Bosch, formerly an outstanding Mennonite family at Amsterdam, of brokers, businessmen, bankers, later also physicians; some were deacons in the Lamist congregation. There was a Bosch family, possibly related to the Amsterdam Bosch family, in Alkmaar from the 17th century. Jan Bosch was elder of the Alkmaar Waterlander congregation 1699-1714 and at Haarlem 1714-? His son Gerrit Bosch served the Alkmaar congregation 1721-1727.
Church records of Amsterdam and Alkmaar.
Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1891): 8.
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