Person:Hattie Laug (1)

m. 4 May 1858
  1. Harm Laug, Jr.1858 - 1940
  2. Geert Laug1860 - 1926
  3. Geert Willem Koop1863 - 1863
  4. Sena Laug1864 - 1936
  5. Mary J. Laug1867 - 1897
  6. Hannah Laug1869 - 1964
  7. John Laug1872 - 1950
  8. Fannie Laug1874 - 1954
  9. George Laug1877 - 1956
  10. Hattie Laug1880 - 1939
m. 24 May 1900
  1. Hazel Marie Duiven1900 - 1982
  2. Margaret Caroline Duiven1902 - 1982
  3. Edna Mae Duiven1904 - 1978
  4. Harvey L. Duiven1906 - 1991
  5. Harold J. Duiven1908 - 1910
Facts and Events
Name Hattie Laug
Alt Name Harriet Laug
Baptismal Name Harmana Laug
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 26 May 1880 Polkton, Ottawa, Michigan, United States
Marriage 24 May 1900 Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United Statesto Carl John Duiven
Death[2] 19 Oct 1939 Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United States
Burial[2][3] 21 Oct 1939 Garfield Park Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan

By 1910, 5 children had been born and 4 were alive (Harold died couple weeks before the census).

Obituaries DUIVEN - Mrs. Harriett Duiven, aged 59 of 36 LaBeele st., SE, passed away Thursday morning at Butterworth hospital. Surviving are her husband Carl; three daughters Mrs. J.D. Murphy of Fremont, Mich.; Mrs. H.P. Herrinton and Mrs. N.E. Sedelbauer of Grand Rapids, one son Harvey L. Duiven of Grand Rapids. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Immanuel Presbyterian church, corner of Madison and Garden. Burial in Garfield Park cemetery. The body reposes at Greenhoe's chapel. Source: Grand Rapids Herald Saturday, October 21, 1939, pg. 12.

MRS. HARRIETT DUIVEN SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Mrs. Harriett Duiven, aged 59, of Grand Rapids, died last Thursday morning in Butterworth Hospial, after a long illness. She was born in Coopersville in 1880, but for the past forty years had resided in Grand Rapids, where she was a member of Immanuel Presbyterian church. She is survived by her husband, Carl J.; one son, Harvey; three daughters, Mrs. Harold Herrington and Mrs. Norman Sedelbauer of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Donald Murphy of Fremont; three brothers, Harm and John Laug of Coopersville and George Laug of Grand Rapids; two sisters, Mrs. Lambert Leroy of Grand Rapids and Mrs. Jerry Wiarda of Coopersville; and six grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids and interment was in Garfield Park cemetery. Source: Coopersville Observer, Friday, October 27, 1939.

Image Gallery
  1. Compiler: County Clerk Grand Haven Michigan. Ottawa County Michigan Births.

    Book E Pg 199 #188, includes parents names

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Obituary, in Grand Rapids Herald.

    Saturday, October 21, 1939, pg. 12, and

  3. Find a Grave.

    With tombstone picture.