Nº 2949, 2964 & 2969
Today, the sixth of December, eighteen hundred seventy-seven, at eleven o’clock in the morning in lodging-house “De Klok” in Winterswijk, I, Johan Balthazar Dericks, Notary, located in Winterswijk, province of Gelderland, in the presence of witnesses, proceeded to state the starting price of the hereafter described real estates, and to state what will take place at the second and final auction fourteen days from today on the twentieth of this month. This auction is being held at the request and in the presence of the following persons:
1st: Mister Hendrik Goossens stone factory owner living in Meddeho, district of Winterswijk, in his capacity as:
- a. authorized representative of Mister Barend Jan Goossens, master of science in philosophy, living in Leiden and such in accordance with private power of attorney dated Winterswijk the thirtieth of August of this year on which the following account of registration is stated: “Registered in Groenlo the fifteenth of September 1877 part 37, folio 113, recto, section 1. One page no renvooi Received for taxes f. 0,80 for 38 surcharges f. 030 5 together one guilder ten and a half cent. The Collector (signed) “Huiskes” being this mandate attached to a record of second auction drawn up and signed for me Notary the thirteenth of September of this year; and
- b. authorized representative of Mister Albertus Theodorus Goossens, medical practitioner, surgeon and obstetrician living in Steenderen, as guardian of:
— a. the minor Jan Willem Johannes Theodorus and Maria Gesina Goossens, born out of the marriage of the now late Mister Steven Jan Goossens and Miss Salomina Alberta Hijink; and
— b. the minor Johanna Goossens born out of the marriage of the now late husband and wife Mister Steven Jan Goossens and Miss Wilhelmina Aleida Coster, being this mandate handed out by private mandate dated Steenderen the last thirteenth of October and which has been attached to a deed drawn up in front of me, Notary, on the eighteenth of the same month, while the mandate is provided with the next account of registration “Registered in Groenlo the twentieth of October 1877, part 37, folio 123 verso, section 4. “One page a renvooi. Received for “duty f 0,80 for 38 surcharges f 0,30 together “one guilder ten and a half cent. The, “Collector signed Huiskes
2nd: Mister Jan Esselink, landowner at Vriezenhuis in Woold, district of Winterswijk, in his capacity of supervising guardian over the three aforementioned minors.
3rd: Mister Christiaan Tieleman Coster, manufacturer living in Winterswijk, in his capacity of supervising guardian over the latter mentioned minor.
To this sale has been given authorization in favor of the minors mentioned by the district court in Zutphen by its judgment on the fifteenth of November of this year. The auction will take place under the following conditions:
Article Five: What has to be auctioned is after the surcharge, at the expense and risk of the buyers, who accept it with all fun and trouble, rights and duties, right of exits and crossings, without exception, known or unknown, being expressly stipulated for by the sellers, buyers buy on own assets and liabilities, and more specifically with regard to the size, without further ado, without them being obliged to any indemnification how it may named;
Article Six: Buyers will accept the goods for auction in the following way, as there are:
a. the house next to the Mennonites parsonate with garden at the rear and large outside garden, the pasture at the Sellenkamp, pasture near to Melatenhuis, the parcels in the Balinkveld, at the Bredevoordschen gravel road, at the goordijk and at the Bocholtschen dijk immediately;
b. the tienden the first of January eighteen- hundred nine and seventy
c. the remaining parcels, which are leased out can be cancelled of tenancy after giving notice to the tenants and can be taken in own use. The buyers with this regard step by subrogation into all rights and obligations of the sellers as landlords which they are supposed to know whereas the revenues of the outside garden at the Balinkesch till twenty two February, the house on the Lappenbrink and the Churchseats till one May and the remaining till the eleventh of November, all of the next year are still for the benefit of the sellers;
Article 9. The pennies of purchase will have to be paid, regardless of circumstances, into the hands of sellers or their authorized representatives at the office of the notary who is handling this auction, in large Dutch money at the next first of May.
What has to be sold at auction consists of the following masses and parcels:
Parcel Twenty Three: The building Fokkink in Kotten above-mentioned, at the ground numbered one, land registered in city of Winterswijk section D. numbers 1252, 1251, 1250, 1249, 1248, 1247, 1246, 1240, 1241, 1186, 1245, 1243, 1244, 1378, 1219, 1220, 2954, 2854, 4315, 3418, southern part of 1253 and 3524, eastern part of 1231, 2955, 2956, 4316 and 4643 and southwestern part of 2853 together as large as circa ten hectares, eight ares, five centiares. This parcel is burdened with an annual payment of a hectoliter rye and a half hectoliter oats together with two guilders eighty eight cents falling due the second of February in behalf of Tenkink cum suis and ten liters of rye in behalf of Tenkink, that will be collected between Christmas and New Year. Aforementioned part of number 2853 is made responsible for grade crossing in behalf of the other part of this number of the next parcel.
Parcel Twenty Seven: A parcel of farmland, pasture and forest land den Holtkamp numbered at the ground as five. land register city of Winterswijk Section D. numbers 1222, 1223, 2857, 2858, 4319, 4320, 4321, and western part of 4643 together as large as circa four hectares, sixty ares, forty centiares. Aforementioned numbers 4319 and 4320 are made responsible for grade-crossing in behalf of number 4316 of the same section.
Parcel Twenty Three. Bidding started by Derk Willem te Selle, farmer at Fokkink aforementioned, at three thousand five hundred ninety five guilders.
Parcel Twenty seven. Bidding started by Jan Albert Verink aforementioned at thousand guilders.
The appearers are known to me, Notary. This [transaction] was done in accordance with the time and place stated, in the presence of the two witnesses known to me, Notary: Berend Hendrik Nijenhuis, messenger (postman) and Derk Hesselink, Candidate-Notary, both living in Winterswijk, who immediately after reading aloud, have signed this record with the sellers, the starters, and me, Notary. (was signed) J. Esselink, H. Goossens, C.T. Coster, J.W. Esselink, W. Grooters, A.C. Weenink, H. Gijsbers, C. Kappers, J.G. ten Houten, A Grevink, A. Konings, J.D. Wieberdink, G.W. Huiskamp, G.J. Stemerdink, J.H. Meijnen, G. Bekkers, J.W. Lindeman, D.W. te Selle, G.J. Beijers, J.A. Verink, G.W. Toebes, H.W. Schreurs, J.W. Tenkink, A. Poppink, B.H. Nijenhuis, D. Hesselink, J.B. Dericks, Notary.
Registered in Groenlo the eight of December 1877, part 72, folio 32, recto, section 2. seven pages no renvooi Received for duties f. 0,80 for 38 surcharges f 0,30 5 together one guilder ten and a half cent. The Collector (signed) Huiskes.
Today the twentieth of December 1877 in the morning at eleven o’clock in the lodging-house de Klok in Winterswijk, I, Johan Balthazar Dericks, Notary, located in Winterswijk, province of Gelderland, in the presence of witnesses, proceeded to the second auction of the hereafter described real estates and such in accordance with complying with a regulation at foregoing record of opening bid made the sixth of this month. This auction will be held on request and in presence of the same persons, as mentioned in the head of the often mentioned record of starting price, and under the same conditions and further conditions as with those again are being read aloud to the prospective buyers. Afterwards will be proceeded to the auction of masses and parcels, as described in foregoing record of starting price. (post alia) Parcel twenty three, price started by Derk Willem te Selle, farmer at Fokkink in Kotten, district of Winterswijk, at three thousand five hundred ninety five guilders. At present increased by Derk Willem te Selle above-mentioned to four thousand eight hundred guilders. (post alia) – Parcel twenty seven. Price started by Jan Albert Verink above-mentioned at thousand guilders. At present increased by Derk Willem te Selle, above mentioned to the sum of two thousand guilders. (post alia)
At present is proclaimed to the prospective buyers that next Monday the twenty fourth of this month, in the morning eleven o’clock will be announced in the office of me Notary what parcels will be granted or declined. The appearers are known to me notary. Thus done and temporarely closed on mentioned time and place in presence of the two known to me notary witnesses Rosien Willem Schieven, house- painter and Derk Hesselink, Candidate- Notary, both living in Winterswijk, who immediately after the reading aloud has been done have signed this record (minutes?) with the appearers sellers, the highest bidders and me notary. (was signed) H. Goossens, C.T. Coster, J. Esselink, J.W. Bouwmeester jr. H. Gijsbers, C. Kappers, A.H. Meijerink, D.W. te Selle, G.J. Beijers, G.W. Huiskamp, G.J. Nijweide, J.G. ten Houten, A. Konings, J.D. Wieberdink, B.H. Nijenhuis, J.H. Meijnen, H. Kobes,- J.D. Zwartenkot, J.A. Verink, D. Hesselink, J.W. Tenkink, J.W. Stemerdink, J.W. Esselink, W. Hijink, G. Bekkers, A. Tenkink, H.W. Schreurs, H.J. Tenkink H.J. Manschot, J.H. Reiring, R.W. Schieven, D. Hesselink, J.B. Dericks. Notaris.- Registered in Groenlo the third of January 1878, part 72, folio 50, recto, section 8 three pages no renvooi. Received for duties f. 0,80 for 38 surcharges f 0,30 5 together one guilder ten and a half cent. The Collector (signed) Huiskes.
Today the twenty fourth of December 1877 in the morning at eleven o’clock, appeared in front of me Johan Balthazar Dericks, notary located in Winterswijk, province of Gelderland, in presence of witnesses, in accordance with regulation made at the end of foregoing minutes of second auction, the Gentlemen appearers in the head of foregoing record of starting price mentioned declared the real estates to assign to purchase at the twentieth of this month auctioned in my presence and in afore-mentioned minutes specified to sell to the respective highest bidders, for which reason the others are declined. (post alia ) Appearers are known to me Notary. Thus done in Winterswijk in the office of me Notary, at afore-mentioned date, in pre- sence of the two witnesses known to me Notary Derk Antonie Gelink, office employee and Derk Hesselink, Candidate Notary both living in Winterswijk, who immediately after done reading aloud have signed these minutes with the appearers sellers, the buyers, the authorized representatives and me notary, with exception of the buyer Willem Hijink, who is not present, and Berend Willem Klomps who declared not to be able to sign. (was signed) H. Goossens, J. Esselink, C.T. Coster, H.J. Manschot, J.W. Bouwmeester Jr,- J.D. Wieberdink, S.A. Scholten, J. H. Meijnen, H. Kobes, H.J. Uwland, G. Bekkers, J. H. Reiring, J.B. Heemink, J.H. Meijerink, H. Gijsbers, J.G. ten Houten, J.W. Esselink, D.J. ter Pelkwijk, J.D. Zwar- tenkot, G.J. Klomps, G.J. Nijweide, C. Kappers, G.H. Meijerink, A. Konings, H.J. Tenkink, D.W. te Selle, J.A. Verink, G.J. Beijers, H.J. Hesselink, B.H. Nijenhuis, G.W. Huiskamp J.W. Tenkink, J.W. Roerdink, H.J. Uwland, H.W. Schreurs, J.W. Stemerdink, A. Tenkink, D.A. Gelink, D. Hesselink, J.B. Dericks, Notary
Registered in Groenlo, the third of January 1878, part 72, folio 50, verso, section 1 two pages without renvooi. Received for duties on account of sale of the 1st massa and parc. 20 and 21 f 400,80 from parc. 3 f 24,- parc: 4 f 31,20 parc. 5 f 22,- parc. 6 f 13,- parc. 7 f 14,80 parc: 9 f 16,80 parc 10 f 18,- parc 11 f 6.- parc 12 en 13 f 33,60 parc 14 and 15 f 34,- parc 16 f 20,80 parc 17 and thrice of parc 38 f 12,40 parc 18 f 8,80 parc. 19 f 74,- parc: 22 f 10,80 parc. 23 and 27 f 298,40 parc: 24 and 35 f 142,80 of the first block (parc 25 and 26) f 72,40 parc. 28 f 32,40 parc: 29, 33 and the 2nd block (parc 30 à 32) f 71,20 parc. 34: f 8,80 parc: 36 and 37 f 15,60 parc 38 thrice Oonk f 10,-; thrice Woordes f 7,20 parc. 39 and 40 f 12,40 together f 1420,80 with the 38 surcharges ad f 539,905 , making up nineteen hundred sixty guilders seventy and a half cent. The Collector (was signed) Huiskes Edited for literally identical excerpt J.B. Dericks Notaris And with D.W. te Selle At the 9 August 1878 J.B.Dericks
Dayregister part 38 nº 952 Copied in the office of mortgages in Zutphen the ninteenth of March 1878 part 409 nº 78. Received two hundred seventy guilders seventeen and a half cent The Sequestrator (signed:) Reijnvaan Duties f 177,60 38 surch. 67,49 seal 7,45 38 surch. 2,83½ salary 14,30 ________ f 270,17½