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CHAPPUZEAU and RICHIER are among the ancestors of part of the SURIE family.
Henry George Surie (born 1824) refers to his grandmother as Freule Petronella RICHIER and says her father was Baron Pierre (Pieter?) RICHIER, who "had to flee to the Netherlands, leaving his barony to the fierce violence of the mob, about the year 1750 or a bit earlier; which barony later came into the possession of the French minister Guirot; in The Hague my great-grandfather became confidential secretary of stadholder Prince William V and married Elizabeth van Ringen".
But Pierre Richier was born in The Hague, his father in Berlin, so what is true about this barony? It is certainly true they had connections with noble families.
Source Chappuzeau: H.K. Eggers, Das altfranzösische Geschlecht Chappuzeau, 1880 & 1968, with some additions from Stammbaum-Ahnenforschung.de.
See also VAN RINGEN and SIEVERS.

Coat of arms:
See here about the one used by Daniel-Paul Chappuzeau de Beaugé;
In Germany they used a different one, Rietstap says:
"Coupé:
de gueules à une palme de sinople posée en barre;
sur azur à une colombe d'argent posée sur un tertre de sinople;
à la fasce d'or brochant sur le coupé.
L'écu bordé d'or. Casque couronné. Cimier la colombe sur son tertre entre un vol de l'aigle de Prusse. Lambrequin à dextre d'or et d'azur, à senestre d'argent et de sable".
So a palm branch above and a dove below.
The one used by Susanne Elisabeth who married Nikolaus Eggers in 1726 had three doves above and a palm branch below, no golden border, and also Jacob son of Jacob Chappuzeau in Russia had these (Яков Яковлевич Шапизо, geraldika.ru):
Susanne & Jacob


I.1    Jehan CHAPPUZEAU, messenger of the University between Poitiers and Paris, * ca 1515.
# (1) 1540 Marie PETIT, niece of Antoine Petit, Dr. of Theology, † ca 1544.
# (2) Poitiers 1545 Marie Marguerite ROUZIER.
From the first marriage:
   1.  Étienne, * Poitiers 1 Nov 1541.
   2.  Anne, * ca 1542.
# Jacques DESCHAMPS, † 1597, sergent royal, procureur; son:
    1. NN, ~ 4 May 1573, godfather Mery Filleau.
Probably from the first marriage:
   3.  Claude, * ca 1544 (see also II.2).
From the second marriage:
   4.  Jehanne, * Poitiers 11 Aug 1546, † <1550.
   5.  Pierre, * 19 Dec 1547.
   6.  Loys (Louis), * 29 Mar 1549.
   7.  Jehanne, * 29 May 1550.
   8.  François, * ?-1-1551 (see also II.8).
   9.  Jehan, * July 1553.
  10.  Marie, * Sep 1554.

II.2    Claude CHAPPUZEAU, inherited his father's post as messager (also merchant in Paris?), * ca 1544, son of Jehan CHAPPUZEAU (see also I.1)
# ca 1566 Jehanne BARBILLON, from a family of tanners in the parish of st. Germain.
From this marriage:
   1.  Marguerite (see also III.2).
   2.  Anne (see also III.3).

III.2    Marguerite CHAPPUZEAU, † <1595, dr. of Claude CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.2) and Jehanne BARBILLON.
# 1588 Mathurin FILLEAU, messager, maybe son of Mery Fillau; he married again to Anthoinette de la Croix).
From this marriage:
   1.  Nicolas, philosopher, X Françoise BÉLIARD, children:
   1.  Jean FILLEAU de la CHAISE, * ca. 1630, † 1693, theologian
   2.  Gilles FILLEAU des BILLETTES, * 1634, † 1720, member of the Académie des Sciences
   3.  Francois FILLEAU de St MARTIN, * 1632, † 1695, translator of Don Quixote to French.
   4.  Françoise, # Jean de la LANDE, chevalier, Seigneur de Lavau, "haute et puissant Seigneur"
   5.  Marie
   6.  Catherine, * 28 Apr 1643, # John CHABUSANT, living descendants in England.

III.3    Anne CHAPPUZEAU, † Jan 1652, dr. of Claude CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.2) and Jehanne BARBILLON .
# 1593 Daniel CITOYS, † 1618, son of Antoine CITOYS (son of Pierre).
From this marriage:
   1.  Pierre, * 19 Sep 1594.
   2.  Nicole, * 8 Sep 1595.
   3.  René, apothecary, * 13 Dec 1596.
   4.  Joseph, * 1 Mar 1598.
   5.  Jehan, * 25 Feb 1599.
   6.  Antoine, * 13 Jul 1600.
   7.  Daniel, * 11 Nov 1601.
   8.  Florence, * 1603, † 26 Sep 1648.
   9.  Mathieu, religious (monk?), * (~?) 7 July 1609.

II.8    François CHAPPUZEAU, procureur, * ?-1-1551, son of Jehan CHAPPUZEAU (see also I.1) and Marie Marguerite ROUZIER.
# Jeanne PELISSON.
From this marriage:
   1.  Jehanne, * ca 1570 (see also III.4).
   2.  Marie, * ca 1572.
   3.  Catherine, * ca 1574.
    4.  Jehan, * ca 1576 (see also III.6).
   5.  Charles, * Poitou 26 Oct 1577 (see also III.7).
   6.  François, * ca 1579.
   7.  Pierre, * ca 1582.

III.4    Jehanne CHAPPUZEAU, * ca 1570, dr. of François CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.8) and Jeanne PELISSON.
# 1588 Jacques BOURCEAU.
From this marriage:
   1.  Catherine, * 5 Jan 1589.
   2.  Marie, * <1614.

III.6    Jehan CHAPPUZEAU, procureur au présidial de Poitiers, * ca 1576, † <1656, son of François CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.8) and Jeanne PELISSON.
# Marie DESCHAMPS
From this marriage:
   1.  Jacques, * Poitiers" (see also IV.6).

IV.6    Jacques CHAPPUZEAU, * Poitiers, minister of reformed church, later Sieur de Beaugé, son of Jehan CHAPPUZEAU and Marie DESCHAMPS (see also III.6).
# (1) 6 Nov 1656 Marie BONENFANT, * Paris, dr. of Henri BONENFANT, conseiller du roi, and Judic BOULLEAU.
# (2) May 1677 Rachel CARRÉ.
From the first marriage:
   1.  Daniel-Paul CHAPPUZEAU de BEAUGÉ, * ca 1660 (see also V.10).
   2.  Suzanne, * ca 1661, †.
   3.  Suzanne, * ca 1663.
# Chasseneuil-du-Poitou 2 May 1683 Pierre GOUTTIÈRE.

V.10    Daniel-Paul CHAPPUZEAU de BEAUGÉ, * ca 1660, † 1735, son of Jacques CHAPPUZEAU (see also IV.6) and Marie BONENFANT.
# Claire GAMART.
From this marriage:
   1.  Louis Daniel (see also VI.1).

VI.1    Louis Daniel CHAPPUZEAU de BEAUGÉ, † ca 1774? Son of Daniel-Paul CHAPPUZEAU de BEAUGÉ (see also V.10) and Claire GAMART.
# Marie-Antoinette de HEM.
blason Rietstap In heralogic we find their coats of arms (Chapuseau et Gamart):
  1-4.  CHAPUSEAU - D'or, au chevron de gueules, accompagné de trois têtes de More tortillées (Rietstap: bandées) d'argent; au chef d'azur, chargé de trois pommes de pin d'or, les tiges en haut (Armoiries ...);
  2-3.  GAMART - D'azur au chevron acc en chef de deux étoiles et en pointe d'un lion le tout d'or. (Rietstap ).
From this marriage:
   1.  Claire-François-Louis (see also VII.1).

VII.1    Claire-François-Louis CHAPPUZEAU de BEAUGÉ, son of Louis Daniel CHAPPUZEAU de BEAUGÉ (see also VI.1) and Marie-Antoinette de HEM.
# Anne NICOLE.
From this marriage:
   1.  Marie CHAPPUZEAU de VIEFVILLERS. Living descendants in Belgium.

III.7    Charles CHAPPUZEAU, for over 40 years secretary in the King's Private Council, * Poitou 26 Oct 1577, † 1644, son of François CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.8) and Jeanne PELISSON.
# 1605 Anne POULET, from Sedan.
From this marriage:
   1.  Charles, * 1608, † 1641.
   2.  Pierre, * 1612.
   3.  Marie, * 1614, went to England.
   4.  Daniel, * 1620.
   5.  Joachime, ~ Montcerf 1618.
   6.  Anne, * 1621-1624.
   7.  Samuel, ~ Paris 16 Jun 1625 (see also IV.12).

IV.12    Samuel CHAPPUZEAU, ~ Paris 16 Jun 1625, † 18 Aug?, buried Celle 31 Aug 1701, son of Charles CHAPPUZEAU (see also III.8) and Anne POULET.
Educator of pages and princes, writer, see wikipedia and (German) this page of the University of Vienna.
# (1) <1652 Maria de la SARRA (SARRAZ), † 9 Jul 1662, said to belong to the noble Savoyan Salteur de la Serraz family, but maybe that is wrong, dr. of NN de la SARRAZ, "Syndicus" (legal advisor) of Cossonay (Savoy, now Vaud Switz.), and NN BRITEUX (maybe BOITEUX??).
"Le sieur Boiteux, ministre et principal au collège" in Geneva (i.e. David le Boiteux, Recteur de l'Académie de Calvin from 1592 to 1595) was said by Samuel to have been Maria's great-grandfather.
# (2) 1662 Marie TRICHOT, * <1642, buried Celle 12 May 1714, daughter of Louis TRICHOT from Sedan.
From the first marriage:
   1.  Laurent, † Hannover 7 Mar 1725.
Eggers wrote there was a fourth son whose name he didn't know; that must have been this Lorenz or Laurent Chappuzeau, son of Samuel, who was an apprentice clockmaker in 1674 near Geneva and registered in Hannover in 1689. He was listed there as a watchmaker in 1690 and became "Hofuhrmacher", he was watchmaker to the Elector of Hanover (later King George) - "Kurfürstlicher Braunschweigisch-Lüneburgischer Hofmechanicus".
# (1) London 1685 Jean GOAD.
# (2) London 1687 Anne NOEL, † (as a widow) Hannover 1734.
From the first or second marriage probably
  1. John Christopher or Christian CHAPPUZEAU, † London 1748 (as a widower), mentioned 1717-1723 as a watchmaker
    X 1718 Martha GWILLIMS.
  2. Jacob (de) CHAPPUZEAU, captain in the Russian navy, † St Petersburg Russia 1734
    X St Petersburg 8 May 1718 Madeleine Anne KELLERMANN; see genealogy.wikia.com and Stael von Holstein family.
From the second marriage:
  1. Helene Clara CHAPPUZEAU, * Hannover 17 June 1690,† Danzig 11 Feb 1768,
    X Lübeck 3 Sep 1720, Ø 1726 Ludwig Moritz Abraham von L'ESTOCQ, Kurfstl. sächs. Oberstlt., * Celle 22 Sep 1689, † Niemegk 25 Feb 1774.
    Descendants until at least 1900.
   2.  Christoph, * Amsterdam 15 Nov 1656 (see also V.13).
   3.  Henri Albert, ~Leiden (Wall. Ch.) 7 Jan 1660, witn. Albert Snoeckaert.
Eggers says the second son was Dr. med. Albert Louis.
   4.  Lucrèce, ~ 1661.
   5.  Jean, ~ Charenton 2 Jul 1662.

From the second marriage: (all christenings St Pierre, Geneva)
   6.  Ève, */~ Geneva 21 Sep 1663 (see also V.21).
   7.  Judith, * Geneva 29 Jan, ~ 3 Feb 1665.
   8.  Madelaine, * Geneva 2 Nov, ~ 3 Nov 1666.
   9.  Christine, * Geneva 1 Jun , ~ 3 Jun 1668.
# 1705 Mathurin BRACHET, court clockmaker in Celle, from Rochechouart in Poitou (now Haute Vienne, Limousin), † Hannover 28 Mar 1715 (he married < 1694 Marianne RAYNAUD from Metz).
  10.  Madelaine-Louise, * Geneva 5 Jul, ~ 28 Jul 1670, † 17 May 1749.
# 11 Oct 1712 Johann Heinrich BÜTTNER, secretary in Lüneburg, † 30 Apr 1745.
  11.  Sigismund, ~ Geneva 10 Jan 1672.
  12.  Vincent, * Paris 21 Jul 1676, buried 7 Aug 1676 in the cimetière des Saints-Pères in Paris, in the presence of his father and Vincent Savin, banker, who was his godfather..

 
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V.13    Christoph CHAPPUZEAU, secretary of the Duke of Celle, * Amsterdam 15 Nov 1656, ~ Amsterdam (Old Walloon Church) 16 Nov 1656, † Celle 11 Mar 1732, ancestor of the German Chappuzeau family (many army officers, church ministers and civil servants), son of Samuel CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.1) and Maria de la SERRA (SERRAZ).
# Celle castle 17 Oct 1681 Anna Katharine PFLAUMBAUM, * Wolfenbüttel 26 Feb 1661, † 1744, dr. of Karl Heinrich PFLAUMBAUM (PFLAUMENBAUM), Hauptmann, goldsmith and jeweller in Lüneburg, and Anna Margarethe BUSSE.
From this marriage:
   1.  Jeremias Hermann, Kanzlist (clerk), * Celle 22 Oct 1682.
# (1) 5 Dec (Nov?) 1716 Clara Agnes SCHARF, † 13 Aug 1718, dr. of Peter Barthold SCHARF, clergyman in Hoya, and Maria Dorothea HILDEBRANDT.
Daughterfrom the first marriage:
  1. Katharina Dorothea
# (2) 26 Nov 1721 Sophia Frederike CUMME, dr. of NN CUMME, Amtmann in Grenen.
Children from the second marriage:
  1. Christoph Barthold, * 19 Oct 1722
  2. Georg Friedrich Ludwig, * 8 Jan 1727, † 11 Apr 1727
  3. Johann Konrad, * 12 May 1728
   2.  Katharina Elisabeth, * Celle 9 Nov 1683, † 15 Apr 1689.
   3.  Helena Klara, * Celle 30 Apr 1685.
# 9 Jun 1705 CRAUEL, Amtmann in Campen.
   4.  Dr. med. Albrecht Ludwig, Dr. med. Leiden 1711, court physician, later königlicher großbrittannischer kurfürstlicher hannoverischer Leibmedicus in Hannover, * Celle 20 Sep 1686, † 1754.
# (1) 5 Dec 1724 Dorothea HUXHAGEN, † 5 Feb 1732, dr. of Dr. HUXHAGEN.
# (2) 1734 NN EINFELD, dr. of Rudolph August EINFELD, Stallmeister in Hannover(Eggers), Celle (site), and Marie Catharina HILDEBRAND.
      Sons Christoph Heinrich and Jonas Christian Hermann CHAPPUZEAU are the ancestors of all later CHAPPUZEAUs in Germany and Chili.
From the first marriage:
  1. Christoph Heinrich, * Hannover 1 Jan 1726, † Hannover 21 Oct 1791, 1755 first preacher of the Kreuzkirche in Hannover, succeeded in 1758 his uncle Nicolaus Eggers as Generalsuperintendent in Clausthal, 1762 kön. zweiter Hofprediger in Hannover, 1768 Abt (abbot) in Loccum; X Sophia Johanna Maria FLOTHO, dr. of FLOTHO, Oberamtmann in Aerzen.
    From this marriage:
         3. Georg Eberhard Anton, * 1769, clergyman in Kirchwehren,
          X Charlotte Amalie Luise HACCIUS, daughter of Georg Ludwig HACCIUS, clergyman in Gestorf (link) and B.E.L. EGGERS, whose mother was Susanne El. CHAPPUZEAU; descendants of Chappuzeau-Haccius until now.
  2. Jonas Christian Hermann, * 21 Jul 1727, † 27 Apr 1785, Amtschreiber in Katzeburg, later Amtmann in Oldenstadt, X 1764 M.J.P. KAUFMANN, dr. of the Oberamtmann in Katzeburg.
    Ten children, descendants until now.
From the second marriage:
  1. August Christian, * 1736, captain in the Wendish regiment 1778, † Lüchow June 1803, unmarried
  2. Johann Friedrich von CHAPPUZEAU, ~ kön. Schloßkirche Hannover 10 Jun 1746, † Wesel 22 Mar 1802, Prussian service 1763, Major 1798, because of his merits accepted into Prussian nobility 13 Feb 1771; X 3 Jan 1798, Ø 1799 Charlotte Luise Christiane von KUMMEL.
   5.  Johann Christoph, * Celle 29 Aug 1687, † Soden 1 Feb 1748.
   6.  Johann Hinrich, Erbzöllner in Hitzacker: this function was given by the Duke to his younger brother Georg Wilhelm as christening present, * Celle 15 Dec 1688.
# 22 Apr 1717 Maria Dorothea SCHARF, * 6 May 1696, dr. of Peter Barthold SCHARF, clergyman in Hoya, and Maria Dorothea HILDEBRANDT.
From this marriage:
  1. Catharina Dorothea, * 29 Oct 1719, † 24 Dec 1743, X 17 Oct 1737 Karl Ludwig CORDEMANN, Amtsschreiber in Hitzacker
  2. Klara Luise, * 22 Sep 1720, † 13 Sep 1743.
  3. Christoph Peter, * 11 Jan 1722, † young
  4. Christoph Barthold Hermann, * 5 Dec 1722, † 17 Apr 1723
  5. Ludwig David, * 22 May 1724, † 1786, Zöllner in Hameln, X 26 Mar 1767 Eleonora Magdalena Henriette WARENDORF, dr. of Franz Erich WARENDORF, Pastor in Osterwalde; from this marriage:
    Johann Georg August, * 4 Apr 1769, Conducteur in Celle, later Oeconomierath in Lüneburg, X Ulrike SCHRADER, d. o. SCHRADER, Erbzöllner in Bleckede, and Luise CHAPPUZEAU.
  6. Georg Sigismund, * 26 Jul 1726, † 20 Jul 1796, Amtschreiber in Lauenau, later in Ebstorff, unmarried
  7. Johann Friedrich, * 9 Nov 1726, † 19 Mar 1729
  8. Gottlieb Konrad, * 8 Apr 1729, † 19 May 1729
  9. stillborn, 1 Nov 1731
  10. Heinrich Wilhelm, * 1 Sep 1733, disappeared as Auditor in Syke
  11. Marie Eleonore, * 19 Oct 1735
   7.  Georg Christian, Hauptmann in Hannover, * Celle 8 May 1690, † 24 Jul 1727.
   8.  Katharina Elisabeth, * Celle 4 May 1691, † 8 Dec 1719.
# 29 Dec 1716 NN WEYENBERG, Amtmann (bailiff) in Campen.
   9.  Maria Margaretha, * Celle 29 Jun 1692, † 1722.
# Johann Theodor MÜNCH.
   10.  Konrad Nikolaus, Amtmann in Nienburg, * Celle 31 Dec 1693, † Dec 1768.
# 10 Nov 1722 Katharina Lucia KOTZEBUE, dr. of Georg Karl KOTZEBUE, Amtmann in Westen, and Anna Katharina LINDINGER.
From this marriage:
  1. Anna Sophia Luise, * 14 Oct 1723, † 16 Apr 1777, X (1) 23 Jan 1748 Johann Konrad SCHOLING, Commissair in Nienburg, † 18 Sep 1752; X (2) Georg Philipp EVERDING, Oberst.
  2. Clara Elisabeth, * 12 Apr 1726, X (1) 13 Feb 1742 Christian Diedrich BERGSTEDT, Pastor; X (2) Hermann Heinrich BERGSTEDT, med. dr. in Hoya, * 1725/6, † 2nd May 1758; X (3) FEUERBORN, merchant in Herford.
  3. Margaretha Lucia, * 23 May 1730, X 1758 August Theodor HARDING, † 1770, Oberamtmann in Harburg
  4. Karl Christoph, * 26 Dec 1731, † 176., Feldauditeur
  5. Friederike, * 26 Dec 1732, † 13 Jul 1790, X 1759 her cousin Christoph Friedrich Bernhard EGGERS, * 1730, † 30 Jan 1805, königlicher kurfürstlicher hannoverischer Bergsecretair in Andreasberg.
  6. Luise Wilhelmine, * 5 Jul 1735, X Dietrich Julius RIECK, captain, † 1 Sep 1796.
   11.  Sara, * 5 Apr 1695, † 4 Sep 1695.
   12.  Maria Juliana, * Celle 8 Sep 1696.
# 26 Oct 1724 Joachim Sigismund SCHARF, Amtschreiber (secretary) in Wölpe, † 1736.
   13.  Georg Wilhelm, * Celle 19 Sep 1697, † 1 Nov 1697, god-child of the Duke.
   14.  El. Marie Chappuzeau
Eleonore Marie, * Celle 14 Dec 1698, † Neuhof bei Schlüsselburg, 27 June 1775, bur. Schloß Ricklingen cemetary 5 July 1775,
# 19 Feb 1726 Jobst Friedrich VOIGT, Amtmann in Wölpe, later Oberamtmann in Westen, † Westen/Aller 22 Sep 1755, bur. Schloß Ricklingen cemetary 5 Oct 1755 (see portraits and grave plaquettes http://gebe.paperstyle.de/familienstamme/v/voigt/274-voigt-jobst-friedrich).
Georg Christian Kotzebue (nephew): "La fête de Vénus", Hochzeitsgedicht für Justus Friedrich Voigt u. Eleonore Marie Chappuzeau, 19. Febr. 1726
   15.  Karl Wilhelm, Amtmann in Wölpe, * Celle 19 Apr 1700, † 1753.
# Margarethe GRÄFE, dr. of NN GRÄFE, Zollverwalter in Hoya.
   16.  Sus. El. Eggers née Chappuzeau
Susanne Elisabeth, * Celle 15 Jun 1702, † 30 Oct 1782.
# 10 Feb 1726 Nikolaus EGGERS, königlicher großbritannischer kurfürstlicher hannoverischer Generalsuperintendent und Consistorialrath in Clausthal, * 25 Apr 1689, † 13 Aug 1758.
   17.  Margarethe Luise, * Celle 2 Sep 1703.
# 14 Jan 1733 Johann Ludwig LYSMANN, Superintendent in Fallersleben.
   18.  Anna Hedwig, * Celle 16 Nov 1704.
# 3 Aug 1734 Wilhelm August LÜDEMANN, Kriegs-Secretair in Hannover.

 
V.21    Ève CHAPPUZEAU, */~ Geneva 21 Sep 1663, † Berlin 14 Jul 1725, dr. of Samuel CHAPPUZEAU (see also II.1) and Marie TRICHOT.
# Celle 1 May 1688 Charles RICHIER, master surgeon (Celle mentioned 1688, Berlin 1693, * Montélimar en Dauphiné 11 Jun 1653, † Berlin 19 Apr 1730. Huguenot, son of Paul RICHIER and NN CARON.
From this marriage seven children, five of whom died young.
   1.  Jaques, master surgeon: "... Jaques Charles Richier, einem in Berlin vor dem Richter der französischen Kolonie beeidigten Chirurgus ...".
   2.  Salomon, ~ Berlin 6 Jul 1704 (see also VI.43).

 
VI.43    Salomon RICHIER, ~ Berlin 6 Jul 1704, † 's-Gravenhage 30 Mar 1770, son of Charles RICHIER and Eve CHAPPUZEAU (see also V.21).
# Scheveningen 14 Oct 1736 Anna Catharine SCHMETZ, * Roermond.
From this marriage:
   1.  Susanne Jeanne, ~ (German Church) 's-Gravenhage 29 Sep 1737 (witn.: Johann Simon Stengel & Susane Dumas), † 's-Gravenhage 4 Jan 1812.
# 's-Gravenhage 6 May 1764 (Engl. Ch.) Johannes Hendrik KEGEL, * Beilstein (Nassau Dietz).
   2.  Jean, ~ 's-Gravenhage 11 Dec 1738 (see also VII.5).
   3.  Alexander Heinrich, ~ 's-Gravenhage 22 Jan 1741 (witn.: Catharina Henriëta Grafin von Golowkin (= the ambassador's wife C.H. zu Dohna-Schlobitten Gräfin zu Dohna-Ferrassières) and her son Alexander Graf von Golowkin).
   4.  Lisette, ~ 's-Gravenhage 8 Apr 1742 (witn.: Alexander Graf von Golowkin, Lisette Espérance Gräfin von Golowkin).
   5.  Franziskus Heinrikus, ~ 's-Gravenhage 20 Jun 1743 (witn.: François & Henriette Corbas).
   6.  Pierre, ~ 's-Gravenhage (German Church) 17 Apr 1746 (see also VII.10).
   7.  Johanna Carolina, ~ (Egl. Wal.) 's-Gravenhage 18 Nov 1751 (witn.: Charles du Bois & Carolina Buckeels).

 
VII.5    Jean RICHIER, master tailor, ~ 's-Gravenhage 11 Dec 1738 (witn.: der Hochedelgeb. Herr Johann Graf von Golowkin und die Hochedelgeb. Jungfr Maria Gräfin von Golowkin (children of Alexander Graf von Golowkin, Russian ambassador)), † 's-Gravenhage 20 Sep 1779, son of Salomon RICHIER (see also VI.43) and Anna Catharine SCHMETZ, liv. Noordeinde The Hague.
# 's-Gravenhage 6 May 1764 (Engl. Ch.) Maria Pauline BLOCK (BLOCQ), * 's-Gravenhage 22 Jun 1738, † 18 Mar 1786, dr. of Joan BLOCK (BLOCQ) and Mariana FAJON.
From this marriage:
   1.  Henriette Marie, * 7 Jan 1765, ~ 's-Gravenhage 10 Jan 1765.
O Rotterdam & 's-Gravenhage 2 Dec, # 's-Gravenhage 16 Dec 1792 Cornelis de VRIES, (tobacco merchant), * Rotterdam, widower of Pieternella de HAULTEPENNE de la TOUR.
   2.  Jean Martin, * 5 Jan 1767, ~ 's-Gravenhage 11 Jan 1767.
   3.  Anna Caroline, * 9 Oct 1768, ~ 's-Gravenhage 13 Oct 1768, remained single.
   4.  Jacques Godefroy, * 3 Jan 1771, ~ (Egl. Wall.) 's-Gravenhage 6 Jan 1771 (witn.: Comte Jacques Godefroy de Rechteren).
   5.  Livia Nicoline, * 11 Mar 1773 (see also VIII.9).
   6.  NN, * 23 Dec 1779, † 's-Gravenhage 23 Dec 1779.

 
VIII.9    Livia Nicoline RICHIER, * 11 Mar 1773, ~ (Egl. Wall.) 's-Gravenhage 21 Mar 1773, † Arnhem 30 Nov 1842. She was called after neighbour Lieven Nicolaas Meybaum, a rich merchant, dr. of Jean RICHIER (see also V.3) and Maria Pauline BLOCK (BLOCQ).
# Christiaan Johannes GAADE, † 's-Gravenhage 6 Sep 1827, son of Christiaan Johannes GAADE and Maria COOPER.
Descended from them are the families D'Arnaud Gerkens, Bentz van den Berg, Henkes (jenever!) and the English branch of Gaade, see Muntjewerff site.
From this marriage:
   1.  Judith Maria, * 8 Mar 1799.
X Gerke d'ARNAUD GERKENS, * Leeuwarden 29 Sep 1792, son of Lyckle GERKENS and Anna Margaretha BECKMAN(S).
From them the D'Arnaud Gerkens family is descended. I have not found why Gerke added "d'Arnaud" to his name.
   2.  Jan Hendrik, * 23 Oct 1800.
X NN.
   3.  Martinus Willem, * 1802, † 1802.
   4.  Augustus Martinus, * 28 Aug 1805.
   5.  Henriette Maria, */~ Den Haag 20/26 Jul 1807,† Delfshaven 25 Nov 1835,
X Johannes Hermanus HENKES, owner of the wellknown Henkes distillery in Delfshaven (link Hist. Mus. R'dam), from the marriages with both sisters the Henkes family is descended.
   6.  Hester Nicoline, * 2 Feb 1809.
X Gerrit MONGERS, liv. Doesburg.
   7.  Anna Hermelina, * 12 Aug 1810.
X (1) Gerardus LEYDECKERS.
Anna Hermelina en Johannes Hermanus
                                AH Gaade - JH Henkes, painted by son Gerke Henkes
X (2) Johannes Hermanus HENKES, owner of the wellknown Henkes distillery in Delfshaven, from the marriages with both sisters the Henkes family is descended.

 
VII.10    Pierre RICHIER, ~ 's-Gravenhage (German Church) 17 Apr 1746 (witn.: Graf Peter Golowkin, Gräfin Nathalia Golowkin), son of Salomon RICHIER (see also VI.43) and Anna Catharine SCHMETZ.
# Scheveningen 21 May 1769 Elisabeth van RINGEN, ~ Alkmaar 4 Jul 1743, dr. of Rutgert van RINGEN and Johanna Catharina van RUNDEREN, liv. Kloveniersburgwal 1796.
From this marriage:
   1.  Johanna Hendrina, ~ 's-Gravenhage (Grote Kerk) 28 Dec 1766, liv. buiten de Weesperpoort 1796.
# Amsterdam 23 Sep 1796 Hendrik Daniel du COUX, * 1772, ~ (Egl. Wall.) Amsterdam 29 Apr 1772, son of Joseph Anthonie du COUX and Marianne FURET, liv. Kalverstraat 1796.
   2.  Catharina, ~ 's-Gravenhage (G.K) 4 Jun 1769 (witn.: Catharina Parmel).
   3.  Lisette Francine, * 's-Gravenhage 1771 (see also VIII.15).
   4.  Wilhelmina, ~ (Egl. Wall. as Guillemine) 's-Gravenhage 13 Jan 1774 (witn.: Jean Richier, représentant le Comte Guillaume de Swerin) (see also VIII.18)
   5.  Pieteronella, ~ 's-Gravenhage (GK) 10 Mar 1776 (see also VIII.20).
   6.  Jannetje, ~ 's-Gravenhage (GK) 8 Nov 1778 (witn.: Jannetje Jansen), † 's-Gr. 8 Dec 1778.
   7.  Elizabeth, * 's-Gravenhage abt. 1780 , † probably Shoreditch, London, 1870; she lived in Amsterdam 1836-1843.

 
VIII.15    Lisette Francine RICHIER, * 's-Gravenhage 1771, dr. of Pierre RICHIER (see also VII.10) and Elisabeth van RINGEN.
# (1) ca 1797 Hendrik MORGENSTERN.
# (2) 27 Dec 1805 Johannes Dominicus OVERBERG, * Amsterdam, ~ (Rom. Cath.) Amsterdam 15 Feb 1779, son of Matteus Robertus OVERBERG and Hermina van het SANT, liv. Egelantiersgracht 1805.
From the first marriage:
   1.  Henriette Lisette, * 9 Mar 1798, ~ (Herst. Ev. Luth.) Amsterdam 11 Mar 1798 (witn.: Hendrik Daniel du Coux, Johanna Hendrina Richier).

From the second marriage:
   2.  Louisa Charlotte, ~ (Herst. Ev-Lut.) Amsterdam 27 Oct 1799 (witn.: Wilhelmina Richier).
   3.  Lisette Petronella, * 19 Aug 1803, ~ (Herst. Ev. Luth.) Amsterdam 28 Aug 1803 (witn.: Petronella Richier).

 
VIII.20    Pieteronella RICHIER, ~ 's-Gravenhage (GK) 10 Mar 1776, dr. of Pierre RICHIER (see also VII.10) and Elisabeth van RINGEN.
# Amsterdam 28 Feb 1795 (witn.: Philip Trombag) Hermann Ernst SIEVERS, ~ Badbergen 9 May 1771, † son of Johann Conrad SIEVERS and Anna Elisabeth JÖDEKENS (see VAN RINGEN and SIEVERS),
as commissionair buying merchandise for others (in 1802 buying wheat in Holland and Germany for English companies), later owned the Dutch Herring Fishery Compay and ran a ship's outfitters by the Thames.
From this marriage:
   1.  Elizabeth Wilhelmina, * Amsterdam 31 May 1795 (see also IX.19).
   2.  Ernest George Frederick, * ca. 1797, † Uxbridge 1850 ("lunatic""),
X Arabella WILLSON
From this marriage:
   1.  Ernest Alfred, * Kensington, London, 1849, † Kensington, London, 1851.
   3.  Peter, * Hannover Nov 1800, X 1825 Emily Vernon Barlow BURNEY
(children see VAN RINGEN and SIEVERS).
   4.  John William, * London 21 Jan 1807 (see also IX.24).
   5.  Caroline Charlotte, ~ London 30 Sep 1814.
X Rotterdam 4 Jun 1864 Pieter Willem KOUWENHOVEN, ontvanger der directe belastingen (tax receiver), * 's-Gravenhage Sep 1805, † Tiel 15 jan 1889, son of Willem KOUWENHOVEN and Louisa Hasselina GIJSBERS.
He was married before to Arendina Maria Henderika ANNOKKEE (ANNOCQÉE), † Charlois 17 May 1862, see SURIE page.
   6. ? Charles Ernst, married, no children.

 
IX.19    Elizabeth Wilhelmina SIEVERS, * Amsterdam 31 May 1795, ~ Amsterdam (NK) 3 Jun 1795, † Rotterdam 19 Dec 1871. Waschbleeklaan 15 119, dr. of Herman Ernst SIEVERS and Pieteronella RICHIER (see also VI.17).
X London 11 Jun 1813 Johannes Hendrik Wilhelm SURIE, shopkeeper, broker, * Amsterdam 4 Jan 1791, ~ (Ev.Luth.) 9 Jan 1791 (witn.: Johannes Willem Sörie), father's name written as: Julius Anthonius Henrich Carel Sörie, † Rotterdam 28 Jun 1863, 1843 Retail shop Vijgendam 43, delicatessen (but lived in Vijgendam already 1841); broker in Indian products, Firma Surie & Co founded 1853; 1865 W.E. Sievers became shareholder in Surie & Kouwenhoven, registered in 1867, son of Julius Antonius Hinrich Carl (Carel) SÖRY (SURIE), butter and cheese merchant, ship owner, and Maria BARTELS.
From this marriage (see also Surie family):
   1.  Charles Ernst, * London 29 Jun 1814, † Rotterdam 13 Dec 1879. Founder shareholder in: 1853 Firma J.J. Surie & Co; 1-10-1865 Surie & Kouwenhoven; 21-3-1871 Wed. J.W. Surie & Zn & Co, 7-3-1893 reregistered by J.W. Grassfeld on the death of C.E. Surie 1880 (source Gevers Deynoot).
   2.  Fredrik Willem, * Amsterdam 7 Dec 1816, † Rotterdam 5 Feb 1851. Waschbleeklaan 15-25, remained single.
   3.  Petronella Maria, * Amsterdam 7 Nov 1818, aang. 10 Nov, † Rotterdam 3 Jan 1900.
   4.  Richard, merchant, * London 11 Dec 1821, ~ St. Duncan's, Stepney, London 9 Jan 1822, † Tiel 1 Oct 1893,
X Rotterdam 11 Sep 1851 (?) Clasina Johanna PIEPER, * Amsterdam 1817, † Rotterdam 24 Oct 1887.
   5.  Henry George, captain in Compagnie Barkschip Almonde of Rotterdam 1855 and later buyer and commission agent for oils in the family business H.G. Surie & Co, * Amsterdam 12 Jan 1824, parents living Krommewaal, † Rotterdam 10 Oct 1905.
X Rotterdam 13 Sep 1854 Catherina Helena LEHMANN, * Rotterdam 10 Jan 1830, † Rotterdam 13 May 1906, or 13-3? Dr. of Johan Sebastiaan LEHMANN, carriage maker, and Dorothea Catharina Frederika APELL.
   6.  Johannes Jacobus (John), merchant, * Nieuwer-Amstel 20 Oct 1825, † Amsterdam 10 Dec 1868.
X Amsterdam 16 Oct 1862 Jacoba Gerardina THIENSMA, * Amsterdam circa 1838, dr. of Gerardus Coenraad Abraham THIENSMA and Jacoba RINKES, actrice (played Badeloch in Vondel's Gijsbrecht, 1860), three stillborn daughters 1863, 1865 and 1867.
   7.  John William?? * 1826, † Muiderberg 1860.
   8.  Herman Ernst, * Amsterdam 16 Jan 1829, parents living Zeedijk.
   9.  Eduard, * Amsterdam 17 Jul 1830, † Batavia 10 Jul 1866.
   10.  Elizabeth Wilhelmina, * Amsterdam 29 May 1832.
   11.  Robert Hendrik, provision, tallow, oil and fruit broker, and manufacturer of margarine trading as Robert H. Surie & Zn, * Amsterdam 5 Sep 1833, † The Hague 10 Sep 1907, 1853 founder shareholder of J.J. Surie & Co, dissolved and reconstituted as J.J. Surie & Zn & Co Produce Merchants; 1-10-1865 joint proposer and shareholder in Surie & Kouwenhoven, 1-1-1867 reregistered; 21-3-1871 Firma Wed. J.W. Surie & Zn & Co dissolved in 1880 following demise of C.E. Surie.
X Rotterdam 27 Jun 1878 Anna Helena GRIBLING, * Rotterdam 1854/5, † Hook of Holland 17 Feb 1922, dr. of Johannes Mattheus GRIBLING and Elisabeth Wilhelmina SCHEFFER.
   12.  Carolina Elisabeth, ~ Amsterdam 1 Dec 1834, † Rotterdam 26 Jan 1865.
X Rotterdam 12 May 1864 Hermanus KOUWENHOVEN, merchant, * IJsselmonde 1808/9, 12 May 1864 (marriage) 55 years old, son of Willem Pieter KOUWENHOVEN, rijksontvanger, and Arendina Maria Hendrika ANNOCQUÉE.

 

IX.24    John William SIEVERS, merchant (1838), interpreting clerk (1855), artistic photographer ( 1877), * London 21 Jan 1807, † Manchester 4 May 1877, son of Herman Ernst SIEVERS and Pieteronella RICHIER (see also VIII.20).
X (1) London Jan 1830 Georgiana Aylwin JOHNSTONE.
X (2) Canterbury Feb 1938 Eliza WILSON, * abt. 1814, † Manchester 6 Dec 1877.
From the first marriage:
   1.  Ronella, * ± Aug 1831, † ± 1853, unmarried.
   2.  Andrew, * ± Dec 1834.
X Sarah BUDDEN, descendants in Australia.

From the second marriage:
   3.  John William Richier, ~ London 10 Dec 1841, † Liverpool 1901.
X Elizabeth NN, * Manchester ± 1854, † Liverpool 1902.
   4.  Eliza Hannah Caroline, * 20 Oct 1843.
   5.  Herman Ernest, ~ Soho, Westminster, London (St. Anne) 30 Oct 1844, † Chelsea, London, 1848.
   6.  Mary Emma Agnes, * Chester, London, Feb 1846.
   7.  Elizabeth Wilhelmina Jessie, * London 1848.
X Liverpool ± 1865 Thomas FLETCHER, descendants in the UK.
   8.  Lavinia Arabella Marie, * London 31 Aug 1855, † Pontypool Mon. ± 1932.
X Manchester 31 Oct 1877 John JONES.

 
VIII.18    Wilhelmina RICHIER, witness at baptisms of Pieternella's en Lisette Francine's daughters, dr. of Pierre RICHIER (see also VII.10) and Elisabeth van RINGEN.
# Martinus SCHNELL.
From this marriage:
   1.  Hendrik Daniel, * 24 Oct 1798, ~ (Ev. Luth.) Amsterdam 8 Nov 1798 (witn.: Hendrik Daniel du Coux, Johanna Hendrina Richier).

 

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