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From: Martin Verhaegh <>
Subject: [AZORES-L] The Flemish in the Azores, Poorters
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 16:43:26 -0500


This information is supplemental to earlier postings on Flemish
poorters.

The following is a summary of the "buiten (=outside) poorters" of the
Flemish town of Geraardsbergen. A buitenpoorter would live in a town
outside Geraardsbergen, but after paying a fee acquired city poorter
rights as if he was living in Geraardsbergen.

Source:
Lijst der Buitenpoorters van Geraardsbergen van 1396 (List of out of
town "poorters" of Geraardsbergen in 1396), door/by J. De Brouwer,
Onomastica Neerlandica, Leuven 1954.

Town of Apoutere-Eychem (Appeltern- Eichem).
Cornullis (Cornelius) de (van) Praet, takes over from Matte (Matthew)
van den Perre, paid 12 schellingen.
Lieven (Livinus) van Praet on Jan Meyer's property in the Hoec (corner).
Lonis (Apolonius) van Praet married to Lady Clemencie, paid 9
schellingen.
Pieter (Peter) van Praet, son of Danneels (Daniel), paid 9 schellingen.

Town of Aspelaer- Nederhasselt.
Raesse (Erasmus) van der Haghe. (footnote: Raso de Haghe, son of Walteri
(Walter), paid 10 schellingen.

Town of Assenede Ambacht.
Jan de Brune, paid 8 schellingen.

Town of Berchem.
Paessche (Pascal) sBrunnen, paid 7 schellingen plus 3?

Town of Bruesele (Brussels?).
Alaert (Alardus) van der Haghen or Hutten (also van der Haeghen).

Town of Denderhoutem.
Gillis (Egidius) Bruenis, paid 8 schellingen.
Pieter (Peter) Bruenis, paid 7 schellingen.
Jan Brune or "of the other book", paid 7 schellingen.

Town of Denderwiendeke.
Claus (Nicolas) de Praet, married to Kateline (Catherine), paid 7
schellingen.
Heinric (Henry) van der Haghen, paid 8 schellingen.

Town of Dickele.
Gheraert (Gerard) van der Haghen, married to Allijse (Alice), paid 8
schellingen.

Town of Dickelvenne.
Raesse (Erasmus) Haghemans, paid 7 schellingen.
Franse (Franciscus) van der Haghen, paid 7 schellingen.
Jacop (James) van der Haghen, paid 8 schellingen.

Town of Essche (St Lievens- Esse).
Kateline van der Hagen, paid 9 schellingen.
Lieven (Livinus) van der Hagen, son of Cornullis (Cornelius), assumes
his father's poorter rights.

Town of Griemeghen (Grimminge).
Jan sBrunen (=des Brunen=the Brunen); Griele (Geraldine?) Smets wife of
Jan sBrunen, paid 7 schellingen.

Town of Hasselt (Ophasselt).
Danneel (Daniel) Hagheman, paid 7 schellingen.

Town of Moerbeke.
Jan Bruninck on Jan Meyers property "in den hoec" (corner).

Town of Ronse.
Berthelmeeus (Bartholomew) van der Haghe on Adriaen Meyers property at
the Horse Market.
Jan (John) van der Haghe, his brother.
Louwereins (Lawrence) van der Haghe, his brother.

Town of Sentenlinc ende Ransbeeke (St. Antelinks).
Jan Hagheman, paid 7 schellingen.
Mathieu (Matthew) Hagheman, paid 7 schellingen.

Town of Sint Cornullis Hoerenbeke.
Kalle (Charles) sBrunen, paid 7 schellingen.

Town of Vianen, (possibly, South Holland province, Netherlands).
Jan van der Haghen married to Yde (Ida), paid 8 schellingen.
Pieter (Peter), son of Jan van der Haghen, paid 8 schellingen.

Town of Vilainnes (Velaines).
Willem van der Haghen, paid 8 schellingen.

Town of Zeghelsem.
Jan van der Haghen, son of Willem, paid 8 schellingen.
Lady Annees (Agnes) sBrunen, paid 7 schellingen.

Town of Zulzeke.
Griele (Geraldine?) sBrunen, paid 8 schellingen.
Margriete (Margaretha) sBrunen, paid 7 schellingen.

The following summary applies to poorters of the town of Pamele in the
period from 1241 to 1558.

Source:
Uit het Poorterboek van Pamele, door Paul van Butsele, Oudenaarde 1967.
(From the Register of Poorters of Pamele, by Paul van Butsele,
Oudenaarde 1967).

Folio 8, Stevin van der Haghen, poorter between the years 1241 and 1291.

Folio 10, Olivier (Oliver) van der Haghen, son of Heinijcx (Henry),
poorter in the year 1331.

Folio 30, Krestiaen (Christian) de Brune, who received poorter right
from someone still living at that time, arrived 17 October 1427.

Folio 33, Jacop (James) van der Haghen, poorter, arrived fom Bethune
(currently France) 16 December 1432.

Folio 61 verso, Andries (Andrew) van der Haghen, son of Gillis
(Egidius), poorter, arrived from Etikhove near Oudenaarde 12 September
1498.

Folio 61 verso, Arendt (Adrian) van der Haghen, son of Gillis, poorter,
arrived from Etikhove 12 September 1498 and 16 November 1499.

Folio 63 verso, Andries (Andrew) van der Haghen, born in Marke near
Kortrijk, son of Andries, poorter, arrived 23 May 1500 and 6 November
1501.

Folio 79 verso, Jan de Brune, born Ghendt (Ghent), son of Louis,
poorter, arrived 20 September 1516.

Folio 82 verso, Heer Jan van der Haghen, priest, born in Etikhove,
poorter, arrived 7 March 1517 and 19 March 1517.

Folio 107 verso, Vincent van der Haghen, son of Jan, and the widow of
Michael Pijcket, born in Pamele, arrived 3 September 1535.

Folio 111 verso, Jooris (George) van der Haghen, born in Ghent (Gent),
son of Jan, poorter, arrived 5 May 1542.

Folio 123, Master Charles de Brune, born in Welden, son of Dennis,
poorter, arrived 8 October 1557 and 8 October 1558.

Source:
Poorters van Sint Winnoksbergen, Vlaamse Stam, nov/dec 1999 (Poorters of
Sint Winnoksbergen, Flemish Genealogical Society, Flemish Roots,
November/December 1999).

Poorter rights accorded after fee payment to the Aldermen of Sint
Winnoksbergen:
24 January 1502, Jan (John) van der Haghe of Pitgem (located in Bergh
Ambacht), tanner by profession.

31 April 1515, Jan de Hurter, pimentoers (preparer of condiments or
paints).

5 November 1516, Jan de Brune.

The following items pertain to families associated with early Flemish
emigrants to the Azores:

Source:
Verheerlykt Vlaandre, door Anthoni Sanderus, Leiden 1735 (Praiseworthy
Flanders, by Anthoni Sanderus, Leyden 1735).

Daniel van Praet, also called van Moerkerke, Lord of Merwede, Knight,
concillor and chamberlin of the Duke of Burgundy, who by a pronouncement
of Maximilian and Philips, Archdukes of Austria, on the twelfth of May
1485 was appointed as sovereign Sheriff of Flanders.

Source:
The Flemish Society for Genealogy, January 1993, Stamt het Geslacht
Vilain af van Boudewijn I met de IIzeren Arm? (Is the Vilain family
descendant from Baldwin I with the Iron Arm?).

Josine (female version of Josse) van Praet de Moerkerke, married before
1449:
Adrien (Adrian) Vilain I, Lord of Janstene Liedekerke, Rassenghien
guardian of Temse, charged with the offices and benefits of d'Assenede,
Knight an chamberlin of Jean I.
He was the rightful owner of the houses of Gavere, Rassenghiem,
Liedekerke Liem, St. Amand and Basserode, Vicount of Lombeek, Governor
of Dendermonde, died in 1449, buried in Temse; son of Jean III Vilain
and of Marguerithe van Gaverne.

Source:
Het Gentsche Stadspatriciaat tot omstreeks 1302, door Dr. Fr. Blockmans,
1938 (The Patrician Families in the City of Ghent around 1302, by Dr.
Fr. Blockmans, 1938).

Around the time period of 1218, a couple of confiscations of Ghent
produced cloth goods occurred in Bruges by the Count of Flanders,
because of the monies owed to him by the city for building a sluice at
Damme near the mouth of the river Lieve.
Jan (John) Bruninc who had come to Bruges lost 32 died cloth sheets,
while Filips (Philip) Van der Hagen en Ogier (Otger) Bake, who had
brought 56 died cloth sheets to the Bruges fair, also lost their goods
to the Count. The heirs of the wronged people, some of whom claimed they
were ruined by the confiscation, in 1305-1312 requested restitution from
Robrecht van Bethune. Names of relatives of the latter two merchants
appear on the Ghent referendum of 7©9 January/ 8 April 1297; Clais
(Nicolas) Bake, merchant and citizen of Ghent, and Bauduins (Baldwin)
del Haie, master drapery manufacturer and citizen of Ghent (Source:
Warnkonig (L.A.), Documems inedits, par. 51, p. 121 en par. 92, p. 126)

Note: de French version of the family name van der Hagen (Haghen) is:
del Haie, or de la Haye.

Martin Verhaegh, Cambria

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