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151 Occupation:
Place: Medisch dokter

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Op het oog een goede klant van de voerman Haije Haijema was Suffridus Cram er (Kramer), Medicine Doctor. Hij huurde in 1775 nogal eens wat. Twee paar den en de knecht moesten o.a. eens mee naar Lemmer, met de eigen wagen v an dokter Cramer, om zekere Collegiale Comparite bij te wonen. Helaas, to en de rekening over 1775 kwam, gaf de dokter niet thuis. Aanmaningen mocht en niet baten. Het kwam op de rechtdag van 4 oktober 1776 voor het nederg e- recht. De wagenaarsbelangen werden behartigd door notaris Dominicus Mar nstra. Dokter Cramer schakelde de advocaat Dr.Sicco Heineman in. Er werd o .a. bezwaar gemaakt tegen een post van 22 juli, waarbij een wagen met tw ee paarden en een los paard werden gehuurd voor een plezierrit naar Hindel oopen en Galamadammen. Dokter Cramer zou een en ander hebben besteld vo or zijn 25-jarige schoonzoon Bauke S.Osinga, verwer en glasemaker te Worku m. Daar zou ook de rekening heen moeten, althans volgens de dokter. Haije ma was het er niet mee eens. Het kwam twaalf keer op de rol bij een rechtd agzitting en pas op 22 mei 1778 kreeg Dr.Suffridus Cramer, bij verste k, de opdracht binnen acht weken te betalen. De advocaat had toen al afgeh aakt.
http://www.geocities.com/gelske.geo/verh2.htm 
KRAMER, Siffridus Cornelis (I1143)
 
152 Occupation: Policeman VAN POLEN, Doede (I1574)
 
153 Occupation: scheepstimmerman (shipscarpenter) LANGENBERG, Hendrik Jans (I1071)
 
154 Occupation: schoenmaker (shoemaker) BRAND, Hendrik (I1113)
 
155 Occupation: Winkeliersche (shopkeeper) (in 1850) DE HAAN, Jetske Goffes (I0349)
 
156 Oeke Laagland was also known as Foekje Laagland. LAAGLAND, Oeke (I1188)
 
157 On the birth record of George's son Johannes Hendrik Christiaan Fredrik Eckhardt (b. 1851) George is recorded as a Machinist living in Kampen, Overijssel. ECKHARD, George Fredrik (I1521)
 
158 Originated from Tahoe, Richmond, Indiana USA and was part native american indian DOWNEY, James (I0816)
 
159 Pasuruan (Pasoeroean, Dut.) is a city in East Java and is 65 km south east of Surabaya. HARTKAMP, Jelke (I1374)
 
160 Petrus had a cigar manufacturing business in Bolsward. Family F306
 
161 Pier died peacefully in his bed in the Frisian town of Sneek, at home at Grootzand 12 on October 18, 1520. GERLOFS, Pier (I0169)
 
162 Pier Gerlofs also known as Pier Gerloffsz.. GERLOFS, Pier (I0169)
 
163 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WILLEMSEN, Pieter Johan (I1381)
 
164 Pijbe Annes was "Boargemaster fan Bolsward, skepen en rintmaster (Mayor of Bolsward, sheriff and bailiff).  ANNES, Pijbes (I0232)
 
165 Possible death record:


Overlijdensakte Het Bildt, 1859
Aangiftedatum 7 februari 1859, akte nr. 20
Jan de Groot, overleden 6 februari 1859, man
Oud 4 jaar
 
DE GROOT, Jan (I1483)
 
166 Records list Evertje's occupation as female farm servant and female house keeper. DE JONG, Evertje Eiles (I0541)
 
167 Referred to as Claas Steven de Oude (the older). STEVENS, Claas (I0480)
 
168 Referred to as Claas Stevens de Jonge (the younger). STEVENS, Claas (I0482)
 
169 Referred to as Willem Stevens de Jonge (the older). STEVENS, Willem (I0481)
 
170 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. SIERSMA), Rintz Sijerx (or Rints (I0212)
 
171 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. NOORDERBROEK, Roelof Nicolaas (I0355)
 
172 See 'Media' above to view copy of Baptism Extract for Harmpjen Langenberg LANGENBERG, Hermpjen (Harmpjen) (I1440)
 
173 Sietske HOEKSTRA occupation is listed as female farm servant.
 
HOEKSTRA, Sietske Siebrens (I0548)
 
174 Sijerck Douwaes was also known as Syerck Douwesz. DOUWES, Sijerck (I0217)
 
175 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.  
LANGENBERG, Jurgen (I1236)
 
176 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/

Source 2
Title: Idskje's Genealogie
Author: Idskje Smits
URL: http://genealogie.smitskids.nl/  
Family F047
 
177 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/

Source 2
Title: Idskje's Genealogie
Author: Idskje Smits
URL: http://genealogie.smitskids.nl/  
Family F072
 
178 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/

Source 2
Title: Idskje's Genealogie
Author: Idskje Smits
URL: http://genealogie.smitskids.nl/  
Family F073
 
179 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/

Source 2
Title: Idskje's Genealogie
Author: Idskje Smits
URL: http://genealogie.smitskids.nl/  
Family F074
 
180 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F029
 
181 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F035
 
182 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F042
 
183 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F043
 
184 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F044
 
185 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F045
 
186 Source 1
Title: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA
Author: linda@praamsma.org
http://www.praamsma.org/  
Family F046
 
187 Source:

National Archive Netherlands

Bron Burgerlijke stand - Huwelijk (Bruidegom)
Archieflocatie Het Utrechts Archief
Algemeen Toegangnr: 481
Inventarisnr: 961
Gemeente: Utrecht
Soort akte: Huwelijksakte
Aktenummer: 93
Datum: 07-04-1852 
Family F110
 
188 source:
locatie Historisch Centrum Overijssel, locatie Eikenstraat
toegangnr. 123
inventarisnr. 2696
gemeente Deventer
soort akte huwelijk
aktenr. 31
datum 27-04-1826 
LANGENBERG, Grietje Jacobs (I1106)
 
189 Source:
locatie Historisch Centrum Overijssel, locatie Eikenstraat
toegangnr. 123
inventarisnr. 2702
gemeente Deventer
soort akte huwelijk
aktenr. 94
datum 18-11-1841


Age at marriage: 36

Mothers name on register: Elisabeth Abel 
LANGENBERG, Aleida Jacobs (I1108)
 
190 Source:
Information concerning Harmen Langenberg and Margje de Leeuw from
Genealogy de Leeuw Family
http://www.stamboomdeleeuw.com/beginE.htm 
LANGENBERG, Harmen (I0948)
 
191 Source:
Ruiter Ancestory
Jaap Ruiter, Groningen the Netherlands
http://ppswmm.ppsw.rug.nl/~ruiter/index.htm
 
RUITER, Jantje Jans (I0938)
 
192 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F218
 
193 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 
LANGENBERG, Maria Jacobs (I1112)
 
194 source: Ancestors of Lieuwkje Sikkes BANGMA, linda@praamsma.org BANGMA, Oeds Obbes (I0156)
 
195 Source: Birth & Death Details: http://www.graftombe.nl BRAKELS, Petrus (I1061)
 
196 Source: Cremation Details

Digitaal Tijdschrift, jrg. 3 nr: 126
Family Announcements out of Dutch and Belgian newspapers.
http://www.rat.de/kuijsten/ar/2001/ar-126.html 
LANGENBERG, Bettie (I0038)
 
197 Source: Death Details: http://www.graftombe.nl LANGENBERG, Geesje (I0053)
 
198 Source: Death Notice LANGENBERG, Theunis (I1288)
 
199 Source: Death Notice LANGENBERG, Willempje (I1287)
 
200 Source: http://www.graftombe.nl
Buried: Bolsward General Cemetery 
DE JONG, Hendrikje (I0338)
 
201 Source: http://www.holkema.net/np65.htm#iin7257 HARINXMA, Ype (I1012)
 
202 Source: http://www.holkema.net/np65.htm#iin7258 HARINXMA, Hotze (I1013)
 
203 Source: Stephan Langenberg - Person ID: I1511 LANGENBERG, Herman Johannes (I0044)
 
204 Source: Stephan Langenberg - Person ID: I1511 LANGENBERG, Johannes (Hans) Arend (I0045)
 
205 Source: www.familysearch.org VAN POLEN, Jacob Obes (I0704)
 
206 Suffridus Eerdmans was a eleve chirurgijn (Surgeon) by profession (1799). In 1802 Suffridus was stationed in the West Indies on the islands of Sint Eustatius and Sint Maarten. Suffridus was a prisoner of war (1811- 1814) during the Napoleonic War. After his release from 1814 onwards he was an Officer Surgeon in the Dutch army. He was an officer in the V Gezondheid (Medical) 6e Battalion Artillerie.

source: Hendrik Engel's Alphabetical List of Dutch Zoological Cabinets and Menageries, by Hendrik Engel. Edited by Pieter Smit et al,1986 
EERDMANS, Suffridus (I1561)
 
207 Sybrant Doytesz Bonga was a Schieringer nobleman 'edelman' and lived on the Bongastate in Kimswerd. [S23] BONGA, Sybrant Doytsesz. (I0221)
 
208 Sybren Gerlofs was believed to have married an individual by the surname of Pietersdr.. Family F067
 
209 Taede Klazes Laagland also known as Tidde Claasses Laagland. LAAGLAND, Taede Klazes (I0194)
 
210 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. 
MONDRIAAN, Gerrit (I0356)
 
211 The birth record of Johan's first daughter, Grietje (1875) and last born daughter Hendrikje (1882), records Johan's occupation as Pottery Bakers Apprentice (pottebakkersknecht). See Grietje Eckhardt documents. ECKHARDT, Johan Hendrik Christiaan Fredrik (I0990)
 
212 The Dutch military Register of 3 February 1938 records that Taede (age 18 years) is 1.679m tall, weighs 53kg and is a butcher by profession.

Taede was active in the Dutch Underground 'Verzet' during the second world war from 1942 to the end of the war. Taede was part of the 10 Enkhuizen resistance fighter group who performed over 30 operations against the Nazi occupiers in the Enkhuizen region. Some of these operations were not so successful but others were very successful despite the overwhelming odds. In the Verzet Taede held the rank of Onderofficier (sergeant) was known as Ted or 'Cowboy Ted' because he would wear a Smith and Wesson on each hip, hand grenades on a chest belt and a long leather overcoat.

In 1944 Taede and fellow KPs A Fluitman, W Veldhuis and C Wittebrood acting as armed security accompanied US airman engineer LWG Sergeant Arthur F. Brown from Den Hout, Hoogkarspel to Alkmaar. Brown was one of only three survivors of two allied B-17 bombers which while flying in formation made hard contact and crashed over Hoorn, Northern Holland.

In September 1944 Taede, Barend Mes, Joep Rieter and Steef Meijer transported by bicycle the dropped SOE WT Agent code named Bram or Brammetje, real identity Pieter de Vos from the drop zone Mandril to Spanbroek and on to Amsterdam. Bram was a WT or wireless operator for Biallosterski, aka Hans. Pieter de Vos was later joined by Paul Polal aka Paul Peters. Both were WT operators for Biallosterski and for the top brass of the resistance known as Delta Centrum and were accompanied by resistance fighters for protection. Hans was at this time the most important SOE agent in Holland as it was his operatives that the resistance was able to contact the Dutch government in Britain.

In 1945 Taede and fellow KP Veldhuis acting as armed security accompanied US pilot Lieutenant Cecil Kenneth 'Tuck' Belton from Zwaagdijk to Oostwoud. Beltons B-17 Flying Fortress bomber Lucky Lady had been shot down over Northern Holland on the 20th Jan 1945 after returning from its 5th bombing run over Germany. The only survivor of the crash Belton joined the Enkhuizen underground participating in a number of missions over next several months and became a lifetime friend with its members.

In the midst of the hunger winter of 1944 the IJsfabriek or ice cream factory at the Vette Knol 119 in Enkhuizen was used by the German occupiers as a cool store for their advanced food supplies. A tempting target for the verzet during the Dutch famine which was to take an estimated 22,000 lives.

On the night and early morning of Saturday - Sunday ,18th-19th of November 1944 the Enkhuizen KP group quietly made their way to the rear of the Co-operative IJsfabriek via the adjacent rear garden of a friends home and makeshift forward planning location, Kuipersdijk 66. The KP group consisted of Adrie ?Flip?Fluitman district leader of KPs in eastern Western Friesland, Klaas Bras, Joep Rieter, Alie Commandeur, Ted Laagland, Carla Fluitman, Co Singer, Sjeffie van der Hoek, Harry Licht, Dick van Vliet, Bennie Gerrits and Kick Böhler.

Poorly secured the IJsfabriek quickly gave up its desperately needed foodstuffs which were hurriedly loaded on to two polder barges waiting at the front of the ijsfabriek on the Zuider Boerenvaart. The massive haul of 15,260 eggs, 535 kgs of sausages, 400 kg of beef, 301 kg of pork, 10 x 50 kg barrels and 23 x 25 kg barrels of butter, and 636 x 1.25 kg of preserved sausages were successfully spirited away along a flag marked route to Andijk for distribution to resistance fighters and those in hiding and their host families.

This audacious robbery would not go without serious repercussions. The NSB mayor Broere posted placards demanding the return of the goods or 25,000 guilders to be delivered within 3 days or else there would be severe consequences to be interpreted as random executions. Fortunately although food was scarce the locals were able to raise sufficient guilders before the mayors deadline.

Following the war Taede received a number of acknowledgements for his actions as a member of the Verzet including receiving the Verzetsherdenkingskruis (Resistance Commemorative Cross), the Croix du combatant de l'Europe (Cross of the Federation of European Former-Combatants) and recognition as 'Helper of the A.F.E.E.S. in Holland' and as a 'U.S. NAII Dutch Helper'.

Following the war Taede married and became an Insurance Agent. Taede passed away in 2001.


Sources:

1. Interrogation of Sgt Arthur Brown
3534610 390 Bomb Gp 570 Bomb Sq
8th U.S.A.A.F. by Major A.V. Sainsbury,
at Tilburg, 6th January, 1945
(Ref: GSGS 2541 1/100.000 sheets 2, 1, 4.)


2. Communication Willem Mugge
WEGGUM
ww.weggum.com

3. United States National Archives
Declassified Documents: Headquarters European Theatre Of Operations
Military Intelligence Service
Allied Helper Personnel
Laagland, Taede
ARC Identifier : 38977661
HMS / MLR Entry Number : UD 183
Container ID : 803

4. Website of Zuyder Sea Air War zzairwar.nl




 
LAAGLAND, Taede (I0632)
 
213 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F411
 
214 The family of Everdine and Arend lived in Leeuwarden, Beetgumerstraat.
Arend worked in a flour mill in Leeuwarden. 
Family F408
 
215 The following notation was located in the Lemmer town records:

TR5 Nedergerecht PRO LEM boek 35, page 231: Hylkes Feddes widdow Albertje Anthoni, living at Lemmer, transfer to Fedde Hylkes a half house and ship yard, lying on the peat land at Lemmer, as such occupied and used by the buyer, extending from the Zijlroede to back of the Lijnbaan with a length of 220 feet and a width of 185 feet, free of hire, for 1950 guilders. November 28, 1784.  
ANTHONY, Albertje (I0576)
 
216 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. 
MEINSMA, Trijn Fedderiks (I1547)
 
217 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. 
TIBBINGA, Benedictus Idserts (I1546)
 
218 The Marriage Book of the Reformed Church in Heerenveen states: "Fedde Sybrens from Heerenwal and Aaltje Klaases from Heerenveen. The proclamation 8/Jan/22 Jan 1708. Attestation 22 Jan".

Also we find note of this marriage in the Marriage Book Reformed Church in Haskerethorne as follows: "Fedde Sijbrens from the Heerenwal and Aaltje Clases from Heerenwal. Proclamation 8 Jan/15Jan/22 Jan 1708". Early mentioned persons are married after giving the attestation from Heerenveen on 29 Jan in Haskerhorne. Note: At the time of his marriage Fedde Sybrens came from the Heerenwal in the neighbourhood of Heerenveen.  
Family F165
 
219 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.

 
OSSEN, Johanna (I0358)
 
220 Theodora and Berend had no children and lived in Joure, Friesland, Netherlands.
Berend worked in the Douwe Egberts Coffee Factory in Joure. 
Family F409
 
221 Time Line:

1398-1401 The Hollanders invade Friesland; losses on both sides are high; peace is declared; Stavoren remains Holland's

1401-1498 Feuds between the Friesian factions, known as the Schieringers and Vetkopers; each seek the support of Gelre and Holland.

1498-1514 Edzard, Hendrik, and George of Saxony rule Friesland; George is forced to abdicate

1514-1523 Karel of Gelre invited to reign; war with Holland and Utrecht; German Emperor, Charles V occupies Friesland.

 
GERLOFS, Pier (I0169)
 
222 Unlike his other siblings Daniël was born in Zwolle in 1776 as a result of his parents fleeing the 1776 floods in Koekoek which eventually saw much of the city of Zwolle, the Overijssel capital, and vicinity inundated. The flood of 1825 was to far surpass the 1776 flood in magnitude. (see notes below) LANGENBERG, Daniël (I1438)
 
223 Whilst a widower in Deventer Elisabeth earned her money as a starcher. ABELS (ABEL), Johanna Elisabeth (I0070)
 
224 Whilst still considered underage (a minor) in 1525 he was under the guardianship of his uncle Sybren Gerlofs. PIERS, Gerlof (I0213)
 
225 Wobbel or Wobble died March 14, 1571 with the notation: "honesta matrona Wobble Syrcks wijff" PIERS, Wobbel (I0214)
 
226 Wobbel Piers was also known as Wobbel Piersdr.. PIERS, Wobbel (I0214)
 
227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F428
 

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