Do You Know

This is a list of specific information (individual or family) to about 1800:

  • By 1371-1381 was Dirk van Dorsten judge in Wijhe and surroundings (also Deventer, Putten)
  • By 1386-1396 was Hendrick de Dorsten the 1st magistrate of the University in Heidelberg (DL)
  • Around 1400 was Johannes van Dorsten a well-known Canon (1392 Aachen) and pastor (1400 Deurne and Bakel)
  • By 1402-1495 possessed a family the farm Groot Jymminck in Vorden (Zutphen); This farm still exists and had passed by marriage to the noble family Achtevelt/Emelair (near Amersfoort)
  • Son Willem (from a daughter in the same family married to Emelair) called himself again Van Dorsten and continued the tree in Amersfoort until the beginning of the 17th century
  • By 1402-1426 was Tyman van Dorschen Mayor & councillor in Utrecht; son Willem was a well-known writer (1426-1438) and was beheaded in 1438, father Tyman was then outlaw
  • In 1409 was Bertramus the Dursten magistrate of Dortmund (more reports in stift Cologne)
  • In 1411 was Hermannus Prekel the Dursten the Imperial notary Hermannus in Cologne
  • By 1420-1426 was Gerhard van Dursten named as rector of the Katharinenkapel (DL-NRW)
  • In 1425 was Wenemar de Dursten the Papal notary in Cologne
  • In 1443 was Burchard of Dursten clergyman of the Diocese of Cologne and writer in Basel
  • By 1420-1481 was Johannes Bauer de Dorsten professor in Erfurt, and later Augustinian monk
  • In 1450 is Johann van Dorsten prior of monastery Ellen and founder of Marienborn
  • By 1457-1482 there were two vicars in the Walburgskerk in Zutphen (Johan, Claes)
  • By 1430-1481 Aarnout van Dorsten was monk, prior and subprior of a monastery in Groningen
  • In 1535 the philosopher, literator and Canon Arnold (also brother Ernst was Canon) died in Utrecht
  • Late 16th century was Herman van Dorsten the warden of the Golden Angel in Arnhem
  • Late 16th century was Jutta of Dorsten subprioriune (Monastery) in Arnhem
  • Late 16th century there was a Joris van Dorsten Steech (path) in Vlaardingen
  • By 1520-1680 were various members of the Neuenhaus family tree Mayor in Neuenhaus (5), Nordhorn (2) and Emden. In addition, many of them were also Brewer/wine merchant; See also the specific family tree
  • In 1630 is Johan van Dorsten Canon of St Marien in Utrecht
  • In the early 17th century, a well-known poet / writer Joost Krijnen (also called Justinius Quirinus or Jacobus Cornelissen) and bookseller Balthasar Krijnen lived in various references in Amsterdam
  • In 1635 (ancestor) Johan van Dorsten was a schoolmaster in Brielle and a lieutenant of the Orange vendel Shooters; You can still visit his tombstone (photo in possession); The family became rich in trade in Rotterdam
  • The daughter of Jacob’s second wife in Bredevoort became the wife of Rembrandt van Rijn
  • Between 1600-1700 the Dordrecht family tree has produced various acquaintances, such as a lawyer at the Court of Holland, a painter (pupil of Rembrandt) and a member of the Board of Admiralty; See also the specific family tree
  • Late 17th century died Christiaan Huygens in the House of the widow Van Dorsten (Dordrecht)
  • Between 1600-1800 a piece of land near Kampen was named Dorstens Slag
  • Against 1700 was Dirck van Dursten from Kampen in a Beterhuys (for fast livers!) in Utrecht
  • Since 1700 were many in the Zwartsluis family tree skipper, barge hand, sailor or ship Carpenter (until last century); See also the specific family tree
  • Bernard Vincent Lucassen (1635), son of the ancestor, was a well-known city announcer in Bredae in the second part of the 17th century; he is often referred in acts in archives
  • By 1710-1725 Nicolaas (Claas) was Sergeant Major in Kampen
  • Around 1720 Pieter van Dorsten was a known shipowner from Kampen in Amsterdam (tombstone still there)
  • In 1743 was soldier Willem van Dorsten in Utrecht according to a statement from witnesses at the notary 30 years married, but regularly got children at another woman
  • Mid 18th century was Jacob van Dorssen in the Vreeland family tree Schout van Loenen and Canon in the Dom Church. See also the specific family tree
  • The pedigree from Bramsche first exists of shoemakers and later on many bakers, including the large branch to Leiden; See also the specific family
  • By 1770-1930 the Steenwijk’s family tree possessed a tannery; See also the specific family tree
  • In 1787 was Jan Willem van Dorsten onderschout in Dutch Indies
  • Around 1790 was Rudolph van Dorsten Envoy in the United States
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