- Who knows anything about the name Gulje (with or without accent) in
Noord-Brabant. All I know is that Joanna Petronella Gulje ws married to
Jan Maes in Helmond on 10-5-1778. Witnesses to her children include a
Petrus Franciscus Gulje and a Wilhelmus Franciscus Gulje but no where is
Joanna mentioned with a patronymic. She does not name any of her children
Franciscus but she does have two children with the name Adam. She is said
to be from Valkensweert (Valkenswaard?). Valkenswaard records do not show
any Gulje. Is there a Valkensweert further south? Any help would be
appreciated. Thanks. Tony
- Hello Anthony
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Van: Anthony Hofstee <ahofstee@...>
Aan: Noord-Brabant Genealogy <Noord-Brabant_Genealogy@yahoogroups.com>
Verzonden: maandag 9 september 2002 18:20
Onderwerp: [Noord-Brabant_Genealogy] Gulje
> Who knows anything about the name Gulje (with or without accent) inSee: Nederlands Patriciaat 1928, page 72 - 73.
> Noord-Brabant. All I know is that Joanna Petronella Gulje ws married to
> Jan Maes in Helmond on 10-5-1778. Witnesses to her children include a
> Petrus Franciscus Gulje and a Wilhelmus Franciscus Gulje but no where is
> Joanna mentioned with a patronymic. She does not name any of her children
> Franciscus but she does have two children with the name Adam. She is said
> to be from Valkensweert (Valkenswaard?). Valkenswaard records do not show
> any Gulje. Is there a Valkensweert further south? Any help would be
> appreciated. Thanks. Tony
The first name was:
Dr. Adam Guhlen, born probably in Aken, but that is probably not true. The
name is also spelled as Guhlen, Guelen, Guilie, Guhle, Ghule, Gullie. The
family was Roman Catholic.
He was a medical doctor at Valkenswaard, settled round 1760 in Helmond, He
died in Helmond 25-05-1764 and was buried there 28-05-1764.
He was married at Valkenswaard 04-06-1741 with Wilhelma van der Putten, born
probably at Mierlo and died at Helmond about 1770.
They had seven children, all born at Valkenswaard.
1. Henricus Theodorus, born 30-09-1742, buried Helmond 27-12-1762
2. Adrianus Franciscus, born 29-10-1744, buried Valkenswaard 26-05-1747
3. Maria Helena, born 29-10-1744, buried 11-08-1752
4. Petrus Franciscus, see further on
5. Maria Catharina, born 11-12-1751
6. Maria Elisabeth, born 29-07-1754, buried Helmond 25-07-1763
7. Joanna Petronella, born 24-12-1756, buried Helmond 31-01-1793.
She (Johanna Petronella) married Helmond 10-05-1778 with
Jan Maes, born Helmond 09-08-1754, died Helmond 06-11-1836
son of Petrus Maes and Jacoba van Oeckel.
Petrus Franciscus, above mentioned, was mayor of Helmond 1786-1787 and he
was representative during the French occupation.
He was born Valkenswaard 21-04-1749 and buried Helmond 29-07-1810.
He was married Rosmalen (near 's Hertogenbosch) 28-01-1772 with Johanna
Maria Coolen, born 's Hertogenbosch (Bois le Duc) 17-07-1739 and died in
Oirschot 17-05-1817. She was a daughter of Wilhelmus and Eilisabeth Theodora
They had three children.
1. Adam Theodorus, born Helmond 12-11-1772, buried Helmond 11-12-1772
2. Willem Franciscus, born Helmond 11-03-1777, see further on
3. Adam Hendrik, born Helmond 10-03-1779, see further on
Willem Franciscus Gulje, medical doctor at Oirschot, Seigneur at Asten and
Dommelen, lawyer at Oirschot. He was born Helmond 11-03-1777, died Oirschot
02-02-1856. He married Oirschot 20-12-1810 Jacoba Antonia van Baar, born
Sint Oedenrode 29-09-1787, died Oirschot 03-07-1858.
They had 5 children
Adam Hendrik Gulje, gouvernor (?) in the West Indies (Surinam). Born Helmond
10-03-1779, died Paramaribo, Surinam 30-07-1828. He married Breda 02-12-1799
Maria Anna van der Pluijm, born Breda 25-02-1778, died Breda 05-08-1860.
They had 8 children.
- Frans, many thanks. I certainly appreciate the help I get from the people
in the Netherlands (and elsewhere). Once again thanks. Tony
At 07:19 PM 09/09/2002 +0200, you wrote:
>See: Nederlands Patriciaat 1928, page 72 - 73.snip
- Thanks to all who helped out with the name Gulje and all its variants
(including Guhlen). It has helped me go back (in time) again. Thanks. Tony