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George VandeHei

M, b. September 27, 1885, d. June 28, 1973

Parents

Family 1: Johanna Kerkhoff (b. July 19, 1891, d. March 11, 1950)

Family 2: Anne Sausen (b. September 25, 1891, d. September 26, 1958)

Biography

  • Birth: George VandeHei was born on September 27, 1885 in Wrightstown, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Anne Sausen were married on December 28, 1954.
  • Death: George VandeHei died on June 28, 1973, at age 87, in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Johanna Kerkhoff

F, b. July 19, 1891, d. March 11, 1950

Parents

Family: George VandeHei (b. September 27, 1885, d. June 28, 1973)

Biography

  • Birth: Johanna Kerkhoff was born on July 19, 1891.
  • Death: She died on March 11, 1950, at age 58.

Harold George VandeHei

M, b. June 21, 1913, d. July 2, 1974

Parents

Family: Agnes Sarah Vissers (b. June 8, 1912, d. December 5, 1985)

Biography

  • Birth: Harold George VandeHei was born on June 21, 1913 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Agnes Sarah Vissers were married on June 3, 1937 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Harold George VandeHei died on July 2, 1974, at age 61, in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, DePere, Wisconsin.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Kenneth P VandeHei

M, b. September 23, 1914, d. February 10, 1995

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Kenneth P VandeHei was born on September 23, 1914.
  • Death: He died on February 10, 1995, at age 80, in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Shrine of Good Shepherd, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Obit. Green Bay New-Chronicle Kenneth P. Vande Hei, 80, 525 N. 10th St. De Pere, died Friday evening, Feb. 10, 1995 at a lo cal nursing home. Ken was born Oct. 23, 1914 to the late George and Anna (Kerkhoff) Vande He i in De Pere, where he lived his entire life. He married Rose Van Enkevort April 19, 1914 a t St. Boniface Church, De Pere. Ken was employed at Armour Company for 40 years before retire ment in 1978. He served as an usher for 62 years. He enjoyed fishing, his trailer in Crivit z and playing cards. Survivors include his wife, Rose; three sons, Ron and Char. De Pere; Wayne and Rhea, Green Ba y; and Glenn, Kimberly; one daughter, Eileen and friend Jerry Wolf, De Pere; 13 grandchildren ; four brothers, John and Frances, De Pere; Clarence and Marcella, Raymond and Grace, Seymour ; and Alvin and Rosemary; and on sister-in-law, Alice Vande Hei, De Pere; He was preceded i n death by his parents and three brothers, Harold, Arthur and Donald. Friends by call after 10 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Church, 1305 Lourdes Ave. De Pere, until t he service at 11 a.m. with Rev. Conrad Kratz officiating. Entombment at the Shrine of Good Sh epherd Mausoleum, Ryan Funeral Home assisted the family. He will be sadly missed by his wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Arthur H VandeHei

M, b. February 6, 1916, d. September 14, 1980

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Arthur H VandeHei was born on February 6, 1916 in Wrightstown, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Frances Hattie Ambrosius were married on October 11, 1941 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Arthur H VandeHei died on September 14, 1980, at age 64, in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, DePere, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Obit Green Bay Press Gazette Arthur H. Vande Hei, 64, former Town of Hobart resident, died Sunday in a local hospital. Th e son of the late George and Anna (Kerkhoff) Vande Hei was born on Feb. 6, 1916, in the Tow n of Wrightstown. He married Frances Ambrosius on Oct. 11, 1941. They farmed in the Town of H obart until retirement in 1977. She preceeded him in death July 12, 1977. Survivors include seven daughters, Mrs. John (Carolyn) Whitehouse, Shawano; Mrs. William (Pat ricia) Derouin, Mrs. Guy (Kathleen) Achten, Deloris Vande Hei; Mrs. Gerald (Joyce) Krull an d Virginia Vande Hei, all of De Pere; Mrs. Allen (Elaine) Doxtator, Freedom; three sons, Harv ey, Appleton; Gerald, Denmark; Todd, De Pere; 16 grandchildren, six brothers, Kenneth, Joh n (Bud), Donald, and Alvin, De Pere; Clarence (Jim) and Raymond, both of Seymour. He was preceded in death by one son, Richard, and one Brother, Harold. Friends may call at the Ryan Funeral Home, 305 North 10th St., De Pere; after 4 p.m. Tuesday . Prayer service 8 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Boniface Church, De Pere , with the Rev. James Johnson officiating. Burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

John William VandeHei

M, b. July 9, 1918, d. March 15, 2002

Parents

Family: Frances Matilda Vissers (b. February 19, 1920, d. September 7, 1997)

Biography

  • Birth: John William VandeHei was born on July 9, 1918.
  • Marriage: He and Frances Matilda Vissers were married on September 27, 1941.
  • Death: John William VandeHei died on March 15, 2002, at age 83, in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Obit. Green bay Press Gazette 3-17-02 John W. "Bud" Vande Hei, 83, De Pere, died Friday March 15, 2002, after an extended illness . He was born July 9, 1918, to the late George and Anna (Kerkoff) Vande Hei. John and France s (Vissers) were married on Sept. 27, 1941. The couple celebrated their golden wedding annive rsary in 1991. He was employed by Armour & Co. for 20 years, then farmed in the Greenleaf are a until his retirement. Bud also served in the Marines during World War II from 1944 to 194 5 before being Honorably Discharged. He was on the Board of Directors of Progressive Farmer s for 15 years. Bud was a member and ushered at St. Francis Xavier Parish, DePere, a membe r of the Golden "K", Catholic Knights, and Greenleaf Branch Catholic Order of Foresters. He is survived by sons, Bill (Janice), De Pere; Dan, Green Bay; Randall (Anna), Green Bay; si x grandchildren, Lisa (John) Roosa, Casey (Rick) Getachow, Teri (Kevin) Diny, Jeanne (Dean) W all, Danielle Vande Hei, and Scott (Tina) Vande Hei; five great-grandchildren, Sam and Maria h Wall, Emily and Nicholas Diny, and Chloe Getschow. Further survived by two brothers, Raymon d (Grace) Vande Hei, and Alvin (Rosemary) Vande Hei. Bud was preceded in death by his loving wife, Franny; daughter, Jeanne; and son, Robert; fiv e brothers, Arthur, Clarence, Donald, Kenneth, and Harold. Friends may call on Monday, March 18, 2002, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cotter Funeral Home, 860 N. W ebster Ave., De Pere. Parish Prayer Service will be 7:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will b e Tuesday, March 19, 2002, 10 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 220 Michigan St., D e Pere. Father V. Anthony Dolski will officiate. Interment will be in St. Mary's Catholic Cem etery, Greenleaf. Bud's family would like to extend a special Thank you to Borneman Nursing Home especially Bon nie, Sandy, Brenda, Sharon, Katie, Jodie, and April. John was a kind and loving husband, father, and grandfather. He will be sadly missed. "We Lov e You Dad.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Clarence James VandeHei

M, b. December 22, 1920, d. September 16, 2000

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Clarence James VandeHei was born on December 22, 1920.
  • Marriage: He was married on May 13, 1944 in Texas.
  • Death: He died on September 16, 2000, at age 79, in Seymour, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Clarence J. Vande Hei 619 S. Main Street, Seymour Age 79, died Saturday afternoon, September 16, 2000, at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Seymour. He was born December 22, 1920, in Brown County, son of the late George and Anna (Kerckoff) Vande Hei. On May 13 1944, he was united in marriage to Marcella Vercauteren in Texas. Clarence was a World War II Army Air Force veteran and a member of the Seymour V.F.W. and a past commander of the American Legion. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church, Seymour, and a member of the Knights of Columbus. He was an avid sheepshead player and loved his carpentry work. He is survived by his wife, Marcella. His children, Leo (Margaret), Green Bay Ed (Maureen), California Carl (Katie), De Pere Elmer (Wendy), Green Bay Raphel (Beth), Seymour Ann (Ron) Farvour, Crystal Falls, Michigan Theresa (Mike) Carriveau, Menasha Gloria Buckarma and friend Lee Churches, Green Bay Donna (Jim) Anderson, Dallas Texas Jo Anne Robinson, Kaukauna Jane (William) Treml, Seymour 24 grandchildren 11 great- grandchildren three brothers, John Vande Hei, Green Bay Raymond (Grace) Vande Hei, Seymour Alvin (Rosemary) Vande Hei, Lakewood two sisters-in-law, Alice, Green Bay Rose, De Pere. Preceded in death by his parents one son, Garold four brothers, Harold, Kenneth, Donald and Arthur. Friends may call at Muehl-Boettcher Funderal Home, Seymour, from 4-8 p.m. Monday with a prayer service at 8 p.m., and Tuesday at St. John's Catholic Church, Seymour, from 9:30 a.m.

    *ntil services at 10:30 a.m. with the Reverend Martin Fox officiating. Burial at St. Sebastian's Catholic Cemetery, Isaar. A special Thank You to the staff of the Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Fr. Fox and Deacon DeBruin for all you've done.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Donald M VandeHei

M, b. July 9, 1924, d. September 13, 1991

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Donald M VandeHei was born on July 9, 1924 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: He died on September 13, 1991, at age 67.
  • Burial: He was buried in Allouez Catholic Cemetery, Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Obit. De Pere Journal Democrat 9-19-1991 and Green Bay Press Gazette Donald Van De Hei, 65 1021 Helena St. died unexpectedly Friday evening at his home. Born in De Pere July 9, 1924, he was born a son of the late George and Ann Kerkhoff Van De He i. He was a U.S. Army veteran and was a member of the VFW Post 2113. Mr. Van De Hei was associat ed with the Austin Straubel airport for 20 years before retiring in 1989. Survivors are his wife the former Alice Van Noie to whom he was married Oct. 12, 1946; six da ughters, Mrs. Gene (Nancy) Geurts and Mrs. Chris (Joan) Danen of De Pere, Linda Mullen and Mr s. Jim (Karen) Brill of Seymour, Rosanne Van De Hei and special friend, Steve Nolan of Wes t Bend and Diane Van De Hei of Arlington, Va.; 11 grandchildren; five brothers, Ken and Rose , John and Frances, and Alvin and Rosemary of De Pere, and Jim and Marcella and Raymond and G race of Seymour. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Harold and Art. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St. Joseph church. The Rev. Gilbert Jacobs off iciated and entombment was in Allouez Mausoleum with Ryan Funeral Home handling arrangements.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Raymond A VandeHei

M, b. September 17, 1926, d. April 5, 2014

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Raymond A VandeHei was born on September 17, 1926.
  • Death: He died on April 5, 2014, at age 87.
  • Burial: He was buried in Shrine of Good Shepherd, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Raymond "Ray" A. Van De Hei, age 87, of Seymour passed away on Saturday, April 5, 2014. He was born September 17, 1926 a son of the late George and Ann (Kerkhoff) Van De Hei.

    Ray was united in marriage to Grace Kempen on June 9, 1949 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom.

    He was an active member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Seymour.

    Ray worked as a mason and dairy farmed most of his life. He later worked for Outagamie County until his retirement.

    One of his favorite things to do was going out to the farm with the boys. He also enjoyed bowling, playing cards, going to basketball games, and his grandchildren's sporting events. Ray loved his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

    Ray is survived by his wife, Grace; 11 children: Richard (Shirley) Van De Hei, Freedom; Roy (Christine) Van De Hei, Seymour; Marge (Richard) Matuszak, Seymour; Thomas (Nancy) Van De Hei, Seymour; Dale (Julie) Vande Hei, Black Creek; Susan (Rick) Mikle, Gillett; Dennis (Jill) Van De Hei, Seymour; Mark (Kerri) Van De Hei, Seymour; Michael (Dar) Van De Hei, Seymour; Sandra (James) Hermus, Seymour; and James (Cindy) Van De Hei, Seymour; 32 grandchildren; and 35 great-grandchildren. Further survived by sisters-in-law: Rose Van De Hei, Marcella Van De Hei, Alice Van De Hei, and Rosemary Van De Hei; brothers-in-law: Robert (Arlene) Kempen, Francis (Anna Marie) Kempen, and sister-in-law, Marian Fischer. Ray is also survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

    He was preceded in death by his parents; son-in-law Dale Kasten; 7 brothers: Harold, Kenneth, Arthur, John, Clarence, Donald, and Alvin; in-laws: Raymond Kempen, Clarence Kempen, Bertha Schuh, and Stella Calmes

    Friends may call at Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home, Seymour, on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from 4 pm to 8 pm with a parish prayer service at 7:30 pm. Visitation will continue at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Seymour, on Thursday, April 10, 2014 from 9 am until the funeral mass at 11 am with Father Bob Kabat and Deacon Rich Matuszak officiating. Entombment will take place at Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay.

    Online condolences may be expressed at www.muehlboettcher.com.

    Special thanks to the first responders, St. Mary's Hospital, and to Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home for all of your care and concern.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Alvin Edward VandeHei

M, b. July 26, 1930, d. March 9, 2011

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Alvin Edward VandeHei was born on July 26, 1930 in West DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: He died on March 9, 2011, at age 80, in Lakewood, Oconto Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, DePere, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Alvin E. Vande Hei, 80, passed away March 9, 2011, at his home in Lakewood, Wis. He was born on July 26, 1930, in the Town Of Hobart. The son of George M. and Anna (Kerkoff) Vande Hei. Alvin married RoseMary Vercauteren on June 25, 1949. They enjoyed 61 years of marriage.

    Alvin and RoseMary farmed in the town of Hobart. He also worked for Jim Ambrosius Construction, then for 32 years with Badger Ready Mix before retiring to their home in Lakewood, which he and RoseMary built with the help of their children. He then worked at the YMCA summer camp on Waubee Lake in maintenance for 11 years to keep himself busy.

    Alvin is survived by his wife, RoseMary; and their six children, Vernon (Butch) (fiancee, Nancy), Abrams; Alois "Snuffy" (Sandra), Lakewood; David (Connie), Suring; Janet (Brian) Hart, Seymour; Jeff (Connie), Wrightstown; and Julie (Scott) Winkers, Woodman. Alvin is further survived by 13 grandchildren, Robert Vande Hei, Cherie (Jon) Cadieux, Joseph Vande Hei, Heather Vande Hei, Charles Vande Hei, Angela Vande Hei, Ashley Schneider, Christopher Vande Hei, Weston Winkers, Leah Winkers, Megan Vande Hei, Anna Vande Hei, and Katelyn Vande Hei; great-grandchildren, Nathan, Adam, Jasmine and Elizabeth. Further survived by one brother and sister-in-law, Raymond (Grace) Vande Hei, Seymour; sisters-in-law, Marcell Vande Hei, Seymour; and Dell Vercauteren, Shawano. Also, brothers-in-law and sister-in-law, Donald (Carol) Vanden Elzen, Ashwaubenon; and Emmett Mullen Seymour.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, and six brothers, Harold, Kenneth, Donald, Arthur, Clarence, and John.

    A private family gathering will be held Friday, March 11, 2011, at Weber-Hill Funeral Home, Wabeno, Wis. A memorial and burial is planned for a future date. Online condolences to: www.weberhillfuneralhome.com. Weber-Hill Funeral Homes assisting family with arrangements.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Agnes Sarah Vissers

F, b. June 8, 1912, d. December 5, 1985

Parents

Family: Harold George VandeHei (b. June 21, 1913, d. July 2, 1974)

Biography

  • Birth: Agnes Sarah Vissers was born on June 8, 1912 in Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Harold George VandeHei were married on June 3, 1937 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Agnes Sarah Vissers died on December 5, 1985, at age 73, in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, DePere, Wisconsin.

Rose M VanEnkevort

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Parents

Family: Kenneth P VandeHei (b. September 23, 1914, d. February 10, 1995)

Frances Hattie Ambrosius

F, b. February 20, 1921, d. July 12, 1977

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Frances Hattie Ambrosius was born on February 20, 1921 in Town of Lawrence, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Arthur H VandeHei were married on October 11, 1941 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Frances Hattie Ambrosius died on July 12, 1977, at age 56, in Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, DePere, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Mrs. Arthur H. VAndeHei, 56, route 5, died July 12 in a Green Bay hospital. The former Frances Ambrosius was born in the town of Lawrence Feb. 20, 1921, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Ambrosius. She married Mr. VandeHei on Oct. 11, 1941. Mrs. VandeHei was a member of the christian Mothers of St. Boniface church.
    she is survived by her husband; seven daughters, Mrs. John (Carolyn) Whitehouse, Danvers, Ill.; Mrs. William (Patricia) Derouin; Mrs. Guy (Kathleen) Achten, Deloris VandeHei, Mrs. Gerald (Joyce) Krull; Virginia Vande Hei and Elaine Vande Hei, all of De Pere; three sons, harvey, Appleton, Gerald, De Pere, Todd, at home; 13 grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Eugene (Nell) Manders and Mrs. Joseph (Marian) Willems, both of De Pere; Mrs. Servanius (Jane) Vanden Berg, Wrightstown; Mrs. Robert (Arlene) Calaway, Seymour; three brothers, Ervin Ambrosius and Donald Ambrosius, both of De Pere; Gerald Ambrosius, Seymour. One son, Richard, and one sister, Mrs. Lorraine Green, preceded her in death.
    Funeral arrangements were handled by Ryan Funeral Home. Services were held at St. Boniface church July 14 with the Rev. Fred Becker officiating. Burial in Mount Calvary cemetery.

Frances Matilda Vissers

F, b. February 19, 1920, d. September 7, 1997

Parents

Family: John William VandeHei (b. July 9, 1918, d. March 15, 2002)

Biography

  • Birth: Frances Matilda Vissers was born on February 19, 1920 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and John William VandeHei were married on September 27, 1941.
  • Death: Frances Matilda Vissers died on September 7, 1997, at age 77, in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in Greenleaf, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Obit. De Pere Journal Democrat 9-11-1997 and Green Bay Press Gazette Mrs. John W. (Franny) Vande Hei, 77, De Pere, died Sept 7, at her home. Funeral services wer e held Wednesday morning at St. Francis Xavier church with the Rev. Anthony Dolski officiatin g. Burial was in St. Mary cemetery, Greenleaf, with Cotter funeral home handling arrangements . The former Franny Vissers, she was born in De Pere, Feb. 19, 1920, to the late Martin and Cec ilia Wilmet Vissers. She lived in the De Pere and Greenleaf areas all of her life. She and Jo hn W. Vande Hei were married Sept. 29, 1941 and they enjoyed almost 56 years together and far med in Greenleaf for many years. They are members of St. Francis Xavier parish where Mrs. Va nde Hei was president of the Altar Rosary society. Survivors are her husband; three sons, Bill and Janice of De Pere and Dan, and Randa and Ann a, l of Green Bay; six grandchildren Lisa Vande Hei, Scott Cande Hei, Danielle Vande Hei, Cas sandra (Rick) Getschow, Terri (Kevin) Diny, Jeanne (Dean) Wall; ; two great grandchildren; Sa m and Mariah Wall; three brothers, Lawrence and Jane, Robert and Bernard and Lillian Visser s all of De Pere; four sisters, Mrs. Mike (Joanne) Rosnowski of Allouez, Leona Nackers of Wri ghtstown and Elsie Kempen and Verona and Harvey Van Lanen both of De Pere; nieces and nephews . She was preceded din death by a son, Robert; a daughter, Jeanne; one sister Agnes and Harol d Vande Hei, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Clarence Kempen, Jeanette Vissers, Art and F rances Vande Hei, Ken Vande Hei, Donald Vane Hei, and Sylvester Nackers. and other relative s.

Marcella Della Vercauteren

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Alice Margaret VanNoie

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Parents

Family 1: Al Brunette

Family 2: Donald M VandeHei (b. July 9, 1924, d. September 13, 1991)

Grace Kempen

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Parents

  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Libra
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Rosemary Petronella Vercauteren

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Parents

Family: Alvin Edward VandeHei (b. July 26, 1930, d. March 9, 2011)

Arnoldus Gijsbert Wilms VanderLoop

M, b. September 13, 1797, d. 1870

Parents

Family: Hendrina Hermanus Verstegen (b. April 19, 1796, d. 1870)

Biography

  • Birth: Arnoldus Gijsbert Wilms VanderLoop was born on September 13, 1797 in Zeeland, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Marriage: He and Hendrina Hermanus Verstegen were married on February 4, 1820 in Zeeland, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Death: Arnoldus Gijsbert Wilms VanderLoop died in 1870, at age ~73, in Town of Woodville, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Immigration: He immigrated to Tuskina on May 25, 1850 Line 130.

Hendrina Hermanus Verstegen

F, b. April 19, 1796, d. 1870

Parents

Family: Arnoldus Gijsbert Wilms VanderLoop (b. September 13, 1797, d. 1870)

Biography

  • Birth: Hendrina Hermanus Verstegen was born on April 19, 1796 in Zeeland, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Marriage: She and Arnoldus Gijsbert Wilms VanderLoop were married on February 4, 1820 in Zeeland, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Death: Hendrina Hermanus Verstegen died in 1870, at age ~74, in Town of Woodville, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Immigration: She immigrated to Tuskina on May 25, 1850 Line 131.

Antoine Audet

M, b. November 22, 1785

Parents

Family: Marie Vary (b. 1779, d. October 1858)

Biography

  • Birth: Antoine Audet was born on November 22, 1785 in La Prairie, Montérégie, Quebec, Canada.
  • Marriage: He and Marie Vary were married on February 22, 1819 in St Antoine de Padoue, Longueuil, Chambly, Quebec, Canada.

Pearl Fink

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Gerardus VanderLoop

M, b. February 24, 1825, d. May 12, 1913

Parents

Family: Agnes Willems (b. April 13, 1830, d. January 6, 1917)

Biography

  • Birth: Gerardus VanderLoop was born on February 24, 1825 in Zeeland, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Marriage: He and Agnes Willems were married on May 27, 1854 in Brown County, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Gerardus VanderLoop died on May 12, 1913, at age 88, in David City, Butler Co, Nebraska.
  • Note: Butler County Press (David City, Nebr.), May 15, 1913, p. 1, col. 6

    PASSING OF GEO. VANDERLOOP

    Early Settler Died in David City Monday, May 12

    After an illness of over four weeks with ailment peculiar to old age, George Vanderloop, for 34 years a respected resident of Butler county, passed away on Monday, May 12, about 9:30 a.m. He was in his 90th year.

    The funeral services were held in St. Mary's Catholic church in David City Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Requiem high mass was sung for the respose of his soul, after which the pastor, Rev. Father Caraher, preached a suitable and consoling sermon, taking for his text, "Precious in the sight of God is the death of His saints." Burial was in the Catholic cemetery, David City. The pallbearers were Theodore Aerts, Joseph Brochtrup, Herman Daniels, John Jacobs, William Vandenburg and Gilbert Zegers.

    Holland was the country in which Mr. Vanderloop was born. He was 89 years of age on February 24 last. He came to the United States when 27 years of age and located in Brown county, Wisconsin.

    In 1857 he was united in marriage to Miss Agnes Williams in Wisconsin. Twelve children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Vanderloop, and six of them are living. They are Mrs. William Litjens of David City, Mrs. Anton Jansen of Rushville, Neb,, Henry Vanderloop, Mrs. Henry Rolf, Mrs. Jacob Rutten and Mrs. William Browers, of Cedar Rapids, Neb. Mrs. Vanderloop, who is past 83 years of age, survives her husband. He also leaves one sister, living in Wisconsin, 72 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.

    With exception of Mrs. Brower, the children were all present at the funeral, as were also Anton Jansen of Rushville, Henry Rolf of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. C. P. Maule of Bee. Mrs. Maule is a granddaughter of Mr. Vanderloop.

    For 34 years Mr. Vanderloop had been a resident of Butler ounty, having moved here from Wisconsin in 1879. He engaged in farming during a good share of his lifetime and during the first seven years of his residence in this county he lived on a farm seven miles south of David City. For the past seventeen years the Vanderloop family have lived in David City.

    Mr. Vanderloop was a faithful and consistent as well as a generous member of St. Mary's Catholic church. He was ever highly respected by his neighbors, and his friends were many, as was attested by the large concourse that attended his funeral.
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    People's Banner (David City, Nebr.), May 15, 1913, p. 3, col. 5

    AN OLD SETTLER GONE.

    The funeral of Mr. George Vandeloup was held from the Catholic Church Wednesday morning. The pastor, Father Caraher, sung a Requiem High Mass for the repose of his soul. He also delivered an affecting sermon on the life and virtues of the deceased, eloquently testifying as pastor to the Christian virtues which shone resplendent in his humble and peaceful life. Mr. Vandeloup was a true Christian man and a good sincere citizen, who did his share to build up Butler county.

    He was loved and esteemed by all his neighbors.

    He was nearly 90 years old and one of the old settlers of this county, having retired and moved to David City about 15 years ago.

    He leaves an aged wife and six children to mourn his death.
  • Immigration: He immigrated to Mosambique in June 1851.

Agnes Willems

F, b. April 13, 1830, d. January 6, 1917

Parents

Family: Gerardus VanderLoop (b. February 24, 1825, d. May 12, 1913)

Biography

  • Birth: Agnes Willems was born on April 13, 1830 in Mill en Sint Hubert, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Marriage: She and Gerardus VanderLoop were married on May 27, 1854 in Brown County, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Agnes Willems died on January 6, 1917, at age 86, in David City, Butler Co, Nebraska.
  • Note: Butler County Press (David City, Nebr.), January 11, 1917, p. 1, col. 3

    AGED WOMAN LAID TO REST

    Mrs. Agnes Vanderloop Died January 6 - Funeral January 10.

    Mrs. Agnes Vanderloop, nearly 88 years of age, departed this life last Saturday afternoon, January 6, at 2:30 o'clock. Death was from sickness resulting from her advanced age. She was ill two weeks.

    Mrs. Vanderloop was the widow of George Vanderloop, whose death occurred in David City in May, 1913. Her maiden name was Agnes Williams. She was born in Holland on April 15, 1829. She was one of three children. Her parents and brother and sister preceded her to the grave several years.

    Coming to this country the United States, when 20 years of age, she located in Brown county, Wisconsin, and five years later was united in marriage to George Vanderloop, also a native of Holland and a resident of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Vanderloop lived in Wisconsin until 1879 when they came to Nebraska, locating on farm in Center township seven miles south of David City. They lived there until 22 years ago when they moved to David City. Since death of Mr. Vanderloop various granddaughters have lived with Mrs. Vanderloop. The past two years Miss Agnes Browers, of Cedar Rapids, has been with her.

    Six children, one son and five daughters, survive Mrs. Vanderloop. They are Mrs. William Litjen, of David City; Mrs. Anton Jansen, of Rushville; Henry Vanderloop, Mrs. Henry Rolf, Mrs. William Browers and Mrs. Jacob Rutten, of Cedar Rapids. She also leaves 59 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren.

    All of Mrs. Vanderloop's children were here for the funeral services of their mother and the five daughters and Miss Agnes Browers acted as pallbearers. Funeral services were held in St. Mary's Catholic church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock and were conducted by Rev. Father Boll. Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery. Besides the children, coming from away to the funeral were Henry Rolf, William Browers and Jacob Rutten from Cedar Rapids, Mrs. C. F. St. John from Rushville and William Uphoff from Marshall, Minn. Mrs. St. John is a granddaughter of Mrs. Vanderloop and Mr. Uphoff is a son-in-law.

    During her entire life Mrs. Vanderloop had been a faithful and consistent member of the Catholic church. She was a member of St. Mary's Altar society.
  • Immigration: She immigrated to Mosambique in June 1851.

Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderloop

F, b. December 26, 1859, d. February 17, 1927

Parents

Family: Peter Martin Kempen (b. December 26, 1859, d. January 28, 1909)

Biography

  • Birth: Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderloop was born on December 26, 1859 in Town of Woodville, Calumet Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Peter Martin Kempen were married on June 4, 1889 in Hollandtown, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderloop died on February 17, 1927, at age 67, in Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: She was buried in St Francis Cemetery, Hollandtown, Wisconsin.
  • Note: July 31, 1977 Way More Park.
    We are all here to day to celebrate the family reunion
    of the late- Peter &Minnie Kempen. The father and
    Mother of Martin Kempen &Elizebeth Goffin.
    Also it is Martin's 78th birthday.
    The Grandparents of all you children, were born
    on the same day Grampa Kempen was born on, Dec. 26th,
    1859 and Grama was also born on the same day Dec. 26th,
    1859. This maybe the only couple in the U.S.A. that had
    the same birthdate. They were baptized in the same church
    in Holland town and were married there in the year 1888.
    They raiseo nine children, two sets of twins, Anton and
    Cornel and Mary and Martin. The other Wilbert,Arnold,
    Elizabeth, Henry and Joe.
    Grampa Kempen died Jan. 28th, 1909 and
    Grama Kempen died Dec. 17th 1927.
    Grama's maiden name was Minnie Van Der Loop.