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1 "Just before my mom and dad were married (1939) Mom found out she had
tuberculosis, and had to go to a sanitarium (which may have been in
Dubuque, Iowa). She told my dad he didn't have to marry her, but he did
anyway."
***
"When farming with her husband she especially enjoyed cooking, sewing,
tending her large garden (fresh vegetable soup cooked over an open fire
was great!) and tending her chickens. In the late 1950s worked as the
salad girl at the Red Cedar Lounge in Freeport. Then went to work at
Micro Switch, Freeport, until her retirement. Loved fishing and
traveling."
***
NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS FROM MOM'S SCRAPBOOK
from the Journal Standard, March 23, 1939: "This afternoon at 1 o'clock,
at the Second Presbyterian manse, Miss Catherine Dinley was united in
marriage to Richard TerHark. Rev. Brainerd N. Covert was the officiating
clergyman.
"The bride wore an ensemble of Mignon blue crepe, with corsage of spring
flowers. The bride's father, Thomas Dinley, and Miss Jennie TerHark,
sister of the groom, were the attendants.
"Richard TerHark is employed by Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Hance on their
farm "Green Gables" and he and his bride will live on the farm.
"A dinner for relatives of the two families will be served at the country
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry TerHark this evening."
(My note: I remember mom saying that the Hance's said when they got
married they weren't to have children while working there ... so they
didn't have me till 1941. ... this farm was behind where "Culvers" is in
Freeport now, June 2000.)
***
from a newspaper clipping: A post-nuptial shower was given Wednesday
night for Mrs. Richard TerHark, nee Catherine Dinley, by Mrs. Henry
TerHark and Miss Jennie TerHark at the home of the former. Bunco and
checkers were played with favors going to Miss Burness Kampen and George
TerHark, the guest prize being presented to Mrs. TerHark who also
received a variety of pretty and useful gifts. Refreshments were enjoyed
at midnight.
***
August 18, 1930: "The Misses Catherine Dinley and Lillian Jones, 127 1/2
E. Stephenson Street, leave tonight on a two weeks motor trip through the
Black Hills of South Dakota."
***
MISS CATHERINE DINLEY INJURED IN AUTO MISHAP
FREEPORT RESIDENT SUSTAINS FRACTURED PELVIS IN ACCIDENT AT WAUKESHA, WIS.
While returning from Green Bay, Wis. with other employees of the
Kraft-Phenix Company of this city, Miss Catherine Dinley, 27, 214 1/2 W.
Main street, was severely injured Sunday near Waukesha, Wisc., when an
auto in which she was riding ran into a ditch. She suffered a fractured
pelvis, numerous bruises and cuts and also suffered from shock. Other
occupants of the car were not injured. Miss Dinley was removed to
Waukesha Municipal Hospital, where she will remain for some time.
According to reports received here the Freeporters were crowded off the
highway by another car with the result that their machine turned over
several times and was badly damaged.
(My note: If I remember correctly she was in a body cast for three months
in Waukesha)
***
from a Waukesha paper: "Catherine Dinley, Freeport, IL, sustained a
fractured pelvis in an accident occurring Sunday near the
Waukesha-Walworth county line. She was brought here for treatment.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinley, West Avon Street, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dinley,
West Moseley Street and Jack Baldwin motored to Waukesha, Wis. Sunday to
spend the day with Miss Kathryn (misspelled) Dinley who has been a
patient at the Waukesha Municipal hospital since the 11th of august, when
she suffered two fractures of the pelvis and a spinal injury in a motor
accident.
***
November 13, 1935: Miss Catherine Dinley, Freeport, who has been a
patient at Waukesha, Wis. Municipal Hospital since August 11, as a result
of injuries incurred in an automobile accident, was operated on Wednesday
for appendicitis. She is reported to be doing nicely.
***
November 24, 1935: Miss Catherine Dinley has returned to her home, 214
1/2 West Main Street. She had been in a Waukesha, Wis., hospital since
August 11th recovering from an automobile accident and is getting along
nicely at present.
***
DINLEY -- I wish to thank everyone for cards, letters, flowers and
presents I received while at the Waukesha, Wis. hospital and at home. --
Catherine Dinley 
Dinley, Catherine (I488)
 
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3 (Re: following stored from Freeport papers ... my father said Fred
TerHark Sr lived in Florence Township, not Rock City. Fred's son, Jake
TerHark, was just about to enter the army when the war ended. However,
Tom TerHark lived in Rock City. His son, Fred TerHark served in the U.S.
Army.))
from Freeport Bulletin, June 12, 1918, on microfilm at Freeport Library:
DENIAL MADE OF REPORTED DISLOYALTY
FRED TERHARK, SR. CALLED BEFORE DISTRICT BOARD YESTERDAY
Denial was made before the members of the District Exemption Board
yesterday afternoon by Fred TerHark, Sr., a farmer living near Rock City,
concerning an alleged seditious remark made by him when his son, Fred
Jr., was recently placed in class I. TerHark was reported to have said,
"I hope the United States will get h___ licked out of it."
TerHark said such a remark had never been made by him and he was at a
loss to know how such a story could be circulated. Robert J. Steward, a
member of the Council of National Defense, was called before the board,
and further denial was made. Further investigation is in the hands of Mr.
Stewart. TerHark's son had been exempted 90 days because his father was
ill with pneumonia. At the end of that time the son was placed in class I.
***
from Freeport Journal Standard, June 12, 1918, on microfilm at Freeport
Library:
ROCK RUN FARMER DENISE KNOCKING U.S.
REPORTED TO HAVE SAID HE HOPED AMERICA WOULD "GET ___ KNOCKED OUT OF HER"
"I hope the United States gets hell licked out of it." The above remark
is accredited to a well-known and prosperous farmer of Rock Run Township,
Stephenson County, and the remark was the subject of a thorough
investigation by the Fourth District Board at its special session here
yesterday. The man who is alleged made the statement, with his son, was
present and they both denied that such a remark was made. The names of
several prominent Rock Run Township farmers were mentioned, it being
alleged that the men heard the remark.
The accused was strong in his denial of the charge made against him,
stating that he was a Hollander; that he was a resident of this country
for the past 27 years and that the United States was "very, very good" to
him and that he "made money here." He stated that if he was called upon
to fight he would go and that he had no objection to his son going if he
was permitted to remain with him until the crops were harvested. The case
was finally turned over to the Council of National Defense for further
action.
***
from Freeport Bulletin, 6/15/1918, on microfilm at Freeport Library:
DID NOT SAY TO H___ WITH U.S. GOVERNMENT
THOMAS TERHARK PATRIOTIC CITIZEN, 100 PERCENT LOYAL HAS BOUGHT LIBERTY
BONDS AND AIDED IN OTHER WAR ACTIVITIES
"One hundred percent loyal and a patriotic American."
The foregoing briefly summarizes the result of the investigation of a
remark alleged to have been made by Thomas TerHark of Rock Run Township
when it was declared he had expressed the sentiment, "I hope the U.S.
government gets the hell knocked out of it." Report of the alleged
statement was made to federal authorities. Investigation was made
yesterday with many of the neighbors being interrogated and at its close
it was stated that there was no basis to the rumor that Mr. TerHark had
made the remark.
Aids all War activities
Investigation was conducted by Ralph Ravenscroft, the federal department
of justice, who was accompanied to the TerHark home by Robert J. Stewart
of Freeport, a member of the council of national defense. Not only was
denial made by TerHark that he had expressed such a thought but
investigation among many neighbors who were supposed to be in possession
of the fact disclosed that none had heard Mr. TerHark say anything of the
kind or any remark which could have been construed as such. Instead of
Mr. TerHark's being possessed of the thought that the United States ought
to be whipped it was shown that he and his family are doing all that is
possible for the United States and its allies. Mr. TerHark has taken his
quota of liberty bonds and has subscribed to the war chest fund. He has
aided in the Red Cross movement and the women members of his household
have encouraged him in all of these activities.
Mr. TerHark's alleged remark is said to have been uttered when his son,
Fred, was placed in class I.
1863 as Birth date in ter Hark genealogy 
ter Hark, Teunis (I3320)
 
4 10 years old in 1984 Paulson, Holly Colleen (I2353)
 
5 10 years old in 1984 Johnson, James Fremont (I1598)
 
6 12 years old in 1984 Paulson, Shawn Delaine (I2362)
 
7 14 years old in 1984 Paulson, Dee Dee (I2352)
 
8 14 years old in 1984 Johnson, Patrick Wad (I1604)
 
9 15 years old in 1984 Paulson, John Jr. (I2354)
 
10 16 years old in 1984 Paulson, Sonja (I2363)
 
11 16 years old in 1984 Johnson, Robert Paul (I1608)
 
12 18 years old in 1984 Johnson, Winonia (I1612)
 
13 1876: bij huwelijk wettiging van één kind.

1877, bij geboorte van Steven: woont te Ganzedijk, Finsterwolde (At birth of son Steven: living in Ganzedijk, The Netherlands)

June 13, 1900 Elgin Township, Lyon Co. Iowa Census: Came to America in 1888 12 years in US , a Naturalized Citizen Farmer; can read, write and speak English. Owns a farm 
ter Hark, Roelf Christiaan (I3284)
 
14 1885: bij huwelijk wettiging van één kind ter Hark, Hilke (I1110)
 
15 1981 ... Jenny Keppen and Ann Riebe remember: When their father left for
America, Janna Nieman sat up all night making him a pair of socks to take
along. She hadn't known until the night before that he was leaving. Her
family were fishermen and they lived on a boat. She was the oldest child
and never went to school, having to stay home and help with the work.
Other stories I remember hearing: Janna couldn't speak English; however,
one time someone came looking for her sons and she was overheard to say,
"The boys are in the potato patch." Another time, a blind piano tuner
came to tune their piano ... without thinking she said, "Let me raise the
shade so you can see better." 
Nieman, Janna (I2229)
 
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17 1984 information: Deceased; would have been 48 Buseman, Robert (I345)
 
18 1984: information following John's name was unclear. John, \ (I1586)
 
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26 1985: Had surgery on her knee, June 20, 1985. Celebrated her 75th birthday July 27. 2000: Cel ebrating her 90th birthday on July 27 Terhark, Sadie Bertha (I3290)
 
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28 1985: moved to Galena, IL Gassman, Pamela (I745)
 
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31 1985: Was guest of honor at a surprise party for her 85th birthday. Martha also had a bit of luck in Las Vegas this year! (I believe she won $10,000.) Memberships: Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and was known forher volunteer work at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Madison, WI Gerber, Martha (I754)
 
32 1991: Honored at an open house celebrating his 90th birthday. Terhark, Frederick (I3076)
 
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35 1998: lives in Aurora Gartman, Marie (I737)
 
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38 1999: Lives in Elizabeth, CO Hartog, Timothy (I1282)
 
39 1999: Two granddaughters -- Lauren and Leigh
Other memberships:
National Department of Elementary School Principals
Phi Delta Kappa
40 and 8 Board
John was mentioned in an article in Journal Standard (Freeport), August
6, 2000:
See notes for Nancy Wagand. 
Hartog, John F. (I1275)
 
40 20 years old in 1984 Paulson, Kathy (I2356)
 
41 3 grandchildren in June 2000. Terhark, Maurice Edward (I3243)
 
42 4 years old in 1984 Hernendez, Sandra (I1404)
 
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44 6 years old in 1984 Hernendez, Carmella (I1402)
 
45 7 years old in 1984 Paulson, Louetta Rita (I2357)
 
46 7/81 Fred TerHark (Belmond, Iowa) remembers .. Uncle Tom brought the
parents from Holland. Anno & Kasper Lamfers got Harm started in farming.
Uncle Tom came over first. Fred, my grandfather was to serve in the Army
as a bodyguard to the queen but he deserted. if he ever went back he
would still have to serve. Anno left because he was next in line to serve
in the Army; if Fred left they would take him next. Don't know when the
rest came.
Buried in Amsterdam Cemetery, Belmond, IA 
Terhark, Fred (I3071)
 
47 9-0-0.t huisken op 6 dlr./3-0-0.hof 1 sp. gesaeis
1688. Verponding. het Woldt. Harkelman 1-18-0
(maar wat dit betekent weet ik niet: uitzoeken) 
Esselinck, Willem (I3957)
 
48 9/80 Grace Delger remembers: Her father -- Anno terHark -- said his brothers -- Fred and Harm -- got them all to come to U.S.A. as they would have better living in Illinois. Terhark, Grace (I3102)
 
49 aan de "Sijpe" Grevers, Harmken (I3927)
 
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