Ids Pieters1600

Name
Ids Pieters
Birth 1600
Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Baptism March 29, 1629 (Age 29)
Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

MarriageAntje CoertsView family
March 29, 1629 (Age 29)
Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Occupation
Farmer

Religion
Baptized into the Dutch Reformed Church
March 29, 1629 (Age 29)

Birth of a son
#1
Pieter Idzes
after 1629 (Age 29)
Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Marriage of a childPieter IdzesAntje LieuwesView family
Type: Religious marriage
about 1662 (Age 62)
Hitzum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Birth of a granddaughter
#1
Bauck
1663 (Age 63)
Hitzum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Baptism of a grandsonIds Pieters
June 18, 1665 (Age 65)
Lutkewierum, Littenseradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Birth of a grandson
#2
Jarich
1666 (Age 66)
Lutkewierum, Littenseradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Birth of a granddaughter
#3
Aaf
1667 (Age 67)
Lutkewierum, Littenseradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Birth of a grandson
#4
Coert
1671 (Age 71)
Hitzum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Birth of a granddaughter
#5
Antje
1673 (Age 73)
Hitzum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Birth of a granddaughter
#6
Bauck
1681 (Age 81)
Hitzum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Marriage of a grandchildIds PietersSjouck JansView family
May 25, 1690 (Age 90)
Menaldum, Menaldumadeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Death of a sonPieter Idzes
between 1686 and 1698 (Age 86)
Menaldum, Menaldumadeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Marriage of a grandchildAedse SipkesBauckView family
1706 (Age 106)
Menaldum, Menaldumadeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Family with Antje Coerts - View family
Ids Pieters
Birth: 1600Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands
wife
Antje Coerts
Birth:   — Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands
 
Marriage: March 29, 1629Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands
9 months
son
Pieter Idzes
Birth: after 1629 29Pietersbierum, Franekeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands
Death: between 1686 and 1698Menaldum, Menaldumadeel, Friesland, Netherlands

 
Shared note
The registry kept by the Reformed Church of Sexbierum hold the following information: In the year 1629, on March 15, Ids Pieters and Antje Coerts have had their last proclamation, on March 29 they have been officially married and baptized at Pietersbierum. The fore mentioned marriage contract from 1629 shows that Ids Pieters and Antje Coerts were Baptists and only entered the Dutch Reformed Church upon marriage. The contract also shows they used their father's name as did the vast majority of the Frisian population. Ids named himself Ids Pieters (son of Pieter) and Antje named herself Antje Coerts (daughter of Coert). Only after the creation of the registry office in 1811, everyone had to have a family name registered within a year. After their marriage, Ids and Antje lived in Pietersbierum. This is shown by a notarial deed from 1639 at Barradeel. The same deed shows that both spouses had lent the amount of 100 Dutch guilders from the ferryman Aesge Pouwels.
Ids Pieters and Antje Coerts

Christiaan van Vuure says: The register kept by the Reformed Church of Sexbierum holds the following information: In the year 1629, on March 15, Ids Pieters and Antje Coerts have had their last proclamation, on March 29 they have been officially married and baptized at Pietersbierum.

The villages of Sexbierum and Pietersbierum are located in the Dutch province of Friesland, in Barradeel. This is a municipality on the North sea, north of the magnificent old town of Franeker. The Idzenga family has lived for 250 years in this rural area, initially practising mixed farming and later as crop farmers and shopkeepers.

The fore mentioned marriage contract from 1629 shows that Ids Pieters and Antje Coerts were Baptists and only entered the Dutch Reformed Church upon marriage. The contract also shows they used their father's name as did the vast majority of the Frisian population. Ids named himself Ids Pieters (son of Pieter) and Antje named herself Antje Coerts (daughter of Coert). Only after the creation of the registry office in 1811, everyone had to have a family name registered within a year. Thus the name of Idsinga was created of which the later Idzenga was a corruption.

After their marriage Ids and Antje lived in Pietersbierum. This is shown by a notarial deed from 1639 at Barradeel. The same deed shows that both spouses had lent the amount of 100 Dutch guilders from the ferryman Aesge Pouwels.