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

May 30, 1659

Leeuwenhoek went to the Weeskamer, where he paid 900 guilders to reduce the capital, which mean that he had paid 3,000 guilders total and had 2,000 guilders still to pay.


WKD inv. 464 fol. 174v Registers van inschrijving van wezen en halfwezen 1646-1660 (my translation)

On the 30th of May 1659, nine hundred guilders were deposited by Anthonij van Leeuwenhoeck against the capital, as arranged on 1 October 1659 under Yfge Claes the concluded (veronden?) mortgage of the interest rate letter in Lade. 3 Feb. 1660 by Dirck van der Lee and Mr. Zacharius Berensteijn van Hofdijck, Weesmm.