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MULERIUS Petrus

Mannelijk 1599 - 1647


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Generatie: 1

  1. 1.  MULERIUS Petrus werd geboren 11 mrt 1599, Harlingen (zoon van MULERIUS Nicolaus en SIX Christina); overleden 14 feb 1647, Groningen; was begraven 20 feb 1647, Groningen.

    Aantekeningen:

    Zijn grafsteen is ook overgebracht naar de kelder van het Academiegebouw. In 1614 ingeschreven bij de Latijnse school van Dr. Ubbo Emmius, daarna als student theologie aan de Groninse Universiteit. Veranderde in 1620 van studierichting: medicijnen. Als student medicijnen in 1622 ingeschreven te Leiden en in 1622 idem aan de universiteit van Montpellier. Promotie: Doctor in de botanie Univ. van Valence 1624
    In 1625 naar Amsterdam. In 1628 Hoogleraar in de physica en Botanie aan de Univ. van Groningen. 1645 Bewindsman WIC.

    Petrus getrouwd BETH Magtilda 15 jun 1626, Amsterdam. Magtilda (dochter van BETH Gielis Jansz en VAN DEN BOSCH Neeltje Willems) werd geboren 8 okt 1591, Amsterdam; overleden 16 mei 1645, Groningen. [Gezinsblad]

    Kinderen:
    1. MULERIUS Nicolaas werd geboren 14 feb 1631, Groningen; gedoopt 23 feb 1631, Groningen; overleden 17 jan 1692, Harderwijk; was begraven 22 jan 1692, Harderwijk.

Generatie: 2

  1. 2.  MULERIUS Nicolaus gedoopt 25 dec 1565, Brugge (B) (zoon van DES MULIERS Pierre en LE VETTRE Claudina); overleden 5 sep 1630, Groningen; was begraven 11 sep 1630, Groningen.

    Aantekeningen:

    Gepromoveerd in de Mathematica en in de Geneeskunde. Was Stadsgeneesmeester te Amsterdam en Harlingen. In 1608 wonende te Groningen, alwaar, als de Universiteit in 1614 gesticht is, toegetreden tot de Hoogleraren. In 1620 en 1627 Rector Magnificus, steeds voor een jaar. In 1626 reeds bibliothecaris. Prof. Dr. Ubbo Emmius was een boezemvriend. Ook bewindvoerder geweest van de Groningse Kamer van de West Indische Compagnie (W.I.C).

    Nicolaus Mulerius. (XXVII, bl. 113). Omtrent hem, zijn lotgevallen
    en zijn studi├źn is uitvoerig, met verwijzing naar de bronnen,
    gehandeld in de Doopsgezinde Bijdragen voor 1875, bl. 28 en
    verv. Daaruit blijkt dat zijne ouders waren Pierson des Muliers
    en Claudine le Vettre. Zijne moeder stierf in 1568 den marteldood
    te Iperen. Van zijne half-zusters Maria en Martha huwde Martha
    met Dirk Volkerts Seylemaker, die later onder den naam van
    Theodorus Velius als schrijver der Kroniek van Hoorn beroemd werd.
    C ONSTAEITER.
    uit: de Navorscher



    Nicolaus getrouwd SIX Christina 17 nov 1589, Amsterdam. Christina (dochter van SIX Charles en DE LATTRE Alexa (Alix)) gedoopt 23 nov 1566, St. Omer; overleden 16 nov 1645, Amsterdam. [Gezinsblad]


  2. 3.  SIX Christina gedoopt 23 nov 1566, St. Omer (dochter van SIX Charles en DE LATTRE Alexa (Alix)); overleden 16 nov 1645, Amsterdam.
    Kinderen:
    1. 1. MULERIUS Petrus werd geboren 11 mrt 1599, Harlingen; overleden 14 feb 1647, Groningen; was begraven 20 feb 1647, Groningen.


Generatie: 3

  1. 4.  DES MULIERS Pierre werd geboren ca. 1530, Rijssel (zoon van DES MULIERS Nicolas en Casinne); overleden 1591, Leiden.

    Aantekeningen:

    hervormd ! predikant
    Ook wel genoemd Piersom

    Pierre getrouwd LE VETTRE Claudina ca. 1564. Claudina werd geboren ca. 1540; overleden 1568, Yperen. [Gezinsblad]


  2. 5.  LE VETTRE Claudina werd geboren ca. 1540; overleden 1568, Yperen.

    Aantekeningen:

    CLAUDINE LE VETTRE, AND WITH HER A BROTHER, A. D. 1568
    Meenen is a beautiful little town in Flanders, three leagues from Rijssel, on the road to Bruges, built on the edge of the Leye. In this town there lived a God-fearing man, Piersom des Muliers, with his wife Claudine le Vettre, who through the preaching of Leenaert Bouwens, and by reading and studying the Word of God, were turned from papal idolatry. Learning of this, Titelmannus, Dean of Ronse, and inquisitor of the faith, came thither with bailiffs, thinking to apprehend the aforesaid Piersom in his house. But a pious man of the council of Meenen had-warned Piersom to flee from the inquisitor, which he did, betaking himself into a certain piece of woods not far from his house. But his wife Claudine being engaged with her four little children (one of whom is still living), tarried a little too long, and had just left the house, with a child on the arm, when the bailiffs entered, who tumultuously asked the children and the neighbors where the husband was; and when they could not learn it they prepared to leave. Perceiving this, one of the neighbors, kindled with an evil and perverse zeal, said, "Men, there goes the wife with a child on her arm." They therefore forthwith caught her, and delivered her into the hands of the aforesaid inquisitor. This happened in the year 1567, a few months before the Duke of Alva's arrival in the Netherlands. She was taken from Meenen to Ypres, where many lay in prison for the faith that is because they could not understand that there was another Mediator and Saviour than Jesus Christ alone, who was offered up for our sins on the tree of the cross (I Tim. 2:5; Rom. 4:25); and could not believe that God had any pleasure in images of wood and stone, or silver and gold, but believed rather that such worship was prohibited in the Word of God (Ex. 20:4; Deuteronomy 4:16). And because they also did not believe that dead men can hear our prayers and help us; but much rather that we are to call upon no one but God alone, who alone is the discerner of our hearts and thoughts, and knows what we shall pray,for, even before we have poured out our prayer; who exclaimed with a loud voice, "Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest," etc.;"to whom all the prophets and apostles point us, and not to one of the departed saints." Matt. 4:10; Rev. 2:13; Heb. 4:12; Matt. 6:8; Rom. 8:26; Matt. 11:28; Acts 10:43; 4:12; Jeremiah 23:5; 33:15.
    All who held such faith were by Titelmannus declared heretics, and delivered to the secular authorities, to be dealt with according to the decrees, namely, the men to be burnt alive, and the women to be buried alive. This severe death greatly terrified some, so that many apostatized, in order to save their lives. For at one time a large number broke out of prison and escaped, so that Claudine also could have made her escape, but she would not leave her child; so also a pious brother, who remained with her in prison unto the end, and would not leave her, dying with her for the truth, at said place. But Claudine did not apostatize, notwithstanding manifold assaults, continuing one year, but remained steadfast in the faith, refuting, from the word of God, all that the priests and monks were able to bring forward against her, as appeared from divers letters which she wrote to her husband from prison.* Finally, when they could not prevail upon her, they endeavored to move her by her maternal love for her infant, which hitherto had been nourished at its mother's breast in prison. The child therefore was taken from her and put out to a wet nurse, which was the greatest affliction she suffered during her imprisonment, and on account of which she wept many a tear, constantly praying God for power and strength against such temptation and assault of the flesh, in order that she might not fall, even as many of her fellow believers fell in her presence. God Almighty heard her prayer, for the Duke of Alva, having in the meantime entered the country, and commanded to clear all prisons from heretics, she also was crowned with the crown of the godly, without Ypres, A. D. 1568; and with her a brother, who was also burnt for the truth, at said place.
    Her husband, Piersom, often said of his aforesaid wife that it was astonishing how well she was versed in the Scriptures. For whenever he could not find a passage, he would ask his wife Claudine, who would at once clearly indicate to him what he sought. t
    It is understood that the child which was taken from her in prison was from that time on seen no more, without the father and the friends ever knowing what became of it.
    Piersom had formerly lived with his wife Claudine, in Bruges, where the same thing had happened to him, namely, that he with his wife escaped from the inquisitor, through the friendly warning of a councilor of the city. However he had to leave beh'nd everything he had, as was also the case at Meenen. But the pious man of Meenen who had warned him, concealed Piersom's books and part of his household goods, and saw that they were again taken to the place where the books belonged. But

    * Respecting said letters it has not been possible for us to obtain any of them.
    ** Piersom was a teacher [minister] of the church of God called Mennists.
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    the bad neighbor, who had betrayed Claudine, fell into such detestation with the town's people that he had to leave the place, after the rabble of the town had demolished and ruined his shop, calling after him, Judas! Judas, the traitor I
    Meenen was at that time an open city, without walls and gates, and hence Titelmannus did not dare trust his prisoners there: it would have gone with them as it did in another small town of 1, landers, where on a set day the peasants came in great numbers, broke open the prison, and liberated about four hundred persons who had been imprisoned for the same cause.
    The friends had Piersom's children baptized by the pastor of Meenen, as Margriete, the oldest of the children, who subsequently died, at the age of sixteen, in Calais, was wont to relate.
    The remainder were three sons, named Pieter, Nicolaes and Jan, the last mentioned being the infant which was nourished at the mother's breasts in prison. Pieter died during his mother's imprisonment.
    Piersom subsequently married a woman by the name of Peronne Hennebo, who died at Leyden, A. D. 1589, leaving two daughters, Maria and Martha, both born at Hoorn. This Martha was the wife of Doctor Dirk Volkertsz Velius, who wrote the Chronicles of Hoorn, and the mother of Pieter Velius of Hoorn.
    Piersom's third wife was Habeau de la Motte, mother of Margriete des Muliers, who resided at Gonda.
    Piersom fell asleep in the Lord in Leyden, in the year 1591, leaving a son by his first wife Claudine, two daughters by his second wife Peronne, and a daughter by his last wife, as already said.
    Claudine was beautiful of person, and a good singer, so that she moved the bystanders by her singing. Especially on the last day of her life, people stood before the prison, to hear her sing with a joyful heart, when death was announced to her. One who related it to me had heard her sing with a clear, strong voice the 27th psalm of David
    Le Seigneur est la clarte qui m'addresse
    And the people firmly believed that if they had not gagged her when they brought her to the place of execution, she would have departed life singing and praising God.
    This account we received from D. N. M., the son of Piersom and Claudine, by the help of D. D. V., Claudine's brother-in-law.

    FURTHER ACCOUNT OF THE AFORESAID CLAUDINE LE VETTRE
    The descendants of Piersom, the husband of Claudine le Vettre, claimed to have received, by way of tradition, that this Piersom at the time of the imprisonment of his afore-mentioned wife betook himself to a miller who lived in or near his mill, which stood close under the walls of Ypres, in order to be able there daily to get tidings from his beloved wife, which, gleaned from street rumors were brought to him by the miller's wife, as often as she returned from town, though without knowing that it was his wife, or that he was an Anabaptist.
    She judged Claudine not to be in her right mind because she had allowed herself to be rebaptized, and let so many sufferings be inflicted upon her on this account, and would rather die, than do what the priests said. This every time pierced Piersom's heart like a dagger, and ofter compelled him to step aside to give vent to the deep feelings of his heart.
    The day when Claudine was to be offered up, the miller's wife, desirous of seeing her b Ing executed, asked Piersom whether he did not wi;h to go along and behold the scene, which he declined, requesting her kindly to pay strict attention to everything, in order to give him an account of it afterwards. When she returned home she related to Piersom how valiantly and undauntedly Claudine went to death, what she said, and how she conducted herself; everything, however, with the idea, that Claudine had not acted rationally. Thereupon Piersom, having warmed up, took heart and discovered himself to the miller and his wife, saying that he was of the same belief, and that the one put to death was his beloved and very rational wife, and upon what foundations of truth they founded their doctrine and life. This so deeply affected the miller and his wife, that they also resolved to amend their life. They were baptized upon their faith, and shortly after sealed the truth with their blood.

    Kinderen:
    1. DES MULIERS Margeriete overleden Calais.
    2. DES MULIERS Pieter overleden ca. 1569.
    3. DES MULIERS Jan overleden 1568, Ieperen.
    4. 2. MULERIUS Nicolaus gedoopt 25 dec 1565, Brugge (B); overleden 5 sep 1630, Groningen; was begraven 11 sep 1630, Groningen.

  3. 6.  SIX Charles werd geboren 1540, St. Omer (zoon van SIX Guillaume en GEMART Jacqueline); overleden 25 sep 1595, Amsterdam; was begraven 27 sep 1595, Amsterdam.

    Aantekeningen:

    Grootkoopman. Stamvader van alle leden fam Six.
    komt in 1586 naar Amsterdam, Lakenverver

    Charles getrouwd DE LATTRE Alexa (Alix) 1565, St. Omer. Alexa (dochter van DE LATTRE Jacques en DE CAULIN Jeanne) werd geboren ca. 1539, St. Omer; overleden 23 jul 1602, Amsterdam. [Gezinsblad]


  4. 7.  DE LATTRE Alexa (Alix) werd geboren ca. 1539, St. Omer (dochter van DE LATTRE Jacques en DE CAULIN Jeanne); overleden 23 jul 1602, Amsterdam.
    Kinderen:
    1. SIX Guillaume overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.
    2. 3. SIX Christina gedoopt 23 nov 1566, St. Omer; overleden 16 nov 1645, Amsterdam.
    3. SIX Jean werd geboren 1575; overleden 13 nov 1617, Amsterdam.


Generatie: 4

  1. 8.  DES MULIERS Nicolas (zoon van DES MULIERS Jean); overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.

    Nicolas — Casinne. Casinne overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend. [Gezinsblad]


  2. 9.  Casinne overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.
    Kinderen:
    1. 4. DES MULIERS Pierre werd geboren ca. 1530, Rijssel; overleden 1591, Leiden.

  3. 12.  SIX Guillaume werd geboren ca. 1505, Armentieres (zoon van SIX Jean en LE LEU DE BANTOUZAL Jeanette); overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.

    Guillaume getrouwd GEMART Jacqueline ca. 1539. Jacqueline werd geboren ca. 1509, St. Omer; overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend. [Gezinsblad]


  4. 13.  GEMART Jacqueline werd geboren ca. 1509, St. Omer; overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.
    Kinderen:
    1. 6. SIX Charles werd geboren 1540, St. Omer; overleden 25 sep 1595, Amsterdam; was begraven 27 sep 1595, Amsterdam.

  5. 14.  DE LATTRE Jacques werd geboren ca. 1513, St. Omer; overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.

    Jacques — DE CAULIN Jeanne. Jeanne werd geboren ca. 1517, St. Omer; overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend. [Gezinsblad]


  6. 15.  DE CAULIN Jeanne werd geboren ca. 1517, St. Omer; overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.
    Kinderen:
    1. 7. DE LATTRE Alexa (Alix) werd geboren ca. 1539, St. Omer; overleden 23 jul 1602, Amsterdam.


Generatie: 5

  1. 16.  DES MULIERS Jean (zoon van DES MULIERS Mathieu); overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.
    Kinderen:
    1. 8. DES MULIERS Nicolas overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.

  2. 24.  SIX Jean (zoon van SIX Guillaume en LE FUZELIER Maria); overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.

    Jean — LE LEU DE BANTOUZAL Jeanette. Jeanette overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend. [Gezinsblad]


  3. 25.  LE LEU DE BANTOUZAL Jeanette overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.
    Kinderen:
    1. 12. SIX Guillaume werd geboren ca. 1505, Armentieres; overleden Ja, datum echter onbekend.