The Mulherns and Raffertys of Lawrence County, Ohio
Johanna Adriana Kemp1 (F)
(4 January 1855 - 1931)
Last Edited=28 May 2005
Johanna Adriana Kemp was born on 4 January 1855 in the Netherlands.2 She immigrated in 1869 from Holland to the United States of America.3 Johanna married Cornelius Dalenberg, son of Pieter Dalenberg and Lijntje Vanderszijde, on 23 March 1875 in Cook County, Illinois. He was 23 and she was 20.4 Johanna and Cornelius had 11 children. These children are Peter, Neeltje Antonia, Lyntie Katherine, Bertha, Tryntie Wilamena, Henry Nicholas, Goris, Margaretha Aaltje, Neeltje Antonia, Pieter and Lijntje. Only 5 of these children were alive during the 1910 census.2
Cornelius, age 28, and Johanna, age 25, were enumerated on the 1880 Federal Census in Roseland, Cook County, Illinois. Also enumerated in this household were their children: Pieter (age 4) and Neeltje (age 3).5 Follow the link to see the census image. Johanna and Cornelius moved to Three Oaks, Berrien County, Michigan in 1883.2 Cornelius died on 21 March 1909, leaving Johanna a widow.2
Johanna, age 55, was enumerated on the 1910 Federal Census in Three Oaks Township, Berrien County, Michigan. Also enumerated in this household were two children Henry (age 21) and Margaret (age 15). She owns her farm "free."6 Johanna worked as a farmer.6 Follow the link to see the census image.
Johanna, age 65, was enumerated on the 1920 Federal Census at 204 E. Ash Street in Three Oaks Village, Berrien County, Michigan. She lives by herself. She became a naturalized citizen in 1889.7 Follow the link to see the census image.
Johanna, age 75, was enumerated on the 1930 Federal Census at 204 E. Ash Street in Three Oaks Village. She owns her house which was valued at $3500. She does not have a radio.3 Follow the link to see the census image. Johanna died in 1931.1 She was about 76 old.
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