Person:Jelle Pelmulder (1)

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Name Jelle Pelmulder
Gender Male
Birth? 1 Mar 1817 Opwierde, Appingedam, Groningen, Netherlands
Marriage 18 Mrt 1841 Westdongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlandsto Tryntje Klazes Heeringa
Immigration? 15 Jun 1855
Death[2] 23 Oct 1900 Orange City, Sioux, Iowa, United States
Burial[1] West Lawn Cemetery, Orange City, Sioux, Iowa, United States
References
  1. Jelle Jans Pelmulder, in Find A Grave.
  2. Sioux county Herald of Oct 24, 1900 p.5
    Death of Jelle Pelmulder p.5
    Jelle Pelmulder, for 16 years clerk of courts for Sioux county and one of its oldest residents, died, at his home in Orange City yesterday afternoon, aged 83 years. Mr. Pelmulder was a careful business man and universally esteemed. He came to Sioux county from Pella in 1870 and became its first clerk of courts. So faithfully and methodically were his duties performed that he was continued in office for 16 years. There are eight living children, his wife having died during the small pox visitation in 18S2. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon from the First Reformed church.
    Sioux county and Orange City have suffered a distinct loss in the death of this honored citizen. The following are the children: .John Pelmulder Hurley, S. D., Rev. Chas. Pelmulder Sac County, Iowa, Mrs. John Thomassen, Pella, Mrs. Isabel Thomassen, Orange City Mrs, J. W. Schultz, Orange City, Mrs. N.. Van Horsen, Carmel, Mary Pelmulder, Orange City, Mrs. Werkhoven, Orange City.
    (From an account found on line. Jelle Jans Pelmulder was born 1 March 1817 Groningen Neth and died 21 Oct 1900 Orange City IA. His parents were Jan Jelles Pelmulder and Martje Alberts VanDijk. He married Tryntje Klazes Heering 1821-1882. They were married Mar 18, 1841 Westdongeradeel Friesland Netherlands They had the following children - Trientje, Martha, Jeltje, Stoffertje, Jan, Isabella, Charles, Allie, and Mary.)
  3.   http://www.usgennet.org/family/pelmulder/