Made mortgage payment (second of eight) on the Gulden Hoofd

Date: 
May 8, 1657

Leeuwenhoek went to the Weeskamer, where he paid 200 guilders interest on his mortgage and 400 guilders to reduce the capital. That made a total of 1,400 guilders paid, 3,600 remaining.

Document: 

WKD inv. 464 fol. 172v, 173v Registers van inschrijving van wezen en halfwezen 1646-1660 (my translation)

On the 8th of May 1657, Anthonij van Leeuwenhoeck brought here two hundred guilders for the year's interest due May 1657 and four hundred guilders in reduction of the capital, from which two hundred guilders the [ afgetogen? ] fifty according to fol. 169 verso goes to Everd Frans must continue to be given to Grietge Jans the children’s mother as counting from the one she had bought from the forenamed Leeuwenhoeck.

Is "bought from" correct? -- van 't gene sij van de voorn. Leeuwenhoeck hadde gecost

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