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Re: [Friesland-genealogy] v.d.Veen/Poepjes

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  • elp
    ... Hello Tony, Tnx for info, that s great as long as I can establish whether she s indeed the mother of Eite Jans van der Veen. FYI (and perhaps for others),
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      Anthony Hofstee wrote:
      >
      > Grietje Eiten de Vries, ged. Oldelamer 10-9-1795, overl. 29-5-1855
      >
      > Eyt Andries de Vries, geb. ca 1764, waarschijnlijk overl. Alkmaar 1807
      > (volgens trouwbijlagen van dochter), tr. Oldelamer 10-5-1789 Oldelamer
      > Hiltje Hendricks de Vries, geb. Nijeholtwolde 25-9-1765, ged. 29-9-1765, overl. Spanga 7-10-1827
      >
      > Eyt, zoon van Andries Roelofs en Klaasje Coops
      > Hiltje, dochter van Hendrick Sigers en Grietje Foppes
      >
      > Tony
      >

      Hello Tony,

      Tnx for info, that's great as long as I can establish whether she's
      indeed the mother of Eite Jans van der Veen.
      FYI (and perhaps for others), I'll repeat info of my original note in
      English:

      I'm looking for the parents of the following couple:

      Eite Jans VAN DER VEEN, * ca 1826, † 17.9.1903 Weststellingwerf
      (Overlijdensakte 161).
      Married 15.3.1848 Weststellingwerf (Huwelijksakte no. 10)
      Jannesjen (aka Jantje) Jans POEPJES, * ca 1827, † 26.6.1862 Noordwolde
      (Overlijdensakte 158).
      Eite and Jannesjen had at least 2 children: Jacobje Eites v.d.Veen,
      *29.3.1851 (Aangiftedatum) and Wybe Eites v.d. Veen, *ca 1858.

      The following couple *could* qualify as parents for Eite Jans:
      Jan Wolters VAN DER VEEN, * July 1801 Oldetrijne.
      Married 18.8.1824 Weststellingwerf (Huwelijksakte 38)
      Grietje Eiten DE VRIES (* ca 1796) whose father died bef 1811. (That's
      the Eyt Andries de Vries you mentioned, Tony.)

      Haven't got much of an idea re Jannesje Jans POEPJES (other than
      Roelof's suggestion of Giethoorn which I can't follow up at the moment).

      In 1811, a Jacob Jans POEPJES in St. Johannesga had a son Jan in Lemmer,
      age 37. He *could* be Jannesje's father, although he would've been well
      over 50 when she was born.

      Any info very welcome.

      Eva.
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