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201 Bron: Rolboeken arr. rechtbanken Soort registratie: Inschrijving Rolboeken Datum: 23-04-1927 Plaats: Leeuwarden

Gedaagde
Klaas Stapensea (landbouwer) 25 jaar oud wonende te Tzummarum

Verdacht van: Wederspannigheid

Uitspraak 23-04-1927:
Fl. 10,- 10 dagen huis van bewaring 
Stapensea, Klaas (I8143)
 
202 Bruidegom gescheiden van Dorette Sophie Mathilde Peinemann. Gezin F2095
 
203 Butterworth Hospital  van Houten, Gertrude (I7322)
 
204 Carolyn's Story

TRAVERSE CITY — Carolyn Louise Carpenter, of Traverse City, died Feb. 13, 2014, at age 95. She was born on March 12, 1918, in Grand Rapids, to William and Martha (Van Der Galie) Lachniet. Carolyn is survived by her children, Pat (Ted Buxton), Glen and Bonnie Johnston; grandchildren, Catherine (Raleigh) Stewart, Erik (Erin) Alanson and Mark Alanson; great-grandchildren, Sabrina and Harold Stewart; and stepchildren, Gary, Glenn and David Carpenter, Nancy Hatfield, Jane Mitchell and Kathy Brod. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Carolyn Carpenter to Munson Hospice and Palliative Care, 1105 Sixth Street, Traverse City, MI 49684.
Published on February 16, 2014

Bron: http://obituaries.record-eagle.com/obituary/carolyn-carpenter-1918-2014-760803841 
Lachniet, Carolyn Louise (I10920)
 
205 Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Veenstra, Kenneth (I7333)
 
206 Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Scott, Laverne I. (I7340)
 
207 Crematie heeft in besloten kring plaats gevonden. Biesma, Klaas (I5519)
 
208 Dallas H. Smith, pioneer of Maricopa, passed away Sunday morning in Tucson at the age of 80. Mr. Smith, an old time resident of Maricopa, came here from Indio, California on March 17, 1912.

He was a tireless worker for his community. In his earlier years, he was one of the first members on the school board to organize and create a grade school in Maricopa, and served as a faithful member for 19 years.

Mr. Smith was one of the first members on the Board of the Maricopa Irrigation District and acted as secretary on the Maricopa Power District until it was recently reorganized. He helped many a man in any way he could over the rough spots, men who were willing to help themselves and who have shown of his support by the green fields they now cultivate.

The community was also served by Mr. Smith as Justice of the Peace for several years.

Mr. Smith was born at Magnolia, Iowa on February 2, 1874. He was the son of Zackary T. and Adaline Townsend Smith. In Grand Rapids, Michigan, he was united to Susie B. Sieperda on January 19, 1910.

When he retired on February 2, 1939, Mr. Smith culminated a service of 48 years with the Southern Pacific Railroad. During those 48 years, he acted as agent and telegrapher.

Besides his widow. Mr. Smith is survived by two daughters: Mrs. H. J. Weber, of Santa Ana, CA, and Mrs. Herman Pottebaum, of Coolidge; four grandchildren; a sister, Molly A. Parish, of Belmont, NE; and two brothers: Allan T. Smith, of Crawford, NE, and Risk H. Smith, of La Crescenta, CA.

Services will be held today, Thursday, at 10:00 a.m. at Cole and Maud Mortuary. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. 
Smith, Dallas Hiram (I8106)
 
209 Dalton Ray Lycklama 'a Nijeholt
(November 8, 2005 - February 26, 2012)

Dalton Ray Lycklama 'a Nijeholt, 6, of Broken Bow, OK, passed away Sunday, February 26, 2012 in Idabel, OK. He was born November 8, 2005 in Antlers, OK, the son of Sytze Stephen and Melissa (Baker) Lycklama 'a Nijeholt.

He was a Kindergarten student at Holly Creek Elementary and enjoyed playing video games, Star Wars and fishing.

Dalton Ray was preceded in death by his father, an older brother, Devin and his great grandfathers, George Gosvener and Kenneth Baker.

Dalton leaves to cherish his memory, his mother, Melissa (Baker) Lycklama 'a Nijeholt of the home; grandparents, Tsjerk and Tiete Lycklama 'a Nijeholt of Glover and Leland and Shellie (Baker) McCleskey of Valliant, OK; aunts and uncles, Terra and Joey Sypes of Valliant, OK, Teatske and Scott Talbert of Stilwell, OK and Nynke and Dan Lewia of Antlers, OK; cousins, Paden, Leah Lynn, Chloe, Jonathan, Joshua, Josiah and Judah; and a host of other relatives, classmates and friends.

Dalton, his dad Stephen and Dalton's older brother, Devin all three drowned on Sunday, February 26, 2012 in a boating accident while on a fishing trip at Little River near Idabel, McCurtain County, OK. There was a drop or fall in the river, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol believed that the boat got caught in a strong current and was pulled over the waterfall. Their capsized boat was found with the motor in Reverse, so Stephen was trying to get away from the fall but was unable to do so. After the boat went over the waterfall and capsized, Stephen tried to rescue his little boys, but he got tangled in the rope that was attached to the boat.

The superindendent at the Holly Creek Elementary School where Dalton and Devin attended, stated that the Lycklama boys were good students and that the news had left all of them in disbelief. He stated that Dalton and Devin were well-liked by all the students, the faculty and the people in the Holly Creek Community. He also said that it had been tough for everyone there. It was a very tragic accident.

Memorial services were held for all three, Dalton, Devin and Stephen on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Broken Bow First Assembly of God Church, with Pastor Chuck Darby officiating.

Burial was at Holly Creek Cemetery, under the direction of Bunch Singleton Funeral Home in Broken Bow, OK. 
Lijcklama à Nijeholt, Dalton Ray (I18616)
 
210 De dopeling is 14 dagen oud Nyske Johannes (I6559)
 
211 De dopeling is 15 dagen oud Alma, Wybbe Aukes (I12997)
 
212 De dopeling is 16 dagen oud Alma, Beernt Aukes (I12996)
 
213 De dopeling is in onecht geboren Mink, Jan Jans (I5579)
 
214 De dopeling is overleden Anne Wouters (I6534)
 
215 De dopeling is ruim 1 1/4 jaar oud, de vader is al overleden Postma, Renske Harryts (I6315)
 
216 De dopeling was 6 weken oud Wikjen Dirks (I2623)
 
217 De dopeling was circa 4 weken oud Tjitske Rykeles (I6268)
 
218 De kinderen gebruiken alleen "Helder" zonder "van der".  van der Helder, Hendrik Sijbes (I16903)
 
219 De naam van de dopeling is niet vermeld N.N. Geerts (I6714)
 
220 De overleden vader was Mennoniet, de moeder heeft de kinderen ten
doop gehouden 
Romke Jacobs (I5311)
 
221 De overleden vader was Mennoniet, de moeder heeft de kinderen ten
doop gehouden 
Ype Jacobs (I5441)
 
222 De overleden vader was Mennoniet, de moeder heeft de kinderen ten
doop gehouden 
Eetske Jacobs (I5442)
 
223 De overleden vader was Mennoniet, de moeder heeft de kinderen ten
doop gehouden 
Aukjen Jacobs (I5443)
 
224 De overleden vader was Mennoniet, de moeder heeft de kinderen ten
doop gehouden 
Biense Jacobs (I5444)
 
225 De vader woont in Oostermeer, doopheffers zijn de vader en grootmoeder Anke Everts, weduwe van Pytter Alma in Drogeham omdat de moeder overleden wasen de vader ongedoop Storm, Sjouke Rinzes (I7022)
 
226 derde proclamatie Gezin F0358
 
227 derde proclamatie Gezin F0809
 
228 derde proclamatie Gezin F1831
 
229 derde proclamatie Gezin F1860
 
230 derde proclamatie Gezin F1866
 
231 derde proclamatie Gezin F1919
 
232 Devin Sytze Lycklama 'a Nijeholt
(December 21, 2003 - February 26, 2012)

Devin Sytze Lycklama 'a Nijeholt, 8, of Broken Bow, OK, passed away Sunday, February 26, 2012 in Idabel, OK. He was born December 21, 2003 in Durant, Oklahoma, the son of Sytze Stephen and Melissa (Baker) Lycklama 'a Nijeholt.

He was a second grade student at Holly Creek Elementary and enjoyed playing baseball, drawing, building, fishing and arrowhead hunting.

Devin was preceded in death by his father, younger brother, Dalton and his great grandfathers, George Gosvener and Kenneth Baker.

Devin leaves to cherish his memory, his mother, Melissa (Baker) Lycklama 'a Nijeholt of the home; grandparents, Tsjerk and Tiete Lycklama 'a Nijeholt of Glover, OK and Leland and Shellie (Baker) McCleskey of Valliant, OK; aunts and uncles, Terra and Joey Sypes of Valliant, OK, Teatske and Scott Talbert of Stilwell, OK and Nynke and Dan Lewia of Antlers, OK; cousins, Paden, Leah Lynn, Chloe, Jonathan, Joshua, Josiah and Judah; and a host of other relatives, classmates and friends.

Devin, his dad Stephen and Devin's little brother, Dalton, all three drowned on Sunday, February 26, 2012 in a boating accident while on a fishing trip at Little River near Idabel, McCurtain County, OK. There was a drop or fall in the river, and the OK Highway Patrol believed that the boat got caught in a strong current and was pulled over the waterfall. Their capsized boat was found with the motor in Reverse, so Devin's dad Stephen was trying to get away from the fall but was unable to do so. After the boat went over the fall and capsized, Stephen tried to rescue the 2 boys, but he got tangled in the rope that was attached to the boat.

The superintendent at the Holly Creek Elementary School where Devin and Dalton attended stated that the two Lycklama boys were good students and that the news had left all of them in disbelief. He stated that Devin and Dalton were well-liked by all the Holly Creek Students, the faculty and all the people in the Holly Creek Community. He also said that it had been tough for everyone there. It was a very tragic accident.

Memorial services were held for all three, Devin, Dalton and Stephen on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Broken Bow First Assembly of God Church, with Pastor Chuck Darby officiating.

Burial was at Holly Creek Cemetery, under the direction of Bunch Singleton Funeral Home in Broken Bow, OK. 
Lijcklama à Nijeholt, Devin Sytze (I18615)
 
233 Deze persoon komt ook voor op delijst van "Vreemde Krijgsdienst & Verlies van het Nederlanderschap".
Link: https://sites.google.com/site/vreemdekrijgsdienst/w 
van der Werff, Godfried (I15410)
 
234 Diaconessenziekenhuis van Houten, Willem (I472)
 
235 Dispensatie verleent voor dit huwelijk tussen schoonbroeder(zwager) en schoonzuster bij Koninklijk Besluit van 20 november 1931. Gezin F3244
 
236 Dood geschoten door de duiters ten tijde van de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Wagenaar, Gerhardus (I8610)
 
237 Doop vond plaats in de Jacobijnerkerk Germeraad, Martinus (I7023)
 
238 Doop vond plaats in de Jakobijnerkerk Sytske Hayes (I6974)
 
239 Doop vond plaats in de Westerkerk Dieuwke Hayes (I6973)
 
240 Doop vond plaats in de Westerkerk Schutz, Carolina (I7027)
 
241 Doopheffer is de moeder Geert Roels (I6418)
 
242 Dupon Du Pon, Sjoerd "George" (I17514)
 
243 Eén van een drieling Lysinga, Wouter Foppes (I6522)
 
244 Eén van een drieling Sjoukjen Foppes (I6539)
 
245 Eén van een drieling Grietje Foppes (I6540)
 
246 eerste proclamatie Gezin F2027
 
247 Eerste proclamatie Gezin F0806
 
248 eerste proclamatie Gezin F0803
 
249 eerste proclamatie Gezin F0807
 
250 eerste proclamatie Gezin F1867
 

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