Andries Voorstad

Other name: 
Andrea
Antony's: 
printer
Burial date: 
February 20, 1730

 

Year  Dobell  shortened title AvL no
1688 11 Den Waaragtigen Omloop des Bloeds 65
1689 12 Natuurs Verborgentheden Ontdekt: zijnde een Tweede Vervolg der Brieven 61-67

034C927  Markt 33           scheiding     Hendrick Halder 5/22/1748     
034C183  Hippolytusbuurt OZ two down from Maria Duyst's                      

034C757 Vlamingstraat
034C736 Vrouwenregt 12 on the southeast corner of the Vrouwenregt and Vlamingstraat; the current building dates from the mid-1800's             
034C998 Kerkstraat 25, which lay across the Oosteinde gracht from Vrouwenregt 12; the current building dates from around 1600

034D883  corner of __ and ___ no longer existing as streets               

Short-Title Catalogue Netherlands

1680-1722

Occupation:
bookseller, 1680-1696, 1702, 1706
printer, 1686-1700, 1717-1718, 1721

Address:
Oude Appel-markt (de), 1680
Koore-markt, by't Marckt-veld (op de hoek van de), 1682-1683
Markt, nevens het stad-huys, naast de zeven sterren 1686
Markt-veld, bezuiden het raadt-huys = stad-huys (de), 1686-1722

Signboard:
Seven starren (in de), 1688-1695, 1718

When he died, he was living on Voldersgracht. He had four surviving children, one a minor. He was buried in the Oude Kerk. When his widow died in 1742, she was noted as living on the south side of Vlamingstraat. She was buried in her own grave in the Oude Kerk. She had one adult and 10 minor grandchildren.

This is not the same Andries Voorstad who in 1647 auctioned a library of books and scientific instruments that may well have been Leeuwenhoek's.