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    Marcus Mordechai Isaac Itsak Calisch Kopenhagen, birth 19 Feb 1778 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
    on 22 Shevat 5538 - birth of Mordechai ben Itsak, son-in-law of Nathan Koch.
    on 29 Shevat 5538 - circumcision of Mordechai ben Itsak ben Mordechai from Kalisch, son-in-law of Nathan Makeler.
    , died 13 Oct 1842 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery - burial on 16 Oct:1842 - Marcus/Mordechai Isaac/Itsak Calisch.

    G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
    on 13 Oct 1842 - Marcus Isaaac Calisch, 64 yrs.old, spouse of Ester Elias Kops.
    Notifier: Levie Abraham Worms, 49 yrs.old, br.-in-law[= unmarried brother of sister-in-law, married to brother Salomon Isaac Calisch]
    (info courtesy of Dini Hansma)
    , occupation: schoolkeeper, after retiring, engaged himself in assembling data for the production of dictionaries., lives: , in Amsterdam:
    1806 - Raamgracht
    1808 - Nieuwstraat
    1811 - Houtgracht 18 (together with his brothers Salomon & Nathan, corporal and sniper in 4th compagny of 1st Batallion of the Amsterdam Artillery)
    1816 - Rapenburgerstr. 151, with his widowed father (probably address of his school)
    (in 1840 Jacob Elias Kops, his br.-in-law, schoolkeeper, lived at this address and in 1851 the schoolmaster Jacob Abraham Roos)
    1828 - 1834 - Rotterdam
    until 1842 - Weesperkerkstr. 56. Amsterdam
    (info from Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37., son of Isaac Itsak Marcus Mordechai Calisch Kopenhagen and Sara Nathan Makelaar koch
    Married 12 Aug 1803 Amsterdam, dtb 651/7; committed for groom: f.Isaac Marcus Calisch; witn.bride:m.Bloeme Philip. to:
    Ester Elias Elyakim Kops, birth 1773 Amsterdam, died 12 Feb 1849 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery - burial on 14 Feb: Hester/Ester Kops, wife of Mordechai Calisch., daughter of Elias Elyakim Jacob Preger? hamburger? and Bloeme Philip Peis Konigswinter
    1) Caroline Keile Marcus Mordechai Calisch, birth 28 Aug 1804 Amsterdam, info courtesy of Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37., died 15 Mar 1875 Amsterdam, died unmarried., lives: , before that in Rotterdam with parents.
    2) Elias Elyakum Marcus Mordechai Calisch, birth 9 Feb 1806 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
    on 16 Feb 1806 - circumcision of Elyakum ben Mordechai at Raamgracht.
    (following Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37)
    , died 30 Jan 1880 Amsterdam, occupation: bookkeeper, in The Hague, with ironfactory of Levij Israel Enthoven.
    Was an intellectual and poet, cofounder of the college 'Oefening kweekt Kennis', and secretary of the commission formed in 1852 to erect a statue of Rembrandt in Amsterdam. He was an excellent orator and a fierce opponent to Isaac da Costa, who m he attacked in poetry in connection with the latter's leaving of the Jewish faith, being replied to in kind by da Costa.
    (following Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37)
    Married 16 Aug 1837 The Hague to:
    Ester Loup, died 1873 The Hague
    3) Isaac Itsak Marcus Mordechai Calisch, birth 11 Apr 1808 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
    on 18 Apr 1808 - circumcision of Itsak ben Mordechai at Nieuwstr.
    (following Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37)
    , died 31 Dec 1885 Amsterdam, occupation: teacher of languages, schoolkeeper, houseteacher of Germanic and Romanic languages.
    schoolkeeper; his most reknown pupil was A.C.Wertheim, of whom Ferdinand de Lesseps testified in 1883: 'qu'il cause en francais avec une purete rare et qu'il sait notre langue et la parle sans aucun accent', because of Calisch' perfect knowledg e of grammar and adoration of litterature, with which he inserted his pupils.
    He was as well a certified translator since 1837 and a poet. A collection of his poems was published in 1847, and he made a translation of Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserables'. He was the pushing power behind the foundation of the Jewish litterary colle ge 'Tot Nut en Beschaving' and a reknown orator.
    Most known as a lexicograph, he published a Dutch-French-English-German dictionary, much used in his days, and his 'Beginselen der Nederduitse Spraakkunst' (Principles of the Dutch Language) was used at almost all schools in Amsterdam. Togethe r with his cousin & br.-in-law Nathan Salomon Calisch he published in 1864 'Nieuw Woordenboek der Nederlandsche Taal' (new dictionary of the Dutch language) which afterwards, after adaptation by J.H.v.Dale became the 'fat' van Dale.
    (following Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37.
    Married 12 Jun 1834 Amsterdam, G.A.A. Amsterdam: Isaac Marcus Calisch, 26 yrs.old, son of Marcus Isaac Calisch, 56 yrs.old & Esther Elias Kops, living in Rotterdam, and
    Jacoba Breebaard, 23 yrs.old, daughter of Nathan Hartog Breebaard, 51 yrs.old & Ester Emanuel.
    Elias Marcus Calisch, 28 yrs.old, a brother, is witness.
    (info courtesy of Dini Hansma, Utah, U.S.A.)
    ketuba & chalitsa on 5 Sivan 5594 [12 Jun 1834];
    groom: Isaac ben Mordechai;
    bride:Jachet bat Nathan;
    signed: Isaac ben k"h Mordechai Kalisch;
    the groom's brother Elyakum ben Mordechai Kalisch m.h.l. provides a chalitsa act for the bride Jachet bat Nathan Breetbaard m.h.l.
    to:
    Jacoba Jachet Nathan Breetbaard, birth 4 Aug 1810 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions & Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
    on 4 Aug 1810 - birth of Jachet bat Nathan Barkloi; child's mother: Ester bat Mendele Bomburg.
    , daughter of Nathan Hartog Breebaart Braatbaard and Ester Emanuel Mendele Bomberger
    4) Marianne Malka Marcus Mordechai Calisch Kopenhagen, birth 9 Jan 1811 Amsterdam, 'Circumcisions and Births in Amsterdam 1697-1811, by Jits v.Straten':
    on 9 Jan 1811 - birth of Malka bat Mordechai Kalus; child's mother: Ester bat Elyakum.
    , died 13 Nov 1886 Amsterdam
    Married 1846 Amsterdam to:
    Nathan Salomon Calisch, birth 23 Jun 1819 Amsterdam, died 1891 Amsterdam, occupation: journalist, educated as schoolteacher, but between 1844 and 1883 journalist with Amsterdamche Courant.
    Assisted his cousin & br.in-law with his lexicographical endeavour, and was secretary of the committee of Stock Exchange, secretary of Nederlandsch-Israelitisch Poor Relief Fund and author.
    He published a book on all huminarian institutes existing in Amsterdam (Liefdadigheid in Amsterdam)
    and published since 1851 'Overzicht van Handelingen van den Gemeenteraad van Amsterdam'
    (overview of the discussions of the city council of Amsterdam)
    (info from Harmen Snel in 'Joodse leerlingen op een openbare school in Amsterdam in 1823 (8)', in Misjpoge 19, 2006-2, pp. 29-37), son of Salomon Zalman Isaac Itsak Calisch Kopenhagen and Henriette Abraham Worms
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