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Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1104792237000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1126045024000
Surnames: Bakker, Knoop
I am looking for any information, particularily marriages of these twins, born March 20 1849, in Haarlam Holland. I have their birth certificates, showing father as Dirk Bakker. My great grandfather Jacobus married Jacoba Knoop, but I do not know where or when.(I have been told that she gave up royalty to marry Jacobus Bakker "a commoner") Any info would be greatly appreceiated. I also have been unable to confirm when & how they came to the USA. They settled in Missoula, Montana. Not much is known about Marius other than that he left Montana to go to Spokane, Washington.

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker-twins born 1849

Posted: 1108148503000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bakker, Knoop
Hi beverly
Just yesterday I found a paper that listed Jacoba Knoop and Jacobus Bakker as married June 6, 1877. It also has 11 children listed, 5 as dying as small children. But there is no bob, so maybe this is something else. But is sort of a family tree. There are lots of dates. I can send them to you of you would like. I haven't found where they were married tho.

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1263762410000
Classification: Query
Hi I live in Libby Mt. My great grandfather was Marius Bakker do you think it is the same person. he married Fannie and lived here in libby.

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1263768675000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bakker
Hi there, this is John in California (johnmaestri@comcast.net). I have researched the Bakker family from Emden Germany, however, reviewing my notes, I find the following:

Dirk Bakker
born: 1788 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands, died: 1848 married: Cornelia Maria Brak (1794 – 1836)

son of Dirk and Cornelia (Brak) Bakker
son: Dirk Bakker
born: 25 Sep 1818 Hoorn, Noord-Holland, Netherlands, died: 1858, married: Margaretha Sara Weeveringh 3 Jun 1840, immigration: Willem Dirk Bakker, immigration: 1853, age: 35, birth year: abt 1818, arrival port unknown)

children of Dirk and Margaretha (Weeveringh) Bakker
son: Jacobus Bakker (twin)
born: 20 Mar 1849 Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands, died: 13 Mar 1926 Missoula, County MT, married: Jacoba Adriana Knoop 6 Jun 1877 Lyden Netherlands (worked on the Montana Capitol building together, the Bakker Bros. Architects), 1900 Census: Hell Gate, Missoula, County MT, age 50 (born Jun 1849 Holland, married: Jacopa 1877), children: Christina Bakker (age 14), Jacobus (age 9), 1920 Census: Cold Springs, Missoula, County MT (age 70, born: 1850, US arrival: 1876) living with daugher and husband, Frank and Christina Hughes

son: Marius Bakker (twin)
born: 20 Mar 1849 Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands, died: 13 Mar 1926 Missoula, County MT, moved to Spokane Washington (worked on the Montana Capitol building together, the Bakker Bros. Architects)

4 children of Jacobus and Jacoba (Knoop) Bakker
son: Marius (Bob) Hermanus Bakker
born: 11 Feb 1880 Lyden Netherlands, died: 18 Jan 1958 Libby, Lincoln County MT
dau: Jacoba Maria Bakker
born: 3 Oct 1878 Lyden Netherlands, died: Mar 1973 Libby, Lincoln County MT
dau: Christina Bakker
born: Mar 1886 Montana, died: 1953 Stevensville, Ravalli County MT
son: Jacob Marious Bakker
born: 22 Jul 1889 Helena, Lewis and Clark County MT, died: 20 Jul 1962 Missoula County MT, married: Mary Agnes Frazier 25 Mar 1911 Missoula, County MT, 1900 Census: Libby Township, Flathead County MT, (age 20, born Mar 1880 Holland) living with sister, Jacoba and Henry Boathman, children: Thelma Bakker, born: 22 Nov 1913, died: 3 Oct 2009 Tacoma, Pierce County Washington, Vera Lucille Bakker, born: 21 Mar 1916 Missoula, County MT, died: 16 Jun 1962, Peekskill, Westchester NY (married: John Maurice Farris, 1914 – 1975)

notes:
1) Marius was a twin to Jacobus, they came over to Helena, they worked on the Montana Capitol building together, the Bakker Bros. Architects. On a more recent post, there is a passenger list that shows them, and when they came over. I think after they were done in Helena is when Marius went to spokane. I have an article about Marius (Bob) Bakker. He was our great uncle. He homesteaded here after he left Spokane, and there is a pix also. If I have your email I can scan it and send it for you. I am at boothman@kvis.net

2) I am looking for any information, particularily marriages of these twins, born March 20 1849, in Haarlam Holland. I have their birth certificates, showing father as Dirk Bakker. My great grandfather Jacobus married Jacoba Knoop, but I do not know where or when.(I have been told that she gave up royalty to marry Jacobus Bakker "a commoner") Any info would be greatly appreceiated. I also have been unable to confirm when & how they came to the USA. They settled in Missoula, Montana. Not much is known about Marius other than that he left Montana to go to Spokane, Washington. Beverly Berry inbberry@netzero.net

3) I find an Adrianus Marinus Bakker b. in 1849 with mother by the name of Dirkje.
Geboorteakte Ameland, 1849
Aangiftedatum 8 maart 1849, blad nr. 8
Adrianus Marinus Bakker, geboren 6 maart 1849
zoon van Dirkje Bakker (but this is the wrong island. Hoorn is on the island of Terschelling)

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1264808810000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bakker,
The Marius Bakker Known as Bob that lived in Libby was This Jacobus Bakker's son. Marius's sister Jacoba Bakker Boothman Brad also lived in Libby. I have a great deal of information on this family. Jacobus had another son Jacobus who lived in Missoula & was my grandfather. You can contact me directly @ lnbberry@msn.com - Beverly

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1304462487000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bakker
Your Marius also known as Bob is the son of This Jacobus. There were only 4 of 13 children that lived to adulthood.
Jacoba married Boothman then Brad Lived in Libby
Your Marius.
Christine - lived in stevensville, She married Templeton, Brown & one other.
Jacob - lived in Missoula, this is my grandfather.

I have full details on all of the children. I also have the info for their immigration.

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1304512239000
Classification: Query
Does anyone in this thread have these sisters for Jacobus and Marinus?

Two daughter of Dirk & Margaretha:

Source Civil register - Marriage
Archive location Gelders Archief
General Number of finding aid: 0207
Item number: 184
Municipality: Arnhem
Type of record: Huwelijksakte [marriage certificate]
Record number: 405
Registration date: 21-11-1901
Groom Jean Henri François Schoevers, boekhouder [bookkeeper]
Age: 33
Place of birth: Zutphen
Bride Margaretha Sara Bakker [b. about 1858]
Age: 43
Place of birth: Haarlem
Father groom Willem Frederik Alexander Schoevers
Mother groom Marie Josephine Henriette Borel
Father bride Dirk Bakker, hoofdcommies [municipal clerk]
Mother bride Margaretha Sara [Saartje] Weeveringh
Bride widow of Adrianus Johannes Knoop

Source Civil register - Death
Archive location Het Utrechts Archief
General Number of finding aid: 463
Item number: 79
Municipality: Amersfoort
Type of record: Overlijdensakte [death certificate]
Record number: 187
Registration date: 23-06-1926
Deceased Christine Wilhelmina Henriette Johanna Bakker
Gender: V
Date of death: 21-06-1926 [b. about 1846]
Age: 80
Place of death: Amersfoort
Father Dirk Bakker
Mother Saartje Weeveringh
Widow of Johannes Jacob Koensz

and an aunt:

A sister of Dirk Bakker:

Source Civil register - Death
Archive location Het Utrechts Archief
General Number of finding aid: 463
Item number: 384
Municipality: Baarn
Type of record: Overlijdensakte [death certificate]
Record number: 9
Registration date: 18-01-1904
Deceased Cornelia Maria Bakker
Gender: V [vrouw = female]
Date of death: 16-01-1904
Age: 83
Place of death: Baarn
Father Dirk Bakker
Mother Cornelia Maria Brak

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1306599824000
Classification: Query
Yes it is. The Bakker homestead was across the river on 37, just past trailor court, where the fields and big barn are. I do have some local history also.

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1330545149000
Classification: Query
that was my grandfather, do you have any photos???
you can email me at crismorem@gmail.com thanks

Re: Jacobus & Marius Bakker- twins born 1849

Posted: 1330622813000
Classification: Query
This is my original post & I just realized I have the wrong e-mail address.
Jacobus was my great grandfather.
He was married to Jacoba Knoop
Parents were Dirk Bakker & Margaretha Sara Weeveringh
They had a total of 11 children with 4 living to adulthood
I am showing Dirk & Margaretha with 5 children
Please contact me lnbberry@q.com My name is Beverly
I also information on the twin Marinus.
I have birth certificates for Jacobus & twin Marinus & Jacoba Knoop
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