Property in Delft owned by members
of Leeuwenhoek's extended family

Buitenwatersloot 214

Cousin Lambrecht Huijchs Leeuwenhoek (1624-1701) got it 1677 01/30 notary Abraham van den Velt. It went to Aernoud Carlier (notary: Schrevelius??) August 1733 as heir of his wife Eva Maartens (1701-1776), Lambrecht's granddaughter. In September 1780, their daughters Maria Carlier and Catharina van Engelen got it after Aernoud died in June 1780. Was this the garden or another house? After Maria Carlier got it, it sold as a unit (same sales letter) with A0130 and A0131 now Buitenwatersloot 218.

Buitenwatersloot 218

Lambertus Maartens Leeuwenhoek (1698-1752) and his two sisters Magdalena (1699-btwn 1750-1764) and Adriane (1691-1767), who were all unmarried owned this garden and two little houses to even out the marriage gifts that their two married siblings, Pieter (1693-1750) and Eva (1701-1776), had already received from Maartens Lambrechts Leeuwenhoek (1659-1742). Adriane, the longest living, gave it to Eva Maartens (1701-1776) (071v2), who already owned the property next door A0129 Buitenwatersloot 214. It then went to Eva's husband Aernoud Carlier (see folio 891) and their daughter Maria Carlier. A0130 and A0131 always sold as a unit (same sales letters). A0129 was added, same sales letters, by Maria Carlier. D0508 Oude Delft 97 has the same ownship.

Buitenwatersloot 236, 238, 240, 242, 244, 246, 248, 250

Pieter Jans Hogenhouck (-1629). In the 1600's, this property was detached from the far end of development along the Buitenwatersloot. It has a narrow strip running along the sloot – a garden? Something to do with the boats, for which this would have been the very outskirts of Delft?

Burgwal 18 A

Jacob Cornelis Hogenhouck (-1665) got it in a scheiding Abraham van den Velde notary 1667 12/10. He is listed after and before members of the Berestijn family, and the scheiding is two years after his death.

Choorstraat 26

Arnold van den Heuvel (1637-1683), brassworker, married Antony's neice Margrieta Jans de Molijn (1647-) on 1674 03/28; Arnold paid the 1632-1654 verponding 115r4, so they probably lived there. The property, a few houses west on Choorstraat of where she grew up, went to their daughters Agneta and Elisabet van den Heuvel under a scheiding of 1699 05/06 notary Jan Boogert, then to Gorius van Blijvenburch, husband of Elisabet van den Heuvel. Did Margrieta die in 1699? no record in Delft DTB.

Choorstraat 33

Jan Jacobs de Molijn (1618-1691), the painter, Antony's brother-in-law, bought this property in ____, source: 1585-1648 huizenprotocol OAD inv. 731 fol. 140v2 sale letter 3W138v. He also paid the 1632-1654 verponding 111v3 and must have lived here with Antony's sister. Their son Antonij Jans de Molijn, the doctor, grew up here and later moved in next door.

Choorstraat 35

Anthonij Jans de Molijn (1656-1729), Antony's nephew the doctor, moved back to the street where he grew up.

Choorstraat 38

Jacob Jans de Molijn (-1649) was living on Choorstraat when he married for first time in 1624 to Maritgen Cornelis van der Vos. When he paid the 1585-1648 huizenprotocol OAD inv. 731 fol. 150R1a he was “deurwaarder”. He sold it to his son Jan Jacobs Molijn 2m284, and both paid the verpondings 112r1 and 116r2. Then it went to Jan Jacob's daughter Geertruijd Jans Molijn via deed (“akte”) on 1692 01/13 notary Wybrant van der Kost.

Doelenstraat 19-27, 33-43

Pieter Abrahams Hogenhouck (-1679) got it from Stolburger by “executie” - foreclosure?

Donkerstraat 51 A

Father-in-law Elias de Meij's widow Maria Verlijn owned it afer his death. ORA 281-283 notes that his came "with two little houses of Jan Kola", which must be D1039 and D1040bis. D1040bis went to Hendrick van Leeuwen 5r272, who sold to Jan Kola 5z282v.