Archival Research

Panel Makers


The Gabron Family – A Biographical Timeline

A timeline of the life and work of the Gabron Family

Ingrid Moortgat

Editorial Note: It should be noted that the drawn mark in the November 1617 panel maker’s petition does not correspond exactly to the mark found on the reverse of panels and identified as that of Guilliam Gabron by Jan Van Damme. The petition is written by one hand, probably that of a scribe, including the names of the panel makers and the drawn marks, not the panel makers themselves. This might explain the slight differences between the drawn and found punch marks for several panel makers.

The mark of Sanctus Gabron does not appear in the November 1617 panel maker’s petition. It was identified in December 2016 by Drs. Justin Davies. For the entry on Guilliam Gabron in Jan Van Damme’s article on panel makers (1990), click here.

How to cite: Moortgat, Ingrid. “The Gabron Family – A Biographical Timeline.” In Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project. Edited by Justin Davies.
jordaensvandyck.org/archive/gabron-family/(accessed 14 December 2018)

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The drawn mark of Guilliam Gabron from the November 1617 panel makers' petition

2 October 1586

Guilielmus, son of Hans Gabron and Catarina was baptised in the parish of Onze-Lieve-Vrouw in Antwerp.

Note: Guilliam Gabron registered in the Antwerp Guild of St Luke as ‘tafereelmaker’ (panel maker) in 1609 (see below).


Archival reference
  • State Archives Belgium / Rijksarchief België, parish Onze-Lieve-Vrouw, parochieregisters doopakten, 1580-1592.
Bibliography
  • Jan van Damme, “De Antwerpse tafereelmakers en hun merken: identificatie en betekenis”, in Jaarboek voor het Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, pp. 193-236, Antwerp: Royal Museum Antwerp, 1990, 216-217.
  • Max Rooses, Geschiedenis der Antwerpsche Schilderschool, dl. 2, Hoste, Gent/Legros, Antwerpen/Nijhoff, ‘s Gravenhage, 1880, p 127-128

 

Mark of Guilliam Gabron (partially obscured) on the reverse of Bartholomew, Sir Anthony Van Dyck, oil on panel, 63 x 48 cm, Private Collection, London

1588-1598

Hans Gabron was registered as master in the Guild of Saint Luke as ‘oucleercooper’ and dealer in secondhand goods and paintings in 1588.

Note: in some legal documents he is also described as frame maker and as a Dean, presumably within a Guild (see below).


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 70 3, 1588.
Bibliography
  • Philippe Rombouts en Théodore van Lerius, De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen (Antwerpen: Feliciaen Baggerman, 1872), vol 1, p 326.
Mark of Sanctus Gabron on the reverse of Saint Paul, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck, oil on panel, 64 x 49 cm, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, Besançon

7 February 1593

Guilliam’s younger brother Jacques was baptised.

Note: Jacques registered in the Guild of St Luke as a ‘lijstmaker’ (frame maker) in 1615 (see below).


Archival reference
  • State Archives Belgium / Rijksarchief België, parish Onze-Lieve-Vrouw, parochieregisters doopakten 1592-1606.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

 

Detail of Bartholomew, Sir Anthony Van Dyck, oil on panel, 63 x 48 cm, Private Collection, London

1594

Trial in which Hans Gabron, ‘oudecleercoper’, is involved. The subject of the lawsuit was the sale of the goods of the late Jan Gilis.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Schepenbank, 7 7199, 1594.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.
Detail of Saint Paul, after Van Dyck, oil on panel, 64 x 49 cm, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, Besançon

16 March 1597

Guilliam’s younger brother Sanctus was baptised.

Note: Sanctus registered in the Guild of St Luke as a ‘lijstmaker’ (frame maker) in 1615 (see below).


Archival reference
  • State Archives Belgium / Rijksarchief België, parish Onze-Lieve-Vrouw, parochieregisters doopakten 1592-1606.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

1600

Hans Gabron, as oudecleercoper, sold the goods of the deceased Pauwels Van Der Borcht, dealer in paintings.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 228,
    f° 194-223, 1600.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 5.

10 April 1604

Hans Gabron, as an ‘oudecleercooper’, assessed the goods of Anna De Vos, daughter of Peter De Vos and wife of David Remeeus, painter.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 278,
    f° 209-217, 10-04-1604.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 108.

1609-1610

Guilliam Gabron registered in the Antwerp Guild of St Luke as a ‘tafereelmaker’ (panel maker) and ‘meesterssone’ (master’s son) at the age of 23.


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 70 3, 1609.
Bibliography
  • Rombouts, P. en T. van Lerius (1872), De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen, deel 1, 455, 326.
  • Jan van Damme, “De Antwerpse tafereelmakers en hun merken: identificatie en betekenis”, in Jaarboek voor het Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, pp. 193-236, Antwerp: Royal Museum Antwerp, 1990, 216-217.
  • Max Rooses, Geschiedenis der Antwerpsche Schilderschool, dl. 2, Hoste, Gent/Legros, Antwerpen/Nijhoff, ‘s Gravenhage, 1880, p 127-128.

16 March 1609

Hans Gabron, ‘oudecleercoper’, sold some goods of the deceased Maria Van Flinckenborch and her husband Arnout I Hoegaerts, dealer in colour (dye).


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 337, f° 179-311, 16-03-1609.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 203.

11 August 1611

Hans Gabron, ‘oudecleercoper’, witnessed the making of the inventory of nobleman Roeland Van Achelen.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Bartholomeus van den Berghe,
    N 3490, 11-08-1611.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 242.

 

26 March 1611

Hans Gabron, ‘oudecleercooper’, assessed the goods of Margriet Mostaert, daughter of the late Gillis J. Mostaert, painter, and wife of Jacques Van De Watere, joiner.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 361, f° 535-547, 26-03-1611.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 229.

9 July 1612

Margriet Parmentiers, deceased wife of the painter Georges Gelderop (Geldorp), owed Hans Gabron, 22 gl. for frames.

Note: in this document the profession of Hans Gabron is given as frame maker, ‘lystmaker’ (frame maker).


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 377, f° 152-165, 09-07-1612.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 270.

18 April 1613

Hans Gabron, ‘oudecleercoper’, witnessed the making of the inventory of Hans I Kner, wine merchant and innkeeper.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Hendrick van Cantelbeck, N 3367,
    18-04-1613.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 288.

1615-1616

Jacques and Sanctus Gabron, sons of Hans and younger brothers of Guilliam, joined the Guild of Saint Luke in Antwerp as ‘meesterssone’ (master’s sons), described as ‘lijstmakers’ (frame makers).


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 70 3, 1615.
Bibliography
  • Rombouts, P. en T. van Lerius (1872), De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen, deel 1, p  515.
  • Rombouts, P. en T. van Lerius (1872), De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen, p  544.

30 June 1615

Guilliam Gabron married Magdalena Coessiers.


Archival reference
  • State Archives Belgium / Rijksarchief België, parish Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Zuid, parochieregisters huwelijksakten, 1612-1624.
Bibliography
  • Jan van Damme, “De Antwerpse tafereelmakers en hun merken: identificatie en betekenis”, in Jaarboek voor het Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, pp. 193-236, Antwerp: Royal Museum Antwerp, 1990, 216-217.
  • Max Rooses, Geschiedenis der Antwerpsche Schilderschool, dl. 2, Hoste, Gent/Legros, Antwerpen/Nijhoff, ‘s Gravenhage, 1880, p 127-128.

4 August 1616

Nicasius Teckers started as apprentice with Guilliam Gabron, ‘tafereelmaker’.


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 70 3, 1616.
Bibliography
  • Rombouts, P. en T. van Lerius (1872), De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen, deel 1, p 531.

1616-1617

Guilliam Gabron lives in the Lombardse veste, probably in the house of his father, who is also recorded as living in that street.


Archival reference
  • Boek gehouden door Jan Moretus II, als deken der St Lucasgilde 1616-1617, Museum Plantin Moretus, MPM, Arch. 184, fol. 20.
Bibliography
  • Boek gehouden door Jan Moretus II, als deken der St Lucasgilde 1616-1617. Published by the Maatschappij der Antwerpse bibliophilen in 1878.

1617-1618

Sanctus Gabron, ‘tafereelmaker’ (panel maker) registers Corin Mans as a pupil.


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 70 3, 1617.
Bibliography
  • Rombouts, P. en T. van Lerius (1872), De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen, p  544.

13 January 1617

Debt of painter Andries Van Baesrode of 15 guilders to Hans Gabron for the delivery of panels.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 431, f° 310-331, 13-01-1617.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 1, p 385.

20 February 1618

Panel maker Sanctus Gabron married Maria Claessens. Her witness at the wedding was Michiel Classens, probably her father who also was a panel maker.


Archival reference
  • State Archives Belgium / Rijksarchief België, parish Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Zuid, parochieregisters huwelijken, 1612-1700.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

1619-1620

Pieter Heyndrickx started as apprentice with Guilliam Gabron.


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 70 3, 1619.
Bibliography
  • Rombouts, P. en T. van Lerius (1872), De Liggeren en andere historische archieven der Antwerpsche Sint Lucasgilde, afgeschr. en bewerkt door P. Rombouts en T. van Lerius, 2 deelen, deel 1, p 559.

28 October 1619

Guilliam, first son of panel maker Guilliam and his wife Magdalena, was baptised. Guilliam Gabron II became a painter.


Archival reference
  • State Archives Belgium / Rijksarchief België, parish Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Zuid, parochieregisters doopakten, 1615-1624.
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Van Der Linden, N 3863, 11-06-1671.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

25 May 1621

Hans Gabron, ‘oudecleercooper’, assessed the goods of Margriet Van Leemputte, widow of Gaspard I Van Den Hoecke, painter.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 483, f° 886-894, 25-05-1621.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 2, p 167.

21 January 1623

Hans Gabron, mentioned as a Dean, owed the owner of a tavern 4 guilders for drinks.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Dirk Fabri, N 1496, 1623.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

28 November 1623

Michiel Vrindt as ‘ouderman’ (elder) of the panel makers, Guilliam Gabron, Jacob van Haecht, Michiel Claessens and Lambrecht Steens stated that in Antwerp the panel makers made the panels, not the painters.


Archival reference
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASKA, Oud Archief Sint Lucasgilde, 99 83.
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Schepenbank, 7 538, 1628.
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Hendrick van Cantelbeck, N 3377, 28-11-1623.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

7 April 1624

Inventory of Joanna Schenckels, wife of painter Daniel Cristiaens. Debt to Guilliam Gabron and Michiel Claessens.

The address of Guilliam Gabron in this document is Everickstrate.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 482,
    07-04-1624.
Bibliography
  • Mentioned by Jan Van Damme, op cit., with the incorrect date.
    Jan van Damme, “De Antwerpse tafereelmakers en hun merken: identificatie en betekenis”, in Jaarboek voor het Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, pp. 193-236, Antwerp: Royal Museum Antwerp, 1990, 216-217.

1624

In 1621 at the latest, Guilliam Gabron lived in the Everickstraete or Everdijstraat.

He lived there until 1670.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 482,
    07-04-1624.
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Jacob van Waerbeeck, N 4639,
    26-08-1670.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

27 January 1624

Document mentioning the profession and residence of Guilliam Gabron, panel maker. He lived in the Everdijstraat in a house called the Paternoster.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Borchtochtboek van de wethouderen, 1415, 27-01-1624.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

5 July 1627

The deceased widow of Jan Van Haecht, merchant in paintings owed Hans Gabron 101 guilders 13 stivers.

The inventory records the ‘wylen’ (late) Hans Gabron, so he died before July 1627.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Hendrick van Cantelbeck, N 3381, 05-07-1627.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 3, p 58.

5 July 1627

Jacques Gabron, Guilliam’s brother, is mentioned. The deceased widow Van Haecht owed him 20 guilders.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Hendrick van Cantelbeck, N 3381, 05-07-1627.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 3, p 58.

30 July 1629

Jacques Gabron, Guilliam’s brother, is mentioned. The deceased Abraham Goyvaerts, painter, owed him 3 guilders.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 581, 30-07-1629.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 3, p 165.

18 February 1639

Painter Antonis Van Den Broeck paid 28 guilders 10 stuivers to Guilliam Gabron for the delivery of panels.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 697, 18-02-1639.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 4, p 239.

21 July 1640

Inventory of Johanna Daragon, wife of Johannes Cossiers. The inventory was drawn up by Johannes Cossiers, his brother Antoni Cossiers and Guilliam Gabron, uncle by marriage and guardian of the children.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Hendrik Fighé, N 1502, 21-07-1640.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 4, p 361.

25 May 1647

Guilliam Gabron II, painter, son of the panel maker Guilliam, received 64 guilders 10 stivers for painting the coats of arms on the tomb of his Majesty the Prince of Spain.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Collegiale aktenboeken, 584, 1644-47.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

24 April 1652 and 1 September 1654

Guilliam Gabron owed 8 guilders 18 stuivers to the sculptor Ambrosius Gast (10 guilders 13 stivers minus credit).


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Jacob Le Rousseau, N 2475, 24-04-1652.
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 881, f° 1-56, 01-09-1654.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 6, p 291.

1653

Guilliam Gabron II, painter, painted a resurrection for a church in Maldegem in 1653 for 99 ponden 6 sch 8 grooten.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Collegiale aktenboeken, 584, 1644-47.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

24 July 1654

Peeter Van Den Avont owed 40 guilders to Guilliam Gabron for the delivery of panels.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 879, f° 280-324, 24-07-1654.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 7, p 67

13 September 1664

The painter Jan Cossiers was the brother of Magdalena Cossiers, Guilliam Gabron’s wife. Magdalena and Jan Cossiers were heirs to their brother Anthoni Cossiers.

In this document Guilliam Gabron is mentioned. He paid Jan Cossiers his share of the inheritance of Anthoni Cossiers.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Kristiaan Hoeffs, N 2090, 13-09-1664.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

26 August 1670

Cornelis Gabron and his wife were going to live with his parents, Guilliam Gabron and Magdalena Cossiers, in the Everickstraat.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Jacob Van Waerbeeck, N 4639,
    26-08-1670.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 9, p 278.

15 April 1671

Inventory of Guilliam Gabron’s daughter Anna Maria Gabron (she died 16-10-1668), wife of Artus Quellinus, sculptor. Guilliam Gabron is guardian of his grandchildren.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Weeskamer, WK 1073, f° 39-50v, 1671.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 9, p 297.

11 June 1671

Will of Guilliam Gabron, panel maker, and Magdalena Cossiers, they lived in a residence called den Tobias in the Schuttershofstraete.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Bartholomeus Van Der Linden,
    N 3863, 11-06-1671.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

11 June 1671

Will of Guilliam Gabron II, painter.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Bartholomeus Van Der Linden, N 3863, 11-06-1671.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

24 April 1673

Guilliam Gabron and his son Cornelis are mentioned as elders of the panel makers. Guilliam Gabron could not sign properly because of his age and bad eyesight.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Renier van Reesbroeck, N 4454,
    24-04-1673.
Bibliography
  • Erik Duverger, Antwerpse kunstinventarissen uit de zeventiende eeuw, Brussel: Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, 1984-2009, vol 9, p 443.

28 May 1674

Statement that Arnout Goossens, woodcarver, is of high descent by Guilliam Gabron (appr. 88 years old) and his son Guilliam Gabron II (53 years old) mentioning the age of both.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Johannes Antonius Coppens, N 596, 28-05-1674.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

1 August 1678

Last will and inventory of Guilliam Gabron II, painter.

He died on 2 August 1678.


Archival reference
  • Felixarchief / Antwerp City Archives, Notariaat, Notaris Jan Karel Van Hullegarde, N 4148,
    01-08-1678.
Bibliography
  • Previously unpublished.

Genealogy of the Gabron family

See below for the family trees of Hans and Guilliam Gabron.

Family tree of Hans Gabron (click to enlarge)
Family tree of Hans Gabron
Family tree of Guilliam Gabron (click to enlarge)
Family tree of Guilliam Gabron