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Nanning van Foreest was born 1529 in Alkmaar, North Holland, Netherlands to Jorden van Foreest (1494-1559) and died 3 October 1592 in The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands of unspecified causes. He married Christine Quakels (-1560) 1559 JL . He married Maria van Hattem (1533-1624) 13 April 1566 JL in Alkmaar, North Holland, Netherlands. Ancestors are from the Netherlands.
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LL. M. Nanning van Foreest (Alkmaar, 1529 - The Hague, October 3 1592) was among other town council, Secretary and pensionary of Alkmaar, Councilor of the Supreme Court of Holland, Zeeland and West-Friesland, Deputy to States General for Holland, and committed the Union of Utrecht.

Nanning was the son of Jorden van Foreest (1494-1559) and Margaret, daughter of Nanning Beyers. In 1563 he married Christina Queeckel, who died one year later. On April 13 1566 he married in Maurik [[]]. They had five children: three sons and two daughters. His youngest son Nanning would in his footsteps as a director of the city Alkmaar and the region Holland.

Children


Offspring of Nanning van Foreest and Christine Quakels (-1560)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margaretha van Foreest (1560-1612)

Offspring of Nanning van Foreest and Maria van Hattem (1533-1624)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Hedwig van Foreest (1576-1645)
Nanning van Foreest (1578-1668) 1578 Alkmaar, North Holland, Netherlands 30 November 1668 The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands Matilda of Sonnevelt (c1585-1616)



Namesakes of Nanning van Foreest (1529-1592)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Nanning van Foreest (1578-1668)Alkmaar, North Holland, NetherlandsThe Hague, South Holland, NetherlandsNanning van Foreest (1529-1592)Maria van Hattem (1533-1624)Matilda of Sonnevelt (c1585-1616)
Nanning van Foreest (1529-1592)Alkmaar, North Holland, NetherlandsThe Hague, South Holland, NetherlandsJorden van Foreest (1494-1559)Christine Quakels (-1560) + Maria van Hattem (1533-1624)
Nanning van Foreest (1682-1745)Hoorn, North Holland, NetherlandsHoorn, North Holland, NetherlandsJacob van Foreest (1640-1708)Maria Sweers (1649-1720)Jacoba de Vries (1706-1750)



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