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201 Died in his chair in his own home. Found several days later when the person delivering the newspaper noticed that papers hadn't been brought in for several days and knocked on the door ; then looked in window and saw him. Terhark, Henry (I3120)
 
202 Died in his sleep Asche, Fred (I128)
 
203 Died in Kanawha Community Nursing Home. Burial: Amsterdam Township Cemetery. At the time o f Tom's death they had 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Terhark, Thomas (I3321)
 
204 Died in Stephenson Nursing Center, Freeport, IL, at the age of 85. Buried in Grandview Cemete ry. Hull, Anna Bell (I1542)
 
205 Died of cancer early in 1996 Miller, Bernard Alvin (I2050)
 
206 Directeur Gymnasium Willem III Hardeman, Hermanus Jacobus (I992)
 
207 Dirk Hinderks was net 1 jaar toen beide ouders overleden waren. Mogelijk groeit hij op bij zijn grootouders: mogelijk zijn dit Dirk Berents en Greetje Hindericks. deze hadden dochters Grietje en Tryntje, tantes voor Dirk. Aannemelijk dat hij zijn eerste dochter Grietje genoemd heeft naar zijn mogelijke tante? Hinderks, Dirk (I3860)
 
208 Dochter van aristocratisch regent van de Javaanse inlandse bevolking Asmani Raden Adjeng (I143)
 
209 Dochter van de assistent-resident van Kandal (bron: Het Hardeman Boek) Scheel, Sophie (I2635)
 
210 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I571)
 
211 Doop datum door Schutte gegeven (onbekende bron), is in transcriptie niet aanwezig. ten Harkel, Harmken (I3970)
 
212 Doopboek predikant:
19-12-1762 Willem te Paste en Griete te Harkel - dogter - Leide Geterhuit
Doopboek schoolmeester:
19-12-1762 Willem ten Paste en Grietjen ten Harkel - dogter - Leida Getruij 
Paste, Leida Getruij ten (I5259)
 
213 Doopboek predikant:
26-01-1766 Cristoffel te Harkel en Jenneken Scholten, overleden - soon - JAN.
Onduidelijk of nu de moeder of de zoon overleden was.
Doopboek schoolmeester heeft onder de doopinschrijving van Jan ruimte om nog een akte in te schrijven. 
te Harkel, Jan (I5265)
 
214 Doopdatum kan ook in 1780 geweest zijn. te Stroete, Berendina (I4287)
 
215 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I2534)
 
216 Door het vroegtijdig overlijden van Derk en zijn vrouw werden Wilhelm Dietrich en Tinie ca 19 17 in pleeggezinnen in Zwolle geplaatst. Waar de andere broer en twee zussen bleven is onbekend (Bron: Herinnering van Theo ter Hark) ter Hark, Derk (I1070)
 
217 Door tweede huwelijk van zijn vader trouwde Joop met zijn stiefzusje Henny van Hasselt, Johan Willy (I1318)
 
218 Dorothy schreef hier 1959, maar dat kan niet goed zijn Zweir, Pieter Harms (I3687)
 
219 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I2558)
 
220 Echtscheiding uitgesproken Arrondisementsrechtbank Amsterdam 16 november 1937 (huwelijk duurde 3 maanden) Gezin F2068
 
221 Echtscheiding uitgesproken Arrondisementsrechtbank Amsterdam, 14 november 1915 Gezin F2078
 
222 Echtscheiding uitgesproken arrondissementsrechtbank Den Haag 14 juli 1909 Gezin F2064
 
223 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Gezin F2090
 
224 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Gezin F2088
 
225 Edith Lorriane (Haats) TerHark was born February 14, 1935 at the home of her parents in Aplington. She was the daughter of Edward and Kathryn Haats.

She graduated from Aplington High School in 1953. She and Fred were married on August 21, 1953 at the Little Brown Church in Nashua. They had two daughter s Rhonda and Deb. They made their home on the family farm south of Aplington. She was a busy farm wife and homemaker helping with the crops and dairy. They owned TerHark Salvage and retired in 1995 when they moved to Sleepy Hollow west of Aplington.

Edee and Fred traveled all over the United States either on the motorcycle or by Amtrack. They also traveled abroad.

Edee enjoyed sewing, quilting, cake decorating, ceramics and decorating her home. She was a huge Hawkeye Fan especially enjoying football. She was a faithful member of the First Reformed Church in Aplington. Her life was grounded in her faith.

The greatest joy was her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Even during her final days on earth they would put a smile on her face.

She is proceeded in death by her husband Fred, her brothers Albert, Ted and Calvin Haats, sister Gertrude Kramer and Cathryn Elliott and grandson-in-law Chris Morris.

She is survived by her two daughters Rhonda (Dennis) Rops, Deb (Terry) Johnson, 5 granddaughters and their husbands Nicole (Mark) Day, Maggie (Rob) Gorter, Tami (Tony) Ford, Katie (Neil) Kaumans, Kristy (Mike) Priebe, and one grandson and his wife Jeremiah (Tayler) Johnson. She had 15 great-grandchildren, Nicholas (Jessica) Day, Andrew Day, Sarah (Joey) Gast, Marshall, Kenny and Keira Day, Ayden Morris, Wyatt and Rory Gorter, Charlie and Annie Ford, Olivia and Elliot Priebe, and Landry and Emersyn Johnson and two great great grandchildren Elijah and Gabriella Day, her brothers Edward (Sheryl) Haats and Kenny (Pat) Haats and one sister Elaine (Justin) Koenen and one sister-in-law Liz (Curtis) Bartlett along with many nieces and nephews.

She left those who loved her on April 18, 2019 to be with the Lord. The best gift she could give her husband was to greet him there on his birthday. She died peacefully under the care of the staff at Maple Manor and Compassus Hospice.

Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday April 24, 2019 at 3 pm at the First Reformed Church in Aplington. There will be a time for fellowship and food following the service until 6 pm.

In lieu of flowers memorials can be directed towards the family and will be used to support the church missionaries and KNWS. 
Haats, Edith (I879)
 
226 Emigreerde vanuit Ros, Woold 91 in 1847 Ros, Jan (I2569)
 
227 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I6147)
 
228 FAIRMONT?- A celebration of life service for Steven R. Terhark, 72, of Fairmont, Minn., will be at Grace Lutheran Church in Fairmont. Burial will be in the Riverview Cemetery in Elmore, Minn., with full military graveside honors by the Lee C. Prentice American Legion Post 36 and the Martin County Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1222 of Fairmont.

Steve passed away Friday morning, August 28, 2015, at his home in Fairmont.

Steven Ralph Terhark was born Nov. 24, 1942, in Pipestone, Minn., the son of Chris and Meta (Brink) Terhark. He attended school in Elmore, Minn., graduating from Elmore High School with the class of 1960. Following his graduation, Steve enlisted in the United States Navy, where he worked as a flight mechanic. Steve served his country proudly during the Vietnam War and was stationed in Vietnam, Guam, Japan, Okinawa, Philippines, Hawaii and Alaska. In 1964, he received his honorable discharge and returned home to Minnesota.

On July 18, 1964, Steve was united in marriage to Vicki R. Kurth in Elmore, Minn. Together the couple made their home in Minneapolis while Steve attended the Dunwoody Institute. They later moved to Spicer, Minn., before returning to Elmore, Minn., where Steve opened an auto body shop. In October 1972, Steve and Vicki were blessed with the birth of their son, Chad. The family then moved to Northrop where Steve opened another auto body shop and also worked as a supervisor for Nordaas American Homes, supervising house building crews in the five state area. Steve and Vicki later moved to Fairmont.

Steve was a talented musician and played for many years with the Terhark Brothers Band. One of his favorites was playing for his son Chad's wedding reception. Steve also loved fishing. He showed his three grandkids how to fish and they always looked forward to visiting their Papa in Fairmont to go in the boat fishing together. Steve enjoyed spending time with his family and singing and playing guitar. His grandkids know when Papa comes over they are going to get plenty of "moochies" from Papa. Steve and Vicki celebrated 51 years of marriage on July 18, 2015.

Steve was a member of the Martin County Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1222 and the Lee C. Prentice American Legion Post 36. He was also a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Fairmont as well as being a member of the Musicians Union.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Vicki Terhark of Fairmont, Minn.; son, Chad Terhark and his wife, Kara, and children, Mary, Graham, and Joey, of Hastings, Minn.; sister, JoAnn Mileham of Elmore, Minn.; brothers, David Terhark and his wife, Jean, of Illinois, Mike Terhark of Fairmont, Minn., and Gary Terhark and his wife, Deede of Sioux City, Iowa; sisters-in-law, Diane Rittenhouse and husband, Art of Paynesville, Minn., Kathy Ferguson and husband, Alvin of Elmore, Minn., and Linda (Kurth) Wildung of Tucson, Ariz.; as well as many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Steve was preceded in death by his parents, Chris and Meta Terhark; grandparents, Ralph and Minnie Terhark and Magnus and Tena Brink; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Gerald "Benny" and Bernice Kurth; and a brother-in-law, Brigadier General Ronald Kurth 
Terhark, Steven Ralph (I3310)
 
229 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I1921)
 
230 First, middle, and nick-names, dates and locations, and link to mother provided by contributor SailorsSoul (#46910242). Werd, Sidney Peter Cecil (I3495)
 
231 First, middle, maiden, and nick - names, dates and locations, and link to spouse provided by contributor SailorsSoul (#46910242). Links to parents provided by Tracy Tallman (48896431). Terhark, Ann (I2948)
 
232 Fred LeRoy TerHark, age 78 of Aplington, Iowa, was born on April 18, 1933, the son of John and Hattie (Janssen) TerHark on the family farm near Aplington. He was baptized into the Christian Faith at the Christian Reformed Church in Ackley, Iowa, where he later was confirmed and became a member. He received his education and graduated from Wellsburg High School in 1951.
Fred served in the United States Army from April 6, 1953, during the Korean Conflict as a guard, and was honorably discharged on February 11, 1955.
On August 21, 1953, Fred was united in marriage with Edith Haats at the Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa. The couple made their home and farmed in the Aplington area. To this union two daughters, Rhonda and Deborah were born. For many years Fred also owned and operated TerHark Salvage near Aplington. Upon retirement they moved to their present home west of Aplington in February of 1997.
Fred was a faithful member of the First Reformed Church in Aplington where he served as Elder, Deacon, Sunday School Teacher and Bible School Teacher. For many years Fred served through his church actively providing missionary work in Jamaica, Russia, Hawaii and various parts of Central America.
In his free time, Fred enjoyed collecting gas engines, fixing cars, watching wrestling, woodworking and doing handy work. He enjoyed volunteering with the church's tape ministry to Maple Manor Village.
Fred and the love of his life, Edee together enjoyed worldwide traveling, cruises and taking numerous motorcycle trips and tenting along the way. Most importantly he enjoyed spending time with his family especially with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Fred passed away on Thursday, October 27, 2011, from cancer at his home in Aplington, in the presence of his loving family under the care of Cedar Valley Hospice. He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, in infancy and one grandson, Chris Morris.
Fred is survived by his wife of 58 years, Edith; two daughters, Rhonda TerHark of Eldora and Deborah (Terry) Johnson of Parkersburg; six grandchildren, Nicole (Mark) Day, Margaret (Rob) Gorter, Tamara (Tony) Ford, Kristy (Mike) Priebe, Kathryn Johnson and Jeremiah (Renee) Johnson; ten great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Sarah, Andrew, Marshall, Kenneth and Keira Day, Ayden Morris, Charlie and Annie Ford, and Landry Johnson; and one sister, Elizabeth (Curtis) Bartlett of Hudson.
Funeral Services will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, October 31, 2011, at First Reformed Church in Aplington. Burial will be held in the Christian Reformed Church Cemetery, Ackley. 
Terhark, Fred LeRoy (I3072)
 
233 Freeport Journal-Standard, Thursday, 8 July 1971
Funeral service for Mrs. Earl (Gertude) Daughenbaugh, 628 E. Wyandotte St., will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Ridott United Methodist Church. The Rev. Ray Smith, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Ridott Cemetery. She died shortly before noon Wednesday in her home following an extended illness.
Friends may call at the Daughenbaugh-Myers Funeral Home, Dakota from noon Friday uintil 11 a.m. Saturday and after Saturday noon at the church. A memorial fund has been estblished.
Mrs. Daughenbaugh was a member of Ridott United Methodist Church.
She was born Aug. 21, 1897, in Ridott, daughter of Thomas and Christina (Fransen) Ter Hark. On Dec. 3, 1919, she was married to Earl Daughenbaugh in Ridott.
Surviving are her husband; and a brother, Henry of Durand. She was preceded in death by a son, Dale, killed in World War II, three brothers and a sister. 
Terhark, Gertrude K. (I3095)
 
234 Freeport Journal-Standard, Tuesday, 23 December 1980
Funeral service for Earl H. Daughenbaugh, 83, of 628 E. Wyandotte St., who died Monday morning at his home following an apparent heart attack, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ridott United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dennis K. McMillan, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Ridott Cemetery.
Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Daughenbaugh Funeral Home in Dakota and after noon Wednesday at the church.
A Lancaster and Rock Run Township farmer, he was employed by W.T. Rawleight Co. for about 20 years. He was a member of Ridott United Methodist Church.
Born Nov. 5, 1897, in Ridott Township, Stephenson County, he was the son of Daniel and Jennie (Matter) Daughenbaugh. He married Gertrude K. Ter Hark Dec. 3, 1919, in Ridott. She died July 7, 1971.
Surviving are one sister, Esta DeGroff, a resident of Stephenson Nursing Center; and one brother, Glenn of Freeport.
In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by one son, Dale, in World War II, three brothers and four sisters.
A memorial fund has been established. 
Daughenbaugh, Earl Harold (I427)
 
235 Freeport Journal-Standard, Wednesday, 20 April 1932
Thomas Ter Hark, 28, who resided at 911 South Walnut avenue, died last night at a Freeport Hospital, after a brief illness.
Mr. Ter Hark was born in Ridott township April 26, 1903, and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ter Hark. He was united in marriage to Mildred Daughenbaugh, of Ridott, in 1930. She survives, as do decedent's father, three brothers, John, Fred and Henry, and two sisters, Mrs. Albert Vose and Mrs. Earl Daughenbaugh, all residing in or near Freeport.
Mr. Ter Hark was a cement worker and had been in the employ of the firm of Deuth & Henderson, Freeport.
The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Wagner funeral home, with services at 2 o'clock at the United Brethren church in Ridott. The Rev. Miles Lesch, of Ridott United Brethren church, and Rev. Jacob Elmer, of the State Road Reformed church, will officiate. Interment will be made in Ridott cemetery. 
Terhark, Thomas (I3327)
 
236 Freerk and Trientje and the youngest daughter, Mary, came to America in
1900 and settled in Lyon County, Minnesota. After Trientje's death Freerk continued
to farm and in his later years he spent time at each of his children's
homes until his death. 
ter Hark, Freerk Christiaan (I3080)
 
237 from a clipping in mom's scrapbook:
TerHark-McCuen:
The wedding of Miss Clarabelle McCuen and George TerHark took place
Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Brainerd N. Clevert was
the officiating clergyman.
The church was decorated with white larkspur; hydrangeas and ferns, with
five and seven-branch candelabra, holding ivory candles on either side of
the altar. Miss Velma Wachlin presided at the organ, playing the wedding
march and accompanying Miss Effie Bruce in her two songs, "I Love You
Truly" and "At Dawning."
The bride wore a white satin gown, made on Princess lines, a finger-tip
veil, and carried a shower bouquet of roses and forget-me-nots.
She entered with her brother, Mervin Hasselman. Miss Jennie terHark,
sister of the groom, was maid of honor and wore a peach colored lace
dress (my note: she still had the dress and could still get into it at
George and Clarabelle's 50th wedding celebration, but I can't remember if
she could get it completely fastened in the back) and short face veil
held in place with blue delphiniums. She carried yellow roses and
delphinium. Carl Milligan was best man and the ushers were Bill Staas and
Ronald Snyder. Marilyn Jean Staas and Dorothy Ann Sauer, cousins of the
bride, in frocks of blue dotted Swiss and carrying French bouquets,
served as junior bridesmaids.
A reception followed the ceremony in the parlor of the church, ninety
guests being included in the invitations. The guests were received by the
bridal party and by Mrs. McCuen, who wore a navy blue dress. The bridal
table held a three tiered wedding cake with miniature bride and groom
topping the confection. Presiding at the table were the Misses Gertrude
Elmer, Esther Fitzgerald, Velma and Violet Strohacker and Mrs. W. G.
Staas.
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Charles McCuen, West Clark street, is a
graduate of Freeport high school, class of 1937, and is secretary of the
Freeport branch of station WROK.
The groom, who is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred TerHark, conducts
an orchestra and teaches piano and accordion. He and his bride will live
at 616 West Cottonwood street.
Out of town guests at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hasselman and
son, Peter, Miss Jacqueline Kuhm, of Evanston; Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Wettengell and children, of Northbrook, IL; Mrs. Marvin Yoder, Bristol,
Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Beckness, Goshen, Ind.; Dr. and Mrs. Roy Kluck
and Miss Hazel Kluck, Rockford; the Misses Grace and Anna TerHark of
Waukegan. 
Terhark, George (I3087)
 
238 from a newspaper clipping in mom's scrapbook
NINE-MONTHS-OLD KENT, ILL. CHILD KILLED IN CRASH
DONAL ALLAN HOCKMAN LOSES LIFE IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT TUESDAY FATHER'S AUTO IS STRUCK BY ONE DRIVEN BY LENA MAN

Donald Allan Hockman, nine-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Morrell Hockman of Kent, was fatally injured yesterday when the car in which he was
riding with his parents was struck by a car driven by Boyd Mitchell, of Lena, in an accident which occurred at the Central school corner southwest of Lena. The child suffered a broken neck and died while on route to a Freeport hospital.

Mitchell was the same driver who recently backed his car out of a service station in Lena and struck an aged man, William Reardon, 70, knocking him to the pavement where he suffered painful bruises.

Three other persons riding in the Hockman car yesterday were injured, two seriously. Neither Mitchell nor Charles Thratcher, also of Lena and riding in Mitchell's car, were injured.
According to Deputy Sheriff Walter Krell of Freeport, Donald Hockman was thrown from his position on the front seat of the Hockman car onto the road by the impact. The Mitchell car, Deputy Krell said, ran over the child.
The car was driven by Hockman, 34, who was accompanied by his wife, Lena, 33, and children, Donald Allan, nine-months old, Caroline 2, and
Charles 3. (Should have been Carolyn and Harold).
Charles (Harold) received sever lacerations on the neck, cheek and chin, chest and left arm and a finger on his right hand was nearly severed. He
was riding in the seat with his sister, Caroline (Carolyn) who escaped with bruises and shock. Mrs. Hockman suffered a fractured collar bone and
bruises. The father received minor bruises.
The mother and the son, Charles (Harold), are still in a Freeport hospital.
An inquest over the child was to be conducted at the Fred Offenheiser funeral home in Pearl City this afternoon by Dr. E. A. Diestelmeier, of
Freeport, Stephenson county coroner. 
Hockman, Donald Allen (I1451)
 
239 from a newspaper clipping in Mom's scrapbook:
Riebe-TerHark:
Saturday evening at the home of Rev. Mr. Shippie, pastor of Grace
Methodist church, Dubuque, Iowa, Miss Anna TerHark of Waukegan, Ill.,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred TerHark of Freeport, was united in
marriage to Fred W. Riebe of Waukegan, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fr.
Riebe of Bloomington.
The bride wore a floor-length transparent blue velvet gown, a corsage of
Talisman roses and sun gold accessories. Her attendant, Miss Jennie
TerHark, sister of the bride, wore a sun red knit dress and a corsage of
yellow roses. The groom's attendant was Henry TerHark, brother of the
bride.
A reception was held Sunday afternoon for forty guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry TerHark, Freeport route 2. The bride was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts.
The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. William F. Riebe, of
Bloomington; Mr. and Mrs. Fred TerHark of Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Morrell
Hockman of Kent, and Miss Grace TerHark of Waukegan. Mr. and Mrs. Riebe
will reside in Waukegan.
From Nancy 13/04/2002
At 3 p.m. today I had a phone call from Judy Hall. Aunt Ann died about 2
p.m. today. She was still in the hospital ... has been there 3 weeks or
more. She sat up yesterday and seemed to be doing ok when Judy and Jerry
were there last night. Judy talked to the nurses this morning ... Aunt Ann
had a bath and bows in her hair ... all ready for Judy to come. Judy and
Jerry went to a friend's children's first communion first ... got a phone
call while there ... Aunt Ann had slept away.
She will be cremated and a memorial service will be held at their church...
but I don't know when.
Anna T. Riebe
January 07, 1908 - April 13, 2002
Anna T. Riebe, 94, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday, April 13, 2002 at Edward White Hospital . Born in Freeport, Illinois, she moved to this areain 1998 from Waukegan, Illinois. She wa s a Nurse. s Aid at the VA Hospital, Chicago and was a member of Women of the Moose for over 5 0 years, andhad served as the Star Recorder. Survived by Daughter and Son In Law, Judith A an d Jerry Hall of Tampa, Florida; Son William F. Riebe; of Tampa, Florida; Three Grandchildren ; Michael A Sherwood of Clearwater, Florida; Christine Tadlock, of Thomasboro, Illinois; Tro y L. Hall of Lutz, Florida; one Brother, Richard TerHark, of Freeport, Illinois. Two great Gr anddaughters; Sarina M. Sherwood and Ashley a Tadlock. She was preceded in death by her husba nd of 49 years, Fred W. Riebe in 1988 and by nine brothers and sisters. Blount Curry & Roel , Memorial Park Chapel 5750 49th Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida is handling the arrang ements. 727-527-1196 
Terhark, Ann (I2947)
 
240 Tenminste nog n levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Levend (I3240)
 
241 Geboorteacte:
Op 12 October 1885, is verschenen Antje Fröling, oud 62 jaar, beroep dagloonersche, verklaart dat op 9 october 1885, een kind is geboren van het vrouwelijk geslacht, aan hetwelk de naam Trijntje gegeven zal worden. De vader is onbekend, moeder Geessien Das.
Bij huwelijk met Harm Prins wettiging van één kind.
 
ter Hark, Trijntje (I1163)
 
242 Geboortedatum mogelijk niet goed aangezien bron als doopdatum (?) 14-10-1841 vermeld. Dat is vóór de geboorte! Frey, Schwaantje Haats (I720)
 
243 Geboortejaar niet zeker Hupkes, Johannes (I1555)
 
244 Geboortejaar niet zeker Hardeman, Cornelis Hermansz. (I961)
 
245 Geboortplaats niet zeker Smit, Jan (I5541)
 
246 Geboren als/born as: Maria ter Hark
They raised their 7 children on a farm northeast of Rushmore, MN. 
ter Hark, Maria (I3234)
 
247 Gecremeerd Wolczak, Grazyna Danuta (I5312)
 
248 Gecremeerd ter Hark, Cornelis Hendrik (I1066)
 
249 Gecremeerd ter Harkel, Albert (I1194)
 
250 gecremeerd Kaput, Hendrik (I1641)
 

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