The inheritance of the Stoffer Berents on January 24, 1787.
Aaltje Derks, widow of Stoffer Beerents,
Albert Stoffers, their son, and wife Aaltje Hemmes.
Division of properties:
To widow and mother Aaltje Derks (Appearer 1):
- The house with all the (im)movables, appraised at 800 guilders.
- A loan, chargeable to Jan Schut and wife in Heveskes of 600 guilders (extra with 3 months interest at 5 guilders).
- An debenture chargeable to Jan Pieters from the town Weiwert of 200 guilders (extra with 3 months interest at 10 guilders).
- Dito chargeable to Duirt Garmts (= half-brother of Albert Stoffers!) of 100 guilders (extra with 3 months interest at 5 guilders).
- Dito chargeable to the widow of Gerrit Pieters from the town Spijk of 400 guilders (plus 17 guilders and 10 stivers interest).
- Dito chargeable to Lijsabeth Klazen and son of 500 guilders (plus 5 guilders interest).
- Dito chargeable to Meerten Jacobs and wife of 200 guilders (plus 2 guilders interest).
- In cash from Albert Stoffers: 35 guilders, 11 stivers and 5 doits.
- Together: 2780 guilders and 5 doits.
- To Albert Stoffers and wife Aaltje Hemmes (Appearers 2):
- A "verzegelinge" (=loan?) to Albert Stoffers himself of 3000 guilders with 25 guilders extra interest.
- The property of the "Halfscheid" 50%) of 52 "grazen" land, situated in (*the village) Jukwerd, appraised at 1600 guilders, with extra 3 months land rent of 65 guilders.
- The property of 6 "grazen" land in (the village) Marsum, appraised on 210 guilders, plus an (1¼ year) interest of 16 guilders.
- An debenture chargeable to the Mayor L. Tonkens of 700 guilders plus extra 7 guilders interest.
- Dito chargeable to Obbe Tjallinge of 75 guilders with extra 3 guilders and 15 stivers interest
- Together, after deduction of 35 guilders, 11 stivers and 5 doits, 5565 guilders, 4 stivers and 3 doits. Which Appearer 2 (Albert Stoffers) has to pay to Appearer 1 (his step-mother Aaltje Derks).
In mutual property stays:
- A "verzegelinge" (=loan?) chargeable to the Saint Anthony Gasthuis in Appingedam of 400 guilders.
- Dito chargeable to Cornellus Hylkes of 200 guilders.
- Dito chargeable to Claes Roelfs of 100 guilders.
- A house, situated in Uitwierda, appraised at 230 guilders and 10 stivers.
- Loaned coins in Marsum of 60 guilders.
- Together 979 guilders and 10 stivers.
Made in Appingedam by Judge Henricus Johannes Wieringa on January 24,1787.
Translated and summarized: Albert Geurink. Date: Friday, November 12, 2004.
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