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Tracy Matilda (Moss) De Jong was born on September 12, 1916 to Albert and Agnes (Kuyper) Moss on a farm near Carmel, Iowa. Tracy attended country school through the eighth grade.

On March 26, 1936, Tracy married Simon De Jong in Carmel. The couple lived and farmed near Carmel until 1974, when they moved into Sioux Center. In 2011, Tracy moved to Crown Pointe Assisted Living in Sioux Center and was lovingly cared for by the staff at Royale Meadows Care Center at the time of her death. Tracy was a lifelong member of the Carmel Reformed Church, where she was active in Ladies Aid and singing in the choir. In her free time, Tracy enjoyed staying busy in the garden or working with flowers. Her hands were often busy with quilting or crocheting projects. She loved music and spending time with her family.

She is survived by her children: Allen (Eunice) De Jong of Rock Valley, Florence Dykstra of Hospers, Odean (Phyllis) De Jong of Hull, Lloyd (Lois) De Jong and Dallas De Jong of Sioux Center, Karen (Myron) Kooima of Inwood, Beverly (Larry) Eckblad of Lakewood, CO; 20 grandchildren; 55 great grandchildren; 14 great great grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Frances Moss of Bettendorf, IA, as well as, numerous nieces and nephews.

Tracy was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Simon; her parents, Albert and Agnes Moss; infant son, Stanley De Jong; infant grandson, Michael De Jong; two great granddaughters: Katelyn De Jong and Isabelle Fuihr; son-in-law, Dick C. Dykstra and five siblings: Neal (Tillie) Moss, Marion (Henrietta) Moss, John (Gertrude) Moss, Edward Moss and Gertrude (Martin) De Jager. 
Moss, Tracy Matilda (I5407)
 
2 He was born on March 9, 1961, in Idaho Falls, to Merle R. and Marjorie L. Giles Bierma. He attended O. E. Bell Junior High and Butte High School. He served in the National Guard in Idaho Falls. He married Jackielyn Lewis on February 11, 1984 and were later sealed in the Idaho Falls Temple for time and eternity on August 3, 1985. He grew up in the Idaho Falls area and Arco area and lived with his great foster parents, Lee and Denise Simmons in Arco. He worked for Service Master, Cart Transportation, Development Workshop and INL Site cleaning, supervising janitorial work, maintenance and carpets, for over 20 years in Idaho Falls facilities. He loved his work.

Dennis was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His favorite church calling was Webelos Scouts and helping to teach primary.

Dennis loved mudding, camping, driving around the mountains and working on cars with his friends and sons. Dennis would give the shirt off his back to anyone or would give them his last dollar. He was funny and loving.

Survivors include his wife, Jackielyn Lewis Bierma of Ucon; children, Misty Bierma (Ben) Ashley of Ucon, Melanie Bierma (Tyler Stevens) Swanson of Idaho Falls, Melissa O'Connor Bierma of Pocatello, Mandy Bierma (Shane) Starnes of Idaho Falls, Matthew (Ashley) Bierma of Idaho Falls, Maylyn Bierma (Dallon) Loertscher of Ucon, Mitchall (Reagan) Bierma of Idaho Falls, Megan (Adrian Escobar) Bierma of Idaho Falls, Taleigha Spencer of Ucon and Shane Shears of Ammon; mother-in-law, Afton Lewis of Preston; sisters, Lisa (Gary) Jones of Ammon, and Carolyn Busch of Idaho Falls; brother, Richard Bierma of Idaho Falls; chosen children, Mya Buchin Hokanson and Jason Buchin Hokanson, both of Ammon; twenty five grandchildren and numerous brother and sister-in laws. He was preceded in death by his parents, Merle and Marjorie Bierma, sister, Evagene Killian, father-in-law Thomas H. Lewis, grandparents Bessie and John Giles Sr., and grand daughter Nehemyah Dawn Niendorf. 
Bierma, Dennis Ray (I6318)
 
3 Op 1 juli 1886 vertrokken van HET BILDT naar USA. Buikstra, Marten (I709)
 
4 She was born June 12, 1918 at Fifield, Iowa in Marion County, the daughter of Cornie and Beryle Reynolds VanDenBerg. She attended White Breast Rural School at Fifield, Iowa.

She graduated with the class of 1936 from Pella High School. She taught in the rural school, Summit at Otley, Iowa 1938-1939. Helen was united in marriage with Donald Douwstra at Otley Reformed Church on November 1, 1939. To this union two children were born; Donna Kae and Stanton Craig.

She worked in the family business of Douwstra Wholesale Co. 1963-1975. Helen took care of her mother-in-law, Margaret Douwstra for three years. She taught ceramics in a ceramic shop in her home for several years.
Helen served as Past President and Secretary of Pella Legion Auxiliary, was a member of First Baptist Church where she served as a Deaconess, taught sixteen years as a teacher in Sunday School, and served on several committees at church.

Helen was very artistic and enjoyed all kinds of crafts, sewing, knitting, woodcrafts and stain glass and refinishing furniture. Her family is blessed with so many beautiful works of Helen’s art.

She is survived by her son Craig and wife Beverly, son-in-law Gene DeHeer and five grandchildren. Blain DeHeer and wife Sue, Brice DeHeer, Jeremy Douwstra, Chad Douwstra and wife Julie, Kristi and her husband Mike Gauthier. Great grandchildren, Derrick, Alexis, Kaelie DeHeer, Kylie, Emily, Zachary, Alexander Douwstra, Joshua Galler, Colton, Brooklyn and Ashlyn Gauthier, niece Mikki VanDusseldorp, nephew Gregory VanDenBerg and several nieces and nephews and their spouses.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Cornie who died May 2, 1990 and Beryle who died July 28, 1989, daughter Donna Kae DeHeer died January 31, 1992 and her husband Donald died June 18, 1996. Her brother Wayne VanDenBerg and wife Jeanne. Also her husband’s family Simon and Margaret DeHaan Douwstra, Ben and Frances VanderHoek, Herman and Helen Douwstra. 
van den Berg, Helen Marie (I9884)
 
5 - Op 21 mei 1942 is Willem Bevaart getransporteerd vanuit Amsterdam
- Vanaf 22 mei 1942 is Willem Bevaart vrijwillig of onder dwang naar Duitsland gegaan om daar te werken
 
Bevaart, Willem Hendrik (I1611)
 
6 - Op 5 november 1942 is Jacob Bevaart getransporteerd vanuit Amsterdam
- Vanaf 6 november 1942 is Jacob Bevaart vrijwillig of onder dwang naar Duitsland gegaan om daar te werken
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Bevaart, Jacob (I1616)
 
7 - Van 29 september 1943 tot 7 oktober 1943 zat Hendrik Verweel gevangen in Huis van Bewaring Noordsingel in Rotterdam
- Op 29 september 1943 is Hendrik Verweel gearresteerd in Rotterdam.
- Op 7 oktober 1943 is Hendrik Verweel getransporteerd naar Duitsland.
 
Verweel, Hendrik (I2279)
 
8 - Vanaf 11 juni 1941 zat Willem Kabbedijk gevangen in Huis van Bewaring Noordsingel in Rotterdam.
- Op 11 juni 1941 is Willem Kabbedijk gearresteerd in Rotterdam.
- Van 4 juli 1941 tot 11 juli 1941 zat Willem Kabbedijk gevangen in Huis van Bewaring Noordsingel in Rotterdam.
- Op 4 juli 1941 is Willem Kabbedijk gearresteerd in Rotterdam.
- Op 11 juli 1941 is Willem Kabbedijk getransporteerd naar Scheveningen.
 
Kabbedijk, Willem (I5254)
 
9 - Vanaf 26 augustus 1943 zat Hendrik Koornneef gevangen in Huis van Bewaring Noordsingel in Rotterdam.
- Op 26 augustus 1943 is Hendrik Koornneef gearresteerd in Rotterdam.
- 31 augustus 1943 ontslagen uit het Huis van Bewaring.
 
Koornneef, Hendrik (I104)
 
10 - Vanaf 7 oktober 1944 zat Anton Marie Volkman gevangen in Huis van Bewaring Noordsingel in Rotterdam.
- Op 7 oktober 1944 is Anton Marie Volkman gearresteerd in Rotterdam.
- Tussen 4 november 1944 en 15 januari 1945 zat Anton Marie Volkman gevangen in Kamp Amersfoort.
 
Volkman, Anton Marie (I2250)
 
11 1962-1985
Burgemeester van Heerde. 
Faber, Tjitze (I5597)
 
12 1ST LT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II 
de Groot, Earl Theodore (I7406)
 
13 Aangifte door de vader; kind erkend bij huwelijk ouders d.d. 11 januari 1873 Gezin (F153)
 
14 Alfred Bernard De Jong was born on April 12, 1942, the son of Theodore and Geraldine (Hofmeyer) De Jong in Ireton, IA. He grew up in the Ireton area on a farm, graduated from Western Christian High School and attended Sioux Empire College in Hawarden, IA. Alfred enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and was a member of the 185th Air Guard. He served his country in Vietnam. On February 12, 1965, he was united in marriage to Wilma De Haan in Artesia, CA. The couple made their home on a farm northeast of Ireton, IA. Together they had five children: Rhonda, David, Steve, Brenda and Cheryl. Their son David passed away in infancy. de Jong, Alfred Bernard (I7844)
 
15 Alfred James De Jong was born March 14, 1925 to Fred and Jennie (De Jager) De Jong. He was raised near Ireton, Iowa.
On February 6, 1950, he was married to Winnifred A. Vande Kamp in Ireton. He was drafted into the US Army and served in the Korean War, where he was wounded in combat and earned a Purple Heart. They farmed near Ireton until 1972. He then drove a propane delivery truck until he retired at age 65, but continued to work for Siouxland Propane doing a variety of jobs.
Alfred was a lifelong member of the Ireton Christian Reformed Church.
Survivors include his wife of 67 years; five children and their spouses, Alma (Ron) Schaap of Sioux Center, Iowa, Gloria (Lou) Kingma of Hawarden, Iowa, Lavonne (Dave) Van Oort of New Hampton, Iowa, Dennis (Lin) De Jong of Carmel, Iowa, and Karen (Greg) TeHennepe of Byron Center, Michigan; 14 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Esther Mae Bolkema of Michigan.
Alfred was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Ted, Bernard, and Henry; three sisters, Rose Mulder, Rena De Boer, and Ann Mulder; and 2 great-grandchildren. 
de Jong, Alfred James (I7831)
 
16 Angelene Van Waardhuizen Grandia was born August 1, 1917, to John and Nellie Van Waardhuizen near Otley, Iowa. She was educated in the nearby excellent country schools.

Ange was united in marriage with Earl Grandia on December 20, 1939. She and Earl were blessed with two daughters: Judith and Janice.

Ange was very involved in church and community organizations. A long time member of First Reformed Church, she taught Sunday School for many years, and was always a happy volunteer preparing meals and helping others. She was a member of the Federated Club and enjoyed working as a volunteer in the Windmill, the Scholte House, and various other Tulip Time activities, including representing the province of Gelderland. Angelene died December 19, 2010 in Oro Valley, Arizona, where she had gone to live in August of 2009 to be near her daughter.

She is survived by her daughters and their families: Rev. Judith Marvel of Tucson, Arizona, and Jan Vander Leest of Russellville, Arkansas, and their husbands Jim Marvel and Rich Vander Leest. Grandma had five grandchildren: Rev. Maj. Jake Marvel, his wife Misha, and their daughters Charis and Rebekah from Albany, New York; Jana Moore and her husband, Lt. Com. Vince Moore, from Yukosuka, Japan; Rev. Judson Marvel, his wife Jodi, and their children, Jayla and Jackson from Hudsonville, Michigan; Erin Vander Leest and her husband, Tom Pyle, of Round Rock, Texas; and Chris Vander Leest and his wife, Jennifer Peroyea, of Kirkland, Washington.
Published Pella Garden Chapel website 
van Waardhuizen, Angelene (I9879)
 
17 Anna (Bouwman) Tilstra was born January 16, 1928 to William and Hendrika (Boon) Bouwman in rural Alvord, Iowa. She was baptized and confirmed at Lester Bethel Reformed Church in Lester, Iowa. She spent her childhood years with her family on various farms outside of Alvord and Lester. Her senior year of high school, Anna moved into Lester where she babysat for her room and board. She also worked at the Rock Rapids Hotel and Van’s Grocery in Rock Rapids, Iowa. She graduated from Lester High School in 1946 and then attended teacher’s training at Morningside Teacher’s College in Iowa. Her first teaching job was at Midland School #6 in Iowa.

She was united in marriage on December 28, 1948 to Fred Conrad Tilstra in Doon, Iowa. The newlyweds purchased and remodeled a school house near Hills, Minnesota for a year while they farmed. They then moved to Fred’s grandfather’s farm north of Rock Rapids and continued to farm. During these years, Anna also taught school at Logan #7 (a Lyon County Iowa country school) and then at Hills (MN) Christian School. Her years of teaching greatly influenced her life, teaching her the value of education, independence and eventually passing on her love of learning to her own children. In 1956, the young family put their roots down on a farm southwest of Luverne, Minnesota where they farmed and raised livestock. Anna was a homemaker and helped Fred with the farming operation. During the 1980s, Anna took on an additional job as a clerk at Montgomery Ward in nearby Rock Rapids. The couple retired from farming in 1991. Anna and Fred continued to reside on the farm until moving to the Oaks apartments in Luverne in August of 2006. Fred preceded Anna in death in 2008. Anna continued living at the Oaks until 2016 when she became a resident at Prairie Creek Memory Care in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for a couple of years and then transitioned to the Good Samaritan Society – Mary Jane Brown Home in Luverne where she passed away on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at the age of 92 years, three months and one day. A highlight of mom’s retirement years was spending 12 winters in Harlingan, TX with Fred.

Anna was a member of the American Reformed Church in Luverne where she served as a Sunday School teacher for many years and was active in circle, often leading group bible study. She was a member of Rock County Extension and the Minnesota State Cattlemens Association Auxillary . She enjoyed crochet, embroidery, was an avid reader and spent plenty of time over her years caring for her huge vegetable garden on the farm.

Anna is lovingly remembered by her children, Harold (Mary) Tilstra of Prior Lake, Minnesota; Karen (Craig) Rollag of Beaver Creek, Minnesota and Luanne Tilstra (Phillip Smith) of Terra Haute, Indiana; eight grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; brothers, Walter (Joan) Bouwman of Artesia, CA, A. James (Esther) Bouwman of Rock Valley, IA, William (Carol) Bouwman of Rock Valley and John (Paula) Bouwman of Fredericksburg, TX; sisters, Edith (Alvin) Hoogendorn of Sioux Falls and Angela Faber of Sioux Falls; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred; two sons, an infant and Wayne Tilstra; brothers, Edward Bouwman and Henry Bouwman; and her sisters, Annetta Wiese and Martina Vanden Brink. 
Bouwman, Anna (I5464)
 
18 Anna Lucille (Koopal) Vanderheiden was born on September 24, 1931 in Platte, South Dakota to Martin and Jennie (Dykema) Koopal. She attended Hamilton School in rural Charles Mix County.

On June 1, 1951 she was united in marriage to Eugene Lloyd Vanderheiden at the First Reformed Church in Platte. They started farming west of Platte in 1954, after Eugene's return from the Army. Anna was a housewife and helped Eugene on the farm. After Eugene's death in 2010, Anna enjoyed going to activities at the Senior Center, bible study, spending time with her cats and mowing lawn at the farm. Anna moved to Prairie View Assisted Living in Kimball, South Dakota in 2014 due to health reasons. She was a member of First Reformed Church in Platte.

Grateful for having shared in Anna's life: her son, Allen (Dawn) Vanderheiden of Platte, South Dakota; two grandchildren: Stevie Vanderheiden and Alisha Vanderheiden of Casper, Wyoming; two great-granddaughters: Tayven Gene Nab and Mabry Julie Anna Vanderheiden of Casper, Wyoming; a sister, Helen Mesman of Platte, South Dakota; a brother-in-law, Jim Wesseling and a sister-in-law, Gloria Koopal both of Parkston, South Dakota; four brothers-in-law: Floyd (Gert) Vanderheiden, Arnold (Shirley) Vanderheiden, Donnie (Joann) Vanderheiden, and Wayne Vanderheiden all of Platte, South Dakota; two sisters-in-law: Iona Dufrain of Platte, South Dakota and Miriam Vanderheiden of St. Peters, Minnesota; along with many nieces, nephews and friends.

Anna was preceded in death by her husband, Eugene Vanderheiden (Nov. 29, 2010); her parents, Martin and Jennie Koopal; a brother, John Koopal; a sister, Berniece Wesseling; four brothers-in-law: Harlan Mesman, Lyle Vanderheiden, Don Dufrain and Wes Wilkins; and two sisters-in-law: Elaine Wilkins and Varee Vanderheiden 
Koopal, Anna (I5577)
 
19 Annetta Bouwman, daughter of William and Hendrika (Boon) Bouwman, was born September 6, 1924 in Alvord, IA. She grew up in the Lester, IA area and received her education in country school. Annetta then worked as a waitress at Shriver’s Tea Room in Sioux Falls and at Vans grocery store in Rock Rapids, IA.

Annetta was united in marriage with Vernon Wiese on February 5, 1952 in Doon, IA. The couple farmed near Ellsworth, MN until moving to Sioux Falls, SD in 1988.

Grateful for having shared her life are four children, Terry Wiese and his wife, Carmen, Spirit Lake, IA, and their children, Amy and Ryan, Sherry Baal and her husband, William, Brandon, SD, and their children, Heather and Jenna, Barbara Gertsema and her husband, Daniel, Overland Park, KS, and their children, Kayla and Daniel II, Carol Hausauer, Olathe, KS, and her children, Brett, Peter, Nicholas and Claire; 5 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Anna Tilstra, Sioux Falls, SD, Edith Hoogendoorn and her husband, Alvin, Sioux Falls, SD, Angela Faber, Inwood, IA; four brothers, Walter Bouwman and his wife, Joan, Artesia, CA, A. James Bouwman and his wife, Esther, Rock Valley, IA, William Bouwman and his wife, Carol, Rock Valley, IA, John Bouwman and his wife, Paula, Fredericksburg, TX; and many other relatives and friends.

Annetta was preceded in death by her husband, Vernon, on December 17, 2007; her parents; her step-mother, Renetta Bouwman; two brothers, Edward Bouwman, Henry Bouwman; a sister, Martina Van Den Brink; and a son-in-law, James Hausauer. 
Bouwman, Annetta (I5463)
 
20 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Buikstra, Jane Ellen (I3408)
 
21 ariann Pickard, nee Boss, age 70, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on April 10, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth J. Pickard (1985). Loving mother of Richard (Lynn), David (Kimberly) and Holly (James) Haitsma. Cherished grandmother of Stephanie, Brittany, Katie and Kenny; Addyson and Annaliese. Devoted daughter of the late John and Nellie (nee Brink) Boss. Dear sister of Darlene DeBoer, Carolynn Boss, Marjorie (Robert) Small, Sandra Boss and the late John E. Boss. Much loved aunt of many nieces and nephews. Boss, Mariann J. (I5750)
 
22 Arlene R. Dekkers was born May 24, 1937 at Ireton, Iowa, the daughter of Theodore "Ted" and Geraldine (Hofmeyer) De Jong. She attended Ireton Christian School and married Anthony J. Dekkers September 25, 1957 at Ireton. The couple lived in Florida for a short time while Anthony served in the U.S. Navy. They lived in Ireton before they began farming northeast of Hawarden.

Arlene was an active member of the Christian Reformed Church in Hawarden serving in Sunday School, as Youth Leader and in the Dorcas Aid. She was an Avon representative for 24 years.

Survivors include her husband Anthony J.; her two children, Janelle Tresa Dekkers of Pleaston, California, and Myron Lee Dekkers of Hawarden; one granddaughter; a brother, Alfred B. De Jong of Ireton; and two sisters, Jeanette Groenendyk of Hudsonville, Michigan, and Thelma Bomgaars of Maurice.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Gaylene Rose and a son, Arnold Jay.
 
de Jong, Arlene (I7843)
 
23 Auto ongeluk de Vries, Gerrit (I6005)
 
24 Barthel, Isabelle M. age 86, of St. Michael. Survived by loving children: Lyle (Dottie) Barthel, Larry Barthel, Francis (Linda) Barthel, LeRoy (Christine) Barthel, Mark Barthel, Mike (Cindy) Barthel all of St. Michael, Nancy (Byron) Tilus of Buffalo, Cindy (Jim) Bistodeau of Albertville & Brenda (Bill) Mosby of St. Michael; 19 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; sisters & brothers: Marie Dehn, Delia Roehl, Don Pouliot, George Pouliot, Father Francis Pouliot, Richard Pouliot, Ralph Pouliot, Leo Pouliot, Marian Neumann, Carol Mindrum & Father Eugene Pouliot; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by husband: Clem Barthel, parents: Ephrem & Agnes Pouliot and by a brother: Ernie Pouliot. Pouloit, Isabelle Marie (I8914)
 
25 Beeldhouwer aan de Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerpen. Thissen, Prof. Josephus Matheus Hubertus (I4263)
 
26 Beeldhouwer in Roermond. Thissen, Christophorus Ludovicus Joannes Hubert (I4288)
 
27 Beloved wife of the late John A. Van Drunen. Loving mother of six sons: Lawrence (Joan) Van Drunen, Michael (Deborah) Van Drunen, John (Nancy) Van Drunen, Daniel (Diane) Van Drunen, Steven (Mary) Van Drunen, and Ronald (Denise) Van Drunen; and three daughters: Cathy (late Gerrit) Hamstra, Sherry (Kenneth) Wieringa and Diane (Mark) Hamstra and preceded in death by one son: David Van Drunen in 1971. Devoted grandmother of 30 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. Dear sister of the late Robert (late Marilyn) Vree, late Don (late Lee) Vree, and the late Roger (Laurie) Vree. Preceded in death by her parents: Louis and Ruby Vree. Vree, Laverne J (I7534)
 
28 Berniece Grace Koopal Wesseling was born December 27, 1935 to Martin and Jennie (Dykema) Koopal in rural Platte, South Dakota, Charles Mix County. She completed her education through the 8th grade and went on to earn her GED. On August 24, 1954, she was united in marriage to James H. Wesseling at the First Reformed Church in Platte. She had made her home in Rapid City, Chamberlain and Aurora Center, SD before returning to Platte. Together she and James helped many older residents live a more independent life through their ownership of the Platte Assisted Living.

Berniece was a woman of strong faith and member of the First Reformed Church in Platte; collected Precious Moments figurines; had a green thumb; enjoyed bowling; was a hard worker and a good wife and mother.

Berniece was preceded in death by: her parents, Martin and Jennie Koopal; a brother, John Koopal; her father-in-law, Harold Wesseling and a brother-in-law, Harlan Mesman. 
Koopal, Berniece Grace (I5578)
 
29 Beroep wachtmeester v Politie Volkman, Anton Marie (I2250)
 
30 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Tjepkema, Taeke (I394)
 
31 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Broersma, Jan (I406)
 
32 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Kuiken, Stendert (I550)
 
33 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Plat, Jan (I568)
 
34 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Smidts, Hendrik (I618)
 
35 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. van Herwijnen, Hendrik Pieter (I773)
 
36 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. van Herwijnen, Jan (I775)
 
37 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. van Herwijnen, Pieter (I777)
 
38 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Boumans, Joseph Alexander (I426)
 
39 bij akte geen partner vermeld. Leenders, Maria Sibilla (I87)
 
40 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Neeltje (I933)
 
41 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. van Gent, Catharina (I940)
 
42 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Gerrit (I947)
 
43 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Konijnendijk, Jacobus Johannes (I955)
 
44 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Jan (I960)
 
45 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Gerrit (I962)
 
46 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Neeltje (I959)
 
47 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Dirk (I948)
 
48 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Alderliefste, Arij Jacobus (I981)
 
49 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Kuiken, Roelof (I670)
 
50 Bij akte geen partner vermeld. Smidts, Jan (I723)
 

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