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Feye van Heemstra

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Birthplace: Morra, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands.
Death: Died in Morra, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands.
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Father of Jitske Feysdr van Heemstra; Poppe Feyes van Heemstra; Jitske Feyes Heemstra; Aleid Feijes van Heemstra; Jey Feijes van Heemstra and 4 others

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About Feye van Heemstra

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Heemstra State to Morra Heemstra State was on the Hearewei west of Morra, Dongeradeel

 Hemstrastins, Hiemstra state, Scheltema Stins  
arise   The genesis of the stins / state is not known.  
History   In 1543 the parish priest of Morra complained that if the mendicant monks visited the village, he had to invite these and daerby which heerscaepen showing all the nasty municipality, which then made a good impression.  Morra is one of the villages where a clear distinction was made between the houses of the "lords" and others.  So Ansck Heemstra did in 1491 in the rectory of Morra a large donation, which they take into account that "three other wealthy homes" (dae correlative trya Ryka husen) also would pay such a sum to the church.  Both by the equally large amounts Hemstra Staete, Bottema Staete, Old (h) Ustra Staete and Nyttema Staete annually paid to the parsonage, and by the size of their land in 1511, the location of the land around the village mound and the moat of the houses is clear that the four "wealthy houses" were the "lords" of Morra. (* 1) 
The Heemstra's kept in within the family common surname Feye the memory of their descent from Mr. Feye van Dokkum, in 1398 one of the main allies of Count Albrecht of Bavaria. (* 2) Whether Mr. Feye already estate owned Morra is unknown.  In a next generation Abbe Heemstra was one of the main Vetkoperse men that the Great Union of 1422 it sealed. (* 3) in 1449 was at peace with Groningen also Sippe Hemstra present.  He belonged to the Schieringers and was put in prison in 1474 on Jancko Douwema-stins to Langweer.  He was a son of Syds Tjaerda in Rinsumageest and derived its name Heemstra Ansck Heemstra to his wife, with whom he lived in Morra.  In 1491 Ansck Heemstra made her will.  She did enclosing the aforementioned donations to the rectory and made her sons Feye, Reenck and Syds to heirs.  Sijds son did not join the Groningen and had to pay for this with their lives.  His brother Renick is also referred to Morra. 
In 1511 was Heemstra gued to Morra owned Anscks grandson Sippe Sydsz.  Heemstra;  other Heemstra's under Morra still had three other goods.  Sippe supported the Burgundians and had to go into exile, for which he received a distribution from the Rentmeesterskas (1518).  His widow married Frans van Scheltema.  This put the house in the family, to whom it in 1800 as the stins Scheltema with gate was designated.  From this marriage were famous offspring strains that are buried in the church.  One of them was Wopke Scheltema rectangular Morra, husband of Frouck Roorda of Genum whose mother Tieth Scheltedr.  wax Scheltema.  Wopke had traveled extensively in accordance with the epitaph founded by their son. 
Sippe son was under the Studbook committed to the States General and was married to Rixt Scheltema.  Sippe died (short?) For 1640 because in that year the vote given the name of 'Juffr.  Scheltema and her child and user Brandt was Foeckes.  She remarried after the early death of her first husband with Tjerck Goslicks of Herema.  Their daughter married Frouck Henning Georg Andreae and second really Lambert van Coehoorn, listed on the church bell.  In 1676 the state was bought by the family Andreae and described as' Hiemstra State income satay with stins, house hold, port, waterways, canals and homeijen.  were also in the sale decided the 'gestoelten in the Church "and the" begrafenisse to Morra "(ie, the crypt). 
The state in the hands of Rixt Andreae who was married in 1673 in Leeuwarden with Squire Casper Tiddinga 'nobleman haer Highness the Princesse dowager of Nassouw.  In 1698 he stated in the stemkohier name of his wife.  They are registered as owners and operators of small farm about 12.5 hectares.  Probably the nobleman did not feel too highly placed to use his hands, but probably will have been substantially hobby Rixt.  After the death of her first husband remarried Rixt Andreae in 1708 to Wolvega with Willem van Haren, Grietman Weststellingwerf, for whom weapons in the church hung.  In 1728 William is the name of his wife registered as the owner and he as a user of Heemstra State. 
Elisabeth Titia van Haren, daughter of Willem van Haren, married in 1721 to Morra with Hendrik Casimir of Flattening Bergh. 
In 1738 and 1748, Johan Poppe Andreae Plettenberg is named as owner-occupant.  In 1785 to rent the house was offered by Hendrik Casimir Plettenberg, presumably a son of Johan and inhabited in 1787 by the chief Sluijterman.  In 1800, the house offered for sale and a year later sold on dismantling the Stins Scheltema with port under Morra.  In 1832, his state the grounds and in the former state falling 12.5 hectares of land owned by Folkert Cornelis Botma.  It is not likely that there has built a farm, he was viz. Also owns the adjacent (still existing) farm that was known in 1640 as "Op 't Wrot" in 1698 as "The Wrot" and later erroneously as "It Resentment".  (Fries "wrotte" = work very hard.) 
The house was signed in 1722 as a robust stins room with 17th century and build a port.  It was a sell out in 1676 within the family as Hiemstra state and the satay with stins, house hold, gate, canals, ditches and homeyen.  In 1801 the house was demolished.  The land on the cadastral minute is still surrounded by a moat, is now recognized arable land and not as state property. 
(* 1) In the 18th century, therefore, believed that the churchwardens rotated along these houses.  NO, II, 390. Heemstra and his On the map of 1664 Hooghuystra (Oldhuystra) as noble states, Nittema and Botma as landowning states indicated. 
(* 2) This lineage by: JR, 309 ff;  SFA, I, 167. The name Feye also with families of the same lineage: Van der Does in Leiderdorp and Sickinghe in Groningen;  Arm Of Dockum (twelve windows diagonally crosswise) also quartering Onsta to Sauwerd.  Redmer Alma led from fifteen weapons Bawe Heemstra to Loppersum off that was the origin of Heemstra's Mr. Feye not patrilineal. 
(* 3) The exact genealogy Heemstra requires further investigation.  Declarations UvB, SFA and depart at different locations from each other.  
Residents   1449 Sippe Tjaerda / Heemstra and Ansck Heemstra 
?  - 1491 Ansck Heemstra 
1491 - Feye, Rienk and Syds Heemstra 
1511 Sippe Sydsz.  Heemstra 
widow of Sippe Sydsz.  Heemstra married to Frans van Scheltema 
Wopke Scheltema rectangular Morra 
Sippe Scheltema married Rixt Scheltema 
Rixt Scheltema married Tjerck Goslicks of Herema 
Frouck of Herema married 1) Henning Georg Andreae;  2) Lambert van Coehoorn 
1676 family Andreae 
Rixt Andreae married 1) Casper Tiddinga;  2) Willem van Haren 
Elisabeth Titia van Haren married to Hendrik Casimir of Flattening Bergh 
1738, 1748 Johan Poppe Andreae Plettenberg 
1785 Hendrik Casimir Plettenberg 
1832 Folkert Cornelis Botma  
current uses   The state land is used as arable land.  
opened   na  
photos  Cadastral map with the states around Metslawier 1832  
Sources   Text: Jan Leemburg 
PN Noomen, The stinzen in medieval Frisia and their inhabitants, 2009 
Herma M. van den Berg, the monuments of history and art, Northern Oostergo, The Dongeradelen 
The website HISGIS 
Fig.  1 and 2: archive Jan Leemburg  

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Notities bij Simon Wierstra (klik hier):

  • Feye van Heemstra van Dokkum wordt genoemd 1398/1414 ten tijde van hertog Albrecht van Beieren (Tegenw.St.I-547 e.v.). Zie ook GsvD-77,79,82.
  • Zijn kinderen bij een onbekende vrouw:
    • misschien Poppe van Heemstra
    • misschien Abbe van Heemstra, ook Obbe, in 1415 vermeld (zie GsvD-82)
    • misschien Taecke van Heemstra, overleden n 10 okt 1444. Pax-10 d.d.10-10-1444: Taecke en andere hoofdelingen contra Syds van Tjaerda e.a.
    • misschien Jey van Heemstra, overleden 10 nov 1436. Jey was gehuwd met Johan Lubberts van Sickinghe, overleden 15 jun 1421.
    • misschien Aleid van Heemstra. Aleid is getrouwd 1403 met Maurin van der Does.
    • misschien Auck van Heemstra, overleden Cornjum 1428. Auck was gehuwd met Doecke van Martena, overleden Cornjum 1424, zoon van Sytze van Martena en N Jarichsdr van Jelckema. Doecke van Martena woonde met zijn vrouw te Cornjum. Heeft hij een broer Jarich van Martena te Cornjum ? Deze wordt genoemd in OFO-I-44 d.d.14-8-1427.
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Feye van Heemstra's Timeline

1350
1350
Morra, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands.
1370
1370
Age 20
Morra, Anjum, Oostdongeradeel, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands
1370
Age 20
Cornjum, Leeuwarderadeel, Friesland, The Netherlands
1370
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Dokkum, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Nederland
1380
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Dokkum, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Nederland
1380
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Dokkum, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Nederland
1380
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Dokkum, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Nederland
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Age 39
Morra, Anjum, Oostdongeradeel, Dongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands