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What surnames are you interested in researching?
nieuwhof, van der zwaag, wolters, miedema, hiemstra, hoekstra, hijlkema,okkema,
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
netherlands, friesland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Wanted to know more about my heritage and my ancestors.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.howtofindyourroots.com, http://graveyardrabbit.wordpress...

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At 12:58pm on November 6, 2009, Gwynn Socolich said…
I am looking for the Kramer family from Sint Jacobiparoche, Het Bildt, Friesland, Netherlands. 9 September 1863 birth of Sytske Kramer. I found her birth record scan online. She died in Racine, Wisconsin (Susan DeYoung) in 1889 of Typhoid fever. Her father was Aart Betzes Kramer and her mother was Maartje Klazes Dijkstra. I was wondering if this family immigrated from Germany? I have a friend who is a Kramer and they were from Germany.
At 6:44am on October 12, 2009, Trevor Haagsma said…
Any record of a HILTIE EKKES DE JAGER daughter of FE SIERKS. She was born 1733 in Hommerts, and died 25 jan 1811 in Hommerts
At 5:58pm on July 31, 2009, Marcelle Galluzzo said…
I haven't done any specifically family tree or genealogy scrapbooking, but I have done some digital layouts with old family photographs my aunt scanned and sent me, She found some photos of my great grandmother, and of my grandmother and her sister as young women.
At 12:55pm on July 31, 2009, Doug Tallman said…
Douwe Harmense, who eventually adopted Talma or Taelman as a surname, came from Friesland. I always heard he was from Harlingen, but Sylvia Binch Talma says he was born in Buitenpost.
At 6:09pm on July 29, 2009, Marcelle Galluzzo said…
Thank you for welcoming me to the Genealogy Scrapbook & Family History Albums group. I look forward to sharing ideas as well.
At 3:54pm on July 22, 2009, Bob Arsenault said…
Hi Elisabeth....How could I be an Arsenault and not be interested in PEI?!?!? LOL....Most of my research has been in Quebec on my side of the family, but I do have to make it back to PEI for additional research pre-1860's back to the founding of the island. So many relatives there, so little time! LOL....

Have a great day!
At 12:27pm on July 16, 2009, Carolyn Ramsbottom said…
Hi
Nice to hear from you. We are just outside Mount Stewart. We are both from England originally. We have been on PEI for just over two years. Spent 4 years in New Brunswick before that. Haven't found much genealogical activity in PEI.

Carolyn

Elisabeth Nieuwhof's Blog

Treasures on the World Wide Web

While doing research on the branches of my family tree, sometimes I come across a little bit of

"treasure". Not a real treasure, but some interesting information or sometimes even a picture.

Recently I was doing some searching on a Klaas Jansen Heixan (my mothers great - great- great - great - great -great grandfather) and came upon the following

This particular branch of the family tree were Silversmiths.

Klaas Jansen Heixan was born on August 11, 1678 in Dokkum, Friesland, and… Continue

Posted on July 19, 2009 at 11:08am

A Visit to Pier 21

We recently traveled to Halifax, Nova Scotia and visited Pier 21 - Canada"s Immigration Museum.

Between 1928 and 1971 1.5 million immigrants - war brides, displaced people, evacuee children and Canadian military personnel who passed through Pier 21 , among them my father in law on his first visit to Canada in the early 50's.

pier 21 2 For those that consider visiting pier 21, I would highly suggest the guided tour. It is very informative and it takes you through all the stages that… Continue

Posted on July 18, 2009 at 7:00pm

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