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The Family of Tony Albernadus Brethouwer & Arnolda Johannah Jentink

1850 census Holland, Sheboygan Co., WI
#301/303
Toney Britia, male, age 40, laborer, b. Holland
John, age 20, b. Holland
Everit, age 15, b. Holland
Hendrick, age 14, b. Holland
Christopher, age 9, b. Holland
Barnard, age 5, b. Holland
Everet Jantick, age 72, b. Holland
Hanna Sygis, age 26, b. Holland

1860 census Holland, Sheboygan Co., WI
#993/921
Hendrick J. Brethauwer, age 23, farmer, b. Holland
Toni Brethauwer, female, age 54
Diena Te Brinke, age 11, b. WI
Herman T. Brethouwer, age 8, b. WI
#994/922
Adrian Brethouwer, age 30, farmer, b. Holland
Janna, age 35, b. Holland
Johanna, age 9, b. WI
Gerrit H., age 7, b. WI
Evert Gentink, age 84, b. Holland

1870 census Holland, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin
#481/471
Tonio Brethour, age 62, female?, keeping house, b. Holland
Harmin, age 18, farmer, b. Wisconsin
On same page & one household away from Adrian Brethouwer

1880 United States Census Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Page Number 57C
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Herman BRETHOUR Self M Male W 28 WI Farmer HOLLAND HOLLAND
Gertrude BRETHOUR Wife M Female W 31 WI Keeping House HOLLAND HOLLAND
Anthony BRETHOUR Son S Male W 5 WI WI WI
Hatty BRETHOUR Dau S Female W 3 WI WI WI
Mary BRETHOUR Dau S Female W 7M WI WI WI
Anthony BRETHOUR Father W Male W 71 HOLLAND HOLLAND HOLLAND

January 19, 1882 - Tony died in Oostburg, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin

http://tesellefamily.com/eng_content/eng_chronicle/chp_08.htm
Johanna Brethouwer was Herman John Te Selle's "Hired Girl"
Johanna Brethouwer was employed by Herman Te Selle as his "hired girl" to look after his four children: Manus John Schreurs, Dela, William, and baby Dina.

Marriage of Herman John Te Selle and Johanna Arnolda Brethouwer
I have a photocopy of the marriage certificate of "H.J. Te Selle and Johanna A. Brethouwer"; they were married on "May Ninth, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-Six." She was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, on April 7, 1859, and was the eldest child of Dr. Evert J. Brethouwer and his wife, Helena (Van De Wege) Brethouwer. Witnesses were Martinus/Martienus(?) Van De Wege and Prinsen, Justice of The Peace. It was also signed by Evert J. Brethouwer, Johanna's father. Johanna was about 17 when they were married.

The Brethouwers Lived in Wisconsin Before Going to Nebraska
Dr. Brethhouwer was a country doctor; both he and his wife were born in the Netherlands. His mother (Arnoldina Johanna Jentink-Brethouwer) died about 1847 on voyage to USA; she was buried at sea. His father, Tony Aalbernados Brethouwer died in 1882 in Wisconsin. In Wisconsin, the Brethouwers lived on a small farm or acreage which contained maple trees. They would tap the trees to collect buckets of maple syrup to use on the table and make candy. According to Aunt Minnie and Aunt Lena, it was the "only kind of candy they had."


http://www.twente.nl/~genealogy/emigration/emiwoold.htm
12844 Christiaan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 04-03-1842, emigrated from Broekmans, Woold 78, Winterswijk in circa 1848 (source: Das emigranten uit Woold 1837-1851).
Son of Tony Albernadus BRETHOUWER (see also 12837) and Arnolda Johanna JENTINK (see also 12835).

12841 Evert Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 27-05-1834, emigrated from Broekmans, Woold 78, Winterswijk in circa 1848 (source: Lijst met emigranten vanuit Winterswijk 1837-1851).
Son of Tony Albernadus BRETHOUWER (see also 12837) and Arnolda Johanna JENTINK (see also 12835).

12842 Hendrik Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 08-07-1836, emigrated from Broekmans, Woold 78, Winterswijk in circa 1848 (source: Das emigranten uit Woold 1837-1851).
Son of Tony Albernadus BRETHOUWER (see also 12837) and Arnolda Johanna JENTINK (see also 12835).

12901 Jan Berend BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 07-07-1845, emigrated from Broekmans, Woold 78, Winterswijk in circa 1848 (source: Das emigranten uit Woold 1837-1851).
Son of Tony Albernadus BRETHOUWER (see also 12837) and Arnolda Johanna JENTINK (see also 12835).

12837 Tony Albernadus BRETHOUWER, born Aalten 11-8-1808? Emigrated from Broekmans, Woold 78, Winterswijk in circa 1848 (source: Das emigranten uit Woold 1837-1851).
Son of Adrianus BRETHOUWER and Helena Catharina WANDERS.
Married Winterswijk 25-08-1833 to Arnolda Johanna JENTINK (see also 12835).
From this marriage:

1. Adrianus BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 02-02-1831.
2. Evert Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 27-05-1834 (see also 12841).
3. Hendrik Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 08-07-1836 (see also 12842).
4. Harmen Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 27-02-1839, died Winterswijk 19-01-1847.
5. Christiaan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 04-03-1842 (see also 12844).
6. Jan Berend BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 07-07-1845 (see also 12901).

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Name: Tony Albernadus Brethouwer
Year: 1847
Age: 39
Place: Indiana
Family Members: family
Source Publication Code: 9081
Primary Immigrant: Brethouwer, Tony Albernadus
Annotation: Date of emigration with intended destination. Extracted from "Staat Der Landverhuizingen Naar Noord-Amerika of Andere Overzeesche Gewesten [ List of Emigrants to North America or other Overseas Places]" which is located in the Algemeen Rijksarchief (National Archives) in the Hague. Supplemented by information from other sources. Microfilm and photocopies of the original emigration records are available in the Colonial Origins Collection, Heritage Hall at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and in the Archives of the Committee in the East on Historical Documents of the Christian Reformed Church in Passaic, New Jersey.
Source Bibliography: SWIERENGA, ROBERT P, compiler. Dutch Emigrants to the United States, South Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia, 1835-1880: An Alphabetical Listing by Household Heads and Independent Persons. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1983. 346p.
Page: 32

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Ref. Nr. :
557
Geslacht:
Man
Geboren:
11 Aug 1808 in Aalten 1
Notitie: Copy geboorteregister bij gezinsblad.In doopboek staat als voornaam Aalbernardus.
Gedoopt:
14 Aug 1808 in Aalten 2
Overleden:
19 Jan 1882 in Oostburg,Sheboygan,Wisconsin 3
Winterswijk
Beroep:
Zonder,Fussilier in de 4e compagnie van het 2e batailjon afdeling
Gegevens:
Kinderen; Adrianus P 688; Evert Jan P 692; Hendrik Jan (John Henry) P696; Harmen Jan P 700; Christian (Christopher) P 704; Jan Berend (BrendJohn); P 708; Geert/Gerrit P 2398.En drie voorkinderen.Heeft aannationale militie voldaan.Komt ook in de registers voor als ToniAalbernardus.Is in 1847 vertrokken naar Oostburg Wiscounsin,MissouriU.S.A. met bestemming Indiana Evansville U.S.A.om zich te voegen bij defamilie Adrianus Brethouwer.Zie bulletin no 2 in map.Woonde voor vertrekin Winterswijk van 1833 tot 1842 tot vertrek naar USA Broekmans Woold70.De emigranten uit Woold 1837-1851.Heeft belijdenis gedaan in deHervormde kerk van Winterswijk in september 1827 was voordienGereformeerd.Zie gezinsblad copy emigranten naarAmerika.www.twente.nl/emigration/emiwoold.htm

Vader: Adrianus Brethouwer - geb. 1765 Ovl. 10 Jun 1814
Moeder: Catharina Helena Waanders Wanders - geb. 20 Mrt 1773 Ovl. 16 Oct 1812

Gezinsleden:
(broers/zussen) Tony Abernaidus Aalbernadus Brethouwer - geb. 11 Aug 1808 Ovl. 19 Jan 1882
Garrit Jan Willem Brethouwer - geb. 11 Feb 1811 Ovl. 3 Mrt 1812
Adrianus Brethouwer - geb. 12 Nov 1814


Partner: Arnolda Johanna Jentink - geb. 4 Jan 1804 Ovl. 1860
Gehuwd:
21 Aug 1833 in Winterswijk 4

Notitie: Getuige: Jan Hendrik Weenink,34 jaar,Abraham Gijsbers,30 jaar,Gradus HendrikusCopy trouwakte bij gezinsblad.Bij huwelijk voorkind Adrianus geboren 2februari 1831 nummer P 561 geecht.Voor het huwelijk zijn ook nog geborenAdrianus geboren op 2 februari 1831 te Winterswijk P 688 en Geert/Gerritgeboren in ongeveer 1832 P 2398
Getuige: Jan Hendrik Weenink,34 jaar,Abraham Gijsbers,30 jaar,Gradus Hendrikus

Kinderen:
Adrianus Brethouwer - geb. 2 Feb 1831
Garret Of Gerrit Brethouwer - geb. 1832
Evert Johan Brethouwer - geb. 27 Mei 1834 Ovl. 18 Mei 1923
Hendrik Jan (John Henry) Brethouwer - geb. 8 Jul 1836 Ovl. 1915
Harmen Jan Brethouwer - geb. 20 Feb 1839 Ovl. 19 Jan 1847
Crristiaan Christopher Brethouwer - geb. 4 Mrt 1842 Ovl. 1922
Jan Berend Brethouwer - geb. 7 Jul 1845 Ovl. 1900

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sheboygan/birthBo.htm
Sheboygan County Births Vital Index "Bre - Bt"
Brethauer, Johanna {A.} April 7, 1859 1 122-365 Parents - Evert Law Brethauer & Helena Van Der Wege
Brethauer, Elisabeth E. April 25, 1861 1 122-366 Parents - Evert Law Brethauer & Helena Van Der Wege
Brethouwer, Gezina Jan. 20, 1870 2 114-340 Parents - Jan Willem Brethouwer & Janna Hendrika Prange
Brethouwer, John Feb. 7, 1874 103 364
Brethour, Lizzie Sept. 1, 1876 20 309-925
Brethour, Hatty Sept. 7, 1877 20 309-923
Brethour, Jane Nov. 15, 1878 20 323-965
Brethour, Mary Nov. 5, 1879 20 306-916
Brethouwer, Benjamin Dec. 9, 1882 110 65
Brethouwer, Janna B. Sept. 5, 1883 21 228-1366
Brethouwer, Willie Feb. 12, 1885 21 346-2070
Brethouwer, Herman J. Feb. 24, 1886 22 65-258
Brethouwer, Jan July 14, 1887 22 301-1204
Brethouwer, Geertruida May 11, 1887 22 250-1000
Brethouwer, George July 22, 1889 23 352-1408
Brethouwer, Hendrik J. Dec. 1, 1889 23 292-1168
Brethouwer, Dina June 5, 1893 25 17-65
Bretthauer, Florence E. April 10, 1897 26 573-2289
Brethouwer, Lillian C. Aug. 23, 1902 28 302-1810

http://www.dutchgenealogy.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=51&Itemid=29
12837 Tony Albernadus BRETHOUWER, born Aalten 11-8-1808? Emigrated from Broekmans, Woold 78, Winterswijk in circa 1848 (source: Das emigranten uit Woold 1837-1851).
Son of Adrianus BRETHOUWER and Helena Catharina WANDERS.
Married Winterswijk 25-08-1833 to Arnolda Johanna JENTINK (see also 12835).
From this marriage:


1. Adrianus BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 02-02-1831.

2. Evert Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 27-05-1834 (see also 12841).

3. Hendrik Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 08-07-1836 (see also 12842).

4. Harmen Jan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 27-02-1839, died Winterswijk 19-01-1847.

5. Christiaan BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 04-03-1842 (see also 12844).

6. Jan Berend BRETHOUWER, born Winterswijk 07-07-1845 (see also 12901).

From: Ina Brethouwer [mailto:ina@brethouwer.info]
Sent: Sunday, May 21, 2006 5:26 PM
To: Kari Northup
Subject: Re: Adrianus Brethouwer

Dear Kari,

The information on the Brethouwers on your page is great!

About Adrianus1831: see below. About Gerrit 1832 : I already told you I think this is not correct - wait for Ter Hoeve answer.

From Geert te Selle I earlier got the following information that might be of interest to you !!!:
Tony Aalbernardus trouwt op 21-8-1833 in Winterswijk met Arnolda Johanna Jentink, waarbij hij een zoon erkent als de zijne, te weten Adrianus Brethouwer geboren 2-2-1831.
Translation is about this:
Tony Aalbernardus married 21-8-1833 in Winterswijk Arnolda Johanna Jentink, and then he acknowledges a son of Arnolda Johanna being his own, and the name of this son is Adrianus Brethouwer, born 2-2-1831.
(This means that the father of Adrianus is most probably not known - should you need more information: please ask Geert te Selle.
In the meantime I have sent him your questions as below about the The Brinke family! Just wait for his answer.
Ina

________________________________________
From: John S. Koning [mailto:jskoning@valint.net]
Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2007 2:49 PM
To: Kari Northup; ina@brethouwer.info
Subject: Brethouwers

Hi Kari & Ina:

It's been almost a year since I was in contact with each of you. I apologize for the neglect. I had indicated to Kari that I would be going to the Mormon's Family History Library in Salt Lake City last summer to research some of the Brethouwer issues that are still unanswered. Well, that trip didn't occur last summer, but I did finally make the trip earlier this month and was able to answer a few questions. Just as a reminder, I sent Kari an email on the 26th of June last year listing some of the Brethouwer issues. It is reproduced here:


Hi Kari -

I've gone through our correspondence and I've compiled a list of unresolved issues.

1) Verify 5 Nov 1807 marriage date for Adrianus Brethouwer and Catharina Helena Wanders. (Check the Aalten Church and Civil Marriage records.)

2) Verify 21 Aug 1833 Winterswijk marriage date in the original records for Tonij Brethouwer and Arnolda Johanna Jentink.

3) Attempt to find the source for the 1882 death of Tonij Brethouwer in Sheboygan Co., WI.

4) Attempt to find the source for the 1847 death of Arnolda Johanna Jentink, wife of Tonij Brethouwer, on the ship coming to America.

5) Attempt to identify the 2nd wife of Tonij Brethouwer. She possibly had a name similar to Anna Maria, married Tonij in about 1850, was the probable mother of Herman John who was born in 1852, and she probably died before 1860.

6) Attempt to determine whether Adrianus (John) who was born in 1831 was the natural or adopted son of Tonij Brethouwer. (Check the Winterswijk Birth registration of Adrianus and Marriage registration of Tonij and Arnolda to see what info they may contain.)

7) Attempt to identify Caroline, the 2nd wife of Evert Jan Brethouwer. (Check the Lancaster Co. and Gage Co., NE marriage registrations.)

8) Attempt to find out what happened to Jan Berend Brethouwer. You've already shown that he was not married to Maggie Jelsma or Florence Terry.

Let me know if you think I've forgotten anything.

John


Kari figured out the 8th issue even before I generated the list. Here is what I have found on some of the other issues.

Issue #1:
I sent a copy of the Dutch Reformed Church Record to Kari in July of last year. It showed a banns date of 17 Oct 1807 and a marriage date of 01 Nov 1807. I was unable to find a record of the marriage in the Aalten Civil Marriage records. As far as I'm concerned, the 01 Nov 1807 marriage date is the correct date to use until such time as another credible source shows otherwise.

Issue #2:
The correct date for this marriage is 21 Aug 1833.

Issue #5:
I have reviewed my records and have the following information that I found on various records in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin: 1) Son Harmen Jan's Death Record showed his mother's name to be Anna M. F. Brethouwer, 2) Son Harmen Jan's Marriage Record showed his mother's name to be Maria Brethouwer, 3?) 1860 Federal Census shows her name to be Anna Brethouwer (living with stepson Evert and his wife).

Issue #6:
I have attached a copy of the note that appears on the 21 Aug 1833 marriage record of Tony Brethouwer and Arnolda Jentink. I have attempted to transcribe the text, but have only been partly successful. Perhaps Ina can correct and complete my work and provide us with a translation that will indicate whether or not Adrianus is the natural son of Tony:

En hebben voorschreven
gehuwd en -----ond daarop
verklaard, dat is ein
door hier, ----t en --ht
verwekt kind besta--
dat di t bij de---lfe ge
boort op den tweeden
Februarij achtteen hon
dert een en dertig in het Register
van Geboort deser Gemeente is en ge
schreven onder de naam van
Adrianus Jentink. Dat des
Bruidegom Tonij Aalbernadus
Brethouwer erkint de vader van
hetzelve te zijn en welk kind ge
milde gehuwd in bij deze ---
hier wettig kind erkenn-n
zinv--- goed geke--d

From what I can tell, it does indicate that Tony is acknowledging that he is Adrianus' natural father, but I'm not sure.

Issue #7:
On 21 Jul 1903, in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, Evert J. Brethouwer (of Firth) married Mrs. Caroline Davenport (of Lincoln), daughter of Joshua Bonney and Adelia Wilson. Caroline was 70 years old and she was born in New York. The record can be found on Family History Library Microfilm #2027738, Volume 23, Page 106.


That is all for now. I hope you both find this infomation useful.

John

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From: Ina Brethouwer [mailto:ina@brethouwer.info]
Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2007 12:04 PM
To: John S. Koning
Cc: Kari Northup
Subject: Re: Brethouwers from Winterswijk NL etc.

Issue 1:
transcription Aalten marriage records:
17-10-1807 01-11-1807 Adrianus Brethouwer, en Catharina Helena Wanders.
First date is publication and 1st November is indeed the marriage date.

Issue 2:
Transcription Winterswijk marriage records:
Tonnij.Aalbernardus.Brethouwer.* te Aalten.25 jaar.soldaat. *born in Aalten, 25 years old, soldier, son of ZV.Adrianus.Brethouwer. Helena.Catharina.Wanders.
X 21.08.1833.
Arnolda.Johanna.Jentink.29 jaar. DV.Evert.Jentink.Enneken.Blekkink.

Issue 4:
The source of the death on board of the ship is the Te Selle family in America. Granddaughter Johanna Arnolda Brethouwer told this to her husband Te Selle and children.

Issue 6:
THANK You for the document! My compliments that John can read this document, which for me is difficult. The translation is correct.
Tony Aalbernardus marries 21-8-1833 in Winterswijk Arnolda Johanna Jentink, and he acknowledges that Adrianus Brethouwer born 2-2-1831 is his natural child. And by marrying the mother, he now also is the legal father.

Issue 7:
THANK YOU so much for this new person to the geneaological tree!

with love
INA @>----

PS
As you both know the family Brethouwer emigrated from the farm "Broekmans" in hamlet Woold to USA. Transcription death record of Enneken Blekkink, mother of Arnolda Johanna Jentink
death record of Winterswijk:
OD [01.10.1819] heeden des morgens om 7 uren
A Gerrit Jan Blekkink. 31 jaar. Landbouwer
A Jan Willem Stortelers. 44 jaar. Landbouwer
wonende beide in t Woold
O Enneken Blekkink
oud 56 jaren. Landbouwer
geboren en gewoond hebbende in de Buurschap Woold
Ehevrouw van Evert Jentink [haar tweede man]
[zowel met haar eerste man Arnoldus Broekmans als met de
op de Buninkweide in Miste geboren Evert Jentink wonende op
Broekmans in het Woold]
DV wijlen Jan Blekkink en wijlen Engele Grotenhuis. in der tijd
Ehelieden. Boerderij gedaan en gewoond hebbende in t Woold
[op Blekkink in het Woold K 71]
It says that first October 1819 in the morning at 07.00 o'clock
(neighbours G.J. Blekkink and Jan Willem Stortelers, both living in hamlet Woold)
died (O = first word of "overlijden" = decease) Enneken Blekkink, 56 years old
born and lived in the hamlet Woold
wife of Evert Jentink, her second husband
(her first husband was Arnoldus Broekmans and she lived with him on the farm Broekmans in het Woold
and her second husband Evert Jentink - born on the farm "Buninkweide" in hamlet Miste - also lived with her
on Broekmans in hamlet Woold.)
Daughter of the deceased Jan Blekkink and the deceased Engele Grotenhuis, formerly married couple,
that had a farm and lived there in 't Woold, "Blekkink" in het Woold K 71.

I can tell you both that in the meantime I am so curious about farm Blekkink and Broekmans that I will try
to find a foto of these farms nowadays in Winterswijk!!!

-----Original Message-----
From: John S. Koning [mailto:jskoning@valint.net]
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 1:55 AM
To: Kari Northup; Ina@brethouwer.info
Subject: Issue #5: Another possibility? & more

Hi Kari & Ina,

When I first started working on genealogy many years ago, looking at the Sheboygan County Censuses was one of the resources that I used heavily. I haven't looked at them for years now. I didn't understand the significance of apparently unrelated individuals living with families. I've learned since then and when Kari mentioned that Diena TeBrinke was living with Tony in 1860, it got me thinking. Perhaps Diena was Tony's step-daughter; she would have been listed as a boarder because she was not in any way related to the head of the household, Tony's son. On 24 May 1839 in Aalten, Derk Jan ten Brinke married Anna Maria Kolwagen. If these are Diena's parents, it is likely (in my opinion) that Anna Maria Kolwagen was Tony's second wife. Do either of you know who Diena's parents were? I noticed on Kari's website that the first son and daughter of Johanna TeBrinke (Diena's sister?) were named Dirk J. and Anna M.

I have a theory about "Hannah Lygis" also. I think she might be Janna Siggers who married Adrianus (John), Tony's oldest son. The age is right. I'd have to look at the original records (which I don't have easy access to) to see if this is really a possibility. Janna, by the way, was born 10 Nov 1824 in Herike, Markelo Gem., Overijssel Prov. (FHL #0116831, Entry #95 in the 1824 births)

Kari, I'm quite sure you are right about the age error related to Anna, Evert's first daughter, in the 1860 census. I guess I should have added a few more question marks to my note.

I also have some other info that you might want: Helena van de Wege was born on 30 May 1841 in Hoek Gem., Zeeland Prov. (FHL #0122409, Entry #19 in the 1841 births) I assume since your website doesn't show it, that you don't have this info.

Ina, thanks for the confirmation on the note that appeared on Tony's and Arnolda's marriage registration.

Regarding issues #3 & #4: I'd just like to find some more substantial evidence for these two. I'd really like to find a passenger manifest in the first case, and maybe a family Bible in the second case. Probably neither exists, but I keep hoping.

Later, John