Person:Wibke Bootsman (1)

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Wibke Bootsman
d.1960
  • F.  Jan Bootsman (add)
  • M.  Miena Bruggema (add)
m. 11 Oct 1866
  1. Wibke Bootsman1867 - 1960
  • HKlaas Knol1863 - 1917
  • WWibke Bootsman1867 - 1960
m. 27 Aug 1885
  1. John Johannes Knol1886 -
  2. Nicholas John Knol1887 -
  3. George Nicholas Knol1889 -
  4. Albert N. Knol1892 -
  5. William N . Knol1894 -
  6. Arthur N. Knol1896 -
  7. David Nicholas Knol1899 -
  8. Herman N. Knolabt 1902 -
  9. Wilhelmina Knolabt 1904 -
  10. Clarence N. Knol1906 - 1972
  11. Angeline Knol
m. bet 1930-1935
Facts and Events
Name Wibke Bootsman
Immigrant Name Mary Bootsman
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 20 Apr 1867 't Zandt, Groningen, Netherlands
Immigration[5] 9 Apr 1872 New York, New York, United States
Marriage 27 Aug 1885 Cook, Illinois, United Statesto Klaas Knol
Census[2] 1900 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Census[3] 1910 Cicero, Cook, Illinois, United States
Census[6] 1930 Cicero, Cook, Illinois, United States
Marriage bet 1930-1935 Illinois, United Statesbased on cemetery inscription, 1930 and 1940 US Census records
to Harm Veldman
Census[7] 1940 Cicero, Cook, Illinois, United States
Death[4] 1960
Burial[4] Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Cook, Illinois, United States
References
  1. Geboorteregister, in 't Zandt, Groningen, Netherlands. Burgerlijke Stand, Aktenummer 37, 1867, Primary quality.

    Registratiedatum 20-04-1867
    Geboorte 20-04-1867 't Zandt
    Kind Wibke Bootsman
    Geslacht v
    Vader Jan Bootsman
    Leeftijd 28 jaar
    Beroep dagloner
    Moeder Mina Bruggema

  2. 2.0 2.1 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

  3. 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

  4. 4.0 4.1 Mary Knol Veldman, in Find A Grave, 24 Mar 2015, Secondary quality.

    Mary Knol Veldman
    Birth: 1867
    Death: 1960
    Burial: Forest Home Cemetery, Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, USA

    Inscription (from photograph)
    Husband and Father
    Nickolas J. Knol
    Born Marc 15, 1863
    Died Jan 3, 1917
    Mother
    Mary Knol Veldman
    1867-1960
    (Gravestone for Miena Bootsman nee Bruggema in immediate background)

  5. Swierenga, Robert P. Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880. (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2004), Secondary quality.

    Name: Wepke Bootsma
    Arrival:: 9 Apr 1872, New York
    Destination: U.S.A. (no specific place stated)
    Age: 4; Gender: Female
    Relationship to head-of-household: Daughter
    Last Residence: Unidentified Dutch Municipality
    Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
    Ship Name: Wisconsin
    Ship accomodations: Steerage
    Microfilm series: M-237
    Microfilm Roll: 355

  6. Cicero, Cook, Illinois, in United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), HH 199, Fam 293, Primary quality.

    Knol, Mary, owns home worth $13000, 63, widowed, b. Holland, both parents b. Holland, immigrated 1872, Naturalized
    , Herman, son, 28, single, b. IL, no occupation

  7. Cicero, Cook, Illinois, in United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T627), HH 190, Primary quality.

    `1332 58th Ave
    Veldman, Harm, 70, married, 4 yrs education, b. Netherland, Naturalized, lived in same house, not employed, lot looking for work, has other sources income
    , Mary (informant), wife, 72, married, 4 yrs education, b. Netherlands, Naturalized, in same house five yrs ago, not employed, not looking for work, other sources of income
    [note: Mary's married daughter Ange/Angeline and family living in the same house.]

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