m. 12 Jun 1803
Facts and Events
The following is a list of persons' names who left their homes in Friesland, Kingdom of the Netherlands, on the 8th day of May, 1849.
This company, consisted of twenty-eight persons who went by steamer Herman, from Brainer Haven, Germany, to New York, U. S. of America. There were also others who went, but the same went by sailing vessel, intending to go as servants. At least, they were brought for that purpose, it being then understood that help was not as plentiful in the new country as in the old.
The names and the ages of the persons so emigrating are ss follows: Names. Ages. Worp van Peyma, 53 Ytje van der l«r van Peyma, 30 Kieske Yan Peyma, 13 Hendrik T. Koounians, 37 Tietjske Y. Botma Koopmans, 37 Japke E. Koopmans, 10 Waltje H. Koopmans, 5 (Tjeerd) Seth H. Koopmans, 3 Grietje H. Koopmans, Infant Jan H. Zuideman 26 Ytje T. Koopmans Idsardi, 43
Geertje E. Koopmans Idsardi, 12 Tieerd E. Idsardi, 9 Williaa S. Idcard.i, 4
Jan G. Dykstrc, 35 Tryntie I. Stiensma Dykstra, 32 Saakie J. Dvkstra, 12 Yme J. Dykstra 5 Gerrit J. Dykstra. Wikje J Dykstra Gerrit Dykstra Sr, father of Jan G Dykstra Saakje Dykstra, his wife Jacobus W. Van Peyma Yetske Klaassez Van Peyma Syke Van Peyma Worp Van Peyma Jan Van Peyma Anna Bartmens Van Feyma, Avert Borgman, Reino Eorrman, his wife Tryntje Dykstra, Jantje DyKstra, Runia de Boer,
Tryntje de Boer, '\.
he last two came on a sailing vessel with, the barrage as far as Brewer Haven, where they also went aboard the steamer "Herman."