These are the next two pages on the document which seems to hold many answers for my research questions! I will be grateful for any help provided.
Dear JJ Johnson,
Based on the references in your other post I checked this doc. No full transcription yet, as both the burning of the doc and the handwriting are complex, but here some main findings already. It turns out that the document continues over two additional pages; these additional pages contain texts on inheritors confirming the proper receipt of their inheritance and the customary text formulas accompanying this. Luckily, it mentions the names of the inheritors, and at the top of the second page, also their ages in 1590 (date of the initial document) are mentioned. From that, it can be concluded that the couple had 6 living children in 1590. Based on the order they acknowledge the receipt of their part of the inheritance, the following order seems to be the proper one:
1) Jan Cornelisz, mentioned at witness when his brother Willem requested to receive his part of the inheritance in 1597. Probably 20+ years old given the ages of his siblings. Probably the person confirming reeceipt of inheritance in the partial note on top left margin of page 223; unfortunately part with date and name is lost.
2) Pieter Cornelisz, received his part of the inheritance on 27th of October, 1595, probably the person mentioned aged 19 in 1590 on top page 223, the name however being lost.
3) Annitgen Cornelisz, wife of Jan Jorissen. Probably aged 16-18 in 1590, given her place in the order of names on top page 223; age mentioning however lost. Although she is not explicitly mentioned as wife of Jan Jorissen, the latter is mentioned as witness and brother-in-law in the request of Willem Cornelisz in 1597 and Annitgen is the only possible candidate, as the other sister Maritgen was married to somebody else.
4) Willem Cornelisz. Given the fact that in his request of the 2nd of May 1597 for receiving his part of the inheritance he mentioned that he had 'almost' reached majority of age, he was probably the unidentified (name lost) person aged 15 in 1590.
5) Doe (probably short for Doede) Cornelisz, aged 12 in 1590 and receiving his part of the inheritace on the 8th of February 1603.
6) Maritgen Cornelisz. aged 8 in 1590. On the 20th of February 1604, her husband Lambrecht Willemss van Lintschoten confirmed the proper receipt of her part of the inheritance.
Dear Rene van Weeren,
This is very helpful indeed! There is also more information on the other document that you so kindly transcribed for me. At the top it mentions the persons appearing, the parents of Ariaentge, and mentions the death of one or both (byde) parents I believe. (can you tell?) Then there are two names that are unfamiliar to me. I wonder who took care of her. Her parents married in 1603 so she was an infant. I have looked at the next pages in the document and a guardian annually picks up 300 gulden or so, I think. I will post these pages, but it's more than one. Later the gunpowder mill is mentioned. Ariaentge marries Jacobus van Oosterwijck who appears in these documents after she has died (1636). Thanks again!
This is page 2 of the first document.
Page 3 of first document
This is from the same bundle, but two scans later, where there's an entry at the bottom mentioning the child of Lambrecht Willems van Lintschoten and the 300 Gulden/guardians, whose names I can't read
Correction to the note above: the parents married in 1602 (Lambrecht Wm van Linschoten and Maria Cornelisdr. van der Wyel)