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Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA



 



Tree: Veenkoloniale voorouders
Notes: Chicago refers to the city of Chicago, and to the Chicago metropolitan area, colloquially called Chicagoland. Chicago is the largest city in the state of Illinois, the largest in the Midwest, and, with a population of nearly three million people, it is the third-most populous city in the United States. The Chicago metropolitan area has a population of over 9.4 million in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana, making it also the third largest metropolitan area in the United States. Chicago is located along the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan and is a major center of transportation, industry, politics, culture, finance, medicine and higher education. Chicago's monikers include the "Windy City," "Chi-Town," "Chi-City," the "Second City," and the "City of the Big Shoulders" (from Carl Sandburg's poem Chicago).
Chicago is the financial, business, and cultural capital of the Midwest, and is ranked as an alpha world city . The city was founded in 1833 to link the Great Lakes with the Mississippi River System. It soon became a transportation hub of the Midwest. By the Chicago World's Fair of 1893, it was one of the ten most influential world cities.
History of Chicago
During the mid-18th century the Chicago area was inhabited primarily by Potawatomis, who took the place of the Miami and Sauk and Fox people. The first non-native settler in Chicago, Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable, was Haitian and arrived in the 1770s, married a Potawatomi woman, and founded the area's first trading post. In 1803, the United States Army built Fort Dearborn, which was destroyed in 1812 in the Fort Dearborn Massacre. The Ottawa, Ojibwa, and Potawatomi later ceded the land to the United States in the Treaty of St. Louis of 1816. On August 12, 1833, the Town of Chicago was organized with a population of 350, and within seven years it grew to a population of over 4,000. The City of Chicago was incorporated on March 4, 1837.
Chicago in its first century was one of the fastest growing cities in the world, heavily promoted by Yankee entrepreneurs and land speculators. Its population reached 1 million by 1890.
Starting in 1848, the city became an important transportation link between the eastern and western United States with the opening of the Galena & Chicago Union Railroad, Chicago's first railway, and the Illinois and Michigan Canal, which allowed steamboats and sailing ships on the Great Lakes to connect through Chicago to the Mississippi River. With a flourishing economy that brought many new residents from rural communities and Irish American, Polish American, Swedish American, German American and numerous other immigrants, Chicago grew from a city of 299,000 to nearly 1.7 million between 1870 and 1900. The city's manufacturing and retail sectors dominated the Midwest and greatly influenced the American economy, with the Union Stock Yards dominating the meat packing trade.
After the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, Chicago experienced rapid rebuilding and growth. During Chicago's rebuilding period, the first skyscraper was constructed in 1885 using steel-skeleton construction. In 1893, Chicago hosted the World's Columbian Exposition on former marshland at the present location of Jackson Park. The Exposition drew 27.5 million visitors, and is considered among the most influential world's fairs in history. The University of Chicago was founded one year earlier in 1892 on the same location. The term "midway" for a fair or carnival referred originally to the Midway Plaisance, a strip of park land that still runs through the University of Chicago campus & connects Washington & Jackson Parks.
The city was the site of labor conflicts and unrest during this period, which included the Haymarket Riot on May 4, 1886. Concern for social problems among Chicago's lower classes led to the founding of Hull House in 1889, of which Jane Addams was a co-founder. The city also invested in many large, finely-landscaped municipal parks, which also included public sanitation facilities.
Lake Michigan, the primary source of fresh water for the city, was already highly polluted from population growth and the rapidly growing industries in and around Chicago. The city responded by embarking on several large public works projects, including a large excavation project which built tunnels below Lake Michigan to newly built water cribs which were two miles (3 km) off the lakeshore. However, the cribs failed to bring enough clean water, as spring rains would wash the polluted water from the Chicago River into them. Beginning in 1855, Chicago constructed the first comprehensive sewer system in the U.S. In 1900, the problem of sewage was solved by reversing the direction of the river's flow with the construction of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal leading to the Illinois River.
The 1920s brought international notoriety to Chicago as gangsters such as Al Capone battled each other and the law during the Prohibition era. Nevertheless, the 1920s also saw a large increase in Chicago industry as well as the first arrivals of the Great Migration that would lead thousands of mostly Southern blacks to Chicago and other Northern cities. On December 2, 1942, the world's first controlled nuclear reaction was conducted at the University of Chicago as part of the top secret Manhattan Project.
Mayor Richard J. Daley was elected in 1955, in the era of so-called machine politics. Starting in the 1950s, many upper and middle-class citizens left the inner-city of Chicago for the suburbs and left many impoverished neighborhoods in their wake. Nevertheless, the city hosted the 1968 Democratic National Convention and saw the construction of the Sears Tower (which became the world's tallest building), McCormick Place, and O'Hare Airport. When long time mayor, Richard J. Daley, died, Michael Bilandic was mayor for three years. His loss in a primary election has been attributed to the city's poor performance during a heavy snow storm. In 1979 Jane Byrne, the city's first female mayor, was elected. She popularized the city as a movie location and tourist destination, but also failed to manage its finances well.
In 1983 Harold Washington became the first African American to be elected to the office of mayor. His election as mayor was one of the closest mayoral elections in Chicago. Bernie Epton was the Republican candidate, who ran on the slogan "Before it's too late." Epton said it was in reference to voting for him before it was too late and the city sunk into bankruptcy, but critics accused the slogan of actually meaning to vote for him before an African American is elected.
During Mayor Washington's term office marked the first time Chicago spent the same amount of public funds in each of its wards in its history. Current mayor Richard M. Daley, son of Richard J. Daley, was first elected in 1989. New projects during the younger Daley's administration have made Chicago larger, more environmentally friendly, and more accessible.
Since the early 1990s, Chicago has seen a turnaround with increased ethnic diversity and many formerly abandoned neighborhoods starting to show new life. Several of these neighborhoods, such as South Loop, West Loop (Green Street), Wicker Park/Bucktown, Uptown, and others, have become coveted among the upper class, as these once "run-down" areas have transformed into centers of business, entertainment, and peaceful family living. These areas, such as Green Street, once gave Chicago a bad reputation, but due to rapid gentrification, these areas are some of the most popular and interesting ones to visit in the entire city. As a part of its environmentally friendly image, Chicago declared the Peregrine Falcon, a protected species that started to build its nests in Chicago skyscrapers, the official bird of the city in 1999. Under the current Mayor Daley, Chicago has seen considerable investment in infrastructure, revitalizing downtown theatres and retail districts, and improving lakefront and riverfront cityscapes.
Toponymy
The name "Chicago" is the French rendering of the Miami-Illinois name shikaakwa, meaning wild leek (an analogical extension of the original meaning of "skunk").
The origin of Chicago's nickname as "The Windy City" is debated (see List of nicknames for Chicago). The most common explanation had been that the phrase was created by New York newspapers in the 1880s during a national debate over which city would host the 1893 World's Fair, making reference to the long-windedness of the city's supporters. However, "Windy City" was used as early as 1876 by Cincinnati papers. As a result, the name remains in common usage.

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City/Town : Latitude: 41.8675, Longitude: -87.6243


Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID   Tree 
1 Abbas, James William  14 Sep 1914Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344640 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Achtien, Nicholas Edward  11 Aug 1881Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I462798 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Achtien, Nicholas Edward  14 Oct 1915Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I462803 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 Aggen, John  03 Jan 1885Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I763359 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Allen, Edward W  1897Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I522430 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
6 Allen, Glenn  1909Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I522432 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
7 Allen, Howard  1902Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I522431 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
8 Arquette, Lewis Michael  14 Dec 1935Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I679316 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
9 Bandringa, Aaltje  10 Aug 1888Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344509 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
10 Bandringa, Albertha  12 Aug 1893Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344512 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
11 Bandringa, Siebrand  09 Apr 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344234 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
12 Bandringa, Siebrandt  29 Oct 1896Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344514 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
13 Bandringa, Trientje  08 Jul 1899Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344516 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
14 Barger, George  16 Jul 1886Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344513 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
15 Barger, George Mensa  13 Oct 1919Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344236 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
16 Barger, Madelyn Alberta  14 Apr 1916Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344235 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
17 Battjes, Rena  Yes, date unknownChicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I321012 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
18 Baughman, Elaine  28 Jul 1916Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I89889 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
19 Baumgartner, Anna P.  27 Jun 1870Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I244307 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
20 Behm, Leona Adeline Emma  30 Apr 1919Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344525 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
21 Berkenpas, Jennie Agnes  17 Nov 1925Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I371622 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
22 Bieze, Annie  Jun 1890Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199435 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
23 Bieze, Christine  1918Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229402 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
24 Bieze, Clara  Aug 1891Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199436 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
25 Bieze, Daniel William  Nov 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199438 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
26 Bieze, Francis  Aug 1891Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199437 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
27 Bieze, George  1891Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229398 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
28 Bieze, George  1893Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229399 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
29 Bieze, George  Jun 1900Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199443 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
30 Bieze, Harry George  24 Jun 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229288 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
31 Bieze, Henreika  02 May 1896Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199441 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
32 Bieze, Henrietta  Jul 1901Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229426 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
33 Bieze, Henry George  12 Mar 1915Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229401 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
34 Bieze, Herman  Sep 1891Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229243 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
35 Bieze, Jacobina  19 Sep 1916Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229403 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
36 Bieze, Jeanette  1890Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229392 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
37 Bieze, Jeanette  19 Jul 1895Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229409 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
38 Bieze, Jessie  Oct 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199445 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
39 Bieze, John  Oct 1898Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199442 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
40 Bieze, Louise  29 Jan 1899Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229422 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
41 Bieze, Richard  12 May 1895Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199440 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
42 Bieze, Rolland  24 Apr 1927Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229420 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
43 Bieze, Theodore  03 Jul 1897Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229416 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
44 Bieze, Ties  25 Dec 1893Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I199439 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
45 Bieze, Wiebe  01 Jul 1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229404 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
46 Boerema, Harry  01 Mar 1916Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I763364 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
47 Boerema, Sandra Kay  01 Oct 1940Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I763365 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
48 Bouma, Fimke  13 Jul 1893Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I149833 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
49 Brodson, Sidney  29 Aug 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322199 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
50 Brookstra, Clarence Lawrence  26 Jan 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I321023 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

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Died

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID   Tree 
1 Achtien, Klaas  16 Apr 1893Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I462795 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Aggen, John  02 Mar 1946Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I763359 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Alexander, Cecilia  Yes, date unknownChicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322463 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 Arends, Geertruida  18 Aug 1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I319580 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Ayer, John Varnum  Est 1877Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I192822 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
6 Baker, Elizabeth  27 Aug 1936Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788083 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
7 Bandringa, Mense Siebrandt  12 Aug 1939Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344507 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
8 Bandringa, Siebrand  17 Jun 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344234 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
9 Bandringa, Siebrandt  22 Mar 1932Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344514 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
10 Battjes, Rena  Yes, date unknownChicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I321012 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
11 Baumgartner, Anna P.  16 Jan 1937Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I244307 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
12 Bieze, Daniel  26 Feb 1936Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I189102 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
13 Bieze, George  1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229398 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
14 Bieze, George  1957Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229399 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
15 Bieze, Gerrit  04 Apr 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229231 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
16 Bieze, Geuchien Hinderikus  11 Feb 1922Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I211319 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
17 Bieze, Henderika  1948Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229233 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
18 Bieze, Henderikus Harm  28 Jan 1944Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229228 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
19 Bieze, Henrietta  Jan 1957Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229426 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
20 Bieze, Jeanette  03 Mar 1973Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229409 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
21 Bieze, Louise  01 Apr 1978Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229422 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
22 Bieze, Lukas Willem  Aug 1958Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229230 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
23 Bieze, Robert  23 May 1994Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229419 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
24 Bieze, Rolland  05 Dec 1958Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229420 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
25 Bieze, Ulbo Gerrit  05 Jun 1957Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229229 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
26 Boekholt, Martje  23 Jan 1921Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I49117 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
27 Boer, Trientje  08 Jan 1917Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344422 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
28 Boerema, Harry  Dec 1976Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I763364 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
29 Boerema, Sandra Kay  26 Apr 1943Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I763365 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
30 Boonstra, Wiepke  01 Dec 1991Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I76639 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
31 Borgman, Jakob  1977Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I633723 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
32 Bosma, Janna  20 May 1943Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788034 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
33 Bus, Sievert Francis  09 Jul 1991Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344522 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
34 Buwalda, Janke  25 Jul 1924Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229182 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
35 van Dijk, Elsien  12 Jan 1936Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I462794 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
36 Dischinger, Robert  1970Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229428 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
37 Disse, Janna  04 Aug 1922Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I712837 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
38 van Dongen, Lambertina Sophia Maria  09 Nov 1972Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I10938 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
39 Drenth, Albert  28 Sep 1898Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I345519 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
40 Dubois, Albert  15 Nov 1942Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344511 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
41 Dubois, Alfred  04 Mar 1965Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I344227 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
42 van Dyk, Betty  19 Sep 1926Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788024 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
43 Engelsman, Willem Roelfs  24 Oct 1931Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I217480 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
44 Ettema, Aartje  15 May 1922Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I508479 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
45 Evenhuis, Anna Berendina  24 Jul 1915Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I626225 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
46 Evenhuis, Jantje  24 Jul 1915Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I626224 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
47 Ferwerda, Elizabeth  06 May 1932Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I229405 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
48 Fisher, Fokke  30 Jan 1914Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I740344 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
49 Fokkens, Fokko  18 Oct 1929Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I577064 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
50 Goldsmith, Agnes  Yes, date unknownChicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322180 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

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Buried

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Buried    Person ID   Tree 
1 Bieze, Geuchien Hinderikus  14 Feb 1922Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I211319 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 van Dijk, Elsien  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I462794 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Disse, Janna  07 Aug 1922Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I712837 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 van Dongen, Lambertina Sophia Maria  11 Nov 1972Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I10938 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Fisher, Fokke  03 Feb 1914Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I740344 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
6 Hübl, James  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I87422 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
7 Hübl, Joseph  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I87319 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
8 Kooi, Annie  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I320974 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
9 Kramer, Hubert Elwood  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I448227 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
10 van Lier, Herman  09 Feb 1945Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788082 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
11 van Lier, Jan  25 Jul 1927Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788080 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
12 Noor, Pieter Everts  16 Oct 1901Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I522400 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
13 Pannekoek, Trientje  24 Nov 1927Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I740345 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
14 Rotgers, Meindert  14 Jun 1913Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I380316 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
15 Wiltjer, Allen  30 Jan 1918Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788119 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
16 Wiltjer, Menne  22 Feb 1927Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I788020 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

Occupation

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Occupation    Person ID   Tree 
1 Bloem, Pieter  1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I319590 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Goldsmith, Max Alexander  Between 1874 and 1923Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322175 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 van Raalte, Adelaide  1900Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322179 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 van Raalte, Adelaide  1910Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322179 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Shakman, Amalia S.  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322177 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

Emigration

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Emigration    Person ID   Tree 
1 Heerdt, Jacob  1891Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I713420 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Hek, Jacob  1884Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I523654 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Kuur, Grietje  1873Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I624783 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 Prins, Reiniera Margaretha Arendina  1901Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I471187 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Spinder, Geesie  1899Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I652568 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
6 Spinder, Pieter  1899Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I652484 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
7 de Waard, Jantje  1899Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I652565 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

Graduate

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Graduate    Person ID   Tree 
1 Moran, James Francis  Abt 1934Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385057 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

Census

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Census    Person ID   Tree 
1 Schrik, Albert  1930Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I327265 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Schrik, Bene  1940Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I703547 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Schrik, Teunis  1940Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I703231 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

Residence

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID   Tree 
1 Goldsmith, Max Alexander  1880Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322175 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Goldsmith, Max Alexander  1900Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322175 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Goldsmith, Max Alexander  1910Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322175 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 Karel, Hinderkien  1902Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I157026 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Lubben, Cornelius  1923Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385075 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
6 Lubben, David  1910Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I173194 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
7 Lubben, Janet Marie  1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385056 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
8 Lubben, Janet Marie  Between 1940 and 1945Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385056 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
9 Menko, Hellen Conny  1929Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322375 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
10 Moran, James Francis  Between 1940 and 1945Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385057 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
11 Pieters, Anna Magretha  1870Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322466 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
12 Pieters, Anna Magretha  1880Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322466 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
13 van Raalte, Adelaide  Bef 1948Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I322179 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
14 Watling, Jessie Elizabeth  03 May 1909Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385072 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
15 Watling, Jessie Elizabeth  1910Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385072 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
16 Watling, Jessie Elizabeth  1918Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385072 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
17 Watling, Jessie Elizabeth  1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385072 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
18 Watling, Jessie Elizabeth  1930Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA I385072 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

Married

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   Family    Married    Family ID   Tree 
1 Achtien / Stafford  19 Jul 1905Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F179789 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
2 Aggen / Zwart  25 Oct 1911Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F288176 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
3 Allen / Sietsema  05 Dec 1894Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F202995 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
4 Baas / Hanstra  26 Sep 1952Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F56346 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
5 Bandringa / Kraai  29 Oct 1887Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F135190 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
6 Barger / Malvich  16 Aug 1942Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F135112 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
7 Bieze / Ferwerda  1894Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90719 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
8 Bieze / Mohr  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90787 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
9 Bieze / Ossentjuk  1889Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90718 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
10 Bieze / Prins  02 Jan 1897Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90717 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
11 Bieze / Schenk  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90720 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
12 Bouma / Middel  1891Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F57038 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
13 Broekema / Swart  18 Apr 1909Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F24343 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
14 Brookstra / Noorlag  14 Jul 1932Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F125887 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
15 Camphouse / Wiltjer  07 Jul 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F296243 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
16 Dekens / Kramer  20 Jan 1902Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F259826 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
17 Dornbos / Wiltjer  14 Oct 1914Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F296259 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
18 Drenth / Boerhave  06 Aug 1896Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F230009 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
19 Dubois / Bandringa  17 Aug 1910Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F135226 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
20 Fisher / Pannekoek  21 Apr 1893Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F280911 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
21 Fitzner / Krenger  25 Jun 1913Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F233179 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
22 Frenkel / Israels  17 Apr 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F189326 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
23 Goldsmith / Alexander  06 Mar 1872Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F126350 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
24 Goldsmith / Shakman  17 Jan 1899Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F126351 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
25 Hoffenkamp / Vries  21 Aug 1872Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F125824 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
26 Hoving / Lubben  14 Jul 1904Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F85831 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
27 Hylen / Barger  23 Oct 1937Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F135111 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
28 Jager / Pannekoek  07 Sep 1897Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F280915 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
29 Jager / Pannekoek  23 Jan 1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F280918 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
30 Jekel / Bieze  1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90785 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
31 Kampstra / Ras  29 Nov 1929Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F60590 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
32 Kladder / Noorlag  25 Jun 1919Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F125925 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
33 Kocher / Bieze  1927Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90786 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
34 Krenger / Forner  19 Dec 1930Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F233591 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
35 Laan / Bieze  14 May 1915Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F90783 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
36 Land / Kent  09 Feb 1956Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F147064 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
37 Lier / Baker  28 Oct 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F296248 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
38 Lier / Wiltjer  21 Jul 1881Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F296247 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
39 Lubben / Watling  15 Jul 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F150649 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
40 Lynch / Lentz  1967Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F258047 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
41 Maar / Pannekoek  29 Apr 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F280914 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
42 Mavrogeanes / Noor  15 Jul 1908Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F203002 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
43 Mellema / Baumgartner  09 Jun 1892Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F96678 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
44 Mellema / Steele  04 Sep 1933Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F96764 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
45 Nelmark / Krenger  1927Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F233715 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
46 Noor / Benson  31 Aug 1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F203003 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
47 Noor / Knack  14 May 1920Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F203001 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
48 Noorlag / Battjes  Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F125882 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
49 Noorlag / Hoffman  05 Apr 1919Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F125888 Veenkoloniale voorouders 
50 Noorlag / Kooi  08 Jun 1904Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA F125870 Veenkoloniale voorouders 

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