Jacobus De Backer

M, #520, (c 1690 - a 1756)
Jacobus De Backer|b. c 1690\nd. a 1756|p520.htm|Gerardus De Backer|b. est 1650\nd. 30 Sep 1714|p2073.htm|Judoca Braeckman|b. 1650|p6885.htm|Adrianus De Backer|b. est 1630|p6886.htm||||||||||

Relationship=4th great-grandfather of Leopold Joseph DeBacker.
Last Edited=28 May 2011

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Jacobus De Backer was born about 1690 in Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium. He was the son of Gerardus De Backer and Judoca Braeckman. He married Petronella De Mulder on January 11, 1710 in Sint Lievens Houtem, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium.1,2 He married Maria Theresia Van Wielendaele after 1751. He died after 1756 in Renaix (Ronse), Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium.3

He has been identified as possibly being a son of Lieven De Backer.4 Jacobus De Backer was also known as Jacques DeBakker. He was the great grandfather of Arnauld Francois De Backer. He was a miller in Melden, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium, in 1727.5 He was an officer of the city of Renaix about 1733.6 He was sued by Fidel Martin Colbrant, lieutenant-bailiff of the city of Renaix over a quarrel in 1733.7 He was suspended as an officer of the city by the Intendant of the lord of Renaix, for the motive he outraged the "magistrat" (city council) of Renaix in 1734.8 He was the seller of the half of a water-mill located in Nederbrakel to his second wife, Maria Theresia Van Wielendaele. in 1756.9
For more information see article The DeBacker Family.
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Citations

  1. [S254] Ignace Mollaert, "Notes on 'Familiearchief De Backer n° 560'", c. 1990 (Erembodegem, Belgium). Attachment to email dated 29 Aug 2005. Hereinafter cited as "Notes on 'Familiearchief De Backer n° 560.'"
  2. [S389] Geneanet - Daniel DeBacker's family tree, online http://gw0.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=ddb1&lang=en, Married 11 January 1710, Sint Lievens Houtem, to Petronella De Mulder.
  3. [S42] Marc Decrits, Emmanuel Vercaemst and Guy Gadeyne Herman van Isterdael, Familie en persoonarchiven (Belgium: Archives of Renaix,, 2001), n 30 : purchase of the half of a water-mill located in Nederbrakel by Maria Theresia Van Wielendaele. The seller is Jacobus De Backer (1756).
  4. [S95] E-mail from Frederic Thomaes to Mike DeBacker, February 15, 2003, I also examined the "staten van goed" of Nukerke-Melden (Nukerke and Melden were two distinct parish church but there were only one "Vierschaar" (court and also infant court).
    I found two deeds, but the deed of 1628 gives no interesting information. The second deed is : march 5, 1746 : state of good of the late Jan Baptist De Backere, son of Lieven, and husband of Marie Livine Aelgoet, daughter of Andries. He died in Melden on december 8, 1743. Their two children are : Isabelle De Backere, eleven years old and Anna Catherine De Backere, four years old. The tutors are Jacobus De Backere, brother of the deceased, and Andries Aelgoet, father of the spouse, and Andries Aelgoet, uncle of the children. Heritage : ground in Meilegem.
  5. [S94] Rijksarchief te Ronse Herman Van Isterdael, Stad en Baronie Ronse (Ancien Regime) (Belgium: n.pub., 1988), n 2504 : case Pieter Massez versus Jacobus De Backer miller in Melden (date : 1727).
  6. [S94] Rijksarchief te Ronse Herman Van Isterdael, Stad en Baronie Ronse (Ancien Regime).
  7. [S94] Rijksarchief te Ronse Herman Van Isterdael, Stad en Baronie Ronse (Ancien Regime), n 2580 : Fidel Martin Colbrant, lieutenant-bailiff, versus Jacobus De Backer and Jean Baptist Deplecheins, both officers, quarrel (date : 1733).
  8. [S94] Rijksarchief te Ronse Herman Van Isterdael, Stad en Baronie Ronse (Ancien Regime), n 49 : suspension of Jacobus De Backer, officer of the city, by the Intendant of the lord of Renaix, for the motive he outraged the "magistrat" (city council) of Renaix (date : 1734).
  9. [S42] Marc Decrits, Emmanuel Vercaemst and Guy Gadeyne Herman van Isterdael, Familie en persoonarchiven (Belgium: Archives of Renaix,, 2001).
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