Adriaan Johannes Swalmius

wife Cornelia's great nephew and correspondent
Birth or Baptism date: 
June 21, 1689
Death or Burial date: 
February 14, 1747

Adriaan Swalmius (1689-1747) was a lawyer and notary in Delft from 1713 until 1741, when he became the city attorney (pensionaris) of Schiedam and administrator (bewindhebber) of the W.I.C. (West Indies Company) office in de Maze (Rotterdam). Leeuwenhoek and his second wife Cornelia Swalmius were the witnesses at Adriaan’s baptism and Leeuwenhoek bequeathed to him an oil portrait of his Uyttenbrouck relatives that he would receive after the death of Leeuwenhoek's daughter Maria.


He owned D283 now Brabantse Turfmarkt 89 and bequeathed it to his two children in 1756 (nine years after his death) by an “acte van Acquit” notary A. van Leeuwen in den Haag

He owned D0585 now Koornmarkt 81

He owned D0620 now Brabantse Turfmarkt 53

He owned D0685 now Paradijspoort 2 and bequeathed it to children Cornelia and Cornelis in 1756 just as other prop;

One of the two Adrians owned D1076 now Oosteinde 206 but I need a date to decide which Adrianus Swalmius (1689- )