Person:Rudolf Keun (1)

Rudolf Keun
b.15 APR 1807 Scheemda, Groningen
m. 27 MAY 1798
  1. Willemina Keun1798 - 1880
  2. Geertruida Keun1803 -
  3. Rudolf Keun1807 - 1882
  4. Aaltjen Keun1813 - 1880
m. 17 MAY 1832
  1. Harmanna Keun1833 - 1901
  2. Jantje Keun1836 - 1837
  3. Laurens Keun1838 - 1922
  4. Jantje Keun1841 -
  5. Jakob Keun1844 - 1895
  6. Willemina Keun1847 -
Facts and Events
Name Rudolf Keun
Gender Male
Birth[5] 15 APR 1807 Scheemda, Groningen
Christening? 3 MAY 1807 Scheemda, Groningen, Netherlands
Marriage 17 MAY 1832 Scheemda, Groningencivil
to Fennechien Jochems Lula
Emigration? 1849
Census? 1860 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Census[4] 1870 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Census[1] 1880 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Death[3] 3 Oct 1882 Roseland, Cook, Illinois, United States

Opmerkingen Het was een ijverig en bekwaam handwerkman en is waarschijnlijk vertrokken om hetzelve met beter gevolg elders uit te oefenen

Bron Staat van landverhuizers in 1849 Nationaal Archief, Min. v. Binnenlandse Zaken, afd. Statistiek Inventarisnummer 26-I

Dutch Chicago - A History of the Hollanders in the Windy City - Robert P. Swierenga: Page 14: "The immigrants of 1848 and 1849 were the Frisians Maas van der Kooi, a dairyman who painted houses in Chicago and served as the first treasurer of First Reformed Church, and Gosse Vierstra, a ship's carpenter's hired hand who advanced to become a ship carpenter. From Zeeland came the house painter Willem Goosen, the tailor Isaac van't Hof, and the workman Jannis Schaap. Zuid Holland sent out Adam Ooms, a village police man who had to accept a common laborer's job in Chicago. All these emigrated with wive and children. Other 1849 arrivals were the families of Rudolf Keun (Kuin) a carpenter from Groningen; Simon Nederveld from Zuid Holland, Roelof Pieters, an unmarried farmer from Drenthe, who later succeeded Van Raalte as pastor of Holland's First Reformed Church; Nicholas (Klaas) Voute (Foute), a painter from Noord Holland and Thomas Vander Zee.

Page 84:Founding of the First Reformed Church of Chicago: Within months of organizing, in may 1853, three families joined- Rudolph Kuin (Keun) of Veendam (Groningen), B. van der Kolk, and Berend Boterman ...

SURN Keun Groninger Emigranten 1849

  1. Cook, Illinois, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  2.   United States census 1860.
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  4. Cook, Illinois, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    "United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 28 Aug 2013), Rudolph Kuhn, .