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70 2692 Haarlem and surroundings Lot of 7 deeds of transport concerning properties situated on the east side of the Burgwal
70/2692 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Lot of 7 deeds of transport concerning properties situated on the east side of the Burgwal, dated 1740-1807, all pen and ink on vellum, recto only, some w. wax seal(s).

- Seals partly broken/ lacking.

= Daniel Bronkhorst selling to Jan van der Voort a house near the Hagebrug (30 August 1740); Jan van der Voort selling the same house to Jan Zilver who already owns the neighbouring house on the north side (9 May 1755); Abraham Budding selling to Jan Silver a house a little more northwards near the Koolsteeg (20 Dec. 1749); Catharina Heijen, indirect heir of Jan Silber (= Zilver) selling to Lodewijk Reek the same(?) house near the Koolsteeg (neighbour on the north side Willem Sprengers; on the south side the seller; 30 May 1782); Lodewijk Reek selling the same house to Jan Labaar (4 Sept. 1782); Hermanus Hedding in the name of Jan Cornelisse (both of Steenwijk) selling to Govert van Zandvoort a house near the Raamsteeg (neighbour on the north side Willem Sprengers; 27 September 1798); Theodora Hoenselaar, widow of Gerrit Sprengers, and Willem Sprengers selling to Lambert Sabelis a house no. 459 (wijk 2) on the north side adjacent to the Blokzijlpoort (13 Febr. 1807).

€ (100-150)
€ (100-150)