Person:Klaas Knol (12)

m. 7 Feb 1857
  1. Grietje Knol1857 - 1910
  2. Tjeert Knol1859 - 1937
  3. Klaas Knol1863 - 1917
  4. Anna Jans Knol1866 - 1941
  5. Harmke Knol1868 - 1948
  6. Albert Jans Knol1870 - 1937
  7. Jan Knol1876 - 1901
  8. Hillechien Knol1878 - 1929
  9. Klazina Knol1880 - 1942
Facts and Events
Name Klaas Knol
Immigrant Name Nicholas Knol
Gender Male
Birth[1][4] 15 Mar 1863 Saaxumhuizen, Baflo, Groningen, Netherlands
Immigration[2][3] 29 Mar 1880 New York, New York, United States
Marriage 27 Aug 1885 Cook, Illinois, United Statesto Wibke Bootsman
Census[6] 1900 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Census[7] 1910 Cicero, Cook, Illinois, United States
Other[8] Feb 1911 Cicero, Cook, Illinois, United Statescandidate for Cicero trustee on Republican ticket
Death[4][5] 3 Jan 1917 Cicero, Cook, Illinois, United States
Burial[4][5] 6 Jan 1917 Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Cook, Illinois, United States
References
  1. Geboorte, in Baflo, Groningen, Netherlands. Burgerlijke Stand, Aktenummer 20, 17 Mar 1863.

    Saaxumhuizen gem. Baflo
    Klaas Knol
    Vader: Jan Tjeerts Knol, 31, daglooner
    Moeder: Antje Meeuw, dagloonster

    AlleGroningers

  2. National Archives and Records Administration. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957. (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration), Primary quality.

    Klaas Knol, age 16, Carpenter from Netherland, steerage
    with Albert Muis and Hilje Knol
    Netherlands-American Steam Navigation Company, Port of New York Steamship Maas, from Rotterdam, arrived in New York 29 March 1880

  3. Swierenga, Robert P. Dutch immigrants in U.S. ship passenger manifests, 1820-1880: an alphabetical listing by household heads and independent persons. (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, c1983).

    Klaas Knol, emigrated 1880, age 17, born about 1863

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Nickolas J. Knol, in Find A Grave, accessed 23 Mar 2015, Secondary quality.

    Nickolas J. Knol
    Birth: Mar. 15, 1863
    Death: Jan. 3, 1917
    Burial: Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, USA

    Inscription (from photograph)
    Husband and Father
    Nickolas J. Knol
    Born March 15, 1863
    Died Jan 3 1917
    Mother
    Mary Knol Veldman
    1867-1960

    [Gravestone of Mary's mother, Miena Bootsman nee Bruggema, in background]

  5. 5.0 5.1 Illinois, United States. Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947, Secondary quality.

    Name: Nicholas Knol
    Birth: 15 Mar 1863, Holland
    Death: 3 Jan 1917, Cicero, Cook, Illinois
    Burial: 6 Jan 1917, Forest Home Cemetery
    Death Age: 53; Occupation: Insurance Agent
    Race: White; Marital Status: M; Gender: Male
    Residence: Cicero, Cook, Ill.
    Father: John Knol, b. Holland
    Mother: Arutje Meeuw, b. Holland
    Comments: 38y resident of Illinois
    FHL Film Number: 1530987

  6. Chicago Ward 28, Cook, Illinois, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 125 Fam 171, Primary quality.

    1309 42nd Ave
    Knoll, Nicholas, b. Mar 1863, 37, married 14 yrs, b. Holland, both parents b. Holland, immigrated 1880, Naturalized, Agent (Burial Funds), self-employed, able to read, write, speak English, owns house free of mtg
    , Mary, wife, b. Apr 1867, ee, married 14 yrs, 7 children 7 living, b. Holland, both parents b. Holland, immigrated 1872, housework, able to read, write, speak English
    , John J., son, b. Mar 1886, 14, b. IL
    , Nicholas, son, b. Sept 1887, 12, b. IL
    , George, son, b. Dec. 1889, 10, b. IL
    , Albert, son, b. May 1892, 8, b. IL
    , Willie, son, b. Nov 1894, 5, b. IL
    , Arthur, son, b. Dec 1896, 3, b. IL
    , David, son, b. May 1899, 1, b. IL

  7. Cicero, Cook, Illinois, in United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), HH 146, Fam 169, Primary quality.

    Knol, Nicholas, 47, married once for 25 yrs, b. Holland, both parents b. Holland, immigrated 1881, Naturalized, speaks English, Agent burial Funds, wage worker, owns home with mtg
    , Mary, wife, 43, married once for 35 yrs [sic], 11 children 11 living, b. Holland, both parents b. Holland, immigrated 1872, speaks English
    , John J., son, 24, b. IL, salesman travelling whole sale
    , Nicholas Jr., son, 22, b. IL, Office Clerk Law Office
    , George, son, 20, b. IL, glazier widow glazier
    , Albert, son, 18, b. IL, copyist Lithographing Co.
    , William, son, 15, b. IL
    , Arthur, son, 13, b. IL
    , David, son, 10, b. IL
    , Herman, son, 8, b. IL
    , Wilhelmina, dau, 6, b. IL
    , Clarence, son, 4, b. IL
    , Ange M., dau, 1 b. IL

  8. The Inter Ocean, Chicago, Illinois, 7 Feb 1911, Tue, 2.