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Paulus Ulrich

M, #6176, b. 1768, d. 26 January 1842

Parents

FatherJan Ulrich (b. about 1740)
MotherAnna Margaretha Thiel (b. about 1740)

Family: Berber Ates (b. about 1760)

SonBarend Wemerson Ulrich+ (b. 1799, d. 20 April 1879)

Biography

Paulus Ulrich was born in 1768 in Leeuwarden. He and Berber Ates were married on 5 December 1819 in Leeuwarden. Paulus Ulrich died on 26 January 1842 at age ~74 in Leeuwarden.
Overlijdensakte Leeuwarden, 1842
Aangiftedatum 27 januari 1842, akte nr. 55
Paulus Oelrich, overleden 26 januari 1842, oud 74 jaar, gehuwd
Zoon van Jan Oelrich en Anna Margaretha Thiel
N.B. Geboren te Leeuwarden, echtgenoot van Berber Ates, weduwnaar van
Cornelia Tems; ook genaamd Ulrich

1831 Huizum, notaris A. Lycklama
Inv. nr. 064006 repertoire nr. 8 d.d. 18 maart 1831
Koopakte
Betreft een kofschip, koopsom fl. 500
- Paulus Ulrich te Leeuwarden, verkoper in kwaliteit
- Anne Jans Krol te Bergumerdam, koper

1825 Stiens, notaris J.A. Schaaff
Inv. nr. 128005 repertoire nr. 24 d.d. 10 mei 1825
Cessie
- Paulus Ulrich te Leeuwarden, gehuwd met Berber Ates,
cedent
- Hendrik Mennes te Leeuwarden, schuldenaar
- Doetje Hebbes te Leeuwarden, schuldenaar
- Pieter Andreae te Leeuwarden, cessionaris

1818 Leeuwarden, notaris E.E. Wielinga van Scheltinga
Inv. nr. 077008 repertoirenrs. 41 en 54 d.d. 6 april 1818
Provisionele toewijzing en inhouding
Betreft een huisinge te Leeuwarden
- Paulus Ulrich te Leeuwarden

1822 Leeuwarden, notaris E.E. Wielinga van Scheltinga
Inv. nr. 077012 repertoire nr. 1 d.d. 4 januari 1822
Koopakte
Betreft de verkoop van een huizinge nr. C 71 te Leeuwarden
- Klaas van der Pol te Leeuwarden, verkoper
- Paulus Ulrich te Leeuwarden, gehuwd met Berber Ates, koper.
Paulus Ulrich has reference number 6195. Paulus Ulrich was a Winkelier;koopman.
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Berber Ates

F, #6177, b. about 1760

Family: Paulus Ulrich (b. 1768, d. 26 January 1842)

SonBarend Wemerson Ulrich+ (b. 1799, d. 20 April 1879)

Biography

Berber Ates was born about 1760. Paulus Ulrich and Berber Ates were married on 5 December 1819 in Leeuwarden.
Berber Ates has reference number 6196.
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Cornelia Tems

F, #6178

Biography

Cornelia Tems has reference number 6197.
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Jan Ulrich

M, #6179, b. about 1740

Family: Anna Margaretha Thiel (b. about 1740)

SonPaulus Ulrich+ (b. 1768, d. 26 January 1842)

Biography

Jan Ulrich was born about 1740.
German Spelling variations include: Ulrich, Ulrichs, Ullrich, Ulrick, Ulrik, Ullrik, Ullrick, Urich and many more.First found in Bavaria, in the city of Nuremburg, where the name was anciently associated with the tribal conflicts of the area.Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Elias and Cristof Ulrich, who emigrated with their families to America in 1709; Philip Ulrich, who arrived in Philadelphia in 1732; as did Christopher Ulrik in 1727

The very first record of the family name ULRICH was found in Bavaria, in the city of Nuremberg, which is located in Bavaria, Germany. The Ulrich family traces their ancestral roots back to Teutonic origin before the year 1100, A.D. From here they branched and migrated, gaining prosperity as a notable family of Bavaria and later other countries. 'ULRICH/ULRICK’ of Nuremberg's first recorded wappen/Coat-of-arms. And it is described as: "D-azur a un cygne d'arg,” nobility of Nuremberg. It is translated as: "Blue with a swan in silver." The ancient meaning of the surname 'ULRICH/ULRICK’ is made up of two words, 'wolf' and ruler.' Bavaria was once part of the Holy Roman Empire and was also its own Country and Kingdom 'Duchy' at one time. It is now one of the many state’s that make up the country of Germany. Once home to the famous King Ludwig, birthplace of the celebrated ‘Oktoberfest’ and is also the location of the famous ‘Kastle Neuschwanstein,' built by 'Konig' King Ludwig II. from Bavaria, 1869 to 1886.

Another point of interest for the surname ULRICH, may be the 'Villiage of ULRICHSGRUEN' and the 'Egerland.' The Egerland is located in northeastern Bavaria and at eastern Ceske. It's northern fringe was at HOF, It's southern was Neustadt of the Waldnaab, east almost to Pilzen in Ceske and west to about Tirschenreuth. Settlement of this vast Bavarian/Bohemian Forest region began in the early 12th century. The Margrave of the region was named Diepold and one of his ministers was Gottfried von Wetterfeld. At this time settlement was advancing from south to north and under the reign of the 'Hohenzollerns of Nuernberg.' Gottfried had a brother Ulrich and it is for him this village was named. In the HOF region extending east through northern Ceske and southern Saxony was the great Saxon Tribe of the Greens (Gruens) and many villages contain this suffix. Much of the region is still called the Diepoldswalde(Diepold Forest). The Villiage of 'ULRICHSGRUEN' is mentioned as a possible place of origin, because of the understanding that the origins of the surname ULRICH, is at the same time frame of the 1100's for this surname, and the fact that this 'ULRICH' came out of 'Nurenberg' as part of their ministerial control. His administrative staff, as we would staff them, and in the possessive form of person ownership, were most likely called 'ULRICHEN.' This is a Hypothesis, but not an unlikely origin of the name in view of the coincidences.

The Surname, Ulrich/Ulrick existed in America at least as early as 1761, and maybe even early as 1680. Knowing the many Hessian troops who faught for the British in the American Revolution, many with this surname ULRICH, may have come from the village of ULRICHSTEIN, Which was founded in the 13th century, given city rights in the year 1347, and is located in the Duchy of Hessen, Germany. Hessen, is now a state in Germany that is located just above Bavaria! This village may be worth keeping in mind.

The Meaning of ULRICHSTEIN: It means: ULRICH-STONE, as in stone Castle, or Village. A Castle made out of stone. This means that there was most likely a Castle, Village, or both at this location. Here be the Wappen/Coat-of-Arms for this village In 1605: An Uncrowned Striped Lion in a Shield With a Silver or a Blue Bordure. It would therefore be: The Wappen of the Lord, or Ruling family at that time, named 'ULRICH.'

Variations of the surname 'ULRICH' are: ULRICK, ULLRICK, ULRIK, ULRICH, ULLRICH, all are pronounced the same, ending with a 'K' sound. The original spelling of the name in Germany is 'ULRICH.'

This is the ‘Village of ULRICHSTEIN,’ located in Hessen, Germany, just above the state of Bavaria. Bavaria, is where the ULRICK (ULRICH-Original Spelling in Germany.) Family traces their ancestral roots of Origin back before the the year 1100 A.D. and is first recorded in the city of Nuremberg, Bavaria. From here They branched and migrated, gaining prosperity as a notable family of Bavaria and other places. ULRICHSTEIN Is one of these places.

ULRICHSTEIN, was founded in the 13th century and received city rights in 1347 from Heinrich Von Eisenbach, ruling the city as Vassal of the Dukes of Hessen. The Oldest seal of the city dates from the early 16th century and shows the striped lion of Hessen. A second seal dating from the 17th century shows the same lion.

In the meantime in 1605 the arms of Ulrichstein were mentioned in a roll of arms as an Uncrowned Striped Lion in a Shield With a Silver Bordure. A little later the arms appeared in the collection of Siebmacher as a red lion with a blue bordure. Later images all showed a lion in a bordure, but the colours differed widely, and the lion was shown both crowned as well As uncrowned.

Here be the wappen/cost-of-arms for this village In 1605. It would therefore be: The Wappen of the Lord/Ruling family at that time, named 'ULRICH.' There is without a doubt, that this village has a definite connection with the surname ULRICH. ULRICHSTEIN: Is located About 40-50km west of Fulda and 20km(+ or -) southwest of Auerbach.

The meaning of “ULRICHSTEIN.” It means: “ULRICH-STONE,” as in Stone Castle. (Castle made out Of Stone) This means that there was most likely a Castle/Village at this location intrusted to a Lord/Ruling family at that time, named 'ULRICH.' There was, because there is a crest given to that lord/ruling family of ULRICH which is shown below. (compiled by: R.Ulrick-2000, A.D.)
Jan Ulrich has reference number 6198.
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Anna Margaretha Thiel

F, #6180, b. about 1740

Family: Jan Ulrich (b. about 1740)

SonPaulus Ulrich+ (b. 1768, d. 26 January 1842)

Biography

Anna Margaretha Thiel was born about 1740.
Spelling variations include: Thiel, Tiel, Thiele, Tiele, Teel, Teele, Theel, Theele, Thiell, Thielin, Thiellin, Theell, Tiell, Thielle, Tielle, Thielen and many more.First found in Hessen, where the name contributed greatly to the development of an emerging nation which would later play a large role in the tribal and national conflicts of the area.Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Vallentin Thiel, who arrived in Philadelphia in 1738; as well as many others of the name who came to this city in 1773; 1765; 1785; 1804; 1844; 1860; and 1876. Other immigrants bearing this name include Heinrich Thiel, who settled in New York State in 1876. Anna Margaretha Thiel has reference number 6199.
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Johannes van der Werf

M, #6181, b. 25 September 1850

Parents

FatherGeert van der Werf
MotherBerber Ulrich (b. 1 August 1822, d. 8 May 1884)

Biography

Johannes van der Werf was born on 25 September 1850 in Leeuwarden.
Johannes van der Werf has reference number 6200.
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Trijntje van der Werf

F, #6182, b. 27 January 1857

Parents

FatherGeert van der Werf
MotherBerber Ulrich (b. 1 August 1822, d. 8 May 1884)

Biography

Trijntje van der Werf was born on 27 January 1857 in Leeuwarden.
Trijntje van der Werf has reference number 6201.
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Aafje Veldkamp

F, #6183, b. 28 August 1854

Parents

FatherHeimo Veldkamp (b. 1820)
MotherGrietje Ulrich (b. 28 October 1831)

Biography

Aafje Veldkamp was born on 28 August 1854 in Assen. Gerrit van 't Hoff and Aafje Veldkamp were married on 4 December 1898 in Zaandam.
Aafje Veldkamp has reference number 6202.
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Gerrit van 't Hoff

M, #6184

Parents

Biography

Gerrit van 't Hoff and Aafje Veldkamp were married on 4 December 1898 in Zaandam.
Gerrit van 't Hoff has reference number 6203.
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Aart van 't Hoff

M, #6185

Biography

Aart van 't Hoff has reference number 6204.
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Baafje Velthuijs

F, #6186

Biography

Baafje Velthuijs has reference number 6205.
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Alida Molenaar

F, #6187

Biography

Alida Molenaar has reference number 6206.
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Berendina Johanna Veldkamp

F, #6188, b. 2 January 1860

Parents

FatherHeimo Veldkamp (b. 1820)
MotherGrietje Ulrich (b. 28 October 1831)

Biography

Berendina Johanna Veldkamp was born on 2 January 1860 in Aardscheveld (Assen.) Antonij Grotegoed and Berendina Johanna Veldkamp were married on 15 August 1907 in Zaandam.
Berendina Johanna Veldkamp has reference number 6207.
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Antonij Grotegoed

M, #6189

Parents

Biography

Antonij Grotegoed and Berendina Johanna Veldkamp were married on 15 August 1907 in Zaandam.
Antonij Grotegoed has reference number 6208.
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Gerardus Augustinus Grotegoed

M, #6190

Biography

Gerardus Augustinus Grotegoed has reference number 6209.
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Catrina Cornelisse

F, #6191

Biography

Catrina Cornelisse has reference number 6210.
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Mijntje Nadort

F, #6192

Biography

Mijntje Nadort has reference number 6211.
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Berend Veldkamp

M, #6193, b. 11 January 1869

Parents

FatherHeimo Veldkamp (b. 1820)
MotherGrietje Ulrich (b. 28 October 1831)

Biography

Berend Veldkamp was born on 11 January 1869 in Bovensmilde (Smilde.) He and Klasina Kost were married on 1 November 1894 in 's-Graveland.
Berend Veldkamp has reference number 6212.
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Klasina Kost

F, #6194, b. 1870

Parents

Biography

Klasina Kost was born in 1870 in Kortenhoef. Berend Veldkamp and Klasina Kost were married on 1 November 1894 in 's-Graveland.
Klasina Kost has reference number 6213.
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Jan Tobias Kost

M, #6195

Family: Dirkje Diepgrond

DaughterKlasina Kost (b. 1870)

Biography

Jan Tobias Kost has reference number 6214.
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Dirkje Diepgrond

F, #6196

Family: Jan Tobias Kost

DaughterKlasina Kost (b. 1870)

Biography

Dirkje Diepgrond has reference number 6215.
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Jantje Antina Veldkamp

F, #6197, b. 20 December 1856

Parents

FatherHeimo Veldkamp (b. 1820)
MotherGrietje Ulrich (b. 28 October 1831)

Biography

Jantje Antina Veldkamp was born on 20 December 1856 in Assen.
Jantje Antina Veldkamp has reference number 6216.
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Berend Dirk Klijn

M, #6198, b. 14 January 1865

Parents

FatherEvert Klijn (b. 1828)
MotherHenderika Willemina Ulrich (b. 15 October 1834)

Biography

Berend Dirk Klijn was born on 14 January 1865 in Oostellingwerf.
Berend Dirk Klijn has reference number 6217.
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Hendrika Willemina Veldkamp

F, #6199, b. 8 August 1865

Parents

FatherHeimo Veldkamp (b. 1820)
MotherGrietje Ulrich (b. 28 October 1831)

Biography

Hendrika Willemina Veldkamp was born on 8 August 1865 in Kloosterveen (Smilde.)
Hendrika Willemina Veldkamp has reference number 6218.
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Paulus Doek

M, #6200, b. 28 March 1898

Parents

FatherRoelof Doek (b. 1854)
MotherJeltje Ulrich (b. 28 September 1861, d. 29 March 1944)

Biography

Paulus Doek was born on 28 March 1898 in Kloosterveen (Smilde.)
Paulus Doek has reference number 6219.
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