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Douma, Kornelis (I0606)
 
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Douma, Tjamke (I0607)
 
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Douma, Geert (I0608)
 
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Grieken, Magdalena Antonia van (I0801)
 
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Gezin F0176
 
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1 MATHILDA WILHELMINA VAN HELLEVOORT, concierge R.K. Militair Tehuis, geboren te Gorinchem op 29 februari 1868, gewettigd aldaar op 25 mei 1870 op 2-jarige leeftijd bij huwelijk van de moeder met Petrus Arnoldus van Hellevoort., wonende aldaar, overleden aldaar op 6 mei 1950, 82 jaar en 66 dagen oud. Mathilda is getrouwd te Gorinchem op 12 mei 1893, op 25-jarige leeftijd met MARTINUS VAN RUN (25 jaar oud), bierbrouwersknecht, geboren te Ammerzoden op 26 april 1868, wonende te Gorinchem, overleden aldaar op 30 augustus 1938, 70 jaar en 126 dagen oud, zoon van LAURENS VAN RUN (dienstknecht en landbouwer) en ANTONIA VAN DEN OORD.

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3 DINGENA VAN DER MADE, geboren te Gorinchem rond 1845, overleden na 12 mei 1893, minstens 48 jaar oud. Dingena is later getrouwd te Gorinchem op 25 mei 1870 (voogd van bruidegom: Jan Willem Hellevoort; toeziend voogd: Jan Monshouwer; 1 erkend kind van het vrouwelijk geslacht genaamd Mathilda Wilhelmina), op ongeveer 25-jarige leeftijd met PETRUS ARNOLDUS VAN HELLEVOORT (ongeveer 20 jaar oud), metselaar, geboren te Gorinchem rond 1850, wonende aldaar, overleden na 12 mei 1893, minstens 43 jaar oud, natuurlijke zoon van ADRIANA VAN HELLEVOORT. Haar dochter van een onbekende man:
- MATHILDA WILHELMINA VAN HELLEVOORT, geboren te Gorinchem op 29 februari 1868, zie 1.

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6 JOHANNES VAN DER MADE. Johannes was gehuwd met
7 AGATHA WILHELMINA KOK.
Uit dit huwelijk:
- CATHARINA VAN DER MADE, geboren te Gorinchem rond 1843. Catharina is getrouwd te Gorinchem op 9 januari 1868, op ongeveer 25-jarige leeftijd met JOHANNES MONSHOUWER (ongeveer 28 jaar oud), geboren te Gorinchem rond 1840, zoon van JAN MONSHOUWER en PIETERNELLA LEELEN.
- DINGENA VAN DER MADE, geboren te Gorinchem rond 1845, zie 3.
- JOHANNES GODEFRIDUS VAN DER MADE, kleermaker, geboren rond 1851, wonende te Gorinchem.

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Dit overzicht is gemaakt op woensdag 1 november 2006 met Haza-Data Plus 7.2f door:
A.M.J.G. van Run, Burg. van Hoofflaan 110, 5503 BR Veldhoven.
Tel. 040-2534148 
Hellevoort, Mathilda Wilhelmina van (I1439)
 
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A feature on the life of Ernie Bishop of Brent Knoll can be found on the Rooksbridge village website at;
http://www.rooksbridge.org.uk/bishop_family.htm 
Bishop, Ernest Walter John (I869)
 
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BIOGRAPHY: JOHN HUCKLEBRIDGE HUETT.

By all accounts John HUETT was a colourful character with an intriguing and mysterious past. Born in Somerset, England, in 1820, he is reputed to have trained as a physician (possibly in Glasgow). For some reason he was disqualified from practising, but the nickname 'Doc' stuck to him throughout his life. (Huett's grand-daughter, Alice Turnbull [nee Viney] recalls that he drank to excess, and also cites a tradition that his medical qualifications were lost in transit from the U.K.). HUETT married Agnes Skinner and they appear to have emigrated to Tasmania in the early1850's. The couple settled on the land at or near Westbury, and produced four children before Agnes' death (from tuberculosis) in September 1862. (She was 33 years old).
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John HUETT wasted little time finding a second mother for his young family; he married Sarah Ann Atwell at Deloraine in December 1862, and between 1867 and 1884, the couple produced another 8 children: Albert,John, Jesse, Alice, Arthur, Frank, James, George and David.
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(By the time David was born in 1884, his father was well into his 60's). Alice Jane Huett (b. Deloraine, 16 May 1874) married Thomas Viney, 28, at Deloraine, July 25 1894, produced 7 children, and died at Launceston, March 3 1908 (aged 33). [Alice and William Viney's elder daughter, Alice Victoria, was born in 1902, and married Stanley Turnbull].
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With his marriage to Sarah Atwell (also born in Somerset, c 1844), JohnHUETT settled in the Deloraine area and stayed there the rest of his life. His house at Elizabeth Town has been classified by the National Trust. HUETT is probably best remembered as the founder and proprietor of Huett's Coaches, which carried passengers and mail between Deloraine and Torquay (or, according to his grand-daughter, between Elizabeth Town and Burnie) prior to the establishment of the north-west rail links. James Fenton once described the less than glamorous coach-travel of that time:
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Even so late as the year 1879 the road to Deloraine was a dangerous bog in some places. In the spring of that year I was travelling in Hewett's [sic] coach with Mr. Braddon..... when in one spot, where a stump had been grubbed, one of the horses disappeared, all but his headand shoulders. We had all to lend a hand to extricate the poor animal.
The road being a sea of slush, not only there but for miles father, the condition of the coach, horses, driver, and passengers when we arrived at Latrobe can be more easily imagined than described.
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On another occasion, and apparently drunk HUETT turned his coach over. He acquired the 'Stone House' on the Deloraine - Latrobe road at Virginstow, for use as an inn and changing place for horses. (The building, which was demolished many years ago, was reputed to be haunted).
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John HUETT died at Whitefoord Hills, 5th November 1905. Many of his descendants still live in and around Deloraine, and interestingly, a recent retail development in the town is called Hucklebridge Court.
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Courtesy of;
Dr.Malcolm J. Turnbull
Fairfield
Victoria 3078 
HUETT, John (I33)
 
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Did not marry. 
Browne, Mabel (I692)
 
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From 'Times' Obituary. 20th June 1894.
"We have to record the death, on Sunday evening, at the age of 84, of the Rev. Edmund Dawe WICKHAM, an Evangelical clergyman, well known throughout the diocese of Winchester, in which the greater part of his active life was spent.
He was the son of James Anthony Wickham, of North Hill House. Frome Somerset. And was educated at Winchester College at the same time as Lord Selbourne, Lord Sherbrooke, Anthony Trollope and many other distinguished gentlemen.
Winchester College was founded by his ancestor William of Wykeham. From Winchester he went to Bailiol where he was a contemporary of Archbishop Manning and Archbishop Tate.
His first ministerial charge was at Godstone, Surrey. For the last 43 years of his life he was vicar of the parish of Holmwood, Surrey, only resigning on account of old age January last.
In 1836 he married Emma Palmer of Cheam Park, Surrey. Five children survive him, among whom are Rev. Archdale Palmer Wickham, well known as wicketkeeper for the Somerset eleven. And Mrs Bosworth-Smith. His eldest daughter married Rev. Frank Bright, Master of University College Oxford" (Bryan Cooper)
 
Wickham, Edmund Dawe (I3259)
 
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From the 'Times Obituary pages' 16 Oct 1935.
"Prebendary Archdale Palmer Wickham who died on Sunday, at the age of 79. He was beloved in his successive parishes.
He was a notable cricketer at Oxford. And later became a keen entomologist.
He came from an ancient Somerset family, and was the second son of Rev. Edmund Dawe Wickham, vicar of Holmwood, Surrey and his wife Emma, only daughter of Archdale Palmer of Cheam Park, Surrey. He was born in November 1855.
He was educated at Temple Grove and Marlborough where he gained a scholarship to New College Oxford, taking honours in the classics.
He kept wicket in the Oxford eleven in 1878 and later played for Norfolk and Somerset county sides.
After preparation at Leeds Clergy School he was ordained to the curacy St Stephens in Norwich in 1880. in 1889 he became vicar of Martock in Somerset. In 1904 he was collator to the prebendal stall of East Harptree at Wells Cathedral.
In 1911 he was made vicar of east Brent by the Bishop Dr Kennium.
Prebendary Wickham was a remarkable, industrious and successful entomologist. His collection of butterflies numbering many thousands. In 1917 he became a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society of London. And a constant visitor to the Natural History Museum. One of his great achievements was 'working out' a collection of thousands of specimens from the Amazon and Rio Madeira areas brought over by one of his sons. Alarge part of it was given to the British museum.
He was twice married, and had three sons and three daughters. One of his sons is housemaster at Eton. One of his sisters was the wife of the late Dr Frank Bright, Master of University College Oxford. Another of his sisters was the wife of Mr R Bosworth-Smith a master at Harrow. (Bryan Cooper)

His wife is buried with him in the family grave beside the path on the South side of St Marys church East Brent. (JR) 
Wickham, Rev. Archdale Palmer m.a. (I393)
 
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Her burial record states: Buried in 1799 with infant? (Bryan Cooper notes).
Did She die in childbirth? (JR) 
Gregory, Anne (I8158)
 
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Hij is geboren op 25 mei 1840 in Leeuwarden.
berte / oanjefte 25-05-1840 / 27-05-1840
wenplak fan de alden -
berne Aedsgar Jellema
skaai m
heit Tamme Jellema
mem Grietje Reeling
boarne Geboorteregister 1840, Leeuwarden, Aktenummer A318
Op de originele geschreven akte wordt hij Edsgar genoemd.


Hij is overleden op 21 februari 1858 in Elburg, Hemelumer Oldeferd, hij was toen 17 jaar oud.
 
Jellema, Edsger Tammes (I131)
 
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Joanna was a Boer lady which Frederick no doubt met while serving in the Boer War. They married in Johannesburg after the Boer war.

Joanna apparently had been used to having servants in Africa and found the life of a farmers wife in England to be quite hard!
She had a bad start to married life here, where she was met with much hostility from her mother-in-law Hannah, who called her the enemy and told her she was not welcome here!

She went back to South Africa to have her first baby Bessie in the care of her mother. Returning to England with great determination to be a good citizen, she proceeded to have another daughter Elsie and then two sons JohnJohn and Frederick without any family help.
They moved from their cottage opposite the Village Hall at Biddisham to Slade Lane. Tarnock, where Edward Jesse was born nine years after Frederick.
Johanna went on to become a popular figure in the area, where she delivered most of the babies in the surrounding villages and prepared the dead for their funerals. 
Viser, Johanna Charlotta (I584)
 
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Of Anchorage, Alaska. 
Salas, Bruce (I360)
 
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On the Nth side of the chancel is a stained glass window, dedicated to Rev. Archdale WICKHAM. It depicts his love of cricket and entomology. His extensive collection of butterflies and moths etc. and manuscripts are now in the British Museum.

Archie Wickham, Full name Archdale Palmer Wickham, played major first class cricket for Somerset and Oxford University from 1876 - 1907
Batting style Right-hand bat Fielding position Wicket-keeper
Details of his cricketing career and statistics can be found on the following link:


In 2005 The new main gates to the church was dedicated to the Rev. Wickham. 
Wickham, Rev. Archdale Palmer m.a. (I393)
 
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Ralph, moved to Canada, and died young of a heart attack. You probably know 'Ralph's Wood' on the Knoll, planted by Ralph before he left England, and tended by his father? I am fairly certain it is planted on land entirely within E Brent Parish. (Andrew Shaxton) 
Rich, Ralph (I8422)
 
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She was born about 1770 in Oss.


She died on May 27, 1820 in Oss, she was 50 years old.
Bron Burgerlijke stand - Overlijden
Archieflocatie Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum
Algemeen Toegangnr: 50
Inventarisnr: 6128
Gemeente: Oss
Soort akte: overlijden
Aktenummer: 34
Overledene Engelina Vos
Overlijdensdatum: 27-05-1820
Vader Hendrik Vos
Moeder Mie van Esch
Partner Paulus Kuiken
Relatie: Weduwe van
 
Voss, Engeliena Hendriks (I2429)
 
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The Ascendência e Descendência do Conselheiro Nicolau Anastácio de Bettencourt gives Marguérite de Béthencourt's father as Jean IV instead of Maciot. It also states that Jean IV married a second time, in 1415, to Lerize Guardateme, Princess of the Royal House of the Canarias and Lady of the Island of Lanzarote, Marguérite's mother. In a note, however, it states that various authors give Marguérite's father as Maciot 
Bethencourt, Monsiur Jean de (IV) (I1930)
 
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The Bettencourts of noble Norman origin took their name from the Castle of Béthencourt in Normandy, came to Portugal to the island of Madeira, and from there scattered to the Açores Islands and on to mainland Portugal and Brazil.
The first known Bettencourt is generally considered to be the Lord of Buttecourt, Buthencourt, or Bethencourt who accompanied William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy, in the invasion of England in 1066. He was killed in the Battle of Hastings and buried in Battle Abbey, Battle, Kent, England.
Between 1096-1100, Jean, Lord of Bethencourt, appears to have participated, along with Robert II, Duke of Normandy, in the First Crusade to the Holy Land. He is linked with the Bethencourts of Bethencourt, Sigy-en-Bray, because he used the same arms, argent, a lion sable, armed and langued gules.
By the end of the 13th century, the genealogical history of the Bethencourts becomes more precise. In the first years of that century, there lived a Guillaume de Bethencourt, Lord of the fief of Bosc-Asselin. In 1206, Guillaume was a witness to a sale made by Clotard to the pretor of Sigy. Unfortunately, none of these figures has as yet been linked directly to the following lineage 
Bethencourt, Jean de (I2533)
 
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Zij is geboren op 18 november 1841 in Achtkarspelen.
berte / oanjefte 18-11-1841 / 20-11-1841
wenplak fan de alden -
berne Anna Jellema
skaai v
heit Tamme Esgers Jellema
mem Grietje Reeling
boarne Geboorteregister 1841, Leeuwarden, Aktenummer A695


Zij is overleden op 28 februari 1864 in Leeuwarden, zij was toen 22 jaar oud.
ferstjeren / oanjefte 28-02-1864 / 29-02-1864
ferstoarne Anna Jellema
skaai v
leeftiid 22 jaar
Relatietype ongehuwd
boarne Overlijdensregister 1864, Leeuwarden, Aktenummer A171
 
Jellema, Anna Tammes (I132)
 
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Zij is geboren op 24 augustus 1843 in Leeuwarden.
berte / oanjefte 24-08-1843 / 26-08-1843
wenplak fan de alden -
berne Grietje Jellema
skaai v
heit Tamme Esgers Jellema
mem Grietje Reeling
boarne Geboorteregister 1843, Leeuwarden, Aktenummer A506


Zij is overleden op 3 juni 1887 in Frederiksoord, Vledder, zij was toen 43 jaar oud.
 
Jellema, Grietje Tammes (I133)
 
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Detail resultaat: (Vader bruidegom)

Bron Burgerlijke stand - Huwelijk
Archieflocatie Noord-Hollands Archief
Algemeen Toegangnr: 358
Inventarisnr: 124
Gemeente: Uithoorn
Soort akte: Huwelijksakte
Aktenummer: 12
Datum: 22-10-1874
Bruidegom Theodorus Meijer
Leeftijd: 22
Geboorteplaats: Rijnsaterwoude
Bruid Johanna Bartels
Leeftijd: 21
Geboorteplaats: Uithoorn
Vader bruidegom Johannes Meijer
Moeder bruidegom Maria Bosman
Vader bruid Hendricus Bartels
Moeder bruid Gerarda Konst
Nadere informatie beroep bg.: veehouder; beroep bruid: -; beroep vader bg.: -; beroep moeder bg.: -; beroep vader bd.: -; beroep moeder bd.: -; voogd van de bruidegom Willem Nieuwkerk; toeziend voogd van de bruidegom Cornelis Kuipers

 
Bartels, Johanna (I111)
 
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77 1 NAME Ben // De Swardt, Hendrik Benjamin Samuel (I2425)
 
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79 1 NAME Bob // Loftie-Eaton, Robert (I4002)
 
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82 1 NAME Chris // Joubert, Christiaan Gerhardus (I5558)
 
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85 1 NAME Danie // Loftie-Eaton, Daniel (I37)
 
86 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I1769)
 
87 1 NAME Doris // Jewaskiewitz, Dorothea Elizabeth (I2213)
 
88 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I1781)
 
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90 1 NAME Gert // De Swardt, Gert Johannes (I1906)
 
91 1 NAME Gertie // Steyn, Gertruida Catharina (I3891)
 
92 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I903)
 
93 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I1947)
 
94 1 NAME Jackie // Basson, Jacobus (I6113)
 
95 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I880)
 
96 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I381)
 
97 1 NAME John // Loftie-Eaton, Johannes Stephanus (I1836)
 
98 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I570)
 
99 1 NAME Jordan // Jordan, Maria Dorothea (I5574)
 
100 1 NAME Jurie // Loftie-Eaton, Hans Jurgens (I5224)
 

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