Johannes Franciscusz: Villerius1
M, #17484, b. 1617, d. December 1666
|Occupation*|| Circa 1640 Johannes Franciscusz: Villerius was a shipowner, merchant and owned a sailmaking business. He also served as treasurer of the herring fishery Vlaardingen.3 |
- [S847] E-mails from Andries Penders to Delia Robertson, 2015 "One of my ancestors was Johannes Franciscusz. Villerius, who lived in Vlaardingen in the Netherlands, a town near Rotterdam. He was born in Brielle ca. 1617, as son of the reverend (studied theology at Leiden University in 1605) at Loenen a/d Vecht and Noordwijk and who became lateron rector of the Latin school at Brielle) and Marrigje Claesdr."
- [S847] E-mails from Andries Penders to Delia Robertson, 2015 "His First wife Lysbeth Gerrits died at an early age and he remarried at Vlaardingen 29-09-1640 with Maertje Rochusdr. van Pomeren."
- [S847] E-mails from Andries Penders to Delia Robertson, 2015 "Het [sic] was a shipowner, merchant, had a sailmaking business in Vlaardingen and was among other functions, treasurer of the herring fishery, an important business in those days in Holland."
- [S847] E-mails from Andries Penders to Delia Robertson, 2015 "The other son mentioned in your "First fifty Years" as the only heir of skipper Franciscus Villerius was his brother Rochus Johannesz. Villerius, a mr. surgeon, living in Spijkenisse with many functions in the local Government and also collector of the taxes in the Land of Putten. This brother married Commertje Huijbrechtsdr. van der Vaeck. He never went to Capetown !"