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Geldersche BlomGELDERSCHE BLOM (captain Symen Claesen, owned by Wouter van Twiller and Guilliaem Momma), left Texel Dec. 25th 1656, arrived in New Amsterdam about March 19th 1657 with 11 colonists for Nieuwer-Amstel.
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Robbrecht Roelants Berlyn, born in Bergen op Zoom
This joint venture was registrated on 23 november 1656. Source: Notary archives of the city archives of Rotterdam
Robbrecht Roelants Berlyn, geboortig uit Bergen op Zoom; Willem Abrahamsz van der Borde; en Abraham Jansz van der Heul, uit 't Zuidland sluiten een overeenkomst voor gezamenlijke uitoefening van hun ambacht van huistimmerman in Nieuw Nederland. De goederen die ze mee zullen nemen zullen ze voor eigen winst aldaar verkopen. Inkomsten van hun ambacht zullen gemeenschappelijk zijn (elk 1/3e); uitgaven in geval van ziekte etc. zullen gezamenlijk gedragen worden. Ze zullen met het schip "de Geldersche Blom" van schipper Symen Claesz, vertrekken
Translation: Robbrecht Roelants Berlyn, born in Bergen op Zoom; Willem Abrahamsz van der Borde; en Abraham Jansz van der Heul, from 't Zuidland are closing an agreement for for a joint venture of house-carpentry in New Netherlands. The goods they will carry with them shall be sold for their own profit there. Gainings from their trade shall be for all (each one third) . Expenditures in case of sickness etc. shall be for all. They will leave with the ship "De Geldersche Blom" under skipper Symen Claesz.
Date: November 23rd, 1656. Notary: Bartholomeus Roose.
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