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Hendrik Reinders (View posts)
Posted: 901972800000
Classification: Query
I am searching for any information about the family of my grandmother, Maria Antonia van Oostrum, born May 5, 1890, in Maartensdijk, Utrecht. She married Hendrik Reinders in 1919, and died in Pesse, Drenthe in 1945. Her parents were Wouter van Oostrum and Adriantje Seldenrijk. Thanks.

information about Oostrum-Reinders

Jenny van Soest-van de Bilt ( (View posts)
Posted: 943272000000
Classification: Query
Surnames: vandebilt, van de bilt, van der bilt, vanderbilt, van soest, van der Laan, Vermeulen, Siteur, Donk, van Calveen, van de Theems, van Wijk, van Oostrum, Reinders
I've found information on GEN LIAS from the government Public Record Office (Rijksarchief in Netherlands)

about your grand mother Maria Antonia van Oostveen.
I wil send you an e-mail with an appendix, while the information is tho big for this form. If you cann't open the appendix mail me back give me your adres and I wil send you a letter with the appendix.
greatings Jenny van Soest-van de Bilt
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Posted: 1182555648000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Oostrum, Van Steenwyk, Van Ginkel, Pul, VanVliet
I am looking for information regarding Maria Justina Oostrum born 25 June 1803 to Abraham Oostrum and Geertruida Pul.

Maria Justina married Jan Van Steenwyk baptized 24 August 1806 in Utrecht to parents Aarnout (Arnoldus) Van Steenwyk and Niesje Van Vliet aBram and Maria were married 25 September 1827 in Loenen. They may have lived in Maartensdjk/Utrecht. Jan was a butcher, deformed.

In 1847 they sailed from Rotterdam to Baltimore on the ship Nagasaki with their children: Arnoldus (William Arnoud) 1828-1892; Abram 1830-1900; William 1832-1912; John gysbert 1834-1920; Niesje no information, except she was a cripple;
Gerrit Jan 1837-1885; Gertruida 1839-?

Jan V.S. died within about two months of arrival in Pella IA
and Maria Justina raised her children on a farm until the youngest was about 18. Then records in the Office of the Clerk of Courts Book J page 412 in Oskaloosa Iowa announces
she married Klaas Van Ginkel, 1857.

After that announcement, there is no record of either Maria Justina Oostrum or Klaas Van Ginkel.

The Souivenir History of Pella Iowa1847-1922 shows a Klaas Van Ginkel arriving in Pella IA in 1857, together with thirteen other family members headed by Mr. and Mrs. Aalt van Ginkel.


Posted: 1261915055000
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zie op internet parenteel van willem van oostrum


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Posted: 1373188496000
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I found a Mrs. A Van Ginkel in a graveyard see this site;

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