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    Jacob Philip Levie, birth 1620, died ± 16 Dec 1689 Leeuwarden, info from: 'Relations among Early Jewish Settlers in Dutch Friesland etc', by Chaim Caran, Eilat, at International Congres on Jewish Genealogy, Jerusalem, July 2004., son of Philip Uri Joosten-Halevi and N.N.
    Married after 1638 to:
    Rebecca Levie
    1) Uri Jacob Levie, birth ± 1640, died 21 May 1686 Leeuwarden, info from: 'Relations among Early Jewish Settlers in Dutch Friesland etc', by Chaim Caran, Eilat, at International Congres on Jewish Genealogy, Jerusalem, July 2004:
    Tombstone 370 from Brilleman collection:
    'Here was embedded and buried an upright and righteous man Uri Feibesh ben rabbi Jacob halevi, on Tuesday 27 Ijar 446 [1686] may his soul be bundled in the bundle of live with [all] other pious men and women in the Garden of Eden Amen'.
    , occupation: cantor, info from: 'Relations among Early Jewish Settlers in Dutch Friesland etc', by Chaim Caran, Eilat, at International Congres on Jewish Genealogy, Jerusalem, July 2004:
    Married ± 1675 to:
    Geertje Mozes
    2) Judith Jacob, birth 1652 Leeuwarden
    Married 1669 Amsterdam, dtb 687/298; witn.groom: f.Arend Abraham. to:
    Abraham Gumprich Aron Polak Gokkes, birth 1646 Amsterdam, son of Aron Abraham Amsterdam and Wendel Hendele Aron Levie
    3) Eva Jacob Levie, birth 1656 Amsterdam, died Sep 1680 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: on 26 Tishre 5441 - wife of Anshil Cohen.
    Married 1673 Amsterdam, dtb 689/112; witn.groom: f.Isaac Samuel; witn.bride: f.Jacob Philip. to:
    Ansel Isaac Cohen, birth 1653 Amsterdam, son of Isaac Samuel Cohen and N.N.
    4) Juda Leib Jacob Levie, birth 1661 Leeuwarden, died 3 Feb 1706 Leeuwarden, info from: 'Relations among Early Jewish Settlers in Dutch Friesland etc', by Chaim Caran, Eilat, at International Congres on Jewish Genealogy, Jerusalem, July 2004:
    buried at Beth Haim cemetery at Ouderkerk, the Sephardic graveyard near Amsterdam.
    Tombstone reading:
    'Here was buried
    Juda may he reside in security, and the Lion [Arie = Lion is synonym for Juda] hidden in a rock cave; the upright and honorable khr"r Judaleib bar Jacob halevi, who heroic as a lion circumcised hundreds of sons of the Hebrews and passed through Ju da ['chalaf bijehuda' also: the[circumciser's] knife in Juda['s hands]] and did charity and good deeds in honesty; 'and it was in the end' 'and Juda approached' 'and he lived' for 42 years, [text according to the names of 3 consecutive portion s of weekly Torah-readings from the book Exodus], and he was gathered to his people in his full adornment 'Juda became his sanctuary' on Wednesday 19 Shevat 466 [3 Feb 1706], may his soul be bundled in the bundle of life.

    Married ± 1679 to:
    Sara Levie
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