrounded with broad Gragt, with daerbij all the soo real as exemptuele privilege, privileges and benefits still hanging or in the future could depend on and appertaining unto the former heerlijkheyd of Loenhout, and two other residential organized and divers parc divide building and hooyland, gardeners and lust Hoving, star arise income trees, coppice, plantations and drove all the trees staende soo on Donck and at Lord's street, it all gestaen and located within the municipality Loenhout to Plaetse genaemd the Donck And there on, Canton Brecht, district and province of Antwerp, according The cadastral plan of the large congregation sixty nine acres and thirty twenty-five centiare ears ... '

The castle with over 60 hectares of land paid the sum of Francis Henry ELSEN 119.800 F - gulden?

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Jacob van Beeck Vollenhoven, heer van Loenhout's Timeline

June 6, 1789
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD, Europa
March 7, 1811
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
May 2, 1812
Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands
August 9, 1814
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD, Europa
March 16, 1834
Age 44
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD, Europa