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To the sixth and seventh he saith that the sayd plate and moneys was bought
for the producents, and laden for their sole use accompt and Risco as aforesayd
And noe subiect of the States of the United Provinces or King of ffrance
had or hath any share part or interest therein. And saith that the sayd
producents are natives of fflanders, and subiects of the King of Spaine
and so accounted, And the sayd Christian Aelst is an officer of the
King of Spaines mint att Antwerp where he hath his wife children and family
And the sayd Hjeronimo Brudgmans for about seven or eight yeares hath
lived in Sevell in Spaine; And both the sayd producents by common repute
have bin subiects of the King of Spaine all their tymes respectively.
The premisses this deponent knoweth being a servant of the sayd Hieronimo
and having correspondence with the sayd Christian Aelst and hath bene att his
howse in Antwerpe aforesayd. And further he cannot depose.

To the crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

Row dt.

To the 1st negatively.

To the .2.d he saith he hath knowne the parties interrate, who by common repute are both
natives of Antwerpe, five yeares or thereabouts, and saw the sayd Hjeronimo
Brudgmans att Cadiz the tyme interrate, And saith Christian Aelst liveth
in the street Kiddorp in Antwerp, and Hjeronimo Brudgmans in Saint Nicholas
Street in Sevill. and are both subiects of the King of Spaine.

To the .3.d he saith that the plate and moneys interrate was all of it laden in the day
time, and receyved aboard by the masters of the sayd shipp respectively and was
carryed aboard by Peter Classon a Spaniard a boatsman of Cadiz in the
Company of this deponent a native of Bridges in fflanders.

To the 4th he hath satisfyed above.

To the 5. he saith the bills of lading interrate are true and reall, and otherwise

To the 6. and 7th he saith that the respective Captaines of the sayd shipp made entries
of the sayd money and plate in their bookes respectively, agreeable to which
the sayd bills of lading were drawne, and beleiveth the sayd booke is in the
Registry of this Court. And further he cannot depose.

To the 8th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 9th he saith he is fully convinced in his conscience that noe subiect of the



Kiddorp Street, Antwerpen (alt. Kid dorp; Kipdorp)

Antwerpen city centre, 2016, Google Map

Triomfpoort opgericht in de Kipdorp bij de Sint-Jacobskerk, 1685, Gaspar Bouttats, 1685
ets, h 172mm × b 138mm. Meer objectgegevens[1]

Book published: "Antwerpen, By Joseph Jacops, in het Kiddorp op den hoeck vande Padde-gracht"[2]

"WILLEMSENS, Wed. van Joris. Zij was nog werkzaam in 1703 en woonde op dit tijdstip in het (Kip) Kiddorp, over den Jesuiten Toren, In St. Ignotius. Op een ander werk vinden wij vermeld, achter den Jesuiten Toren, ook by den Jesuiten Toren, in St. Ignatius."[3]

Silver Ship lader and Antwerp merchant Edward Peters (b.ca.1612, d. ca.1678) lived on the Kiddorp/Kitdorp/Kipdorp in Amsterdam. George Boschaert, another Antwerp merchant, stated he "hath personally knowne him with his family in the Kitdorp in Antwerp and formerly in Antwerp and Dover"[4]

Michiel Peeters, the younger son of the Antwerp merchant Eduard Peeters and of Anna Goyvaertsen van de Graef, is shown as "Décédé le 14 mars 1729", with the note "Ridder, wonende in het huis "De Sikkel" op het Kipdorp te Antwerpen (1714)". He is shown as "Marié en 1683 avec Maria Josepha VAN EELEN †ca 1702", with whom he had five children.[5] The genealogical record of Michiel Peeters draws heavily on the familie-archief Peeters d'Aertselaer. The marriage contract between Michiel Peeters and Maria Josepha van Eelen was dated February 10th 1683 witnessed by Michiel Peeters' maternal uncle (Adriaen Goijvaertsen vanden Graeff), who is described as "bouwmeester van Antwerpen" and "Jan van Eelen" wiho is descibed as "Ridder" (Item: P.3/41.0.0)

"Brief aan Michiel Peeters wonende op het Kipdorp te Antwerpen vanwege baron d'Erquelberghe. Een intacte rode lakzegel siert de brief. Brief nog te vertalen (Franse tekst)"[6]
  1. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: Triomfpoort opgericht in de Kipdorp bij de Sint-Jacobskerk, 1685, Gaspar Bouttats, 1685
  2. Het seldsamen-heylich leven van den H. Hermannus Joseph" (Antwerpen, 1676)
  3. Frans Olthoff, De boekdrukkers, boekverkoopers en uitgevers in Antwerpen (Antwerpen, 1891), p.115
  4. HCA 13/69 Silver 15 f.7r
  5. Généalogie de Johan van LOOY: Michiel PEETERS
  6. Heemkundige Kring Jan Vleminck: Inventaris: P.3/28.0.0; Date: 03/11/1719