Person:Hiltje De Jong (15)

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m. 27 MAY 1880
  1. Anna de Jong1880 - 1937
  2. Pieter de Jong1882 - 1982
  3. Renze de Jong1883 - 1952
  4. Wytze de Jong1885 - 1971
  5. Klaas de Jong1886 - 1969
  6. Jan de Jong1888 - 1945
  7. Romke de Jong1890 - 1977
  8. Akke de Jong1891 - 1980
  9. Maaike de Jong1893 - 1977
  10. Cornelis de Jong1894 - 1924
  11. Hiltje De Jong1898 - 1992
m. 8 Jun 1920
  1. Viola June Snip1921 - 1996
  2. William Peter Snip
m. after 1953
Facts and Events
Name Hiltje De Jong
Immigrant Name Hildred DeYoung
Immigrant Name Hilda De Young
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 8 Nov 1898 Sint Jacobiparochie, Het Bildt, Friesland, Netherlands
Immigration[5] 3 May 1904 Ellis Island, New York, New York, United States
Marriage 8 Jun 1920 Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United Statesto William Snip
Marriage after 1953 to Albert Slagter
Death[2] 13 Jul 1992 Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States
Burial[3][4] Greenwood Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United States


Hildred was know as Hilda. In 1920 she was working as a telephone operator and living with her mother (then a widow) and two brothers. She had earlier lived on the farm where her parents settled in 1904 in Tallmade Township, where they were neighbors of the Snip family. Hilda and her sister Maggie married brothers, William and Peter Snip, respectively.

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References
  1. Geboorte, in Het Bildt, Friesland, Netherlands. Burgerlijke Stand, Akte 196, 1898, Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Michigan, Death Index, in FamilySearch - Search, 1992, Primary quality.
  3. Buried, in Greenwood Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1992, Secondary quality.
  4. Buried, in Find A Grave, 1992, Secondary quality.
  5. Emigration: April 18, 1904, from Het Bildt, Netherlands to Ottawa Co. MI on the “SS Potsdam”. Arrival May 3, 1904 on Ellis Island.
    Hilda de Jong