For younger generations of ancestors who are descended from this family:
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The Roos family were probably originally from around Dordrecht, (see map), although they were not "poorters" of the city.
? Roos (?-?)
(See 10 generations back)
(2 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,195 %)
* 1610? x ? (around 1630) + ?
Aert Roos (1610?-?)
(See 9 generations back)
(2 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,39 %)
* ? x Anneke Warnaards Schouwen (Dordrecht 7-10-1663) + ?
Steven Aerdtsen Roos
* ? x Jannichge Jans van Kannebeeck (Dordrecht 1673) + ?
Leendert Roos (?-?)
and Anneke Warnaards Schouwen (?-?)
(See 8 generations back)
1. Machteldge Roos
* 29-9-1664 + ? (28-4-1745?)
2. Hendrixe Roos
* 15-11-1666 + ? (before 1672?)
3. Aartje Roos
* 2-5-1668 + ?
4. Aert Roos
* 14-9-1670 x I. Heijltje Helma Manne (5-11-1692) II. Maria van Kieboom + ?
5. Hendrikje Roos
* 6-11-1672 + ?
6. Warner (Warnardus) Roos
(2 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,78 %)
* 16-1-1657 (Dordrecht) x I. Margrita van Duinen (Dordrecht 20-7-1698) II. Jenneke van As (Dalem 5-2-1708) + 4-9-1722
At the age of 51, Warnardus married Jenneke van As, his second wife. They lived in Dordrecht "over de Nieubrug". His funeral was not "bovenordinair" according to the accounts, but a hearse was used.
7. Dirck Roos
* 11-12-1676 + ?
Warnardus Roos (1657-?)
and Jenneke van As (?-?)
(See 7 generations back)
1. Jan Roos
* 5-7-1709 + ?
2. Dirk Roos
* 17-12-1710 + ?
3. Cornelia Roos
* 12-2-1714 x Gerrit van Hoogstraten (11-8-1735) + 15-3-1787
Cornelia and Gerrit had four sons, but only one of them, Jacob Staatzoon van Hoogstraten, survived and married Appolonia van Eijsden. This couple had no children, and their considerable inheritance ended up with the children of Anna Roos and Philippus Verhagen.
4. Anna Roos
* 12-10-1715 + ? (before 22-9-1720)
5. Anna Roos
(2 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 1,56 %)
* 22-9-1720 (Dordrecht) x Philippus Verhagen (Andel 22-8-1738) + 9-9-1780 (Veen)
Anna's will, made in 1738 at the time of her marriage, can be seen in the archives in Heusden. She survived her husband five years, and at the time of her own death in 1780 she owned much land (orchards, meadows, agricultural land), stocks and bonds, as well as four houses: a 17th century inn called "De Voetboog" in Veen, where she lived; "Den Valk" (also in Veen); "Alm Engvliet" in Giessen, and "Het Groothuys" in Andel. Her eleven surviving children drew lots for parts of her legacy.
For her descendants see the page on the Verhagen family.
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