Ghisburtus van Roesmont was a Dutch nobleman of some importance. His mother was jonkvrouw Adriana Theodorici Rover, the daughter of Dirk Edmondszn Roover. The Roover family appears to descend from one of the Radbot rulers of Holland who was given the name Roover, or Rover due to conquest of the Netherlands. Arnoldus Rosemont also descends to Radbot, who was employed by the Franks to fight the Normans, the Vikings, who were called Rovers. The elder Radbot was allied with the Franks to fight the Viking, many who carried a banner with the image of a wolf. Was their marriage with a Merovingian princess, and thus a marriage union to carry on this line?
The Rosemonts are mentioned in the genealogical book, Taxandria, an extinct province that was replaced by ‘s-Hertogenbosch that had no rulers, or Papal interference, which is rare. The Swan Brethren appear to have owned Saint John’s Church, and ran its affairs as a guild.
Ghisburtus Rosemont was the church warden of Saint John, and later sat in the ships chair. The chances her knew the Renaissance Artist, Hieronymus Bosch, and his father, is very high for his job to was to hire artists and craftsman.
“Only in 1454th – in 1455 were Van Aken and his wife a member of the Brotherhood of Our Lady . In 1461 – 1462 kreeg he was commissioned damaged (by fire) altarpiece of the Brotherhood in the former St. John’s Church in collaboration with the master painter Claes Schoonhoven.
This is a remarkable discover. It puts my kindred at the heart of the Dutch Renaissance, for starters.
Here is a translation of a event, a miracle. There is a box. What is the object. What is “Cloth Hall”?
“On March 16, 1384, Ghijsbrecht Rosemont, witnessed a miracle with Jacob Mertensz. [No. 322 Miracles of Our Lady at ‘s-Hertogenbosch 1381-1603].
Henrick Painter, ships from Den Bosch in 1383 shared in 1397 with Chris Ruffle Mont Tijn a box in the Cloth Hall, which had been the case. Late Godscalck Roes Mont. In 1430 Godschalk Roes Mouth, buy the high sheriff of Den Bosch and Meierij castle Maurick. In 1442 he sold it back to Henry of Vladeracken.
The emblem worn by the Swan Brethren depicts a a rose, or lily,
amongst thorns. At the root of the rose is the Latin word SICUT which
is the first word from a line from Song of Songs.
2:2. As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters.
Sicut lilium inter spinas sic amica mea inter filias
On the façade of the Swan Brethren House are four statues, effigies
of Prince William 1 of Orange, Ghisbertus van der Poorten, Gerardus
of Uden, and Earl Floris van Egmond van Buren. Gerardus is the knight
with the shield. Ghisbertus may be second from the right. I have
every reason to believe Ghisbertus is Ghisbertus Roesmont son of
Danielis Roesmont, a Swan Brethren, and Adriana Theodorici Rover.
Heilwigis Arnoldi Danielis Roesmont married Arnoldus Rover Van der
Poirten, or Poorten, meaning “of the port”. Ghisbertus sat in
the “ships chair” which I assume means he was `Captain of the Port’.
Because he was the Master of Janskerk Church, which was allied with
the Swan Brethren, I believe it was Gisbertus Roesmont who gifted the
house of the brotherhood in 1483, and thus is one of the four statues
put on the Zwanenbroedershuis.
The Swan Brotherhood dined once a year on roasted swan. They ate from
plates with their coat of arms upon them, and the word “Sicut” The
Swan Brotherhood commissioned one of their members, Hieronymus Bosch,
to depict the Wedding at Cana where Jesus and his mother were
present. The words “Sicut lilium inter spinas ” are associated with
the Virgin Mother and the Canticle of Canticles. It appears that the
Swan Brethren have created a Last Supper worship around Mary, who is
titled the Rose of the World, or, Rosa Mundi.
Leonardo Da Vinci said; “The Medici made me, and, they ruined.” Pope Adrrian was against the excesses of the Medici Pope and bid his friend, Godeschalk Rosemont to found the Pore Pope’s College after his death, because he believed only boys from humble roots were worthy to be the Pope. Adrian’s counter-Reformation was aimed at the Medici who had turned the Papacy in a business and giant art museum. We see members of the college on ceremonial parade. Next to the dancing wolf, we see the entrance to the Falcon Art College, that Rosemont was the master of.
The Swan Brotherhood also drank from a cup, or beaker, called
a “drinkkannen” or “drinkbeker” These beakers were owned by the
members and had their coat of arms upon them. Ghisbertus and Danielis
Roesmont were Swan Brethren, thus these beakers are the Rosemont
families Holy Grail, the third one I have found. It appears these
beakers enjoined the owner with the cup that Jesus drank from at the
wedding of one of his kinfolk. Here is a supper where a Holy Bond is
made between members of the Holy Family. This Holy Family associates
itself with a Lily, or Rose, and thus to wear the emblem of Swan
Brethren is to be joined to the Holy Rose Tree where you are seen as
a budding rose amongst the thorns. Here is where my genealogical
search for my Rose liniage ends, where it began. In the images above
we see the symbols and Biblical passages that were applied to the
Virgin Mary that come from the Canticle of Canticles.
Prince Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange is a member of the Swan
Brethren, as was his mother, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands. Prince
Willem is kin to Floris Egmond van Buren one of the statues of Swan
House, and the 8th. President of the United States, Martin van Buren.
Willem ran the New York Marithon using the name of his van Buren
ancestors who knew, or knew of, the Roesmonts.
Willem forfeited by law his succession to the British throne when he
married a Catholic. Did he marry a Catholic in order to end the split
between the Protestant and Catholics who had members amongst the Swan
Brethren? The Protestants hated the worship of Mary, born of the lily
and rose. However, with new information about Mary being Sophia, the
Goddess of Knowledge, there might be newfound Unity, a mending of a
great religious rent. With the rise of the Roza Mira Prophecy in
Historically the Meierij is the descendant of Taxandria, when that area comes under the rule of the dukes of Brabant in the 12th century. To protect the area from the counts of Gelre, the dukes founded a new ring of cities. Hendrik I of Brabant founded ‘s-Hertogenbosch (ca. 1185), Oisterwijk (1213), Sint Oedenrode and Eindhoven (1232). However, despite these foundings, the Meierij often suffered from conflicts and wars between Brabant and Gelre.
The bailiwick was prosperous in the 15th and first part of the 16th century. In these times many new monumental buildings were built (like the famous gothic style St. Jan’s Cathedral of ‘s-Hertogenbosch), the activities of well-known painter Hieronymus Bosch (also called Jeroen Bosch) and the Latin school of ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In the Eighty Years’ War, times turned bad for the Meierij. The area was literally a battlefield and was heavily plagued by continuous raids. Around 1590 the area was solidly in Spanish hands. Like the southern Dutch states of Flanders and Hainaut, the Duchy Brabant-Limburg had chosen the side of the Catholic monarchs of Spain. The strong catholic Counter-Reformation had had much influence on the population’s mentality and culture; the Bailiwick remained Catholic.
Radbout, captain in the army that the king of the Franks to the countries on the Rhine sent to extract scare the Normans (866-876 AD)., Burned and plundered there so soundly that the people called him “de Roover ‘;
The Renaissance in the Low Countries is the cultural period that roughly corresponds to the 16th century in the Low Countries.
Culture in the Netherlands at the end of the 15th century was influenced by the Italian Renaissance, through trade via Bruges which made Flanders wealthy. Its nobles commissioned artists who became known across Europe. In science, the anatomist Andreas Vesalius led the way; in cartography, Gerardus Mercator‘s map assisted explorers and navigators. In art, Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting went from the strange work of Hieronymus Bosch to the everyday life of Pieter Brueghel the Elder. In architecture, music and literature too, the culture of the Low Countries moved into the Renaissance style.
The first indication of the place where the castle was built descends from 1312, then this property was of one Jan Liescep, son of one Gijsbert and telg from a considerable family at s-Hertogenbosch, who had married with certain Catharina. He died in 1352 and was ships of s-Hertogenbosch and member of the Illustre kind Vrouwe brotherhood. Children were Truda, Oda, Catharina and Gijsbert. Catharina thus married Van Broeckhove, with a telg from the family and came Maurick in this family. There is then already talk of keeps out at Vught with eenen bergh ende with eenre visscerien (fishery).
In 1421 talk of one Catharina of Maurick, had married with Hendrik van Maurick, originating from Maurik there, what was lain in yellow, which wood eenen keep out to Vucht with eenen berge daer huys on staet with eene visscherien ende eenen beempde daertoe behoorende. Sedertdien one spoke Maurick of castle. In 1429 it was well sold by one Oda van Maurick to Godschalk Roesmont, which ship s-Hertogenbosch were at. This came, because the sons chose for yellow that a bad relation with duchy had Brabant. In 1443 these it sold van Vladeracken to Hendrik. Its son Deynalt inherited it and sold it in 1464 to Goossen Heym, which was recipient of the Staten-Generaal in s-Hertogenbosch. In this time the gateway bldg. has been among others built, where construction master will have contributed Alard Duhamel, married with Goossens for the Goessen.
Rare early edition of this interesting Latin work on confession by the highly respected Louvain (moderate) inquisitor and professor of theology Godschalk Rosemont. The first edition was published in May 1518, followed by an edition of March 1519 (for H.E. van Homberch), this edition, and an edition in 1525, all published by Van Hoochstraten.
Godschalc Rosemondt (1483-1526) of Eindhoven was a distinguished alumnus of Louvain where he was appointed extraordinary professor of theology in 1515 and ordinary professor in 1520. For the half-year August 1520-February 1521 he was rector of the university and it was at this time that he was in communication with Erasmus (cf. Allen Ep. 1153, 1164 & 1172), who called him in one letter: “Vir melior quam pro vulgari sorte theologorum”. Rosemondt was less dogmatic than most inquisitors and his writings have been compared with those of Erasmus. He was also known as an eloquent vicar and friend of the Dutch Pope Adrian VI.
Between 1516 and 1519 he composed many devotional works, all but the Confessionale in Dutch. The Confessionale is partially a translation of the Boecxken van der Biechten but is far more detailed and lengthy. It shares some of its content as well as its amiable tone with the Boecxken, published one year earlier. The content reflects the fact that it is intended for a better-educated reader. It is the first book in which the Summa of Thomas Aquinas is used for resolving conflicts of conscience. For his audacious statements in chapter XX, ‘De excommunicatione’ Rosemondt was rebuked by Pope Benedict XIV, who considered the book to be in discord with the views of the church. Although Rosemondt based his arguments on old concepts of Catholic clerical law, he expanded these principles to a much greater extent than the church was prepared to accept. The conrector of the Latin School at Antwerp, Levinus Linius (+1533) contributed a laudatory poem, printed on the verso of the title. Tentler considers the Confessionale as ‘A work of learning and pastoral wisdom’.
Ghisburtus van Roesmont was a Dutch nobleman of some importance. His mother was jonkvrouw Adriana Theodorici ROVER. the daughter of Dirk Edmondszn ROOVER. The Roover family appears to descend from one of the Radbot rulers of Holland who was given the name Roover, or Rover due to conquest of the Netherlands. The Roover family would build Montfoort castle one of the most prestigious castles in Holland. These two families were keen on forming a marriage alliance as Arnold Rover married Heilwigis Arnoldi Danielis ROESMONT. For this reason I suspect the Roesmont Wolf names came from Roelof the Roover R + Odilia van Montfoort. Perhaps the Roovers owned Wolfhouse where the Roesmonts came to live in 1450.
Ghisburtus was the master of Saint Janskerk, and a member of Lieve-Vrouwe-broederschap that met in Janskerk church. Hieronymus Bosch was a member of the Zwanenbroeders (swan brothers) and was commissioned by the master of Janskerk to do a stained-glass window for the church. The Zwanenbroeders commissioned Bosch to do other work the most important being ‘The Marriage Feast at Cana’. This painting has symbols that relate to the Zwanenbroeders and thus this painting may constitute the only true riddle involving a brotherhood of men and a supper where Jesus is centerpiece. The worship of Our Lady is eluded to in the swan being served up on a platter. The swan is a symbol of Venus, but, with the presence of the crescent moon and the boar’s head, then this Lady is Artemis/Diana who unleashed the Calydonian Boar that was killed by the Arganots. This is interesting as Radbod made a treaty with Grimoald the Merovingian Frank and gave his daughter, Theodelindis in marriage. The Frankish nobles rose up against the usurpation in the palace of the Franks and bid Radbod to intervene with an armed force, which he did.
Above is the oldest Dutch painting in existence. It show four generations of Roover leaders in knights armour being led by Saint George, the pataon saint of knights before Maria. I am entertaining a theory that these Rovers see themselves as Arganots, and may be the source of the name Huguenots, or Haguenots of Hague where King Floris built his castle.
With the discovery of the original spelling of the ROESMONT family, I conclude that the the fictional movie knight, Floris von Rosemondt, is based upon a member of the Roesmont family. Perhaps a producer saw the coat of arms for Roesmont in the hall of Zwanenbroedershuis.
Jonkheer (female equivalent: Jonkvrouw) is a Dutch honorific of nobility. In Belgium, the title of Écuyer (in French) or Jonkheer/Jonkvrouw (in Dutch) is the lowest title within the nobility system, recognised by the cour de cassation.
1 Honorific of nobility
2 Title of nobility
5 See also
Honorific of nobility
Jonkheer or Jonkvrouw is literally translated as “young lord” or “young lady”. In medieval times such a person was a young and unmarried son or daughter of a high ranking knight or nobleman. Many noble families could not support all their sons to become a knight because of the expensive equipment. So the eldest son of a knight was a young lord while his brothers remained as esquires.
However, in the Low Countries (and other parts of continental Europe), only the head of most noble families did and does carry a title, with inheritance via male lineage. This resulted therefore that most of the nobility was, and is nowadays, untitled in the Netherlands. ‘Jonkheer’, or its female equivalent ‘jonkvrouw’ developed therefore quite early into a different but general meaning, i.e., an honorific to show that someone does belong to the nobility, but does not possess a title. The abbreviation jhr., or jkvr. for women, is placed in front of the name (preceding academic, but not state titles).
The honorific could be compared more or less with “Edler” in Austria or “Junker” in Germany, though due to circumstances of German and especially Prussian history, “Junker” assumed connotations of militarism absent from the Dutch equivalent. Comparing it with the English nobility, it could be roughly translated as “The Honourable”, when the untitled person is a son or daughter of a hereditary knight, baron, viscount or count, or “Lord” or “Lady”, when the untitled person is member of the old (Dutch) nobility, untitled but of high ranking, and from preceding 1815 (i.e. “Heer van X” or Lord of X).
The spouse of a jonkheer is not named Jonkvrouw but is named “Mevrouw”, translated into English as Madam, and abbreviated as “Mrs.” (with the use of her husband’s name). However, if she is a jonkvrouw in her own right, she can be styled as such (together with her maiden name), unless she chooses to use the name of her husband.
Title of nobility
Jonkheer is an official Dutch mark of status (not a title), as stated above, and is used as such, most notably by members of the Royal Family with the style Jonkheer van Amsberg.
Often however a title of nobility may be claimed by a family whose members are officially recognised only as jonkheeren, the title not being acknowledged by the modern monarchy either because the family is registered as untitled nobility and may thus only use the honorific or predicate, or because the family has not requested official registration of the title, but possesses a grant of nobility which predates the founding of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1815.
In Belgium, a number of families may bear the hereditary title of Ecuyer or Jonkheer.
The coronet of rank for untitled nobility in the Netherlands and Belgium is the same as that of a Ridder, i.e. a hereditary knight: a plain circlet of gold with eight pearls, five of which are seen in a representation, all on golden points. Furthermore, on the heraldic coronet the golden circlet is surrounded with a pearl collar.
Unrecognised titleholders use the same coronet of rank as hereditary knights, described above. Unrecognised titles can not officially use a coronet of rank and thus use the coronet that they have been historically awarded, if any at all.
Jonkheer’s most well-known use among English-speaking people is as the root of the name of the city of Yonkers, New York. The word was likely a nickname, as opposed to an honorific, associated with Adriaen van der Donck; a young Dutch law-maker, pioneering politician and landowner in New Netherland. While his business ventures largely proved less than successful, the city of Yonkers takes its name from his steadfast work in the formation of the state of Manhattan itself.
The word, in reference to Van der Donck, is variously spelled among modern scholars. In Thomas F. O’Donnell’s introduction to a translation of van der Donck’s A Description of the New Netherland, it is suggested that van der Donck was known as “The Joncker”. Russell Shorto’s The Island at the Center of the World has “jonker”, while Edward Hagaman Hall’s book on Philipse Manor Hall uses “youncker”. “Jonker” (old Dutch spelling joncker) is another form of the word “jonkheer”.
Jonker Street (Jonkerstraat) in Malacca, Malaysia, which derives its name from Dutch, can be traced back to when the Dutch ruled Malacca from 1641 to 1798.
Arnoldus Roes Mont (1190-1249)
In the fourteenth century, lived in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and surrounding Whirl Mont family. This family is also sometimes listed as Rosemont, Roosemont or Roes Mont. Like the Guardians of Roermond, this extinct genus, in all likelihood, at least in the Netherlands. There may be in the United States of America are descendants. It is not known when the family run Roes Mont settled in (nearby) ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Only in 1188, when Duke Henry I of Brabant, the new city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch founds, this area gets permanent residence. As Roes Monts in 1369 as having a strong position in the city, we may assume that their establishment has occurred. Least some decades earlier In the 13th century the Duke City is a rapid growth period by. In the first half of the thirteenth century is even lived outside the city walls. Possible that the first Whirl Mont has come at this time. From another part of the Duchy to the city For example, the city had many contacts with Dordrecht. In 1303 the inhabitants of the city were given the right of December 1, 1303 to January 6, 1304 free with their goods back and forth to go, provided that the burghers of Dordrecht have the same right of Den Bosch to Dordrecht. Also with Leuven, the mother city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, many contacts. This is evident from the fact that it is renewed. Closed in 1262 friendship treaty on July 28, 1313 by both cities The search for the origins however, we can further expand. In order to exist as a city, there should be driven trade with other cities. For security reasons, we rely on each other. Regular one is threatened by the armies of other areas. Especially just after the great plague (1348-1350), cities are vulnerable. In 1355 thirty-six cities in Brabant and freedoms mutually covenant of mutual association. That this covenant is no insurance for peace shows the following year already as Count Louis of Male Flemish Brabant is within and wins Brussels, Leuven and Antwerp.
The search for the origin of the Roes Monts additionally do not have to be limited. Until the duchy Roes Mont may refer to the city of Roermond and that is actually the reason that this family is mentioned in this document. However, there are also other possibilities. According to some (vague) sources Whirl Monts were related to the Rougemont. Rougemont comes at some locations. The place Rougemont Quebec in Canada (and Rougemont) were disregarded, there are three places with this name:
1. It may be a reference to Mr. village Rougemont in Pays d’Enhaut in the municipality of Vaud, high in the Alps. Assuming that the arms of the place would probably be processed in one way or another in the coat of arms of the Roesmonds this option is off. The Roes Mont family wielded originally namely a rose in their coat of arms (and later a rampant black fox).
2. Rougemont is a municipality in the department of Côte-d’Or (Burgundy region). This area is also a Knighthood; “Order of Saint George” or the “Order of Rougemont.” The Knights had 27 noble knights. The Order derives its existence to the remains of St George was taken by the founder of the Middle East. The relic was kept in a specially built chapel and was important for the Burgundian nobles as Saint George the patron saint of the Knights is. The order was reformed in 1485, where it was decided that the members had to demonstrate 16 quarters, which means that all their
great grandparents of nobility had been. This also applied to the “Ladies of Rougemont,” a Women’s Association which was connected to the Knights. The Order still existed during the reign of Louis XIV died in 1715, but disappeared in the 18th century. Some sources mention the year 1824 as that of the abolition of this ancient order. The Dutch family Roes Mont will have been there, who in 1369 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch were already established and the Order was not founded in 1390 by Knight Philibert Miolans. Most likely not a member If in the future prove Whirl Monts from an earlier period, originate from this area, it may be interesting to find out. Listed pedigrees of the order (If they still exist).
3. Rougemont is a commune in the Doubs department (Franche-Comté).
Whirl Mont family, many transcripts known in the Bossche Protocols. The Roes Monts centuries form a powerful family in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and surroundings. They have many possessions and hold powerful positions. So Daniel Roes Mont, was alderman in 1402, 1411, 1423 and 1442, he was city steward in 1399 and 1406, and held for several years the office of steward of the areas in the city and Meyerij of ‘s-Hertogenbosch. He was married to adriana de Roover, daughter of Dirk Jonker Edmondszn., Ships and counsel, and his third wife Beatrix van Tuyl Gijsbertsdr. Another example is Gijsbert Roes Mont. Gijsbert or Ghisburtus of Roes Mont was the son of virgin Adriana Theodorici Rover. (Daughter of Dirk Edmondszn Roover). De Roover family seems to be descended from one of the Radbot Mr. esters of Holland who got his name in battle. De Roover famlie the castle Montroort. The family Roover and Roes Mont made a covenant through the marriage of Arnold Rover and Heilwigis Arnoldi Danielis Roes Mont. Ghisburtus was churchwarden of St John’s Church and a member of the Lady’s fraternity. After the death of the ships squire Henry Heym in 1427 Gijsbert Roes Mont took his place on the ships chair. He was churchwarden of St. John’s Church, a member of the Lady Vrouweplein brotherhood and died in 1449.
The Roes Monts are an interesting family. Their name is even today associated with intreges and secret invited shelves. The Roes Monts were members of the fraternity swans. This shelf was bidden ‘s-Hertogenbosch created in honor of Mary, under the name’ in the year 1318, the Brotherhood of Our Lady. ” This fraternity would be the continuation of the Templars and the Grail knights (see the book by J. van der Eerden’De city as a mirror of the kosmos’ from 1997). Also, the fraternity associated with the Masons. The Society now still exists. Since 1483 the Brotherhood owns a home in the Hinthamerstreet ‘s-Hertogenbosch. The Brotherhood currently consists of eighteen eighteen Catholic and Protestant members. The names of the current members are secret, but it is known that the Orange are members of it. The name Roes Mont comes in the sixteenth century, becoming less frequent. Between 1440-1450, the name Mont Roes before the sheriff Mijereijse bills. In the period 1454 – 1459 is also a single entry found. Yet their influence is not completely gone. In 1461 Ghiselbertus Roes Mont namely listed as ships in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In April 1472 and 1476 is one Ghijsbrecht Roes Mont listed yet. In 1672, then follows the last entry in the Netherlands.
Finally, some jottings about Roes Monts:
In the book of AC Brock in 1832, “Beschryving der Vryheid St Oden Red (2 parts),” states the following: “The noble Roes Mont, which are included among the brothers of illustrious Collegie in ‘s Hertogenbosch (…) and among the Aldermen hereto capital, was, of old also Red (= St. Oedenrode) seated. In schepene Food (?) Of Belooke Paaschen 1404, Lucas Roes Mont listed owner, word as well as in food (?) On February 7, 1523 was certainly homestead to Rijsingen located still owned these family Roes Mont than any race out here has been lost. ”
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Daniel Roesmong contra Jan van Coudenberge on goods Wolf Winckel in Geldrop. [Verdict Books Council of Brabant Brussels inventory numbers 525-673 period 15th – 17th centuries; inventory number 528].
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reservoirs. bissiness income between these reservoirs. Pertien teachings to feed law that reservoirs. Ghijsbrecht Roes Mont defendant trespass dich is geabsolveert to his income absolve him vanden aenspreken des reservoirs. Henrics Monick aenleggers, condempnerende den selving Henricke inde costen of desen gedinge to thy taxatien, reserving the selving Henricke ends in particular, that he has his straight aengaende of annuities dair Questie been opte good income persons permitted to dair inne otherwise held inne about aengesproken ones that follow all outstanding amounts at times late dair income income income soe alsoe behoeren sal we want ghij this says uutwijst feed right-income hooftvonnisse geminde Onsenhotel dear sir – gedaen income gescr. in onsser city Bruessel – April 1472 “: In 1467 to 1476 (? ‘s-Hertogenbosch) the we find the following entry to: Brueken of iiiij f. of Quetsuren: … by William Roes Monde that he has beaten one bendige wound Kath Line of the Arenest to compose for v s. gro.
Pauwels Haest Richt, who Gerit Molner and Peter Thom Gentlemen against Gysbrecht Roes Mont; fractures of xlv pound payment: Ghysbrecht Roes Mont authorized by jouffrouwe Mechtelt widow of the late Aerts Erwouts against Janne of Gestele; against Henric Moel Houbraken and against Willem van Gerwen; Then Goyns and Heyn Deekens against Ghysbrecht Roes Mont; Jan Arnts Steenwechs Laet and Heyntken Coelen against Ghysbrecht Roes Mont. “In that same year there should be a matter of Henrick van Doerne against Jouffrouwe Heylwich Roes Mont. [New account Lambrecht Millinc subscultetus or layer sheriff of ‘s-Hertogenbosch in the period September 10, 1476 until Christmas 1476 – the bill was presented to et court in Brussels by a certain degree of Geldorp behalf of the layer sheriff on December 10, 1473 here is the appointment letter from Lambert Millinck of May 29, 1477]
On 16-3-1384 is Ghijsbrecht Rosemont witness a miracle with Jacob Mertensz. [No. 322 Miracles of Our Lady at ‘s-Hertogenbosch 1381-1603].
Henrick Painter, ships from Den Bosch in 1383 shared in 1397 with Chris Ruffle Mont Tijn a box in the Cloth Hall, which had been the case. Late Godscalck Roes Mont
In 1430 Godschalk Roes Mouth, buy the high sheriff of Den Bosch and Meierij castle Maurick. In 1442 he sold it back to Henry of Vladeracken.
On April 18, 1426 Godschalk Roes Mouth rented three mills (two choirs and an oil mill) to William Poynenborch, Aert Laer Venne and Ghijb of Haeren against 21 mud supply in Den Bosch. Rye Later, a water mill passed into the hands of Jan Willem van Dongen Daniel, Magister Michaelis and Elizabeth children of the late Ghijsbert Roes Monts; Henricus son of Michaelis Eijnde Mans by Margaret widow of the late Ghijsbert Roes Monts, authorized by Godefridus and Jan sons Ghijsbert Roes Monts voorsz, go to erfdeling of goods: in St Oedenrode; chijnsen and leases. [Bossche encyclopedia RA 1841 12-9-1499 f 234].