daughter Maria assessed for property tax on the Gulden Hoofd

September 23, 1733

On that date, the register titled Onroerend goed Delft Kohier van verpondingen over alle gebouwen in Delft en Delfshaven was presented to the States of Holland. It listed the name a property tax for every parcel of private property in Delft and outlying communities in its jurisdiction.

In probably the follow year, 1734, Maria Leeuwenhoek paid 15 guilders, 17 stuivers, the same as her neighbor, the widow of Henrick Kronevelt. However, her next-door neighbor on the north side, Hendrick de Meester, paid 17 guilders 10 stuivers.


OAD inv 1775 Kohier verponding alle gebouwen Delft 1734, fol. 251v.