Reinou Worp van Peyma
b.16 NOV 1824 Ternaard
m. 17 AUG 1815
Facts and Events
VAN HOUTON, H., farmer, Sec. 31; P. O. Pella; was born in Wehe, province of Groningen, kingdom of the Netherlands, in 1812;
he was educated at Wehe, until he was eleven years of age -
after this time until he was seventeen years old, at Kloosterburen, kingdom of the Netherlands. In 1835 he married Miss Indiana S. Borgman; he came to the U. S. in 1849, and located at Scotch Plains, Essix county, New Jersey; his wife died in 1851; he came to this county in 1853, and settled on the place where he now lives; his farm contains 316 acres; he married again to Reino Borgman, widow of Evert B.;
her maiden name was Van Peyma, she is from Lancaster, Erie county, N. Y. Mr. V. has six children by his first marriage, Nellie V., Elko, Worp B., Nellie B., Wm. B. and Everet B., and has one child by his second marriage, named Syke; Mrs. V. has four children, Wort, Nellie, William, and Everet Borgman.