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Archives: Abstracts of Walloon and Huguenot Records from Dutch Churches


Some organization has gone through many of the records from old Dutch churches and listed information about Walloon and Huguenot refugees. These were abstracted onto index cards and then microfilmed. The actual index cards are at the Municipal Archives in Leiden, Holland. Microfilmed copies of these records can be obtained from several sources. For instance, I think they can be obtained from a local Family History Center (LDS church). The full record of each abstract would have to be viewed in the original in the Netherlands or in some copy of the original found somewhere else. For the most part, the abstract should list the important genealogical information available from the original. These records I looked at were often hard to read and copy. I may or may not have them right. I have put a star (*) next to words or phrases that I could not read well.

Some Words and Phrases in Dutch and French Used in These Records

Dutch: aangeteekend - registered to marry; den - on; geb - born; gedoopt - baptized; gehuwd - married; kerk - church; kerkenteekenregister - church registry; kind - child; moeder - mother; te - at; vader - father; van - from; wed - widower or widow (from weduwnaar/wedr and weduwe/wede).

French: á - at; baptisé - baptized; de/des - of/from; décéde - deceased; eglise - church; enterré - buried; et - and; femme - wife; fils - son; fille - daughter; inhumé - buried; marié - married; membre - member; reçu - received; sa - his/her; temoignage - witness; veuve/vefeu - widow; voyez - see.

et de Chrestienne du Sar

My Own Ref#

Microfishe des Eglises Wallonnes de la Haye (ref# B 191)
Microfiche of the Walloon Churches of the Hague (Holland)

Bodin. Bodyn. Bodeyn. Bodain.

1 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le 3 avril 1586
Baudin, Isaac et sa femme Margueritte Hes...selsion*
confession d'Armentières

Received as a member of the Church of Leiden. Isaac Baudin and his wife, Margaret H..., from Armentieres, France. Armentieres is just a few miles northwest of Lille.

Update: Johan Westra told me that he has yet to find this record, but given that Isaac came from Armentieres, he is very likely related to Pierre Boidin and Marye Pronye. This seems confirmed by the fact that during the later generations of Pierre´s descendants, the name Isaac appears several times. One of Pierre´s daughters was also named Marguerite. She might have been named after Isaac´s wife, making it likely that Isaac was possibly Pierre´s brother. Since Isaac appears in the Leiden records a year before the rest of the Bodeyn family is named in the records, it is possible he was there to set up a home for them. In several other genealogies of the Huguenot families, especially among the richer families, one of them was sent ahead to make provisions for the rest of the family to follow. This included thinks like housing, buying land, etc.

2 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le 1 fevrier 1587
Bodin, Marguerite
confession d'Armentiere

Received as a member of the Church of Leiden. From Armentiere.

Update: Johan Westra told me that this woman is one of the daughters of Pierre Boidin and Marye Pronye. In the other records below, she is a bit difficult to identify. In her wedding ban from 1589 she is named as Margriete de Bode. Her husband to be is Andrije de Lapro, and as a witness her mother is named as Marye Prainye - possitively identifying her as one of Pierre Boidin´s daughters.

3 1588
Bodyn, Martyne
voyez (see)
Buckoy*

Update: Johan Westra sent me the following:

Research in France
- Issue 25, p. 53: LAWYS DE BUCKOY, young man from Turcoyn (Tourcoing), accompanied by Antony de Buckoy, his father. on December 31, 1588 to MARTIJNE BODIJN, young woman from Armentières, accompanied by Maria Pronye, her mother and Antonette Bodijn her sister (B, 77v).

This is Martijne and her first husband, Louis de Bucquoy. From this marriage Martijne had two sons: Jheremias de Bucquoy, and Jan "the elder" de Bucquoy. Jheremias became a Passementier (lace maker) like his maternal grandfather. He had several children. From his first marriage came his only son who survived, Jan "the younger" de Bucquoy. Jan "the younger" de Bucquoy was a lockmaker, and a mathmatics teacher and lecturer at Leiden university. Jheremias de Bucquoy is also named in my research in France:

- Issue 25, p. 53: JHEREMIAS DE BUCQUOY, young man from Leiden passementier, accompanied by Pieter Bodeyn, his grandfather and Olivier de Bucquoy, his uncle. On November 21, 1611 to PROONTGEN VAN DEN CAMERE, young woman from Turcoigen (Tourcoing), accompanied by Sara de Kan, Philippotte de Bane, her cousine (G, 129).

There are actually three families with the name de Bucquoy. In Leiden, at least one of these families, like the Bodeyn family, had lived in Canterbury before comming to Leiden. Given the simularity in the first names within these three families, they are probably all somehow related. The link below is the family of Louis de Bucquoy, Martijne´s first husband:

http://www.mijnstambomen.nl/leiden/bekooij3.htm.

4 Leide 1591
Bodin, Marie
voyez (see)
Renard, Sara

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Marie Bodin is the sister of Pierre Boidin. In this abstract she is mentioned in relation to one of her daughters, Sara Renaerd. I also have some information on Marie Bodin in my research in France (see following). She appears as a witness in the wedding ban of one of her other daughters, Maria Renaerd.

Research in France
- Issue 35, p. 280 (marriage ban): Sjaeck Friesencourt, young man from Fornick (Tournai), accompanied by Noe Huy and Gabriel van de Does.
On December 28, 1590 to Maria Renaes, young woman from Armentieres, accompanied by Mary Bodeyn, her mother (B, 135v).

Of Pierre Boidin's siblings, Marye Bodeyn is the only one Johan can also place in England before she and her family settled in Leiden. Her younger children are said to have come from Canterbury. Marie Bodeyn had at least one son, Ghijse Renaerd, and several daughters. Through the wedding bans of her children and the baptism records of her grandchildren, Marie Bodeyn can clearly be recognized as a sister of Pierre Boidin. Marie Bodeyn's husband is not named in any of the Leiden records; so it seems she was already a widow when she arived in Leiden.

Through Marie Bodeyn's son-in-law Jacques "Sjaeck" de Frisencourt, the husband of her daughter Maria Renaerd, it is also possible to identify Pierre Boidin's other sister, Jacobmijne Bodeyn. Jacobmijne is named as the first wife of her husband Jan Robbelijn in the wedding ban of his second marriage. One of the witnesses named in the wedding ban is Jacques de Frisencourt. He is named as Jan Robbelijn's nephew. This, of course, should be nephew-in-law since he is the husband of Marie Renaerd, the niece of Jan Robbelijn's first wife Jacobmijne Bodeyn. This thus identifies her as a sister to both Marie Bodeyn and Pierre Boidin.

Further research into the Renaerd family is very difficult because of the appearance of a second Marie Renaerd in a wedding ban from arround 1600. She is by then the widow of a man named Jan Hennaer and is married at this point to a man named Jan Henkaer (Johan at first thought that the name of her deceased husband and her actual husband must have gotten mixed up. Then again both her husbands might have been cousins or something). This Marie Renaerd is clearly not the same as Marie Bodeyn's daughter Marie Renaerd because by then she was still married to Jacques Frisencourt. However this second Marie Renaerd did seem to be closely related to Marie Bodeyn's family - given the fact that several family members of her second husband Jan Henkaer, appear as witnesses in the various wedding bans and baptism records of Mary Bodeyn's children and grandchildren. The appearance of these relatives of Jan Henkaer makes it extremely difficult to distinguish the Renaerds from the Henkaers given the numerous spelling variations of both last names. These last names are so simular that it's sometimes almost impossible to tell them apart. The second marriage of this second Maria Renaerd did not last very long. In 1602 she is married again to a man named Guilaume Herre. Despite the fact that Jan Henkaer died, his relatives seemed to remain in close contact with Marie Bodeyn's family.

This was a mystery which actually took Johan several years to figure out. The answer is that the second Maria Renaerd (mentioned above) is actually none other than Marie Bodeyn, she herself appearing in both her second and third wedding bans under the name of her first husband. So Jan Hennaer and Jan Henkaer aren't cousins. Jan Henaer is Marie Bodeyn's first husband Jan Renaerd, and he is the father of all of her children.

Further research into Marie Bodeyn's descendants gets even more confusing. In a baptism record of one of the children of Jacques the Frisencourt and his first wife Marie Renaerd, Jacques himself is named as Jacques Renaerd, appearing under his wife's last name - rather then under his own. After the death of his first wife, Jacques eventually remarried, and from both his marriages he had several children, all daughters. Despite that, many of his descendants were still named de Frisencourt. Almost all of his daughters had some, if not all, of their children baptised under the name "de Frisencourt" rather then under the names of their respective husbands (???).

5 Gehuwd te Leiden in de Pieterskerk den 22 sept 1591 (married at Leiden in St. Peter's Church)
Bodyn, Abraham van Armentiers (from Amentieres)
Laus, Maycken weduwe van Pieter Lau (widow of Pieter Lau)
aouyet: 6 sept.

Update: From the original in Leiden, I also found out that the witnesses for Abraham were Bouderoyn or Boudewijn Golaersn/Holaert and Jan Libaer, his friends. Maycken's witnesses were Willemtgen Jans and Griete Verelst, her friends (B, 159v). The date of September 6 above must be when the marriage ban was first published.

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 5, 11 and 23 concern Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn. Johan names him "the younger" because there is an earlier Abraham named in the Leiden records.

Research in France

ABRAHAM BODEYN, young man from Armentières, accompanied by Johan Huglou and Pieter van Lankere, his friends.
On January 16, 1590 to BARBARA GLORIENSE, born at Tourkoyn (Tourcoing), widow of Geraert Vingenkoer, accompanied by Tanneken Pieters and Gilijne Gillis, her friends (B, 118v).

ABRAHAM BODIJN, young man from Armentiéres, accompanied Boudewijn Holaert and Jan Libaer, his friends.
On September 6, 1591 to MAYCKEN LAUS, widow of Pieter Lau, accompanied by Willemtgen Jans and Griete Verelst, her friends (B, 159v). Johan said that the first husband of Maycken Laus, Pieter Lau is possibly named "le Leu," or "la Lau," a family closely related to the Boidin families from Armentieres. (Both forms of the name le Leu/la Lau are also used in the Armentieres region for one and the same family.

6 Aangeteekend te Middelburg den 10 July 1593 (registered to marry)
Baudijnoks, Louneijors*
a (to)
Greniers, Magdalene
gehuwd te Middelburg in de hervormde* Kerk den 28 July 1593
(Married at Middelburg in the Reformed Church)
7 Baptisé le 10 May 1594 à Middelburg.
Bodin, Antoine*
fils de Loaurens*
et de ________

Baptized at Middelburg, son of, and of

8 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le 28 mai 1594
Bodin, Piere jeune fils

Received as a member at the Church at Leiden, Piere Bodin young man

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 8, 9, 10, 21, 27 and 103 all relate to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and his wife Marya Couseijns. Johan will discuss this family in a separate document since Pieter's story is quite involved.

9 Mariés à Leide 25 Juin 1594 (Married at Leiden)
Bodeyn - Pieter
et Causeijn*- Marie

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 8, 9, 10, 21, 27 and 103 all relate to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and his wife Marya Couseijns. Johan will discuss this family in a separate document since Pieter's story is quite involved.

10 Gehuwd te Leiden aang in de _____ Kerk den 25 June 1594
Bodeyn / Pieter / van Armientiers
Couseijn/ Marij / Sautrey

Married at Leiden. Records 9 and 10 appear to be the same, except that one is in French and the other in Dutch. I think this family is also referred to in record 103. And there is more about this couple in the Archive Room under the section called "The Netherlands / Holland."

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 8, 9, 10, 21, 27 and 103 all relate to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and his wife Marya Couseijns. Johan will discuss this family in a separate document since Pieter's story is quite involved.

Johan did mention that though Marya Couseijns is said to have come from Sautrey here, that should probably be read as Canterbury. In some later records, she is said to have come from Sandwich. That is, however, the place where her husband's family came from. Marya probably came from Canterbury like most of her siblings. The Couseijn/Cosyn family belonged to the first eighteen families who founded the Canterbury Huguenot Colony.

11 Mariés à Leide 10 Septembre 1594
Boedijn - Abraham
et Mailone Martijne

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 5, 11 and 23 concern Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn. Johan names him "the younger" because there is an earlier Abraham named in the Leiden records.

Research in France

ABRAHAM BOEDIJN, young man from Armentiéres, accompanied by Pieter van Lancker and Jan Liebaert, his friends.
On September 17, 1594 to MARTIJNE MILONE, born at Armentiéres, widow of Jacob Verbrugge, accompanied by Janneken le More, her sister and Margriete Boedel, her friend (C, 92v).

Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn, was married three times within four years. His second wedding ban actually names him as the widower of Barbara Gloriense (poss. Glorieux, a family also related to the Boidin families from Armentieres). And in his third wedding ban he is named as the widower of Maycken Laus. Given the year in which he is first married, he might be a son of Pierre Boidin and Marye Pronye. However, Johan believes one of the witnesses named in his third wedding ban, Margriete Boedel* is actually Margeurite Bodeyn. That would make her his sister in which case the wedding ban probably would have said so. Next to that, his three wedding bans are the only records in Leiden in which he is named.

That brought Johan to one of the other wedding bans in my research in France:

YSAACK BODEIJN, born at Armentières, widower of Margriete Meweppele, tondeur de drap, accompanied by Christoffel Bodeyn, his uncle and Franchois Chombaer, son maitre.
On November 8, 1614 to PAECKE BOUSGE, born at St.-Amand, widow of Jan du Chere, accompanied by Mary de Roubaeys and Mary Serjans, her friends (H, 38v).

Johan believes this may be Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn's son, as a witness in Ysaack's second wedding ban (his uncle being Christoffel Bodeyn). This is Christoffel "Stoffel" Bodeyn who appears first in the Leiden records in 1595 when he is married to Christijntgen Martensdr. As a witnes in Stoffel's wedding ban a man named Jan Liewaert appears. He is probably the same as the Jan Libaer and Jan Liebaert who are named in the second and third wedding bans of Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn. As another witness in Stoffel's wedding ban his father is named as Abraham [the elder] Bodeyn. Martijne Bodeyn also apeared as a witnes to the bride (Christijntgen Martensdr mentioned above) in Stoffels wedding ban.

Putting all these wedding bans together, it's very likely that Christoffel "Stoffel" Bodeyn and Abraham "the younger" are brothers, both sons of Abraham "the elder" Bodeyn. And Margeurite and Martijne Bodeyn, who appear as witnesses in relation to these brothers are probably their cousins. This would make Abraham "the elder" a brother to Pierre, Isaac, Marie and Jacobmijne Bodeyn. Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn probably died before the second marriage of his son Ysaack Bodeyn. Isaac was likely named after his father's paternal uncle Isaac which would explain why Abraham isn't mentioned in any further records in Leiden. It would also be why it is his uncle Stoffel Bodeyn who appaers in Ysaack's wedding ban and not his father Abraham "the younger" Bodeyn.

So there we have all of the siblings of the first generation of the Bodeyn family from Haerlemstraet in Leiden. Johan could thus far find: Pierre, Abraham, Isaac, Marie, and Jacobmijne. One conclusion Johan drew from all this is that there is a striking resemblance in the first names of the first Bodeyns in Leiden and the first Bodines in Staten Island. *Johan researched the Boedel name and as far as he can tell there is no such name in the Leiden records.

12 Reçu membre de l'Eglise d' Amsterdam le 9 Avril 1597
Bodyn Martyme Vefeu de Louis des Buequses.
par témoignage de l'église de Seyde

Received as a member of the Church of Amsterdam, widow of Louis, by witness of the church of Sedan. I'm guessing that "Seyde" is Sedan. Sedan is not too far southeast of Lille and was a former Protestant stronghold in France. The Duke of Sedan offered protection to Protestants fleeing persecution.

Update: Johan Westra told me that this is the Martijne from record #3 above. After the death of her first husband Louis de Bucquoy, she moved to Amsterdam. This was probably in preparation of her seccond marriage. So Seyde is not Sedan, but Leiden. The curious thing about this abstract is the last name "des Buequses." In the Armentieres region, there are a couple of marriages between the Boidin family and a family named de Becquses. This was sometime in the latter part of the 17th century.

13 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le octobre 1598
Bodain, Pierre
par témoignage de l'église de Narden
Udpate: Boudewijn Wegner told me that Narden is most probably the village of Naarden, near Utrecht (in the Netherlands).

Update: Johan Westra told me that he could not find this record and so he does not know who this Pierre Bodain might be.

14 1598
Bodeyn, Martyntje
voyez (see)
Ekerdeseg Roeloffez [Roeloffeson]

Roeloffeson is a name related to the Bodines in America.

Update: Johan Westra sent me the following:

Research in France
- Issue 103, p. 131 (marriage): Henrick Roeloffsz., young man from Dordrecht, accompanied by Gabriel Hanadous and Peter Bodeyn, his friends.

On October 3, 1598 to Martiyntgen Bodeyn, born at Armentieres widow of Loys de Hucquoo, demeurant a Amsterdam, accompanied by Mary Proni, her mother and Antoinette Bodeyn, her sister (D, 490).

This is again Martijne (from record #3 above) and her second husband Henryck Roeloffsz. The couple settled in Amsterdam; even though they were married in Leiden. Some other researcher added a last name for Henryck. Johan believes it was something like Schouwen, but he will have to check a hardcopy for the actual name.

15 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide à la Cène de Pentecot 1601
Bodin, Jonas

I think this means that he was received as a member at Pentecost supper.

Update: Johan Westra told me that he has yet to find this record, but this Jonas who he names Jonas "the elder" Bodeyn appears as a witness in a couple of baptism records relating to the Bodeyn family in the Leiden records. Jonas's relationship to the rest of the Bodeyn family is not specifically given in those records, but given that Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn also had a son named Jonas, this Jonas "the elder" Bodeyn is probably a brother to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and a son of Pierre Boidin and Marya Pronye. He is not named in 1587 when the Bodeyn family is said to have arrived in Leiden, but this might be because he was still a minor. In fact the abstract above in which he is received as a member of the Walloon church might indicate that he came of age and as such was received as a full member of the Walloon congregation at that point. After 1603, he is no longer named in the Leiden records. Other than a couple of Jonas Pieterszns who were both buried somewhere at the beginning of the 17th Century, he might have become a victim of the plague that struck Leiden around that time.

This allows us to make an addition to the family. Jonah says that one of the records in which Jonas "the elder" appears is a baptism record of Margriete Roelloffsz, the daughter of Martijne Bodeyn and Henryck Roeloffsz. Along with Jonas are three others: Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn, Marye Hanedouche (a sister of Gabriël Hanedouche, one of Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn's bothers-in-law, married to Pieter's other sister Anthoinette), and Esther Couseyn (sister to Marye Couseyns). These three are named as witnesses and that would more or less confirm the realtionship as Johan described above.

16 Leyde Aº 1602
Bodeyn, Isaach
voyez (see)
Abraham, Jan

Update: Johan Westra told me that this abstract concerns the wedding ban of Pyroontgen (Pierronne) Collaerts and Jan Abrahamsz, her second husband. She was by then the widow of Isaach Bodeyn, or better said, she thought she was a widow since the marriage had been annulled. Her first husband was actually still alive.

Given that Pyroontgen’s second husband Jan Abrahamsz was a soldier by profession, it's likely to assume that her first husband was also a soldier. He had probably been missing-in-action for some time for his wife to assume that he had died.

Isaach Bodeyn is not named in any further Leiden records and it isn’t certain if he returned to Leiden. Given the way his last name is spelled “Bodeyn,” he might be related to the Bodeyn family from Haerlemstraet, but lacking any further records he remains a non-connectable. .

17 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le 2 Octobre 1604
Baudin, M Pierre* et sa femme
par témoignage de l'église d' Hanauw

Received as a member, Pierre Baudin and his wife, by witness of the Church of Hanauw.

Update: Johan Westra told me that this abstract probably relates to abstracts 19, 22, and 26. The "M" in front of Pierre's name probably stands for Meester "Master." In the actual wedding ban of abstract 19, his marriage to Magdeleine de Henno, he is named a schoolmaster from France. That would probably explain the "M" in front of his name in this abstract. He is also named the widower of Marye Berro (the unnamed wife in this abstract). Finally, in abstract 22 his marriage to Pierronne Lesfure, he is named the widower of Magdeleine de Henno.

18 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le 1 Octobre 1606
Bodin, Martine
par témoignage de l'église d' Amsterdam

Update: Johan Westra told me that this is again the Martijne from record #3 above. She is returning to her family in Leiden from Amsterdam after the death of her second husband Henryck Roeloffsz.

19 Mariés à Leiden 16 Septembre 1607
Bodin, Pierre
et de Henno, Magdeleine

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 17, 19, 22, and 26 are probably all related. The "M" in front of Pierre's name in abstract 17 probably stands for Meester "Master." In the actual wedding ban of this abstract, his marriage to Magdeleine de Henno, he is named a schoolmaster from France. That would probably explain the "M" in front of his name in abstract 17. In this abstract, he is also named the widower of Marye Berro (the unnamed wife in abstract 17). Finally, in abstract 22 his marriage to Pierronne Lesfure, he is named the widower of Magdeleine de Henno.

20 Gedoopt in de Oude kerk to Amsterdam, den 24 Februari 1608
Vader Bodyn Jan
Moeder Loukas dr. Styntje
Kind Uemiik

Baptized in the old (?) church at Amsterdam on, father, mother, child.
Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that Uemiik is neither a Dutch name nor a French name. It must be something else (or my spelling was way off).

Update: Johan Westra told me that he didn’t do much research on the earlier Bodines from Amsterdam since they don’t seem to belong to one family. Most of them seem to be non-connectable. However there is a possibility that at least some of them are related to the Bodeyn family from Leiden. In those days, there was a lake “the Haarlemmermeer,” which connected Leiden to both Amsterdam and Haarlem. And traveling over water was in those days the most convenient way to travel. Besides that, some members of the Bodeyn family seem to have lived in Amsterdam and Haarlem at least for a while. The first resident family to settle in Amsterdam is made up of the descendants of Isaac Boidin and Rachel Cautez. They settled in Amsterdam and later also in Rotterdam. This happened after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes.

The child of Jan Bodyn and Christine “Styntje” Loukasdr. who is baptized, is probably named Annemiek, a girl’s name which is derived from Anne Marije or Anne Marijke.

21 Baptisé le 17 Aout 1608 à Leide.
Bodin - Jonas.
fils de Pierre
et de ----

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 8, 9, 10, 21, 27 and 103 all relate to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and his wife Marya Couseijns. Johan will discuss this family in a separate document since Pieter's story is quite involved.

This record is Jonas Pietersz. Bodeyn, the youngest son of Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and Marya Couseijns. In fact his baptism record is one of only two of the baptism records of Pieter's children which still can be found in the Leiden records. The only other is his older sister Judith Bodeyn baptised in Leiden in 1603. Of the older children, the baptism records don't seem to exist anymore.

Jonas Pietersz. Bodeyn became a "Bierschooier," a wholesaler of beer. He was married to Elisabeth van der Broucke and the couple had one son baptised in 1637, Pieter Jonasz. Bodeyn. Jonas Pietersz. Bodeyn must have died shortly after the birth of his son because in 1638 Elisabeth van der Broucke appears before the "Vierschaer," a local court for civil matters. In the court record, Elizabeth is named as the widow of Jonas Pietersz. Bodeyn.

Johan doesn't know what the court case was about, but the opposing party was Jan Bastiaansz. van Mieris, the father of Frans van Mieris a famous Dutch painter and apprentice of Gerard Dou who was himself an apprentice of Rembrandt van Rhijn.

22 Mariés à Leiden le 20 Mars 1611
Bodin, Pierre
et Lesfure Peronne

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Pierre Baudin who is received as a member of the Walloon church with his wife is probably the same as the Pierre Bodin who is married to Magdeleine Henno in 1607 (abstract 19). His second wedding ban (abstract 19) from the marriage to Magdeleine Henno states he is a schoolmaster from France. By then, he is the widower of Marye Berro who is probably the wife meant in abstract 17. The Pierre Bodins from abstracts 19 and this one are one and the same. Pierre Bodin is named the widower of Magdeleine Henno in his third wedding ban from his marriage (abstract 22) to his third wife Perronne Lesfure in 1611.

Pierre Bodin’s third wife, Perronne Lesfure, is probably the same as Pierronne the wife of Pierre Baudin who is named in abstract 26.

23 1612
Bodeyn Martine
voyez
Willems

Update: Johan Westra sent me the following:

Research in France

Issue 106, p. 542 (marriage): Mees Willemsz., young man from Leiden, wool comber, accompanied by Jheremias Bucquoy and Daniel Pyck, his friends.

On December 12, 1612 to Maertyne Bodeyn, born at Armentieres, widow of Henrick Roeloffsz., accompanied by Mary Bodeyn, her mother and Antoinette Bodeyn, her sister (G, 187v).

This is again Martijne from record #3 above and her third husband, Bartholomeus "Mees" Willemsz. de Bries.

24 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide à August 1614
Bodin, Susanne

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 24, 31, and 39 (also named in my Research in France page) are two of the daughters of Pieter “the Elder” Bodeyn and Marya Couseijn.

Johan said he couldn’t find the wedding ban of Susanne Bodeyn and her husband Paschier "the Younger" Barbary; however, the couple have at least four children baptized in Leiden. Paschier is by profession a chaudronier (metalworker, kettlemaker). He is the brother of Noë "the Younger" Barbary who married Susanne Bodeyn’s sister Marie Bodeyn.

25 Mariés à Leiden le 23 Novembre 1614
Bodin, Isaac
et Bouge, Pacque

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Abraham "the younger's" son Ysaack. See also abstracts 5 and 11. This is the same wedding ban as the one wich is mentioned in my research in France..

26 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide fevrier 1615
Baudin, Pierronne femme de Pierre

Update: Johan Westra told me that he found no other Pierronnes married to one of the Pierre or Pieter Bodeyns in the records in Leiden. This abstract is probably related to abstracts 17, 19, and 22.

What further happened to Pierre or any of his wives in not known and although he might be related to the Bodeyns from Haerlemstraet, he remains a non-connectable.

27 Anno 1616
Elu diacre de l'Eglise de Leyde
Bodin, Pierre (le fils)

Elected deacon of the Church of Leiden

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 8, 9, 10, 21, 27 and 103 all relate to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and his wife Marya Couseijns. Johan will discuss this family in a separate document since Pieter's story is quite involved.

28 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Middelbourg le 1 Novembre 1619
Bodin (Marie) femme de Pierre le Miner, native de Steenwijk

I believe the librarian told me that Middleburg was the first Protestant Church formed for Huguenot refugees from France. It's on an island or isthmus in the North Sea.
Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that Middelburg is the provincial capital of the province of Zeeland. He also believes that the first Protestant Church for Huguenot refugees from France was indeed formed there.

29 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide à Pentecote 1620
Bodin, Antoinette
30 Kerkenteekenregister te Amsterdam den 15 Dec 1625
Bodeyn. Jean geb Grave wed Marry le Pagie
Antwerpen Walenpad
van der Hyde. Magdalena geb Wezel 30j
N.L. Achterburgwal geass mes Aelhie Coppen

Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that "Achterb burg wal geass mes Aelhie Coppen" has to be "Achterburgwal, geass(issteerd) met Aeltie Coppen." The Achterburgwal was where she lived. Aeltie Coppens was the person who assisted her, but it is not mentioned if they were related. The word Grace undoubtedly has to be Grave. And "Arypwerleen Walenpad x (?)" must be "Antwerpen, Walenpad." This would mean that he came from Grave, Antwerpen. In any case, at the time of his wedding he was living at the Walenpad in Amsterdam (coincidentally Walen means Wallonian). The entire text would then be:
.....Kerkenteekenregister te Amsterdam den 15 Dec 1625:
Bodeyn, Jean, geb[oren] Grave, wed[uwnaar] Marry le Pagie,
[van] Antwerpen, [wonende] Walenpad
& Van der Hyde, Magdalena, geb[oren] Wezel, 30 j[aar],
[wonende] Achterburgwal, geass[isteerd] met Aelhie Coppen.

.....Translated: ‘Church registry Amsterdam, December 15th 1625:
Bodeyn, Jean, born Grave, widower of Marry le Pagie,
[from] Antwerp, [living at the] Walenpad
& Van der Hyde, Magdalena, born Wezel [Germany], 30 years old,
[living at the] Achterburgwal, assisted by Aelhie Coppen’.

31 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le fevr: 1625
Bodyn, Marie

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 24, 31, and 39 (also named in my Research in France page) are two of the daughters of Pieter “the Elder” Bodeyn and Marya Couseijn.

Research in France
NOE BARBARY, young man from Armentières, accompanied by Noé Barbary, his father.
On June 1, 1628 to MARIA BODEYN, young woman from Leiden, accompanied by Maria Cosijn, her mother (K, 105).

Johan said that both Barbary brothers are sons of Noë "the Elder" Barbary and Maeycken Gillis, and grandsons of Passchier "the Elder" Barbary. Like their siblings, Noë "the Younger" Barbary and Marie Bodeyn also had several children baptized in Leiden. The Barbary or Barbry family remained closely related to the Bodeyn family, appearing as witnesses in several baptism records and wedding bans of the extended Bodeyn family. In fact, the Barbary family was already closely related to the Boidin family from the time they lived in the Armentieres region. And they would remain closely related to one another. Marriages between both families from that region are recorded up until the 19th century.

32 1625
Bodyn Antoinette
voyez
Pergens
33 1621
Bodin Marlene
voyez
Warquier

Update: Johan Westra told me that this is also Martijne from record #3 above, and her fourth and last husband, Nicolas Warniër.

Johan said there is a lot more to tell about Martijne and her husbands - especially about the ancestry of her first husband. He will send more on that later.

34 Mariés à Amsterdam le 12 Decembre 1625
Bodyn Jean
et de Mer Rachel
35 Kerkinteekenregister te Amsterdam den 16 Nov 1628
Bodyn Jan geb A 25j. geasfme vader Jan Bodyn
de Mer. Rachel geb A 26j geasfmes Lysbeth van Skeenwinkel
Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that geasfmes and geasfme are not Dutch words. This has to be "geass. met" which is short for "geassisteerd met" (assisted by). What you read as an ‘f’ is in fact the long ‘s,’ which was used in those days for the second ‘s’ in a doubled 's.' The translation of the entire entry is then:
Bodyn, Jan, born A[msterdam?], 25 years old, assisted by his father Jan Bodyn
& De Mer, Rachel, born A[msterdam?], 26 years old, assisted by Lysbeth van Steenwinkel (and not: Skeenwinkel).
36 Leide. S'est présenté pour être reçu par confession de foi à la Cène le 20 Juillet 1628
Bodin, Sara fille de Pierre
accompagné de sa mère (Registre des Esxoutons & Trespondans, 1627-1665)
37 Mariés à Leiden le. 2 Juillet, 1628
Bodijn, Pierre
et Van Baumie Marie
38 Baptisé le 16 d' Avril 1628 Gonda.
Boden, Philippe
fils de Philippe Bodin
et de ____
39 1628
Bodyn Marie
voyez
Barbry

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 24, 31, and 39 (also named in my Research in France page) are two of the daughters of Pieter “the Elder” Bodeyn and Marya Couseijn.

Research in France
NOE BARBARY, young man from Armentières, accompanied by Noé Barbary, his father.
On June 1, 1628 to MARIA BODEYN, young woman from Leiden, accompanied by Maria Cosijn, her mother (K, 105).

Johan said that both Barbary brothers are sons of Noë "the Elder" Barbary and Maeycken Gillis, and grandsons of Passchier "the Elder" Barbary. Like their siblings, Noë "the Younger" Barbary and Marie Bodeyn also had several children baptized in Leiden. The Barbary or Barbry family remained closely related to the Bodeyn family, appearing as witnesses in several baptism records and wedding bans of the extended Bodeyn family. In fact, the Barbary family was already closely related to the Boidin family from the time they lived in the Armentieres region. And they would remain closely related to one another. Marriages between both families from that region are recorded up until the 19th century.

40 1628
Bodein Marie
voyez
Antoine
41 1629
Bodin Sara
voyez
Blondeel
42 Anno 1634 le __ à Leide
Bodin, Michelle
voyez
de l'Espiene, Jaques
43 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Middelbourg le 30 Avril 1632
Bodin, Anthoine, fils de Noe, native del Gorge
44 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 24 Feb: 1630
Bodijn / Martijntgen /
vader Pieter
45 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 11 Feb: 1629
Bodijn / Maeyken /
vader Pieter
moeder Hamme / Maeijken van /
46 Bodin Suzanne
voyez
Clerabes
47 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Aout 1634
Bodin, Michelle femme de Jaques del 'Espierre
confession voyez del 'Espierre
48 Baptisé le 6 Avril 1636 à Leide
Bodin - Susanne
fille de Jean
49 Mariés à Middelburg le 31 Septembre 1636
Bodin, Anthoine
et Bouque, Marthe
50 Baptisé le 21 Septembre 1637
Bodyn - enfant
fil de Jan
51 Bodin Suzzane
voyez 1628
Gaudiau
52 Baptisé le 31 Janvier 1638 à Middleburg
Bodin, Jean
fils de Anthoine
53 Mariés à Amsterdam le, 24 Mars 1638
Bodain Christoffe
et Siber Anne
54 Aangeteekend te Middleburg den 10 April 1638
Bodijn Esther
Zie Moen francois
55 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Aout 1638
Baudin, Caterine
par témoignage de l'église de Hanou
56 Baptisé le 17 fevrier 1639 à Middleburg
Bodin, Marthe
fille de Anthonine
et de
57 1640
Bodin Marie
voyez
Biendu
58 Mariés à Middelburg le. 25 fevrier 1640
Bodin, Anthoine
et Frouqoi,
Jaquemine (
or Trouquoi)
59 Kerkinteekenregister te Amsterdam den 3 Nov. 1640
Bodijn Nicholas geb Sedijn 27j web laengezel
Roose Anna geb Chateau Samuelle wed
Jean Polus
Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that "web laengezel" probably refers to the address. The word laen means "street" (in modern Dutch this is laan). It would be translated as "[living at the] Weblaen, gezel." The word Gezel would be his profession, but the text seems to be incomplete. And "Sedijn" is certainly Sedan.
60 Mariés le 10 November 1640
Bodijn Nicolas
et Roose Anne
61 Mariés à Middleburg le. 7 Mai 1641
Bodeijn, Jaques
et Berresels, Susanne
62 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le
Baudin (Willem) et sa femme
29 Jul: 1641
63 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Amsterdam le 1642 2 Mey
Bodin Gsaoe (
????)
par témoignage de l'eglise de Hesana (
????)
64 Mariés à Leiden le. 18 Maij 1642
Bauden, Pierre
et Guillaume, Cateline
65 1644
Bodijn Susanne
voyez
Jieslijn
66 Bodin Sara
voyez 1644
des Sosfés
67 Reçu membre de l'Eglise d'Amsterdam le 1644 20 Aouth
Bodin Jenne
par témoignage de l'eglise de Leiden (
????)
68 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 30 Oct: 1644
Bodijn / Antonins /
vader Abram
moeder Bruninck / Geertruijt /
69 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 7 Dec: 1645
Bodin / Weijntien /
vader Abram
moeder Bodin / Geertruijt /
70 Gedoopt te Leiden, in de Pieterskerk den 16 Mei 1646
Bodeijn, Jannetyen
vader Gillis
moeder Versij, Hester de
71 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Amsterdam le 1650 24 Mey
Bodin Jeanne femme de Ame Fre
par témoignage de l'eglise de Leyden
72 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 7 Juni 1650
Boidin / Johannes /
vader Abraham
moeder Bruningh / Geertruijd /
73 Anno 1651 le 30 Mai à Amsterdam
Bodin Maria
voyez
Cleequet Pieter
74 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le aout 1652
Baudaine, Françoise
a confession

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Nicolas and Francoise named here in abstracts 74, 75, 76, and 78 could be the same as the Nicolas Boidin and his wife Francoise (prob. Favarque) who are the ancestors of the Boedijns in Delft, Holland. They had two sons baptized in Amsterdam in the mid 1660s: Nicolas and Jacques. And a third son Quirinus was baptized in Leiden. It was Quirinus who was the ancestor of the present day Boedijn families from Delft, the Hague in the province of Zuid Holland, and Hoorn in the province of Noord Holland."

75 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le avril 1655
Bodain, Nicolas
a confession

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Nicolas and Francoise named here in abstracts 74, 75, 76, and 78 could be the same as the Nicolas Boidin and his wife Francoise (prob. Favarque) who are the ancestors of the Boedijns in Delft, Holland. They had two sons baptized in Amsterdam in the mid 1660s: Nicolas and Jacques. And a third son Quirinus was baptized in Leiden. It was Quirinus who was the ancestor of the present day Boedijn families from Delft, the Hague in the province of Zuid Holland, and Hoorn in the province of Noord Holland."

76 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le
Bodin / Franchoise / femme marié
parti av. tem. le 26 Mai 1655

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Nicolas and Francoise named here in abstracts 74, 75, 76, and 78 could be the same as the Nicolas Boidin and his wife Francoise (prob. Favarque) who are the ancestors of the Boedijns in Delft, Holland. They had two sons baptized in Amsterdam in the mid 1660s: Nicolas and Jacques. And a third son Quirinus was baptized in Leiden. It was Quirinus who was the ancestor of the present day Boedijn families from Delft, the Hague in the province of Zuid Holland, and Hoorn in the province of Noord Holland."

77 Aangeteekend te San Laurens den 10 Oct 1655
Bodin Maetje
Zie van Nieuwerkeneke ferdinandus

This could mean that Maertje and Ferdinandus were going to marry. A marriage was always announced in church three weeks before the actual date of marriage. This announcement is known as "aantekenen." The last line means "Look at the file of Ferdinand Nieuwerkeneke."
Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that "San Laurens" has to be "Sint Laurens." And "Nieuwerkeneke ferdinandus" is probably "Nieuwerkerke, Ferdinandus."

78 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le juin 1656
Bodin, Francoise
revenez (
?) témoignage de l'eglise de Leide

Update: Johan Westra told me that this Nicolas and Francoise named here in abstracts 74, 75, 76, and 78 could be the same as the Nicolas Boidin and his wife Francoise (prob. Favarque) who are the ancestors of the Boedijns in Delft, Holland. They had two sons baptized in Amsterdam in the mid 1660s: Nicolas and Jacques. And a third son Quirinus was baptized in Leiden. It was Quirinus who was the ancestor of the present day Boedijn families from Delft, the Hague in the province of Zuid Holland, and Hoorn in the province of Noord Holland."

79 Baptisé le 15 Avril 1657 à Gouda
Bodin, Jeanne
fille de Phillippe Bodin
et de Christine Jans
80 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 13 Feb: 1661
Bodijn / Jannitje /
vader Jan Jansen
moeder _________

This is an interesting entry. Baptised at Leiden in the Hooglandsche Church on Feb 13, 1661: Janet Bodine, father Jan Jansen, mother not mentioned. See notes for record 82.

Update: D.E. Boekee checked the original record and sent the following: Hooglandsche Kerk; 13 Feb 1661; child: Jannitje; father: Jan Jansz [son of Jan] Bodijn; mother: not mentioned; sponsors: Joris Pietersz, Philips Mereuw, Jannitje Jans, Susanna Isaacx.

D.E. also thinks it likely that Janet's mother was Mary Poure/Pouvre. He bases this on a marriage record between a Johannes Jansz Bodeijn, born Leiden, and Marij Poere, born Valenchijn (Valenciennes in France). This marriage took place on May 6, 1660 in the Walloon Church. The bride was sponsored by Jenne Dutry, her mother. This is just a guess, however.

Jenne Dutry also had married a Jean Boudeijn, widower of Cathalijne le Rou, on June 27, 1657 in the Walloon Church. "Jenne Deutery" as her name was written in the marriage record, was the widow of Valenthijn Pouvre.

I guess it is possible that Mary died before Janets' baptism or else she was just not mentioned. If she had died, then maybe the Sara Stof mentioned in record #82 below could be the second wife of this Jan Bodijn. Again, these are only wild guesses.

Or it's possible that Sara Stof of record #82 is the missing mother here. There is no evidence, however, that the Jan Bodijn's of records #80 and #82 are the same person.

81 Baptisé le 24 Septembre 1661 à Leiden
Bodin - Thamar
fille de Nicolas
et de Chrestienne du Sar

Update: Johan Westra told me that Nicolas Bodin and Christine de Sar are the ancestors of the present-day Bodijn family in Leiden, Holland. They are mentioned here in abstracts 81, 83, 85, 88 and 90.

82 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 7 Mei 1662
Bodein / Sara /
vader Jan
moeder Stof / Sara /

This is another interesting entry. Baptised at Leiden in the Hooglandsche Church on May 7, 1662: Sarah Bodine, father John, mother Sarah Stof. I think this Jan may be the same as the Jan Jansen in record 80, but that is only a wild guess. John Bodine of Bethune supposedly named his first son John and his first daughter Sarah. Following Dutch naming customs, his parents would probably be named John and Sarah. And John Bodine was also born about 1662. This would put him in the right time frame with this John and Sarah's children. Sara Stof would appear to be the daughter of a Christoffel since Stof does not otherwise appear in the records.

D.E. Boekee checked the original record in the Leiden Municipal Archives and sent this: Hooglandsche Kerk; 7 may 1662; child: Sara; father: Jan Bodijn; mother: Sara Stof; sponsors: Pieter de Vos, Sara Simons, Anna Robertsdr [daughter of Robert].

See record #80 for some speculation on this record.

83 Baptisé le 1 Janvier 1663 à Leiden
Bodin - Daniel
fils de Nicolas

Update: Johan Westra told me that Nicolas Bodin and Christine de Sar are the ancestors of the present-day Bodijn family in Leiden, Holland. They are mentioned here in abstracts 81, 83, 85, 88 and 90.

84 Mariés à Hanau le 29 Nov 1663
Jean Bodin
F. d'Elie, maitre d'Ecole à Gerbotshausen
Elisabeth Petit
Vv. de Martin Guillaume Eisemer

The woman at the library said that this means Jean is the son (fils) of Elie and it was probably Elie who was a school teacher (and not Jean). Elisabeth was the widow of Martin.

85 Baptisé le 18 Janvier 1665 à Leiden
Bodin - Thamar
fils de Nicolas
et de Chrestienne de Sar

Update: Johan Westra told me that Nicolas Bodin and Christine de Sar are the ancestors of the present-day Bodijn family in Leiden, Holland. They are mentioned here in abstracts 81, 83, 85, 88 and 90.

86 Enterré/Décédé à Sedan le 7 décre 1665
Bodin, Anne
Agé de 90 ans, native de la Chapelle
à l'enterrement assistèrent Vve de Pierre Collet
peigneur de loine à Sedan

All this seems to be information related to Anne and nothing to do with her enterrement. She is the widow of Pierre who was a wool comber in Sedan.

87 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Juin 1666
Boddin Gerard et sa femme Marie Pouri(??)
par témoignage de à Amsterdam
88 Baptisé le 3 Octobre 1666 à Leiden
Bodin - Daniel
fils de Nicolas
et de Chrestienne du Sar

Update: Johan Westra told me that Nicolas Bodin and Christine de Sar are the ancestors of the present-day Bodijn family in Leiden, Holland. They are mentioned here in abstracts 81, 83, 85, 88 and 90.

89 Gehuwd te 'sGravenhage ---------- in de Groote Kerk den 17 April
1667
Coenraad Bodijn jm.
Helena Prind j.d.
beide wonende alhier

Married in the Hague in the Big Church on April 17, 1667.
Coenraad Bodyn young man (meaning never married)
Helena Prind young woman (meaning never married)
Both living here

90 Baptisé le 25 Mars 1668 à Leiden
Bodin - Marie
fille de Nicolas
et de Christene du Sar

Update: Johan Westra told me that Nicolas Bodin and Christine de Sar are the ancestors of the present-day Bodijn family in Leiden, Holland. They are mentioned here in abstracts 81, 83, 85, 88 and 90.

91 Gedoopt te Leiden, in de Pieterskerk den 26 September 1668
Bodijn, Lijsbeth
vader Pieter
moeder Willemsdr. Jannetie

Here is another interesting family. Peter Bodine and his wife Janet Williamsdaughter have several children baptised between now and 1674. All of these children have names that are common among the Bethune Bodines in America: Elizabeth 1668; Ann 1670; Sarah 1672; and Peter 1674. This family suddenly appears in the records of the Peters (and later Hooglandsche) Church in Leiden here in 1668 and  then seems to suddenly disappear after 1674. Maybe they sailed to America. And maybe they had other children born before 1668. But this is just speculation. See records 95, 98, and 99.

92 Baptisé à l'Eglise de Manheim le 9 Juin 1669
Bodin Marie Henriette
fille de Henry
et de Marie Beaton
93 Enterré/Décéde à Sedan le 7 Avril 1670, Bodin, Marie, native de Francheval
âgé de 1 ans, fille de Gaspar, [chih la Jonchère, solval et Jean, ne Roussalot]
à l'enterrement assistèrent Jean Martel et Jean Gallois
Aous demt. à Ledan (
probably Sedan - this record was hard to read)
94 Baptisé à l'Eglise française de Manheim le 17 Aoust 1670
Boidin Marie Anne
fille de Henry
et de Marie Bretow
95 Gedoopt te Leiden, in de Pieterskerk den 8 October 1670
Bodijn, Anna
vader Pieter
moeder Willems, Jannetgen
96 Baptisé à Ledan le 19 janvier 1672 (this is probably Sedan not Ledan)
Bodin, Jean
fils de Gaspart, cavalier et Jeanne Rousselet
Parrains Jean Mardel )
et Elisabeth Denis )
97 Poorter geworden te Amsterdam den 9 Maart 1672
Bodijn Antony
ambacht Schipper
komende van Leiden

Became Burger at Amsterdam on March 9, 1672 (A "burger" was a "civilian" meaning he had the right to vote, but he also had to pay taxes. Being a 'civilian' was a privilege not automatically granted to everyone living in a city.)
Antony Bodijn
Profession shipper
Coming from Leiden

98 Gedoopt te Leiden in de Hooglandsche Kerk den 7 Aug: 1672
Bodijn / Sara /
vader Pieter
moeder Willems / Jannetgen /
99 Gedoopt te Leiden, in de Pieterskerk den 8 Juni 1674
Bodein, Pieter
vader Pieter
moeder Willems[dr], Johanna
100 Baptisé à l'Eglise française de Manheim le 10? Fevrier 1675
Boidin Susanne
fille de Henri
et de Marie Breton
101 Gedoopt in de [Nieesse] kerk te Amsterdam, den 9 April 1675
Vader Johannes Bodijn
Moeder Anner Slaan
Kind Anna
Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that "[Nieesse] kerk" probably is "[Nieuwe] Kerk."
102 Mariés à Leiden le 10 Août 1675
Bodin André
et Fison, Jeane
103 Anno 1676
De boedel van Maria Cousijn, wed Pieter Bodeijn, komt aan de Weeskamer te Leiden

The estate of Maria Cousijn, widow of Pieter Bodine is bequeathed to the Orphanage at Leiden. There is more on this couple in the Archive Room under "The Netherlands / Holland." Note: A John Bodine married a Lemme Cozyn in 1780 in New Jersey.

Update: Johan Westra told me that abstracts 8, 9, 10, 21, 27 and 103 all relate to Pieter "the elder" Bodeyn and his wife Marya Couseijns. Johan will discuss this family in a separate document since Pieter's story is quite involved.

104 Begraven te Amsterdam den 21 februari 1676 Oude Kerk
Naam Bodijn Joannis / Zijn kind /
Gehuwd (Wed.) ----
Woonplaats Haarlemmerdijcke

Buried at Amsterdam on February 21, 1676 in the Old church
Name Joannis Bodyn / his child /
Married (widower) ----
Domicile Haarlemmerdijcke

Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that "zun hind" has to be "zijn kind" (his child).

105 Mariés le 10 Janvier 1677
á Manheim (Egl. fr.)
Bodin Catherine
voyes
Bailleul Fleurice fils d'Antoine
106 Gedoopt in de NZ Kapel kerk te Amsterdam, den 19 Maart 1677
Vader Bodijn Johannis
Moeder Verlaan Anna
Kind Johanna
107 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Middelbourg le 22 Octre 1680
Boddin (Anthoine) natif de Fleurbarg au
par témoignage de l'eglise d Pais de F en Flandre
108 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Juin 1681
Bodin - [Faniac/Famiae/...]
109 andhr
gehuwd te 's Gravenhage in de groote Kerk den 11 Jani 1682
Coenraad Bodyn wed won hier
Geestrinsa Deckers j.d. van Utrecht
won daar

???
Married at the Hague in the Large Church on January 11, 1682
Coenraad Bodyn widower living here
(and) Geerstrinsa (Christina) Deckers young woman from Utrecht
living there

Update: Boudewijn Wegner told me that andhr is not a Dutch word. The "Groote Kerk" is the "Large Church." It is a common name for churches. And "Geestrinsa Deckers [f/j].d. van Utrecht" has to be ‘Geertruida Deckers, j.d. van Utrecht."

110 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le
Bodin / Jean / et sa femme
parti av. tem. le 31 Mai 1682

Received as a member of the Church of Leiden
Jean Bodin and his wife
left with witness on May 31, 1682
(See also 111, 116, and 123.)

111 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Haarlem le 31 Mai 1682
Bodin (Jean)
parti av. tem du 10 Nov. 1685
112 Mariés à Amsterdam le 14 December 1683
Bodhen [Henank / Henauk/...]
et [Peither /Cusher] Elisabeth
113 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Haarlem le 1 Janv1684
Bodin (Sara)
parti av. tem. le 15 Sept 1686 revenue 2 Nov 1687
114 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Avril 1685
Bodin Daniel
115 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Octobre 1685
Bodin - Marie
116 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Décembre 1685
Bodin- Jean et sa femme
par témoignage de l'eglise de Haarlem
117 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Amsterdam le 1686 21 Avril
Boden Pierre
cy devant ministre de Levers en Bas [Langredoe]
118 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le Octobre 1686
Bodin - Sara femme de Pierre [frerée]
par témoignage de l'eglise Haarlem
119 Anno 1687 le 17 Août à Amsterdam
Bodijn Isaac
voyez
Copýn Isaac
120 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Amsterdam le 1687 16 November Bodain Gabrielle
par témoignage de l'eglise de St Marten
121 Inhumé à HANAU Bodin le 28 August 1688
Maria Babara:
Jacob Bodie Fochter
agé -- ans
122 Mariés à Leiden le 21 Maij 1689
Bodein, Jean
et Kiecke, Marie
123 Reçu membre de l'Eglise de Leide le [Ferire] 1689
Bodin - Jean
124 Anno 1690 le 21 April à Axel
Bodein, Magdalena
voyez
[Schatternan de Jorge, Jan]


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