There is some strange information you give. The name Goewey (= good meadow) is typically Holland dialect, esp. Northern Holland. The region of Franscherfriesland is unknown; but Friesland is. The name of the woman Eageletje is unknown; but I think you mean: Engeltje. The name of the man Able Poppessis not Dutch. Perhaps you mean: Abel. In that case the person might be a jew or a protestant. The name Poppess is unknown. The name Walter is German; the name Pieter is Holland dialect. So, I guess the man was living somewhere in the Dutch province of Holland. The name Goewey and other names of that kind are typically for the 17th century.