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151 Death by drowning at 12 years of age in Emmen, Drenthe, Netherlands. Harm LANGENBERG
 
152 Harm served in the Dutch military reserve force known as the 'Landstorm' from 10th November 1915 until his discharge on the 19th November 1918 (source: original Landstorm discharge papers). The landstorm was founded in 1913. It's members were not to be drafted by the army unless the Netherlands were invaded. Fortunately for Harm the Netherlands escaped from the horrors of World War I.

Harm worked as a printer in a Newspaper and Book printing business (Osinga or Schermer Printers).
Harm is listed in the 'Algemen Adresboek Provincie Friesland 1928' as a 'Typograaf' (type setter) and of home address 1e Holl. straat 5, Bolsward (source: Tresoar).

Harm died at the age of 41 from what was believed to be lead poisoning. The poisoning probably a result of working in the printing business.


 
Harm LANGENBERG
 
153 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harm LANGENBERG
 
154 Source:
Information concerning Harmen Langenberg and Margje de Leeuw from
Genealogy de Leeuw Family
http://www.stamboomdeleeuw.com/beginE.htm 
Harmen LANGENBERG
 
155 Also known as Hermanus Jacobs Langenberg. Harmen (Harm) Jacobs LANGENBERG
 
156 Harmen Jacob Langenberg established a shipyard in Nieuwebrug, Friesland in 1820. Harmen (Harm) Jacobs LANGENBERG
 
157 Harmen died or was buried on 21 April 1798. Harmen Jacobs LANGENBERG
 
158 Died at the age of 5 months. Hendrik LANGENBERG
 
159 Occupation: scheepstimmerman (shipscarpenter) Hendrik Jans LANGENBERG
 
160 Both Herman and his brother Bart served as marines in the Dutch army in Indonesia during the Suharto led uprising against Dutch colonisation shortly after the second war. Herman LANGENBERG
 
161 Leaving the local Bolsward school at the age of 14 years, Herman began what was to be a 45 year career in the Dairy Industry. On the 14th of March 1949 at the age of fourteen Herman began working as a laboratory apprentice progressing to skilled dairy worker Buttermaker/Centrifugist at the Bolsward dairy factory "Hollandia Ltd" a producer of milkproducts and foodstuffs. Herman's father Jacob was also employed at 'Hollandia'.
In 1955, Herman (20 years) and his younger brother Martin (18 years) emigrated to Australia. The brothers departed from Rotterdam on the 13 September 1955 on the S.S. Sibajak. Like many new immigrants to Victoria, Herman and Martin were initially located at the Bonnegilla migrant camp in northern Victoria. They soon relocated to Dumbalk in Gippsland where Herman found employment at the Dumbalk Co-operative Butter and Cheese Company initially as an Ordinary Hand and quickly qualifying as Buttermaker.
After two years at the Dumbalk Co-op Herman returned to Friesland where he married Siebrigje (Siepie). Herman and Siepie departed Rotterdam for Australia on 11 February 1958 on the S.S. Johan van Oldebarneveldt. On returning from the Netherlands in 1958 the young couple stayed temporarily in Dumbalk (11 Feb - Aug 1958) before moving to Moe where Herman became senior buttermaker for the local co-op. After 11 years at Moe, the family moved to Koroit in Western Victoria where Herman took on the position of butter room manager in the newly built Murray Goulburn dairy factory. This was one of the biggest challenges of his career as he and his staff had to commission the new equipment which was the first in Australia. After 10 years at Koroit he transferred to the Leongatha Branch in Gippsland as butter room manager then factory manager. After 45 years in the dairy industry Herman retired in 1995.
Herman and Siepie ran a grazing property in Mardan for over 20 years. Herman passed away in 2012 after a long illness. Siepie lives in the family home in Leongatha. 
Herman Jacob LANGENBERG
 
162 Source: Stephan Langenberg - Person ID: I1511 Herman Johannes LANGENBERG
 
163 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hermannus Theunis LANGENBERG
 
164 During the great flood of 1825 Harmpjen's parent and siblings were drowned, at sixteen years of age Harmpjen was the sole survivor of her family.
See 'Daniël Langenberg, l1438' records for further details.  
Hermpjen (Harmpjen) LANGENBERG
 
165 See 'Media' above to view copy of Baptism Extract for Harmpjen Langenberg Hermpjen (Harmpjen) LANGENBERG
 
166 Information regarding family Jacob Jans Langenberg courtesy of Ingrid Beens. Many thanks Ingrid.  Jacob (Jacobus) Jans LANGENBERG
 
167 Jacob worked for many years at the skate factory and forge of the firm Ruiter located at number eight Jansstraat, Bolsward. Jacob was employed as master sharpener. Jacob is listed in the 'Algemen Adresboek Provincie Friesland 1928' as a 'smidsgezel' or forgeworker and his home address was listed as Tranendal 10, Bolsward (source: Tresoar). Jacobs wife, Leentje Luites Meester, was the great granddaughter of Geesje Geerts Ruiter. The same Ruiter family that established the Ruiter (G.S. Ruiter) Skate Factory (schaatsenfabrikant Geert Stevens Ruiter uit Akkrum/Bolsward). Both the Meester and Ruiter families originate from Giethorn. Jacob Jacobs LANGENBERG
 
168 Also known as Jacoba Jans Langenberg. Jacobje Jans LANGENBERG
 
169 In 1815 Harmen Jacob Langenberg (alo known as Hermanus Jacobs Langenberg) established a shipyard at Nieuwebrug near Heerenveen. He was succeeded by his son *Johannes Langenberg who was later joined by his two eldest sons Klaas and Hermanus. With no room for a third son at the yard *Johannes youngest son Jan would find employment in shipyards in Amsterdam, Sliedrecht and Utrecht.

In 1919 Jan moved to Leeuwarden and worked in the shipyard of Molle van der Werf. In 1920 Jan Langenberg took over the company. From this period the Langenberg shipyards built wooden sailing yachts and high-speed motorboats. In 1925 Jan’s eldest son Johannes Langenberg began work in the yard. During the following thirty years the business did well with the new popularity of sport sailing and many sailing yachts were built at the yards.
After 1945 no new vessels were built at the yards only maintenance still continued.
Johannes’s father Jan died in 1955. In 1963 the waterway was closed and with that came the end of the shipyard of Johannes Langenberg.

Source: Extract, translated from J.K. Kuipers 'De Jachtwerf J. Langenberg en zn. te Leeuwarden' in: Jaarboek Fries Scheepvaart Museum 1990, pp. 40-50.
 
Jan LANGENBERG
 
170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Johannes LANGENBERG
 
171 Johannes operated the Langenberg ship and boat building yards in Nieuwebrug, Friesland.


Source: Genealogy de Leeuw family
http://www.stamboomdeleeuw.com/beginE.htm 
Johannes LANGENBERG
 
172 Source: Stephan Langenberg - Person ID: I1511 Johannes (Hans) Arend LANGENBERG
 
173 Johannes was 63 years of age when he married Maria Frederiks Nijmeyer, Maria was 38 years of age.
At the time of his death at 70 years of age Johannes Gottlieb Langenberg was married.

 
Johannes Gottlieb LANGENBERG
 
174 Soest, North Rhine–Westphalia, Germany

Soest (zōst), city (1994 pop. 44,917), North Rhine–Westphalia (previously of the Prussian province Westphalia), northwestern Germany. Neighbouring towns are Langenberg, Hamm, Lippstadt, Erwitte, Werl. It is the capital of the Soest district.

It lies on the fertile Soester Plain (Soester Börde) in the Hellweg region, which extends south from the Lippe River, east of Dortmund. Although excavations have shown there has been a settlement on the site since Roman times, it was first mentioned in 836 (as Sosat). It is a manufacturing city and an agricultural trade centre. Soest was one of the largest and most important Hanseatic towns in the middle ages, with a population estimated at from 30,000 to 60,000. Soest was one of the chief emporiums on the early trading route between Westphalia and Lower Saxony. Soest is one of the oldest cities of Germany.

On the fall of Henry the Lion, duke of Saxony, Soest passed with the rest of Angria to the archbishopric of Cologne. In the 15th century the strife between the townsmen and the archbishops broke out in open war, and in 1444 the strong fortifications of the town withstood a long siege by an army of 60,000 men. The women of Soest were said to have distinguished themselves in this contest (Soester Fehde). Papal intervention ended the strife, and Soest was permitted to remain under the protection of the dukes of Cleves, but it enjoyed virtual independence under its charter. When the last duke of Cleves died in 1609 that dukedom was inherited by Brandenburg; after a short siege Soest was also part of it. The prosperity of the town waned in more modern times: in 1763 its population was only 3800; in 1816 it was 6687.
Although it was bombarded and damaged in World War II, a good deal of its old churches and the old city walls, including the gatehouse of 1526 remain. Notable is the cathedral of St. Patroclus, founded in 955 and expanded in 1166, which houses important Lutheran archives and a renowned Protestant theological library. The modern city has some light industry, and serves as a major cattle and produce market for its area. The 2004 estimated population was 48,400.  
Jurgen LANGENBERG
 
175 Marcell Langenberg was born and raised in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. He started in the optical business at the age of twelve, being a "gofer" for his father, Bart Langenberg. What started out to be an after school job for some spare cash, went a lot further. Marcell began working full time in 1979, became a partner in 1985, and has become sole proprietor after buying the business in 1993 when his father retired. Marcell and Deana have two sons. Marcell LANGENBERG
 
176 Information courtesy Ingrid Beens. Thankyou Ingrid. Maria Elisabeth LANGENBERG
 
177 Source: huwelijksregisters en echtscheidingen burgerlijke stand Overijssel 1811-1922
locatie Historisch Centrum Overijssel, locatie Eikenstraat
toegangnr. 123
inventarisnr. 2694
gemeente Deventer
soort akte huwelijk
aktenr. 99
datum 14-12-1822 
Maria Jacobs LANGENBERG
 
178 Cremated Theunis LANGENBERG
 
179 Source: Death Notice Theunis LANGENBERG
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tonny LANGENBERG
 
181 Cremation Willempje LANGENBERG
 
182 Source: Death Notice Willempje LANGENBERG
 
183 Also listed in Lutheran Church records as born in the vicinity of Hannover, Germany. Jan Jurgen LANGENBERG-BöMER
 
184 Information regarding Jan Jurgen Langenberg and Grietje Jacobs courtesy of Ingrid Beens. Thankyou Ingrid. Jan Jurgen LANGENBERG-BöMER
 
185 Note: Currently known as North Rhine–Westphalia this German province was in the early eighteenth century known as the kingdom of Prussia a leading state of the German Empire. Prussian territory extended far beyond the current territory of North Rhine–Westphalia.  Jan Jurgen LANGENBERG-BöMER
 
186 Antje Dirks Arriens Lont was the widow of Doeke Janszoon. Antje Dirks Arriens LONT
 
187 Aaye (Age, Haaye Tymens) Tijmens Meester Aaye Tijmens Meester
 
188 Alternative Name Spelling: Trijn Fedderix dr Mensema

 
Trijn Fedderiks MEINSMA
 
189 The Last Will and Testament of Trijn Fedderiks Chs. Meinsma

Trijn Fedderiks Chs. Meinsma of Hydaerd by will and consent of my husband Benedictus Idseerts Tibbinga bequeath the income from land that lies up to Makkum near the sea dyke to my descendants. On this St Anna day our informed pastor who lives in Hydaerd is aware of our wishes regarding our 36 pondamart of land and of the income received a learned descendant incharge will oversee so that my descendants and my husbands descendants can borrow the income.
If my descendants and my husbands descendants are not agreeable to who is choosen they will convene a meeting and and if they still cannot agree then they shall go to the head of Oldercloister and the pastor of Hydaerd and they will decide the most smartest of the descendants who should study and the descendants should go along with the pastors decision. In case there are no suitable candidates then the oldest descendants man or woman they should enjoy the income until that time that another suitable student candidate which will last till they are of 25 years of age to study. That this is what I wish and that they will continue this together so that it remains in the family if not it will go to the Oldercloister.
Or the descendants can convene and agree that a descendant could lease the land and income paid to a clark towards a fund this is my utmost wish, and I pray to the pastor to record and fulfill the above, and that I Bennidictus Idsert Tibbinga with my own hand sign on this St Anna Day the year 1479. 
Trijn Fedderiks MEINSMA
 
190 Individual Note:
Tijdens de onlusten der Schieringers en Vetkoopers, heeft Wykel veel leeds moeten verduren, want de eersten aangevoerd door Wybe Minnema en Beinte Rommerts, overvielen, in het jaar 1428, onverwacht dit dorp, en sleepten den Pastoor, HeetPeter, uit de kosterij der kerk met zich, onder het toebrengen van onderscheidene doodelijke wonden, en aldus half zieltogende, naar het dorp Sondel, tot voor de stins, die zijn zoon Agge aldaar in eigendom bezat en bezet hield. Nu toondenzij dezen zijnen gevangenen vader, eischten het huis op, met bedreiging, dat, zoo hij hierin weigerachtig was, zij dezen voor zijne oogen zouden doorsteken. Deze bedreiging zou den zoon bijna bewogen hebben, om, ondanks hem en de zijnen,bij de overgave, een treurig lot beschoren scheen, daarin te bewilligen; dan de bijna stervende vader verzamelde nog eens zijne laatste krachten, zijnen zoon Agge toeroepende: dat hij de stins niet moest overgeven, dewijl de zelve toch zooveel gelden had, dat de dood hem reeds nabij was. Deze manmoedige en roerende toespraak van eenen vader aan zijnen zoon behoorde zeker ieder menschelijk gemoed, in hetwelk nog een vonkje redelijkheid overig was, bewogen te hebben, om voorhet minst hunne, reeds zoo zeer geteisterde, prooi verder ongemoeid te laten. Maar neen, deze barbaren, gramstorig, omdat hun doel niet gelukte, maakten den bijna stervenden man, in het gezigt van zijnen zoon, op staanden voet, af, staakten toen hunnen aanslag en verwijderden zich van Sondel. Agge trok vervolgens buiten 's lands, en wierf aldaar vreemde krijgsknechten aan, met welke hij, in het volgende jaar, in Friesland terugkeerde. Nu vervolgde hij op zijne beurt in het bijzonder de moordenaars van zijnen vader, waarvan velen sneuvelden, en onder dezen ook Wybe Minnema, die hij met eigene hand doodde.


Source: http://www.holkema.net/np79.htm#iin10294


The riots of the Schieringers and Vetkoopers, Wykel many leeds have had endure, because the firsts invoked by Wybe Minnema and dragged Beinte Rommerts, assaulted, in the year 1428, unexpectedly this village, and pine pastoor, HeetPeter, from the kosterij of the church with itself, under dealing various doodelijke wounds, and thus halfly being dying, to the village Sondel, to for the stins, which its zoon Agge occupies bezat there in property and kept. Now toondenzij these zijnen prisoners father, eischten the house, with threat that, zoo he was unwilling, they these for his looking would cut. This threat pine will have almost moved zoon, for, in spite of him and the zijnen, at dispossession, a sad destiny beschoren seemed, in this at bewilligen; then the almost dying father collected once more his last strengths, zijnen zoon Agge calling to: that he the stins did not have deliver, dewijl itself the nevertheless zooveel had money that death him was already close. These manmoedige and movable speech certainly every menschelijk gemoed belonged of eenen father to zijnen zoon, in which still vonkje redelijkheid were remaining, to have moved, to leave very infested, prey voorhet less hunne, already zoo further in peace. But no, these barbarians, gramstorig, because succeeded, did not finish their aim pine almost stervenden man, in the gezigt of zijnen zoon, on staanden foot, then hunnen attack struck and removed themselves of Sondel. Agge drew vervolgens outside of the country, and recruted there strange krijgsknechten, with which he, in the next year, in friesland returned. He now continued his turn in particular the assassins of zijnen father, of which many sneuvelden, and these also Wybe Minnema, which he with eigene hand killed. 
Wybe MINNEMA
 
191 Died from leukemia at the age of 16 years. Gerrit MOLENAAR
 
192 The archives incorrectly record Gerrit Mondriaan's age at death as 39 years he was infact 40 years of age.

Source:

National Archives Netherlands
Bron Burgerlijke stand - Overlijden (Overledene)
Archieflocatie Tresoar, Frysk Histoarysk en Letterkundich Sintrum
Algemeen Toegangnr: 30-12
Inventarisnr: 3011
Gemeente: Franeker
Soort akte: Overlijdensakte
Aktenummer: B 37
Aangiftedatum: 03-09-1856


Franeker Municipal Records For House: Voorstraat 12, Franeker

The Franeker Municipal records for the occupants of Voorstraat 12, Franeker, the residence of Gerbrig Knorr lists
the occupants in 1856 as Gerbrig Knorr and her five children, Gerrit Mondriaan and his wife Johanna Ossen. The records lists the last place of residence of all as Amsterdam. The Mondriaans are listed arriving in Franeker in late May approximately one month before Gerbrig and her children on the 5th July 1856. Gerrit is listed as having been born in Gravenshage and Johanna Ossen having been born in Enkhuizen. Gerrit's occupation is listed as Kapper (hairdresser) and that he dies on 2 Sept 1856 as a resident of this home. Johanna Ossen is listed as leaving this address in 1857 and that Gerbrig Knorr dies on the 19th January 1859 as a resident of this address. The children are listed as leaving the address (to go to orphanages) on the 25th February 1859. 
Gerrit MONDRIAAN
 
193 At the time of Wilhelmina's birth her father Gerrit is recorded as a Kapper (hairdresser) in Aarlanderveen. Wilhelmina Johanna Margaretha MONDRIAAN
 
194 Before Hinke Noorderbroek married she lived in Oenkerk. Hinkes is recorded in 1907 as a widow and baker by profession residing at Spanjaardslaan 18, Leeuwarden. On her death she is recorded as residing at Stienserstraat 12, Leeuwarden.
 
Hinke NOORDERBROEK
 
195 Roelof died on 10 December 1853, shortly before on the 23 November 1853 he made his last will and testament. It is most likely that Roelof is the son of Nicolaas Hendriks Noorderbroek and Hinke De Vries. If this is correct then the Roelof was born on the 28 July 1814 in Leeuwarden and his brother Hendricus Noorderbroek married his wifes older sister Sophia. Roelof Nicolaas NOORDERBROEK
 
196 Also known as Douwe Douwama. Douwe OENEMA
 
197 The records show that Johanna Ossen was 39 years of age when she married on the 7 April 1852 which indicates she was born in 1812 or 1813. Gerrit Mondriaan was 35 years old at the time of this, his second marriage.

 
Johanna OSSEN
 
198 Gerlof Piers was also known as Gerloff Piersz.. Gerlof PIERS
 
199 Whilst still considered underage (a minor) in 1525 he was under the guardianship of his uncle Sybren Gerlofs. Gerlof PIERS
 
200 Wobbel or Wobble died March 14, 1571 with the notation: "honesta matrona Wobble Syrcks wijff" Wobbel PIERS
 
201 Wobbel Piers was also known as Wobbel Piersdr.. Wobbel PIERS
 
202 Also known by the name Ane Pybesz.. Anne PIJBES
 
203 Anne Pijbes was the brother in law of "Grote Pier". Partner in the property of Meyllsmastate to Kimswert, guardian of the children of "Grote Pier" (Pier Gerlofs). Anne PIJBES
 
204 Anne Pijbes was the churchwarden or 'kerkvoogd' in Kimswerd in 1521 and 1547 and 'Kerkvoogd' in Pingjum in 1539. Anne PIJBES
 
205 Aaltje Heins Pijlman was19 years old when she married. Aaltje Heins PIJLMAN
 
206 Individual Note:
Ten zuiden van Oosterend stond de stins van de familie Popma.

De Graaf van Holland, Willem III van Beieren, beschouwde zichzelf als de wettige heer van Friesland en dus ook van Terschelling. Op 3 mei 1322 droeg hij Claes Elfszoon op om voor hem, de graaf, recht te spreken, de opgelegde boeten te innen en kortom alle rechten uit te oefenen die hem als graaf naar zijn mening toekwamen. Hij noemde hem zijn rechter en beval de inwoners en allen die er hun zaken kwamen doen behulpzaam te zijn.

De Noorwestelijke vaarwaters.Volgens sommige geschiedschrijvers moet de gemeenschap van de Waddeneilanden met het vaste land rond 1300 ver-broken zijn. Een riviermond die al bestond (het latere Vlie) werd toen zo breed en diep dat het nodig werd om hier tonnen in te leggen. Behalve dit Vlie was er in het noordwesten nog een belangrijk zeegat, namelijk het Marsdiep.
Het oudste bekende bericht omtrent de betonning in het Vlie dateert uit 1323. Het betreft een overeenkomst tussen Claes Popma en zijn mederichters van der Schellingh, gesloten met de stad Kampen, welke van hertog Albrecht het recht had om
"tonnen moegen legghen jnt Vlie ende jnt Marsdiep". Volgens de overeenkomst met de stad kampen richtte Claes met zijn mederichter het "voerhuijs", het baken bij West-Terschelling op. Dit kan er op wijzen dat graaf Willem met zijn benoeming een Hollands tintje gaf aan een gewoon bestaande Friese rechtsituatie. De richter en zijn mederichter of mederichters waren de hoogstgeplaatsten, het gemene land de gezamenlijke vrije, grondbezittende boeren, de eigen-erfden.


Source: http://www.holkema.net/np79.htm#iin10289


Tussen het middeleeuwse Terschelling en de vaste wal bestonden nauwe banden. Zo ressorteerden de eilander parochies onder het 'Westergose' aartsdiaconaat van Sint Jan. De Johanneskerk van Hoorn werd overgedragen aan de nabije Friese abdij Lidlum en het Friese hoofdelingengeslacht der Popma's bouwde vanuit de omgeving van Oosterend aan zijn machtsbasis op het eiland. Ten zuiden van Oosterend stond de stins van de familie Popma.

Het eerste papieren spoor van de leidende groep op Terschelling dateert uit 1322. De Graaf van Holland, Willem III van Beieren, beschouwde zichzelf als de wettige heer van Friesland en dus ook van Terschelling. Op 3 mei van dat jaar droeg hij Clays Elfssone op om voor hem, de graaf, recht te spreken, de opgelegde boeten te innen en kortom alle rechten uit te oefenen die hem als graaf naar zijn mening toekwamen. Hij noemde hem zijn rechter en beval de inwoners en allen die er hun zaken kwamen doen behulpzaam te zijn.

De Noorwestelijke vaarwaters.Volgens sommige geschiedschrijvers moet de gemeenschap van de Waddeneilanden met het vaste land rond 1300 ver-broken zijn. Een riviermond die al bestond (het latere Vlie) werd toen zo breed en diep dat het nodig werd om hier tonnen in te leggen. Behalve dit Vlie was er in het noordwesten nog een belangrijk zeegat, namelijk het Marsdiep.
Het oudste bekende bericht omtrent de betonning in het Vlie dateert uit 1323. Het betreft een overeenkomst tussen Claes Popma en zijn mederichters van der Schellingh, gesloten met de stad Kampen, welke van hertog Albrecht het recht had om
"tonnen moegen legghen jnt Vlie ende jnt Marsdiep". Volgens de overeenkomst met de stad kampen richtte Claes met zijn mederichter het "voerhuijs", het baken bij West-Terschelling op. Dit kan er op wijzen dat graaf Willem met zijn benoeming een Hollands tintje gaf aan een gewoon bestaande Friese rechtsituatie. De richter en zijn mederichter of mederichters waren de hoogstgeplaatsten, het gemene land de gezamenlijke vrije, grondbezittende boeren, de eigen-erfden.



Between the medieval terschelling and the fixed rampart narrow links existed. Thus came under the eilander parishes under the ' Westergose ' aartsdiaconaat of sint Jan. The Johanneskerk of Hoorn were transferred to the close friese abbey Lidlum and the friese hoofdelingengeslacht of the Popma's built from the surroundings of Oosterend to its power basis on the island. At south of Oosterend the stins of the family Popma stood. First papers track of the leading group on terschelling date from 1322. the earl of the Netherlands, Willem III of Bavaria, therefore also considered themselves as the legitimate lord of friesland and of terschelling. On 3 May of that year he carried Clays Elfssone on to pass sentence for him, the earl, imposed to collect and in short all rights pay for exercise which him belonged to as an earl to its opinion. He called him are right and please the inhabitants and all came do that there their matter helpful to be. Noorwestelijke the waters according to some historians must be the community of waddeneilanden with the fixed country around 1300 broken. A river mouth which existed already (the later Vlie) became then this way broad and deeply that it became necessary here preserve barrels. Except this Vlie there was still a sea breach important in the northwest, namely the Marsdiep. Senior reported on the betonning in the Vlie date from 1323. it concern an agreement between Claes Popma and mederichters of of the Schellingh, have been closed confessed with the city camps, he who of duke Albrecht jnt Marsdiep "had the right for" barrels moegen legghen jnt Vlie ende. According to the agreement with the city camps Claes with its mederichter set up the "voerhuijs", the land-mark at West-Terschelling. This can on indicate there that earl gave Dutch tintje to Willem with its appointment to a simply existing friese situation. The richter and are mederichter or mederichters were the hoogstgeplaatsten, the malicious country the common free, grondbezittende farmers, eigen-erfden. 
Claes Elfs POPMA
 
207 Descendants of Elf POPMA

Popma Ancestors and the Island of Terschelling 'Skylge'

Until the Saint Hubert Flood of 1287 Terschelling was not an island at all and could be reached on foot from Frisia. Soon after the island became important for the Hanseatic fleets. For centuries the city of Zwolle was in charge of keeping the searoute of the Koggediep. In 1322 count William III of Holland gave Terschelling as a fief, including the low and high jurisdiction, to Claes (Klaas) Popma, a scion from a mighty Frisian family. From 1322 to 1615 Terschelling remained a fief of Holland. Terschelling was ruled as a grietenij, a Frisian district. In 1482 Rienck Popma concluded a commercial treaty with the English king Edward IV. The Popma family was not the only claimant to the jurisdiction of Terschelling: the provost of the Saint Donatus at Brugge and Cornelis van Bergen competed with them in the early sixteenth century. The final possessor at the end of the sixteenth century, Charles of Aremberg, discovered he owned an impoverished island. In 1499 troops of a Frisian warlord had plundered the island, and in 1569 the castle of the Arembergs had been burnt down. In 1615 Aremberg sold Terschelling to the States of Holland.
In 1666 West-Terschelling was devastated by the English. The English fleet originally planned to attack the Dutch merchant fleet which was moored before the coast of Vlieland, the next island to the west. When the Dutch vessels retreated towards Terschelling, the English followed, destroyed 150 Dutch vessels, and landed in the harbour of West-Terschelling. The town was burnt to the ground by the English only leaving the Brandaris light house undamaged this attack would become known as 'Holmes's Bonfire' after the English admiral Holmes. The Great Fire of London later that year was considered by the Dutch to have been God's retribution. The next year, in 1667, the Dutch under command of De Ruyter executed a retaliatory expedition, and dealt the English navy a heavy blow at the Raid on the Medway (also known as the Battle of Chatham), in effect ending the Second Anglo-Dutch War. In the eighteenth century whaling helped the islanders to gain some prosperity.


In 1612 Terschelling had been divided into two separate municipalities. During the reign of the Dutch Patriot government, in 1805, Terschelling, Skylge in Frisian became again a Frisian island, but in 1814 it was added to the new province North-Holland, and the island was united into one municipality. In 1942, during the German occupation of the Netherlands, it was decided to add Terschelling again to the province of Friesland, a decision confirmed by Dutch law in 1951.
The island in its current shape was formed in the Middle Ages from a sandy area called De Schelling in the west and the original island Wexalia in the east. The name Wexalia, Wuxalia, or Wecsile is the medieval name of eastern Terschelling. However this name disappeared at the end of the Middle Ages. The last appearance of the name Wexalia is in a treaty between Folkerus Reijner Popma, then ruler of Terschelling, with king Edward of England in 1482.
The oldest traces of civilisation on Terschelling date from around 850, when a small wooden church was built on a hill near Seerip or Strip. This hill was later used as a burial ground and is known as the 'Striperkerkhof'.
Although Dutch is the national language of the Netherlands, on Terschelling both Dutch and Frisian are spoken. Frisian is said to be the closest living relative to Early English. Historically on the western side and on the eastern side of the island Frisian dialects dominated. Whereas a Dutch dialect called Midslands was the main language of Midsland and the surrounding area on the center of the island. The use of the three dialects is on the decline on Terschelling and all dialects are slowly being replaced by the standard Dutch language. 
Elf POPMA
 
208 Individual Note:
Hij sluit op 21 mei 1482 een handels- en vriendschapsverdrag met koning Edward IV van Engeland. De gedachte is dat met "Paedsy" Paessens in het noorden van Friesland wordt bedoeld. Dat was in 1482-1483 en het was meteen de laatste maal dat de toen allang verouderde naam Wuxalia werd gebruikt

Source: http://www.holkema.net/np79.htm#iin10283 
Foppe Riencks POPMA
 
209 Individual Note:
Poppe was heer (schout) van Terschelling. Hij pachtte het eiland van Filips van Bourgondie. Terschelling was in zijn tijd belangrijk voor de zeevaart. Dit uit zich onder meer in het loodswezen. In 1413 konden schepen op het Vlie gebruik maken van loodsen. In 1414 kreeg Poppe Zyvaerden van Terschelling door de graaf het bestuur over Griend opgedragen. Uit de bewoordingen blijkt reeds, dat ook hier een feitelijk bestaande situatie op zijn Hollands gewettigd werd.
Poppe Zijvertszoon deed datgene waar het in feite om te doen was: hij betaalde, net als zijn voorgangers en opvolgers, het huisgeld aan de graaf:

"1422. Tegen kwitantie van de heer op de 25e dag van juni ontvangen van Poppe Zijvertsz. van Terschelling het huisgeld dat die van Terschelling de grafelijkheid jaarlijks zijn verschuldigd, te weten van 12 stigen, elke stige voor 20 huizen gerekend, en elk huis 2 oude Vlaamse groten, waar hij voor betaald heeft 5 Engelse nobels, 5 Frankrijkse kronen, 1 Hollands schild en 7 Vlaamse groten, makende 5 pond 4 schellingen 9 Vlaamse groten."

Source: http://www.holkema.net/np79.htm#iin10285 
Poppe Sjoerts POPMA
 
210 Individual Note:
Reijner Poppenzoon sloot in 1443 in Groningen een neutraliteitsverdrag met de stad Bremen, die in oorlog was met Oostergo, Westergo, Holland en Zeeland. Hij deed dat als hoofdeling op Terschelling, gevolmachtigd zendbode van dat land en van 's lands wege. Terschelling was dus een 'land', een feitelijk onafhankelijk staatje. In de tekst van het verdrag zelf, in het Staatsarchief van Bremen heet het: "Wij Reiner Poppenzoon hoofdeling en grietmannen en rechters van het gemene land van Terschelling." En het verdrag wordt besloten met: " .. zo hebben wij grietmannen en rechters des lands van Terschelling voor ons en onze inwoners ons landszegel besneden aan deze brief gehangen."

Uit een Friesche oorkonde van 1476 vertaald door Winsemius staat het volgende: "dwaet kund, kanlick ende openbaer alle goede lyuden deer dijsse brief schillen syaen ieff heard lessan, datter ien Schillenghe eff twyspan was twysken Renick Poppasoen op Schillengha fander ener zyde, ende twyska Ybele Silligha Sioerdts Poppasoens weduw, ende hyara beder dochteran ende swageren fan der oder zyde". 
Rienck Poppes POPMA
 
211 Individual Note:
Sjoerd stichtte in 1330 een kapel te Oosterend op Terschelling, niet ver van zijn stins.

source: http://www.holkema.net/np79.htm#iin10288



Sjoerd stichtte in 1330 een kapel te Oosterend op Terschelling, niet ver van zijn stins. Wellicht is zijn vader Klaas, heer van Terschelling of mogelijk was Sjoerd mederichter van Klaas. Met hem wordt voor het eerst het geslacht genoemd, dat tot de Hollandse machtsovername van 1502 naar Friese traditie de heren van Terschelling zou leveren.

Sjoerd did not found in 1330 a vault too Oosterend on terschelling, far from its stins. Possibly its father klaas is, lord of terschelling or possible was Sjoerd mederichter of klaas. With him the line is for the first time called, which would provide the lords of terschelling to the Dutch power adoption of 1502 to friese tradition. 
Sjoerd Claezes POPMA
 
212 Individual Note:
In 1396 kwam de Hollandse vloot, met graaf Jan van Heenvliet, baljuw van Amstelland en graaf Gerrit van Egmond, baljuw van Medemblik, bij de strijd tegen de Friezen op het weerloze Terschelling terecht: brandschatting en verovering.
Op 27 augustus 1398 wordt Zijwaert Poppama als schout op Terschelling aangesteld door graaf Albrecht van Holland.


In 1396 the Dutch fleet arrived, with earl Jan van Heenvliet, bailiff of Amstelland and earl Gerrit van Egmond, bailiff of Medemblik, at the fight against the friezen on the defenceless terschelling: fire estimate and conquest. On 27 augusts 1398 Zijwaert Poppama are appointed as a schout on terschelling earl Albrecht of the Netherlands.




Source: http://www.holkema.net/np79.htm#iin10286 
Sjoerd Sjoerds POPMA
 
213 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Eisine Annette POSTEMA
 
214 Age at marriage : 25 years Arnold Julius ROTHENGATTER
 
215 Source:
Ruiter Ancestory
Jaap Ruiter, Groningen the Netherlands
http://ppswmm.ppsw.rug.nl/~ruiter/index.htm
 
Jantje Jans RUITER
 
216 Occupation : Voerman (Coachman or wagon driver)


Recipient of St Annaleen (St Anna Foundation - educational fund) 
Hessel SIEBES
 
217 Rints Siersma perished during the Saxon raid on Kimswerd on 29 January 1515. The Saxons from Franeker burned the church of Kimswerd and the homestead of Pier Gerlofs Donia and his wife Rints Siersma. Rintz Sijerx (or Rints SIERSMA)
 
218 Died in 1805 - Akmarijp
mother of Jitske Hettes LAAGLAND


source:
Name : Ids van der Leij
idsvdleij@compuserve.com
http://gw.geneanet.org/idsvdleij

 
Neeltje SIMONS
 
219 Fragment gevolgd door vertaling) uit :
Wörterbuch der älteren deutschen (westgermanischen) Rechtssprache; Forschungsstelle der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften

M° cccc° lviij doe worder open strijd als twiscken Epa Kee ende Haring Doynga, twiscka Waltija Harincxma toe Sloet ende Aggo Doijnga, ende twiscka Renick Doytia zoenen ende Focka Eesches toe Ackerum.
lviij doe worder open strijd als twiscken Epa Kee ende Haring Doynga, twiscka Waltija Harincxma toe Sloet ende Aggo Doijnga, ende twiscka Renick Doytia zoenen ende Focka Eesches toe Ackerum.
M° cccc° lviij doe wordt Silka Mynnama slaghen ende des anderen daghes daernae doe wordt Sloten barnd ende Ayza Tibbama ward slayn ende vief vi mannen mit hem, ende die Woudtmannen worden veriaecht, ende Agga Doynga ruymde zijn slot bij nacht mit Jancka Douwama, ende Waltija Harincxma bleef jnt besith van tslot ende die buren mit Waltijen voerscreuen.
M° cccc° lviij doe wordt Haring Doynga op Nijlandt zijn stijns wonnen ende omworpen van Douwa Sijarda ende Boelswerdera ende Haringh Woudens stijns wordt omworpen.
M° cccc° lix doe creegh Aggo Doynga Jouka Ghelama stijns mit Janka help.
M° cccc° lix Doe creegh Haring Doynga Hipka huus toe Smalebreg.
M° cccc° lix des daghes nae Johannis Decollatio wordt Hessel Eda zoen slaghen tho Yrensem, ende des seluis auent wordt Doynga huus barnd ende Benedictus stijns wordt vastiert.
M° cccc° lxj Doe bisette Butta dat stijns toe Yrensem ende maecte die graft omt stijns.
M° cccc° lxj Doe toech dat mene land toe Acomerijp voer Jouka Ghelama stijns ende en bedreuen nyet ende Renick Kampstra vvordt schoten voert stijns, daer hij an starff, ende ij houelingen, die eene van Herlingen, die ander van Arem, die daer doot bleuen ende xiij ofte xiiij huusluden mit hemmen, als men seyden, of meer.
M° cccc° lxij voer palm wordt slagen Tzalingh Tzijtijama, ende luttick bet voert doe sterff Schelta Yaiema van dat selue fechtelick, daer Tzalingh hem dede met zijn helperen.
M° cccc° lxij nae Egidy doe creegh Haringh Doynga Hiddama stijns ende daer wert freed.

In het jaar 1458 brak een openlijke strijd uit, namelijk tussen Epe Kee(Hottinga) en Haring Donia, tussen Waltija Harinxma en thoe Sloene en Agge Donia en tussen de zonen van Rienk Doitia (Albada) en Fokke Eeskes in Akkrum.
In 1458 werd Silke Minnema verslagen, en de volgende dag werd Sloten platgebrand, en Ayza Tibbama en vijf of zes mannen met hem werden verslagen, en de woudmensen werden verjaagden Agge Donia verliet in de nacht zijn slot met Jancke Douwama en Waltija Harinxma en de gemeenschap van Sloten bleven in het bezit van het slot.
In 1458 werd de stins van Haringh Donia te Nijland op Douwe Sjaarda en de Bolswarders heroverd en geslecht, en de stins van Haring te Wons werd ook neergehaald.
In 1459 veroverde Agge Donia met hulp van Jancke Douwama de stins van Jouke Galama.
In 1459 veroverde Haring Donia de stins van Hepke te Smallebrugge.
In 1459 werd Hessel Edes na het feest ter gedachtenis van de onthoofding van Johannes de Doper te Irnsum verslagen en op dezelfde avond werd Dioniahuis (te Oosterend) afgebrand en de stins van Benedictus Donia (te Heeg) werd verwoest.
In 1461 bezette Boiote Eeskes de stins van Watse Minnema te Irnsum en legde een ringgracht om de stins aan.
In 1461 trok de gehele bevolking van Oostergo en Westergo naar de stins van Jouke Galama en richtte niets uit, en Rienk Kamstra werd door een schot verwond, en hij stierf, en twee hoofdlieden, een van Harlingen en de ander van Arum, vonden daar de dood, en naar men zegt, ook twaalf of dertien huislieden met hen.
In 1462 werd Tzalingh Tzijtijama voor palmzondag te Marum verslagen, en korte tijd daarna stierf Schelte Jayema aan de gevolgen van voornoemd gevecht, dat Tzalingh en zijn helpers met hem begonnen waren.
In 1462 veroverde Haring Donia na Egidiusdag de stins van Haring Hiddema (te Nijland) en er kwam vrede


Source: http://www.holkema.net/np65.htm#iin7255 
Aggo Harinxma thoe SNEEK
 
220 Albert Jacobs Snoeyer worked as a Turfmaker in Nijehasker.
Alberts father in-law, Koop Roelofs Knobbe was a 'visser' fisherman from Oudehaske. 
Albert Jacobs SNOEYER
 
221 Referred to as Claas Steven de Oude (the older). Claas STEVENS
 
222 Referred to as Claas Stevens de Jonge (the younger). Claas STEVENS
 
223 Referred to as Willem Stevens de Jonge (the older). Willem STEVENS
 
224 Fedde Sybrens was a builder of wooden ships in Lemmer, Friesland, Netherlands. His occupation is listed as "Scheepstimmerman" which in Dutch means "Ships Carpenter", he later is shown as "Master Shipwright". He married at the age of about 23 years in 1708 with Aaltje Klases.One year later they bought a house and shipyard in Lemmer. At first, they lived at Nr.50 in Lemmer (1716). Later at Nr.43 (1729). In 1733 at Nr. 45. They went to the Mennonite Church in De Knijpe. They were baptized in 1709. Because they were Mennonites, their children are not baptized when they were first born. Their son Hylke Feddes baptized his children in the Reformed Church when they were several years old. In 1744 they lived with five people in the house, possible two adults and three children, only two of the children names are known.

From the pages of the official documents of the city of Lemmer, Friesland, Netherlands. This documentis dated 8 Jan.-15 Jan. & Jan 22 in the year 1700 and is located in Boek (book) 33, bl.134: This document reads as follows:

"Fedde Sijbrants with his wife living at Heerenveen want offer and permission at the buying of a certain shipyard with the carpenter's shop and carpenter's equipment also housing and property existing in two rooms and the property large in his surrounding 122 1/2 feet about every year tax with fifty Car. guilders 15 Stivers ground rent to the Noble Sir Districts Master Andringa according to the lease letter on the first November in every year appear due date to pay, wider powers the afore-mentioned lease then will do, the aforementioned Sir District at West and North, Hendrik Bottes at East and the Zijlroedeat South, next as large and small, good and bad as the seller thus long has ..., bought from Aucke Gerrijts, Master schipwright in Lemmer, for the amount of one thousand gold guilders of 28 stivers each, to be paid in instalment, as first at the start six hundred Car. guilders, then all the coming years on St. Petri next to it each time two hundred and fifty Car. guilders until the full payment, all in free cost unharmed money with its premium full the bought has completed. Has been paid".

It is known that Fedde Sijbrens was living in Lemmer because the census of Lemsterland of 1744 included a Fedde Sijbrens. He is listed in the Tax System, Lemmer 1749, as Fedde Zijbrens, shipwright, number individual 5, offer amount of money 10-0-0. It would not be until his grandsons Sybren Hylkes and Fedde Hylkes, would we see the use of the name of "Hoekstra" and "Spaan" for the first time.

It is known that Fedde Sijbrens was a representative of the people of Lemsterland in 1744 because he is shown in the town records as being a "Volkstelling Lemsterland" which means "Representing the people".

Several notations were found in the records of Lemmer as follows:

It is noted in the records in Lemmer that "In 1709 both Fedde and his wife Aaltje buy a shipwright in Lemmer for 1000 gold guilders of 28 stivers each.

TR1 HYP LEM, fol. 122: Fedde Sijbrens, master shipwright, living at Lemmer, sells new ship September 1, 1732.

TR2 HYP LEM, book 47, page 68: Fedde Sijbrens, master shipwright in Lemmer, confess by this that he has conveyed to Nanne Anes, woodpurchased at Lemmer such 1200 guilders as me Fedde Sijbrens from Herman Everts with his companions. Written on March 15, 1728.

TR3 HYP LEM, book 47, page 213: Fedde Sijbrens, master shipwright,with his wife in Lemmer owes money on December 18, 1738 to Dirk Hindelopen, purchaser at Workum 4000 guilders for oak beams. In the margin: paid by the widow of Hylke Fedde, cancelled December 1, 1784.

TR4 HYP January 9, 1729 Wyger Pijters from Heerenveen owes to Fedde Sijbrens 1650 guilders for buying of a new boat. On May 12, 1732 Fedde Sybrens has sold to Jan Ydes a new ship as it was built for 750 guilders.

 
Fedde (Sijbrens) SYBRENS
 
225 The Last Will and Testament of Trijn Fedderiks Chs. Meinsma

Trijn Fedderiks Chs. Meinsma of Hydaerd by will and consent of my husband Benedictus Idseerts Tibbinga bequeath the income from land that lies up to Makkum near the sea dyke to my descendants. On this St Anna day our informed pastor who lives in Hydaerd is aware of our wishes regarding our 36 pondamart of land and of the income received a learned descendant incharge will oversee so that my descendants and my husbands descendants can borrow the income.
If my descendants and my husbands descendants are not agreeable to who is choosen they will convene a meeting and and if they still cannot agree then they shall go to the head of Oldercloister and the pastor of Hydaerd and they will decide the most smartest of the descendants who should study and the descendants should go along with the pastors decision. In case there are no suitable candidates then the oldest descendants man or woman they should enjoy the income until that time that another suitable student candidate which will last till they are of 25 years of age to study. That this is what I wish and that they will continue this together so that it remains in the family if not it will go to the Oldercloister.
Or the descendants can convene and agree that a descendant could lease the land and income paid to a clark towards a fund this is my utmost wish, and I pray to the pastor to record and fulfill the above, and that I Bennidictus Idsert Tibbinga with my own hand sign on this St Anna Day the year 1479. 
Benedictus Idserts TIBBINGA
 
226 Johannes Broervan Abbema was a farmer by profession.
Johannes and Grietje had no children. Johannes however had been previously married to Aaltje H. Pasma on the 1 AUG 1903 in Witmarsum and by this marriage had a daughter Weike van Abbema (born 1903).

Johannes is buried in Longerhouw. On Johannes's gravestone it reads "geliefd echtgenoot van GR Abbema-Knorr" ("beloved husband of Gr Abbema-Knorr"). 
Johannes Broer VAN ABBEMA
 
227 Jacobje van driesum was 31 years old at the time of marriage, born 1870 or 1871. Jacobje VAN DRIESUM
 
228 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elisabeth van GELDEROP
 
229 Born: 1 March 1722 Jan VAN GOGH
 
230 Occupation: Policeman Doede VAN POLEN
 
231 Source: www.familysearch.org Jacob Obes VAN POLEN
 
232 Johannes was a 'shoenmaker' cobbler or shoemaker by profession.
Both Johannes and Hendrikje belonged to the Ned. Hervormd church. 
Johannes Obes VAN POLEN
 
233 Notitie bij Obbe Jacobs:
Beroep: houtmolenaarsknecht.
Het gezin woonde in 1749 aan de Markt ("Merk") te Bolsward. 
Obe Jacobs VAN POLEN
 
234 Bauck Poppema also known as Bauck Foppesd. van Popma or Bauck Hemmema, was a legendary Dutch heroine known for her defence of the fort Hemmemastate during the conflict between the Schieringers and the Vetkopers in 1496.
Bauck was born in Terschelling and died in Berlikum, Friesland in 1501. Bauck was the wife of Doeke Hettes Hemmema (died 1503) an ally of the Schieringers party. In 1496, a pregnant Poppema successfully defended the fort for a time during a siege by Vetkoper invaders from the city of Groningen. Eventually, however, enemy reinforcements arrived, after which the fort fell and all but one of Bauck's soldiers were executed. Bauck was imprisoned in Groningen, where legend holds that she gave birth to twins while chained in a dungeon. She was released in 1497.
In Friesland Bauck Poppema has become a metaphor for a "brave woman" a Frisian heroine.
Daughter of Foppe Popma and Wilsck Aedesd. Gerbranda. Bauck Poppema married Doeke Hettes Hemmema (d. 1503), chieftain to Berlikum. From this marriage were born several children, of whom a daughter and a son reached adulthood.
Bauck Poppema grew up as one of fifteen children of Foppe Popma, lord of Terschelling and Wilsck Aedesd. Gerbranda. Three of her sisters joined the Sion nunnery near Dokkum. Bauck Poppema married Doeke Hettes Hemmema a Schieringer nobleman. The couple lived at Hemmemastate, a fortified stone tower (stins) surrounded by heavy earthen ramparts and a moat near Berlikum. It was the time of a bloody civil war between the Schieringers and Vetkopers. A conflict that lasted over a century from 1350 to 1498.
In August 1496 Bauck Poppema played a role in this struggle. Schieringer 'hoofdelingen' or nobels had in the summer of that year made several attacks on Vetkoper property and the Vetkopers sought revenge. Taking advantage of Doeke Hemmema's absence whilst in Franeker consulting with Schieringer party members the Groninger Vetkopers attacked Hemmemastate. According to contemporary chronicler Worp van Tabor at that time there was only Bauck, who was pregnant, her brother inlaw Alef Hemmema, and twenty soldiers defending the stins. The Vetkopers first attack using 'bussen' or cannon focused on the earthen ramparts but made little headway. The defenders returned fire knowing they would have to kill many Groningers to bring an end to the siege. In the second attack, the attackers tried to approach the stins by the canal under the cover of dampened hay. The defenders of Hemmemastate fired shots setting the hay on fire. Again there were many casualties among the Groningers: nine wagons full of dead and wounded were transported to Leeuwarden. Still the Groningers remained and prepared a siege tool, a 'cat' to conquer the stins. Alef Hemmema and three soldiers seized an opportunity that night to break through the siege to seek help from his brother Doeke, but it was too late: on September 3 Hemmemastate was stormed by Vetkopers allies from Oostergo. All soldiers, except one, were slain by the conquerors.
The pregnant Bauck Poppema was transferred to Groningen, Peter Tabor wrote "Groningen took the woman and imprisoned her showing her no mercy." Sixteenth century chronicler Winsemius wrote, 'In prison, Bauck Poppema gave birth to twins'. Worp van Tabor and Schotanus however wrote "in prison she bore a dead child". The oldest source, Peter van Tabor, is silent on Bauk's pregnancy and the birth of any children. Though he wrote that in May 1497 Bauck was exchanged for the Vetkoper Tjalling Lieuwes (Jellinga) who had been held prisoner by Franaker Schieringers. 
Bauck van POPMA
 
235 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Liselle Dawn WILLEMSEN
 
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pieter Johan WILLEMSEN
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Source: Burgerlijke Stand (1811-1902): Births
 
238 Beschikbaar gesteld voor het projekt
"VAN PAPIER NAAR DIGITAAL"
informatiepagina - http://geneaknowhow.net/project-papier-digitaal.htm
statuspagina - http://www.den-braber.nl/digiproject/statuspagina.html
 
Source: IJsselmuiden, index ref. Baptisms 1796-1798
 

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