Familypedia
(Created page with "A")
 
m (remove rubbish category)
 
(7 intermediate revisions by one other user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
  +
{{Showfacts person
A
 
  +
|given_name=Arnoldus
  +
|surname=van Delft
  +
|sex=M
  +
|father= Lambertus van Delft (1724-1792)
  +
|mother= Johanna van Duppen (1756-1808)
  +
|skills=
  +
|joined_with=
  +
|short_name=Arnoldus van Delft
  +
|long_name=Arnoldus van Delft (1753-1820)
  +
|sources=http://www.bmeijs.nl/PG-Uitvoer/delft/delft-000001.htm#BM40547
  +
|birth_year=1753
  +
|birth_date-approx=
  +
|death_month=08
  +
|death_day=12
  +
|birth_locality=Drunen
  +
|birth_county=Noord-Brabant
  +
|birth_nation=Netherlands
  +
|birth_sources=http://www.bmeijs.nl/PG-Uitvoer/delft/delft-000001.htm#BM40547
  +
|death_year=
  +
|death_month=
  +
|death_day=
  +
|death_locality=
  +
|death_county=Noord-Brabant
  +
|death_nation=Netherlands
  +
|death_sources=http://www.bmeijs.nl/PG-Uitvoer/delft/delft-000001.htm#BM40547
  +
|ifmarried-g1=true
  +
|wedding1_year=1752
  +
|wedding1_month=0
  +
|wedding1_day=23
  +
|wedding1_locality=Drunen
  +
|wedding1_county= Noord-Brabant
  +
|wedding1_nation=Netherlands
  +
|wedding1_sources=http://www.bmeijs.nl/PG-Uitvoer/delft/delft-000001.htm#BM40547
  +
|globals={{get globals}}
  +
}}
  +
  +
{{Showfacts biography}}
  +
  +
<div align="justify">
  +
  +
= '''Biography''' =
  +
  +
== '''Birth''' ==
  +
  +
'''Arnoldus van Delft ''' was born on 12 Aug 1724 in Drunen, Brabant of the States, United Provinces of the Netherlands. Lambertus was son of [[Arnoldus van Delft (1690-) | Arnoldus Janssen van Delft]] and Ida van Venlo.
  +
  +
=='''Ancestors'''==
  +
  +
The [[Arnoldus van Delft (1753-1820)/tree | ancestors]] of Lambertus.<br /><br />
  +
  +
[[File:Duchy_of_Brabant_and_Prince-Bishopric_of_Liège_in_1477.png|thumb|Duchy of Brabant in 1477]]
  +
<p style="background-color:rgba(240, 240, 240, 0.5);"><b>Historical context</b><br /><small>Brabant of the States (Dutch: Staats-Brabant) was the northern part of the Duchy of Brabant, most of the present province of North Brabant. The Generality Lands (dutch: Generaliteitslanden) were about one fifth of the territories of the Dutch Republic or United Provinces of the Netherlands and were directly governed by the States-General of the Netherlands (Dutch: States-General).
  +
<Br><Br>
  +
Unlike the seven provinces Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, Overijssel, Friesland and Groningen, these territories were not represented in the central government. From an economic point of view, they were exploited with heavy taxes and levies. As one author puts it: "Back in the Dutch lap, these so-called Generality countries were for a long time governed as a sort of internal colonies, in which Catholics were seen as second-class citizens."<Br>.</small></p>
  +
  +
== Marriage==
  +
  +
Arnoldus married Johanna van Duppen on 20 January, 1781 in Drunen, Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands.
  +
  +
{{showfacts children
  +
|children-g1= Nicolaas + Johannes van Delft (1783-1835) + Anna van Delft (1785-1859) + Wijnandus (1787-1814) + Theodoravan Delft (1789-1789) + Franciscus van Delft (1791-) + Dorothea van Delft (1798-1862)
  +
}}
  +
  +
=='''Descendants'''==
  +
  +
The [[Arnoldus van Delft (1753-1820)/descendants | descendants]] of Lambertus.
  +
  +
== '''Death''' ==
  +
  +
Arnoldus passed away in 1820 in The Netherlands.
  +
  +
==Timeline==
  +
<small>
  +
* 1753 born
  +
* 1781 married Johanna
  +
* 1783 son Johannes born
  +
* 1785 daughter Anna Born
  +
* 1820 passed away
  +
</small>
  +
==Releationship with Charlemagne==
  +
<small>
  +
# '''Arnoldus van Delft'''
  +
# Lambertus van Delft
  +
# Arnoldus van Delft
  +
# Johannes van Delft
  +
# Bernt van Delft
  +
# Bernard van Delft
  +
# Geerling van Henxtum alias van Delft
  +
# Anna Coenen
  +
# Jan Coenen
  +
# Christiaan Coenen
  +
# Maria van der Aa
  +
# Jan van der Aa
  +
# Anna van Schoonhoven
  +
# Elsa van Diest
  +
# Elsbena van Horne
  +
# Willem (IV of V) van Horne
  +
# Johanna van Leuven Gaesbeek
  +
# Hendrik van Leuven
  +
# Godfried van Leuven
  +
# Hendrik I van Brabant
  +
# Godfried III van Brabant
  +
# Godfried II van Leuven
  +
# Godfried I van Leuven (met de baard)
  +
# Hendrik II van Leuven
  +
# Lambert II van Leuven (Balderik)
  +
# Gerberga van Neder-Lotharingen
  +
# Karel van West-Francië
  +
# Lodewijk IV (van Overzee)
  +
# Karel III van West-Francië (de Eenvoudige)
  +
# Lodewijk II van West-Francië (de Stamelaar)
  +
# Karel II (de Kale)
  +
# Lodewijk I (de Vrome)
  +
# '''Karel de Grote'''
  +
</small>
  +
== Research Notes ==
  +
<small>
  +
* [[User:R.w.goossens|Richard Goossens]] ([[User talk:R.w.goossens|talk]]) 16:37, December 20, 2018 (UTC) Created this page
  +
</small>
  +
  +
= Sources =
  +
<references />
  +
  +
==External links==
  +
  +
* https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Van_Delft-41
  +
  +
{{Couple ancestors}}
  +
  +
{{notable family}}
  +
  +
{{footer}}
  +
  +
</div>

Latest revision as of 21:58, 19 January 2021


Arnoldus van Delft (1753-1820) was born 1753 in Drunen, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands to Lambertus van Delft (1724-1792) and Johanna van Duppen (1756-1808) .

Biography

Birth

Arnoldus van Delft was born on 12 Aug 1724 in Drunen, Brabant of the States, United Provinces of the Netherlands. Lambertus was son of Arnoldus Janssen van Delft and Ida van Venlo.

Ancestors

The ancestors of Lambertus.

Duchy of Brabant in 1477

Historical context
Brabant of the States (Dutch: Staats-Brabant) was the northern part of the Duchy of Brabant, most of the present province of North Brabant. The Generality Lands (dutch: Generaliteitslanden) were about one fifth of the territories of the Dutch Republic or United Provinces of the Netherlands and were directly governed by the States-General of the Netherlands (Dutch: States-General).

Unlike the seven provinces Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, Overijssel, Friesland and Groningen, these territories were not represented in the central government. From an economic point of view, they were exploited with heavy taxes and levies. As one author puts it: "Back in the Dutch lap, these so-called Generality countries were for a long time governed as a sort of internal colonies, in which Catholics were seen as second-class citizens."
.

Marriage

Arnoldus married Johanna van Duppen on 20 January, 1781 in Drunen, Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands.



Children



Offspring of Arnoldus van Delft and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Nicolaas
Johannes van Delft (1783-1835)
Anna van Delft (1785-1859) 1785 Drunen, Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands 9999 Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands Johannes Vesters (1781-1834)
Wijnandus (1787-1814)
Theodoravan Delft (1789-1789)
Franciscus van Delft (1791-)
Dorothea van Delft (1798-1862)









Descendants

The descendants of Lambertus.

Death

Arnoldus passed away in 1820 in The Netherlands.

Timeline

  • 1753 born
  • 1781 married Johanna
  • 1783 son Johannes born
  • 1785 daughter Anna Born
  • 1820 passed away

Releationship with Charlemagne

  1. Arnoldus van Delft
  2. Lambertus van Delft
  3. Arnoldus van Delft
  4. Johannes van Delft
  5. Bernt van Delft
  6. Bernard van Delft
  7. Geerling van Henxtum alias van Delft
  8. Anna Coenen
  9. Jan Coenen
  10. Christiaan Coenen
  11. Maria van der Aa
  12. Jan van der Aa
  13. Anna van Schoonhoven
  14. Elsa van Diest
  15. Elsbena van Horne
  16. Willem (IV of V) van Horne
  17. Johanna van Leuven Gaesbeek
  18. Hendrik van Leuven
  19. Godfried van Leuven
  20. Hendrik I van Brabant
  21. Godfried III van Brabant
  22. Godfried II van Leuven
  23. Godfried I van Leuven (met de baard)
  24. Hendrik II van Leuven
  25. Lambert II van Leuven (Balderik)
  26. Gerberga van Neder-Lotharingen
  27. Karel van West-Francië
  28. Lodewijk IV (van Overzee)
  29. Karel III van West-Francië (de Eenvoudige)
  30. Lodewijk II van West-Francië (de Stamelaar)
  31. Karel II (de Kale)
  32. Lodewijk I (de Vrome)
  33. Karel de Grote

Research Notes

Sources


External links






Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
¶ Death