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|1||Decree of Napoleon and the adoption of the family name Laagland|
Decree of Napoleon 1811 on Family Names In the Netherlands
|2||Dirk Cornelis Kuiken (1746 - 1804)|
Dirk Cornelis Kuiken a Het Bildt farmer from Sint Jacobiparochie was a National Assembly delegate for Friesland in the newly formed Batavian Republic.
|3||Eeltje Foppe Laagland (1899 - 1969)|
A brief history of Eeltje Foppe Laagland
|4||Gerard Knorr (1856 - 1919) a biography |
Transcribed from a Dutch essay written by Judith Henstra
|5||Haring Donia (1323 - 1403)|
Haring Harinxma (1323 - 1404) was a powerful Frisian chieftain and Schieringer that lived during the 13th and early-14th centuries. Haring also used the surname Donia, and is considered the patriarch of this well known Frisian family. Another title used by Haring was thoe Heeg meaning 'of Heeg', where he was born and lived.
|6||In Memory of my Mother Trijntje Bouma - Langenberg
A brief history of Trijntje Bouma - Langenberg
|7||Jacob Jans Langenberg|
A brief history of Jacob Jans Langenberg
A brief history of Jacob Langenberg
|9||Jan Oedses Bangma soldier in Napoleons Army|
|10||Jancko Douwes Douwama (1482 - 1533)|
Jancko Douwama was a Frisian nobleman that fought to free Friesland from foreign rule.
|11||Joost Klazes and Akke Atzes|
Proclamation Book of Haskerland 1731.
A brief history of Matthijs Feenstra
|13||Pier Gerlofs Donia alias Greate Pier (Grutte Pier) (Abt 1480 - 1520)|
Pier Gerlofs Donia (Greate Pier) is considered one of the heroes of Friese freedom
|14||Ygo Gales Galama (abt 1450 – 25 Jan 1492)|
Ygo Gales Galama a 15th century Frisian warlord.