Johanna Jan (Anna) Coenen was born in 1578 in the Habsburgian Netherlands a State of the Holy Roman Empire. Anna was a daughter of Jan Jan Christiaan Coenen (1540 - 1603) from Akker in Wouw and Margaretha Jansdr. Monckaert (1556 - 1641) from Ekeren.
The ancestors of Anna.
The region's name is first recorded as the Carolingian shire pagus Bracbatensis, located between the rivers Scheldt and Dijle, from braec "marshy" and bant "region". Upon the 843 Treaty of Verdun it was part of Lotharingia within short-lived Middle Francia, and was ceded to East Francia according to the 880 Treaty of Ribemont. In 1430 the Duchies of Lower Lotharingia, Brabant and Limburg were inherited by Philip the Good of Burgundy and became part of the Burgundian Netherlands. In 1477 the Duchy of Brabant became part of the House of Habsburg as part of the dowry of Mary of Burgundy. At that time the Duchy extended from Luttre, south of Nivelles to 's Hertogenbosch, with Leuven as the capital city.
Anna married in 1576 Willem Peter Willem van Henxtum alias van Delft (1576 - 1625) from ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
|Offspring of Anna Coenen and Willem van Henxtum van Delft (1576-1625)|
|Geerling van Henxtum alias van Delft (1596-)||27 October 1596 The Netherlands||The Netherlands||Unknown wife|
|Bernard Geerling willem van Henxtum alias van Delft (1615-)|
The descendants of Anna.
Through the family branch Aa family Coenen inherited the castle Zegenwerp at St. Michielsgestel in the Duchy of Brabant.
Anna passed away in The Habsburgian Netherlands (HRE)
- 1578 born
- 1540 married Willem
- 1596 son Geerling is born
- passed away