Arnold de Leeuw and his family

The mayor of Almelo requested that Arnold de Leeuw, his wife Louisa Mathilda Weyl and their son Johan de Leeuw be located, detained and brought to trial. The family lived at 19 Schuttenstraat in Almelo. They had changed their place of residence without the required authorization. This description referred to Jews who had gone into hiding.
Algemeen Politieblad, nr 36, 10 September 1942, 1019, notice 1799

Arnold de Leeuw, Louise Mathilde de Leeuw-Weyl and their son Johan de Leeuw were in hiding in a camp in the woods close to Vierhouten. The Waffen SS discovered the hiding place and the family was killed on the spot.
J. Thijssen, Het verborgen dorp. Ondergronds op de Veluwe 1943-1944 (Amsterdam, 2005)

The archive of the Stichting Sieraden-Comité contains, among other things, a statement of inheritance from 1949 and a list of the valuables the parents had with them before they were stolen.
NIOD, Records Stichting Sieraden-Comité, film 580, nr. 1686, file 46

In addition, Jokos files (numbers 12177, 12178) on this family or other family members are at the Amsterdam Municipal Archive. Access is subject to authorization from the Stichting Joods Maatschappelijk Werk.