Cornelis Musch

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Cornelis Musch (Rotterdam, 1592 or 1593 – The Hague, December 15, 1650) was Griffier (Chief Clerk) of the States-General of the Netherlands, the governing body of the Dutch Republic, from 1628 till the start of the First Stadtholderless Period. He was a byword for corruption in his lifetime.

Cornelis Musch, mr. (c.1593 – 1650) – Genealogy

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Cornelis Musch was een zoon van Maritgen Matelieff Cornelisdr. en Jan Jacobsz. Musch, een rijke haringreder die betrokken was bij de oprichting van de VOC. Cornelis bezocht de Latijnse school en schreef zich in 1613 in aan de universiteit van Leiden, waar hij rechten studeerde.

Parents: Maria Cornelisdr Matelieff, Jan Jacobsz Musch

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Cornelis Musch was the son of Jan Jacobsz. Musch, a rich Rotterdam herring merchant, and Maritge Cornelisd. Matelieff, a merchant of fishing tackle, and so rich in her own right that she was able to buy the Heerlijkheid of Waalsdorp.

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Cornelis Musch (Rotterdam, 1592 or 1593 – The Hague, December 15, 1650) was Griffier (Chief Clerk) of the States-General of the Netherlands, the governing body of the Dutch Republic, from 1628 till the start of the First Stadtholderless Period. He was a byword for corruption in his lifetime.

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Cornelis Musch (1851-1860) » Database Van Broekhoven

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Cornelis Musch was born on August 2, 1851 in Vlijmen, son of Jan Muskus and Antonetta Ekels. He died on November 25, 1860 in Vlijmen. This information is part of Database Van Broekhoven by J. van Broekhoven on Genealogie Online.

cornelis musch : définition de cornelis musch et synonymes

Cornelis Musch was the son of Jan Jacobsz. Musch, a rich Rotterdam herring merchant, and Maritge Cornelisd. Matelieff, a merchant of fishing tackle, and so rich in her own right that she was able to buy the Heerlijkheid of Waalsdorp. Lord of Waalsdorp was therefore the first aristocratic title Musch was able to use (1635).

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