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We start right after the siege of Alkmaar, in 1589.

Gravestone of Frans Jansz. IJpelaan, merchant of horses (Witte Kerkje, Heiloo, 1680, click on the picture for an enlargement in a new window).

Gravestone 1680

Nieuw in 2015
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
Marriages Castricum 1730-1780
Castricum’ sources
Castricum’ seignorial rights
Varnebroek
Genealogische documenten
Additions Van Noort / Timmer / Dingerdis.
Notes Hoogewerf / Beekman and Adrichem / Schipper.

Nieuw in 2014
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
Expanded : Egmondse bronnen : Inleiding
Additions : Adelbert of Egmond
Otto Oppermann, Untersuchungen, 1919-1921
Additions Castricum and Kronenburg
Notes by priest Bommer on the battle of Castricum 1799
Intended marriages Castricum 1708-1729
Genealogical documents
New photo's generation XIII, Gerard en Janny thanks !
Additions first generations (De) Reus / Orij, Knaap, Steneveld, Groot and Apeldoorn

New in 2013
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
C.P. Breed on the battle of Castricum 1799 (1912)
Members nederduits-gereformeerd Heiloo 1758-1830, preachers 1584-1856, thanks Wouter!
Genealogical documents
Additions and corrections for generations VIII-XI and new documents

New in 2012
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
Additions and corrections : Engelmundus of Velsen, with the first printed images and new discoveries
The Itinerarium Fresiae of Wizo of Flanders, a not so cunning fraud
Civiel begraven (Impost) Heiloo, 1772-1811, thanks Wouter!
Genealogical documents
Additions IJperlaan/Yperlaan
New photo’s family XIII.9, Joke and Peter thanks !

New in 2011
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
Bapt., Marr. and Fun. Limmen 1678-1754 is of Heiloo and thus replaced.
Bapt., Marr. and Fun. Heiloo 1678-1754, Frank, thanks !
Statute Book Castricum, 1679-1769, Simon en Hans thanks !
‘De Krocht is doorwrocht !’ A Report of Excavations from Limmen

New in 2010
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
Bapt., Marr. and Fun. Limmen 1678-1754 and 1751-1812
Verpondingenregisters Castricum, Bakkum en Limmen, 1731
Genealogical documents
Even more direct descendants and pedigree charts
A dozen Seventeenth Century documents with transcription
Additions Glorie back to 1676
Additions and corrections for generations III-VI
Additions Vader/Vaders
Pedigree Chart Ankeveen

New in 2009
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
The myth of St. Adelbert, 25 years later (drs. W.A. Fasel, 2009)
Genealogical documents
Additions and corrections for generations VI-VIII
Hundreds of direct descendants and many pedigree charts added
Some technical improvements
Prayer cards of Cor IJpelaan (1917) and Jannetje Tamis (1910), Thanks Linda !
Additions IJperlaan/Yperlaan, is it family after all ?

New in 2008
Historical Sources and Myths of Kennemerland
Historical pyrrhonism and the reaction to it
Alkmaar in the quicksand (drs. W.A. Fasel, 1979)
Revised and enlarged :
Adelbert of Egmond
Engelmundus of Velsen
The Transgressions
Genealogical Documents
Additions and corrections for generations I-V and IX-XI
Two newly discovered families (IX.9 and XII.9)
The fourteen families of generation XIII at multifarious request
Prayer cards of : Baart IJpelaan and Antje van Straten (1884 and 1879) and
Grietje IJpelaan (1897), Thanks Patrick !
A photo of Grietje Kloet-IJpelaan
and several prayer cards, Thanks Loes !
With the removal of the site more webspace became available, the photo’s and documents of generations XI-XII are available again, dozens of new ones were added or quality improved


Old address (1995-2008) : http://home.scarlet.be/~ijpelaan.


Start : 31 December 1999 | Latest update: 11 November 2016

Het huis IJpelaan te Heiloo
«At Nieuburg or Ypelaen in the north-east of Heiloo»
The old house Nyenburg, by J. Stellingwerf, [1740, redated at 1725], unsigned, paintbrush in grey, 153×194mm
(Regionaal Archief Alkmaar, catalogue number PR 1001254, click on the picture for an enlargement in a new window)

«A simple square living house of only minor layer placed under a pavilion roof and surrounded by a moat (over which a seperate small gate building closed the entrance) as well more inwards by a plantation of some size.»

De twee Nyenburgen bij Alkmaar / J. Belonje. – Wormerveer, 1956. – p. 38.


Responsability
Although this site is composed with upmost care it is the provisional result of an ongoing research for which not all sources have been consulted and others need to be looked over; the accuracy of the details therefore cannot always be garantueed.
For reasons of privacy protection the youngest generations in the genealogy are not or only partially represented.
Further details and visual materials are added with some regularity.
Provided that an acknowledgement of the source is given (http://ijpelaan.nl) data from this site can be reproduced freely for other reasons than commercial profit; notification of it is appreciated.
Additions, corrections, comments and remarks are welcomed.