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Jan Adriaens V'Lehe van AschAge: 88 years15901678

Name
Jan Adriaens V'Lehe van Asch
Given names
Jan Adriaens
Surname
V'Lehe van Asch
Birth about 1590 30 30
Marriage of parentsAdrian Jerephaes “Arian” V'LeheAnna Hermans HaerluijdenView this family
about 1590

Publication: Hans Rerup
Marriage of a siblingDirick Janszn KnobboutAntonia Adriaens V'LeheView this family
about 1597 (Age 7 years)

Marriage of a siblingThuenis JacobsFlory Hilleky Adriaens Jerephaes VerleesView this family
about 1600 (Age 10 years)

Marriage of a siblingJacob Adriaens V'Lehe (Verlee)Anna Bartholomeus GerritsView this family
about 1605 (Age 15 years)

Death of a fatherAdrian Jerephaes “Arian” V'Lehe
about 1606 (Age 16 years)
Publication: Hans Rerup
MarriageAnna Margrieta HermensView this family
about 1610 (Age 20 years)
Marriage of a siblingCornelis Adriaens V'LeheHeijken (Hilleke) CornelisView this family
about 1610 (Age 20 years)

Death of a wifeAnna Margrieta Hermens
after 1611 (Age 21 years)
Death of a brotherJacob Adriaens V'Lehe (Verlee)
before 1616 (Age 26 years)
Death of a brotherCornelis Adriaens V'Lehe
before 1617 (Age 27 years)
Marriage of a siblingAdriaen Gerrits Antonia Adriaens V'LeheView this family
about 1618 (Age 28 years)
Publication: Hans Rerup
MarriageNeelken (Neeltje) Janss (Preys)View this family
about 1640 (Age 50 years)

Birth of a son
#1
Adriaen (Arien) Jansen van Asch
about 1640 (Age 50 years)

Birth of a son
#2
Jan Jansen van Asch
about 1640 (Age 50 years)

Death of a motherAnna Hermans Haerluijden
after 1640 (Age 50 years)

Publication: Hans Rerup
Birth of a son
#3
Hermen Jansen V'Lehe van Asch
about 1645 (Age 55 years)

Birth of a son
#4
Michael Jansen van Asch
about 1645 (Age 55 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Aertien (Aertgen) Jansen V'Lehe van Asch
about 1645 (Age 55 years)
Birth of a child
#6
Child van Asch
about 1646 (Age 56 years)
Death of a childChild van Asch
about 1646 (Age 56 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Seger Jansen V'Lehe van Asch
about 1650 (Age 60 years)
Birth of a daughter
#8
Geertien Jansen van Asch
about 1650 (Age 60 years)
Birth of a son
#9
Jacob Jansen van Asch
about 1660 (Age 70 years)
Death of a sonMichael Jansen van Asch
January 14, 1662 (Age 72 years)
Marriage of a childAert Huijberts van der SchluijsGeertien Jansen van AschView this family
about 1670 (Age 80 years)

Occupation
Wheelmaker

Death April 8, 1678 (Age 88 years)
Jan Adriaens V'Lehe van Asch is sister-in-law’s great ×8 uncle of Private.
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1590
-9 years
elder sister
1 year
elder brother
1 year
elder sister
1 year
elder brother
1 year
elder brother
1 year
elder brother
11 years
himself
Family with Anna Margrieta Hermens - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1610Zoelmond, Gelderland, Netherlands
Family with Neelken (Neeltje) Janss (Preys) - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1640
1 year
son
1 year
son
6 years
son
1 year
son
Michael Jansen van Asch
Birth: about 1645 55 40Zoelmond, Gelderland, Netherlands
Death: January 14, 1662Zoelmond, Gelderland, Netherlands
1 year
daughter
2 years
child
Child van Asch
Birth: about 1646 56 41Beusichem, Gelderland, Netherlands
Death: about 1646Beusichem, Gelderland, Netherlands
5 years
son
1 year
daughter
11 years
son

Note
Jan Adriaen V'lehe/van Asch was in his latter years known as wheelmaker in Soelmondt (Zoelmont). As a young man he was known as Jan Adriaen V'lehe or Verlehe, probably the name of the family estate. In a court document from 1647 page 240 he is identified as wheelmaker from Soelmondt Vlehe. This indicates that the family estate was located in Soelmondt. Soelmondt and Beusichem, which also includedthe smal place of Asch to the south of Zoelmont comprised the villages under the count of Bueren. After about 1630 his name as Jan Adriaen V'lehe has changed to van Asch. This appears to have been the case also with the rest of the family members. >From an examination of all the list of citizen, taxpayers. parish records and membership lists from that those villages from that time supported by the records from the courts, this appears to have been the situation. The name V'lehe disappears totally. Only one branch appears to have survived as Verleer a short distance north of the river. Unique to his fathers generation was the surname Jerephaes, a most uncommon and unsual name, and a cousin was Hendrik Jerephaes V'lehe, who had son born in 1660 by the name of Jerephaes Hendriks Verleer. From other sources we know that a member of the family married a Wijnanda van Wijk in 1560, and not her children but only her grandchildren chose to take the name van Wijk van Asch, which is a family of reknown to this day. This would have happened at about the rest of the family switched from V'lehe to van Asch. From the dispersal of the family estate, which in his youth included land in Asch, Thiel, Beusichem, Zoelmont and Tricht, probably only the part in Asch remained and hence the switch to the new name or reference point van Asch. Jan Adriaen Vlehe/van Asch survived his three brothers Jerephaes Adriaens V'lehe, Cornelis Adriaens V'lehe, and Jacob Adriaens V'lehe already as a young man, and he was left with the responsibility to look after all the widows and small fatherless children. Hemarried twice but did not appear to have any children from his first marriage. His second wife appears to have been very much younger. She survived him at least twenty five years. From early on he was party the division of the family estate among his uncles, his brothers, his sons and grandchildren. It must be remembered that he lived during the times of the 100 year war in the Netherlands with the Spanish and Austrians. Also the thirty year war in Germany from 1618 to 1648 covered his adult life. The location of the villages Zoelmondt, Asch, Beusichem and Bueren are in flood plain of the rivers Rhein and Waal. In 1638 the neatly recorded records of the donations of labour or material to the big flood of the rivers, show Jan Adrian van Asch as a member of that list and giving a series of wooden hammers, probably for hammering pilings in the gaps in the dikes along the river. In 1634 he signed in his own handwriting the citizen list for Asch. The location of the villages was directly in the path of the invading armies, which may have further contributed to the financial hardship and death in the family of the young men. In 1622 Jan Adriaen V'lehe represented the interests of the minor children left after the death of his brother Jacop Adriaens V'lehe in case against his nephew Henrik Jerephaes V'lehe, his nephew Cornelis Jerephaes, his cousin Jerephaes Dircks Knobbout. In 1619 he was in court in an inheritance case involving the widow Heijkken Cornelis, the wife of his brother, Cornelis Adriaens V'lehe, his sister Hilleke Adriaen Jerephaes Verlees, his nephews Henrick and Cornelis Jerephaes, second cousin Anna Dirck Jans Knobbout, his sister-in-law Anna Bartholomeus Gerrits and others. In 1612 he is party to another court case, which tries to sort out the involved inheritance problems involving his uncles, aunts, cousins and brothers. In 1611 he represented his first wife Margrieta Hermens in hercase of inheritance. In 1640 Jan Adriaen as Rademaecker (wheelmaker) sold half an orchard to Cornelis Geurts, who could be his nephew. In the same year he bought a farm in Soelmondt from Gerrit Adriaens and Wllemke Dirkx. In 1646 Jan write in the margin of the court record that the amount is paid in full and the obligation is finished. Jan Adriaen van Asch took out a loan against his property in 1664 in the amount of 100 gulden from Juff. Anthonia van Leeubber. As guarranty it was secured against the house and farm in Soelmondt located next to Jan van Rijnberch's property. In 1667 he agreed to look after his grandchildren Joost Jansen van Asch and Aertien Jansen van Asch after the death of his son Jan, and his daughter- in-law Janneken Joosten. In 1677 his wife Neeltjen Jans and his children took over this obligation.