Pieter Willemsz de Blois, a farmer, was christened in Schipluiden on October 20, 1698, as the son of Willem Arijsse de Bloois (Blois) and Claasje Pieterse Overgaag. Pieter marries Jannetje Leenderts Hodenpijl in Maasland on March 28, 1734. Through his wife Jannetje he becomes the owner of the farm Het land van belofte (The land of promise). He was schepen (1745) and armmeester of Maasland, registered as wealthy on the list of defensible men in 1747. He was burried in Maasland on September 11, 1779.
Date, place: October 20, 1698, Schipluiden, South Holland, Netherlands.
Child name, gender: Pieter, male.
Parents: Willem Ariensz de Blois and Claesje Pieters Overgaag.
Witness: Aeltje Jacobs.
Date, place: March 28 (March 12), 1734, Maasland, South Holland, Netherlands.
Groom: Pieter de Blois, young man under Dorp.
Bride: Jannetje Leenderts Hodenpijl, young daughter, young daughter under Maasland.
Maasland, July 4, 1735, a child of Pieter de Blooys was burried.
Maasland, October 16, 1736, two children of Pieter de Bloois were burried.
Maasland, November 27, 1736, a child of Pieter de Bloois was burried.
Maasland, July 17, 1739, a child of Pieter de Blooys was burried.
Date, place: September 11, 1779, Maasland, South Holland, Netherlands.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Pieter Willemsz by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Pieter Willemsz: