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Lammertje Veerman (1846-1883)

Name: Lammertje Veerman
Birth: 5 November 1846 in Huizen
Death: 13 July 1883 in Hilversum
Parents: Gijsbert Veerman, Jannetje Bronkhorst
Spouse: Barend van Kampen (marriage: 6 February 1869 in Hilversum)
Children: Folkert (1869), Dirk (1870), Gijbert (1872), Marinus (1873), Jannetje (1875), Maria (1876), Hendrik, a stillborn son (1879), Barend (1880), Geesje (1882)

Gijsbert Veerman and Jannetje Bronkhorst

Posted by on 28 Jun 2012 in BEEKHUIS Geesje 1841-1905, BRONKHORST Jannetje 1805-1875, GEIS Wilhelmina Susanna 1833-1876, KAMPEN Barend van 1840-1918, My roots, VEERMAN Aaltje 1831-1851, VEERMAN Dirk 1839-1870, VEERMAN Gijsbert 1799-1872, VEERMAN Hendrik 1841-1894, VEERMAN Lammert 1844-1911, VEERMAN Lammertje 1846-1883, VEERMAN Willem 1835-1886, VLAANDEREN Aafje 1842-1932 | 0 comments

Gijsbert Veerman and Jannetje Bronkhorst

When I search for ancestors, I usually reconstruct their families, i.e. I find information on all their children (and other spouses, if they married more than once). There are a few families I skipped in the past, though, probably because I wanted to go back in time as far as possible, and as quickly as possible. Time now to revisit a few of those families. Today I present the family reconstruction of my 3rd ggrandparents Gijsbert Veerman and Jannetje Bronkhorst, numbers 34 and 35 in my ahnentafel. A relatively easy one, as all the...

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Marriage certificate of Hendrik van Kampen and Geertje Wiesenekker

Posted by on 7 Jul 2011 in Hilversum, KAMPEN Barend van 1840-1918, KAMPEN Cornelis van 1838-1914, KAMPEN Dirk van 1870-1951, KAMPEN Folkert van 1869-1928, KAMPEN Hendrik van 1877-1941, My roots, PRINS Willempje 1856-1842, VEERMAN Lammertje 1846-1883, WIESENEKKER Geertje 1879-1957, WIESENEKKER Gijsbert 1855-1924 | 0 comments

Marriage certificate of Hendrik van Kampen and Geertje Wiesenekker

Last week we had a look at the birth certificate of my great-grandfather, Hendrik van Kampen. Today we look at the wedding certificate of him and his wife Geertje Wiesenekker. Like the birth certificate, I found it on FamilySearch.org. Click to enlarge. A wedding certificate can be a long document, and often contains a lot of interesting information – like the names of the parents, whether they are still alive, and if so, where they live. I won’t transcribe and translate the entire certificate, I’ll just summarize: On 14...

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Birth certificate of Hendrik van Kampen

Posted by on 30 Jun 2011 in Hilversum, KAMPEN Barend van 1840-1918, KAMPEN Cornelis van 1838-1914, KAMPEN Hendrik van 1877-1941, KLOESE Antonie te 1807-1885, My roots, VEERMAN Lammertje 1846-1883 | 0 comments

Birth certificate of Hendrik van Kampen

A large part of the BMD records of the Dutch civil registration is indexed on sites like Genlias. In many cases, scans of these records are available for free on FamilySearch.org. Over the next weeks I will have another look at the BMD records of my great-grandparents (if available online). I have seen these a long time ago, most of them on microfilm (except for most death records, those are not available yet). I have made extracts of them, but no copies. Now that most of them are online I can have another look, and share them here on Roots....

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Posted by on 14 Aug 2009 in BANSEMA Attje 1851-1923, BOLLEBAKKER Aaltje 1852-1891, BRANDENBURG Johanna Petronella 1857-1891, BRESSER Johanna Catharina de 1839-1905, COPPENS Petrus Johannes 1841-1923, FOPPEN Catharina Johanna Maria 1816-1912, HOOGT Aaltje Sophia van der 1848-1887, HOUTHUIJZEN Rijk 1829-1891, KAMPEN Barend van 1840-1918, KOOPMAN Pieter Johannes 1844-1915, MELESSEN Jakob 1848-1918, MOERMAN Cornelis Jacobus 1857-1943, My roots, PARDOEN Theodorus Joannes Gerardus 1851-1924, PRINS Willempje 1856-1842, VEERMAN Lammertje 1846-1883, WIESENEKKER Gijsbert 1855-1924 | 0 comments

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The challenge for Randy’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun is to list 16 great-great-grandparents: List your 16 great-great-grandparents in pedigree chart order. List their birth and death years and places. Figure out the dominant ethnicity or nationality of each of them. Calculate your ancestral ethnicity or nationality by adding them up for the 16 – 6.25% for each (obviously, this is approximate). If you don’t know all 16 of your great-great-grandparents, then do it for the last full generation you have. Write your own blog...

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