Jannetjen Gerrits Bellerts1

F, #17857, b. after 1620

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Last Edited14/03/2017
BirthOrigin*Jannetjen was from and was perhaps born there after 1620. The date is estimated based on that of her husband.1 
Ondertrouw* On 1 February 1642 Amsterdam Jannetjen Gerrits Bellerts made an ondertrouw agreement, in other words recorded a 'binding intention' to marry.2 
MarriageShe married Jan Victor on 22 February 1642 Amsterdam. This date is assumed as the marriage would likely take place after the third reading of the banns which would have been on the 15th.2


Jan Victor b. b 13 Jun 1619, d. Dec 1679


  1. [S883] Franesco Uys Rootenberg, "Dutch Masters in the Pretorius bloodline", Familia (Franesco Uys Rootenberg) 51, No. 4 (2014). Hereinafter cited as "Dutch Masters in the Pretorius bloodline."
  2. [S883] Franesco Uys Rootenberg, "Dutch Masters in the Pretorius bloodline", The marriage banns of their parents, the painter “Joannes VICTORS” and “Jannetie BELLERS”, both of Amsterdam, were first proclaimed on 1st February 1642.
  3. [S883] Franesco Uys Rootenberg, "Dutch Masters in the Pretorius bloodline", Whilst I have thus far been unable to unearth the baptismal record of Johanna VICTORS, she is listed (as Jannetje), together with her brother Gerrit and her other siblings, Stijntie, Lysbet, Victor, Eva and Elsie VICTOR, on the 8th August 1664 in the testament of their father, “Jan VICTOR, kunstschilder”, widower of Jannetjen [Gerrits] BELLERTS.

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