|Henderikus Kornelis Roosen (b
& Johanna Elisabeth Leenen
||9 January 1826||Harderwijk, Gelderland, NL|
||23 May 1864||Harderwijk, Gelderland, NL|
|Henderikus was born at his parents’ home at Luttekepoortstraat 332. He was also mentioned living there in the 1830 and 1840 censes of Harderwijk[2,4].|
Above – Luttekepoortstraat (north end)
Left – Luttekepoortstraat (south end)
worked as a Carpentry Joiner
most likely with
his father. It is likely that he lived all of his life in Harderwijk.
During the period 1855-1862, he was noted as living with his mother and two siblings Josephus Eligius and Wilhelmina in the Luttekepoortstraat.
In 1863, Henderikus was noted as a witness to the declaration of the birth of Antonius Wilhelmus Hendrikus Roosen. Henderikus' occupation was noted as Cabinetmaker.
In the period 1862-1870 he wass noted as the Head of the household. This reference recorded his occupation as Carpentry Joiner. His sister Wilhelmina and brother Josephus Eligius (now apparently separated from Sophia Soomer) were also living with him.
He died at his home in the Luttekepoortstraat – most likely number 332, which he would have assumed after his father's death. He was only 38 years of age. His death was registered by his younger brother, Josephus Eligius.
||Henderikus Kornelis Roosen birth certificate|
||1830 Harderwijk Census|
||Henderikus Kornelis Roosen death certificate|
||1840 Harderwijk Census|
|5||Antonius Wilhelmus Hendrikus Roosen birth certificate|
|6||Harderwijk Bevolkingsregister 1855-1862|
|7||Harderwijk Bevolkingsregister 1862-1870|