Person:Reinou van Peyma (1)

Reinou Worp van Peyma
d.12 Dec 1895
m. 17 Aug 1815
  1. Reinou Peima1816 - 1817
  2. Jacob Worp van Peyma1817 -
  3. Renze Worpsz van Peyma1820 - 1900
  4. Pieter van Peima1821 - 1829
  5. Reinou Worp van Peyma1824 - 1895
  6. Pieter van Peyma1830 - 1830
  7. Nieske van Peyma1835 - 1856
m. 24 Feb 1849
  1. Worp Borgman1850 -
  2. Neeltje BorgmanAbt 1856 -
  3. William BorgmanAbt 1859 -
  1. Syke van Houten1865 - 1927
Facts and Events
Name Reinou Worp van Peyma
Gender Female
Birth? 16 Nov 1824 Ternaard, Westdongeradeel, Friesland, Netherlands
Marriage 24 Feb 1849 Kloosterburen, Groningen, Netherlandsto Evert Ipes Borgman
Census 28 Sep 1850 Warren, Somerset, New Jersey, United Stateswith Evert Ipes Borgman
Cause of Death[2] 28 Sep 1850 Warren (township), Somerset, New Jersey, United States
Census[1] Jul 1860 Lancaster, Erie, New York, United States
Census 1860 Lancaster, Erie, New York, United Stateswith Evert Ipes Borgman
Census 11 Jul 1870 Richland, Mahaska, Iowa, United Stateswith Henderikus Eilkes van Houten
Death[3] 12 Dec 1895
Census 1900 Mahaska, Iowa, United Stateswith Henderikus Eilkes van Houten
Burial[3] Black Oak Cemetery, Black Oak, Mahaska, Iowa, United States
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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.
  1. Erie, New York, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  2. Somerset, New Jersey, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Reino VanHouten, in Find A Grave.