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VandrJagt Family History


The following Family History was contributed by: Roberta Lewis


Descendants of Cornelius Manus VanderJagt, Sr.

Generation No. 1

1. Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt, Sr. [8] (Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 19 Dec 1811 in Burgh, Schouwen, Zeeland Netherlands, and died 01 Feb 1888 in Sheboygan Co. Wisconsin. He married Martha (Maatje) Bienerveldt-Bienefelt, daughter of Johannes Bienefelt And Pieternella Kooreman. She was born 1815, and died 08 Aug 1875 in Sheboygan Co. Wisconsin.

Notes for Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt, Sr.:

A note from Roberta Lewis:

I must acknowledge that the early history and genealogy for this VanderJagt family was done by Ruth VanDerJagt Mrs. Ervin R. Van Der Jagt. She resided at 719 Ann Street East Lansing, Michigan 48823 back in 1969, she did a wonderful job of this work, and left this for all the generations to come, I thank her and owe her so much for all that she did. Without her work, I could never have found all that I have, and done as much with my family genealogy as I have. She is the one that did the major part of the research early on. Thank you Ruth you left us all a treasure.

From the writings of Ruth:

The surname, VanDerJagt, means "of the hunt" It was brought to Sheboygan County, Wisconsin by Cornelius and Martha (Maatje Bunefeltt) or Bienerveldt VanderJagt when they came to America from the village of Burg, on the island of Schouwen, province of Zeeland, Holland in 1849.

Cornelius and Martha, and their six children, sailed from Alvord Schloss for New York.

The voyage was made in a three - mast sailing vessel of American make, and took some twenty-eight days, landing in New York. During the passage one of their children, a little girl two years of age (born in 1847) was taken sick, died and was buried at sea. Her name was not given in the recorded history of Sheboygan County.

{Note: from Roberta the little girls name was: Adaariantje). While crossing the Atlantic Ocean the family experienced one storm of great severity, which lasted twenty-four hours, terrifying the five hundred passengers on board.

After a two weeks stay in New York city, Mr. Van Der Jagt took his family to Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, going by way of Buffalo and the Great Lakes. When they arrived in Sheboygan, they stopped several days at the Wisconsin House, which was kept by Joseph Schrage. Then they rented a house until Cornelius had time to find their new home. Six weeks later the family moved to the town of Holland whre the father purchased eighty acres of heavily timbered land. There a 20 x 30" log house was built where the family lived for fifteen years. Later, the log house was replaced by a more modern home.

Cornelius VanderJagt was a painter by trade and followed that vocation until his advanced years. One of his last projects was painting the 56' x 48' barn on the old homestead. He was seventy-four years old at the time.

According to the book, Portrait and Biographical Record of Sheboygan County, Cornelius and his wife became the parents of 13 children, eight sons, and five daughters.

During the seach at the County Court House no record was found of the last seven children, four sons and three daughters, who apparently were born in this country after the family arrived in 1849. Evidently none of them survived the hardships of the New World. (see note below R.L.)

(Note from Roberta Lewis,I believe the above statement is in error, where she got 13 children is beyond me, I have copies of the ship record showing the children our genealogy is based on are the only ones, that came with them they lost the little girl age 2 at sea, but the others survived, and they had Cornelius age 13, Johannes age 11,Leendert age 10,Pieter age 8, Willhelmina age 4, Adriaantje age 2, so five children came with them to America, and only five)

County births were first recorded at the Court House in 1852. However, the first birth recorded in the Van Der Jagt family was for a daughter, Maatje, born in 1869 (a generation later) to one of Cornelius and Martha's sons, Peter, and his first wife, Susan. The first Van Der Jagt death recorded was in 1877.

This genealogy, then is based upon the families of the first five and only surviving children who came to America with their parents in 1849.

(1) Cornelius, Jr. (born in the village of Zierikzee, province of Schouwen, Holland in 1834) who became a fisherman; (2) John, (born in the village of Burg, province of Schouwen, Holland in 1837) who was a farmer of Holland Township, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin; (3) Leonard, (born in the province of Zeeland, Holland in 1839) who was also a farmer of this section of the County; (4) Peter, born in Holland in 1842) who after the death of his first wife, married again and became a farmer in St. Croix County, Wisconsin; (5) and Wilhelmina "Minnie", (born 1845) who married John DeMaster, a dealer in agricultural implements and a well-known farmer of Sheboygan County.

"There are two instances of discrpancy in dates. First, on the death registration of the original Cornelius, his birth was recorded as December 19, 1812, and his death as February 1, 1888. On his tombston in the Walvoord Cemetery, in Cedar Grove, his birth year was recorded as 1814 with the date of death as February 1, 1889. On the death registration his father's name is recorded as being Jan M. and his mothers given name as being Catholina.

General Note:

Emigrated aboard the "Rose Standish", leaving Rotterdam, Netherlands and arriving September 13, 1849 in New York. From Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820 - 1880

Ancestry.com database on line shows:

Adriaantje Vanderjagt

Arrival date Sept 13, 1849 U.S.A.
Female under 14 daughter
Died on Passage, it shows she was 9 months old
Ship Name: Rose Standish

Last residence Dutch Municipality Microfilm series M-2347 Microfilm roll: 83

Cornelis Vanderjagt - age 65 - Male, Occupation - Baker, sugar baker, confectioner

Relationship to head - Brother (I think this may be father to our Cornelis, seems to old to be his brother)

Cornelis Manus Vanderjagt - All info same as to arrival date ship, etc., just different information now, on age, occupation,etc.,
Age 38
Male - (My great great grandfather)
Painter (house)
Husband

Johannes Vanderjagt - (my great grandfather)
age 11
Son
Male under 14

Leendert Vanderjagt
age 10
Male under 14
Son

Maatje Vanderjagt - (my great great grandmother)
33
Female
Housewife, Matron
Wife

Pieter Vanderjagt
age 8
Male under 14
Son

Wilhelmina Vanderjagt
age 4
Female under 14
Daughter

Notes on the ship and the arrival in New York.

The ship they came on was the Bark Rose Standish, an American Made, and the ship owned by Wambersie Shipping Co.

Arriving in New York meant disembarkation in Castle Garden - in the southern part of Manhattan, a large building of the government for the reception of emigrants.

Later, in 1892, the reception was on an island named Ellis Island.

I found they did arrive at Castle Garden, 13 September 1849. From New York they went to Buffalo.

The sailing ship they came on was the Bark Rose Standish, and a bark is a three masted vessel with the foremast and mainmast square rigged and the mizzenmast fore and aft rigged. The mizzenmast carries no yards; there is a hoist and lower fore-and-aft sail and a gaff topsail.

I found an article which I will quote here regarding the cost and time of the voyage. Upon leaving Rotterdam for the sea, in 1830 a canal was dug through the island of Voorne: the Voornsche Kanaal. The ships could reach the sea more easily now by the town of Hellevoetsluis. Later on, in 1866, the digging of the Nieuwe Waterweg started and in 1872 ships went directly from Rotterdam to the sea.

Ships passing through the Voornsche Kanaal were registered, arriving at Hellevoetsluis the sailing ships had to wait for a favourable wind, before leaving Europe. The last silhouetter the emigrants saw of home-land was the silhouette of the town of Hellevoetsluis. With it's typical dutch mills on the walls, the Magazine of the dutch Navy and the many masts of the ships in the harbour. Depending on weather conditions, the emigrants arrived after 4 to 5 weeks in New York.

For the sea-voyage one had to pay 60 guilders, for most emigrants, a large sum of money and the provision on board was sometimes very bad. Note: Only in 1861 did new laws go into force,everyone then had to register in the town he was leaving, there was minimum amount of space aboard for every person, and food had to be provided" however our family came before these new laws went into effect. R. L.

More About Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt, Sr.:
Arrival: New York {1}
Burial: Walvoord Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Wisc.
Departure: Netherlands {1}
Destination: U.S.A. (no specific place stated) {1}
Residence: 1860, Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin {2,3}

Notes for Martha (Maatje) Bienefelt:

Name shown is Maatje Bienefelt daughter of Johannes Bienefelt and Pieternella Kooreman married about 1830 in Netherlands

More About Martha (Maatje) Bienefelt:

Burial: Walvoord Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Wisc.

Children of Cornelius Vanderjagt and Martha (Maatje)Bienefelt are:
2. i. Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [9], b. 29 Jun 1834, Zierikzee Province Schouwen Holland; d. 21 Jul 1884.
3. ii. John Vanderjagt, b. 05 Jun 1837, Village of Burg, Province of Schouwen, Holland; d. 23 Jun 1922, Cedar Grove, Wisconsin.
4. iii. Leonard (Lendert) Vanderjagt, b. 19 Sep 1839, Province of Zeeland Holland; d. 05 Jan 1914.
5. iv. Peter (Pieter) Vanderjagt, b. 22 Aug 1842, Holland; d. 14 Aug 1927.
6. v. Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt, b. 09 Jun 1845, Burgh, Zeeland, NL; d. 09 Oct 1925, Cedar Grove, Sheboygan, WI.
vi. Adriaantje, b. Abt. Jan 1849; d. 1849, At sea.

Notes for Adriaantje:

Adriaantje Van Der Jagt was born 1849 in prob. Burgh, Zeeland, Netherland and died in 1849 at sea, at age 9 months, per ship records.

Generation No. 2

2. Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [9] (Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 29 Jun 1834 in Zierikzee Province Schouwen Holland, and died 21 Jul 1884. He married Catharina Wilhelmine Schilleman 09 Dec 1856, daughter of Adriannus Schilleman and Anna Ottevanger. She was born 14 Oct 1837, and died 28 Mar 1923.

Notes for Cornelius M. Vanderjagt:

Notes from Nancy: on arrival of Parents of Catharina wife of Cornelius VanderJagt

Adriannus (Andrew) Schilleman Sr. & Anna Marie Ottevanger
age 40 - age 39
Catharina age 12
Anthonia age 11
Adriannus or Adrian (spelled Adrianna (Wrong) age 4
Arrival Date Sept 3, 1850
Port of Arrival: New York
Port of Departure: Rotterdam
Place of Origin: Netherlands
Ship: Osiris

Microfilm Serial M237
Microfilm roll 92

Children of Cornelius Vanderjagt and Catharina Schilleman are:
7. i. Martha Van Der Jagt [10], b. 04 Sep 1857; d. 01 Oct 1942.
8. ii. Anna Maria "Mary" Van Der Jagt, b. 30 Sep 1860; d. 03 Oct 1926.
9. iii. Wilhelmine "Minnie" Vanderjagt, b. 1862; d. 20 Sep 1902.
10. iv. Cornelius Van Der Jagt, b. 27 Aug 1869; d. 29 Apr 1917.
v. William Van Der Jagt, b. 03 Jul 1872; d. 16 Nov 1884, Died of Diptheria.

Notes for William Van Der Jagt:

Died of Diptheria

vi. Arrejantje M. Van Der Jagt, b. 14 Jan 1875; d. 15 Nov 1884, Died of Diptheria.
11. vii. Antonetta "Nettie" Van Der Jagt, b. 10 Sep 1878.

3. John Vanderjagt [9] (Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) {4,5,6,6} was born 05 Jun 1837 in Village of Burg, Province of Schouwen, Holland, and died 23 Jun 1922 in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin. He married Josephine (Jozena) DeMaster 04 Mar 1862, daughter of Pieter Demeester and Johanna Blanker. She was born 1842 in Axel, Netherland, Europe, and died 04 Mar 1888 in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin.

Notes for John Vanderjagt:

John VanderJagt
Served Company I - 6th Infantry Wisconsin
Private - entered service Oct. 21, 1864 - mustered out 14 July 1865 Jeffersonville, Ind.

Some very important notes on John Van Der Jagt
From the Sheboygan Press - Telegram of Saturday June 24, 1922

John Van Der Jagt, Civil War Veteran Answers Call

John Van Der Jagt, one of the last of the Civil War veterans of Sheboygan county, died at the home of his son, Peter Van Jagt, at Cedar Grove, Friday, after an illness of four months. He celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday on June 5.

Mr. Van Der Jagt was a native of Burg, province of Schouwen, Holland. He was born June 5, 1837, and at the age of twelve he accompanied his parents and five other children to the United States, coming directly to Sheboygan County. During the voyage to America, a baby sister became ill and died and was buried at sea.

Mr. Van Der Jagt at one time described a storm which the passengers aboard ship experienced while at sea, one that terrified all on board. He stated that for a time it was feared that the ship would be wrecked. The storm was weathered, however, and they all landed safely.

Mr. Van Der Jagt attended school in the old log school house in section 26, town of Holland. His educational advantages were limited to three months during the winter seasons. He early learned to assist in the work his father's farm, and he did that until he grew to manhood.

On March 4, 1862, Mr. Van Der Jagt married Miss Josephine De Master, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Peter DeMaster. They became the parents of twelve children, eight of whom are living. They are Peter, Cornelius, Mrs. John Grotenhuis, and Mrs. Ed Thuene, Cedar Grove; Mrs. J. Sheean and Miss Minnie, Milwaukee; and John of Minneapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Van Der Jagt began their wedded life in a log cabin, which Mr. Van Der Jagt built on his farm in the town of Holland.

About 1880 a new home was erected, but only a few years were spent there. Mrs. Van Der Jagt was called by death on March 14, 1888.

When President Lincoln called for volunteers to put down the rebellion of the south, Mr. Van Der Jagt was among the first who made the response and entered the service of his adopted country. He served as a soldier with honor to himself and family to the Union.

Politically Mr. Van Der Jagt was a republican and he supported the principles advocated by the party. He and his family attended the First Presbyterian church of Cedar Grove, in which they took an active part. Mr. Van Der Jagt was well known and highly respected all through the secion of the county in which he lived.

Funeral services will be conducted at the First Presbyterian church Monday at 1:30 o'clock and burial will be made in the Walvoord Cemetery.

More About John Vanderjagt:
Arrival: 1849 {7,8}
Burial: Walvoord Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Wisconsin
Civil: Wisconsin {9}
Departure: Netherlands {10}
Destination: U S A {10}
Residence: 1920, Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin {11}

More About Josephine (Jozena) DeMaster:

Burial: Walvoord Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Wisc.

Children of John Vanderjagt and Josephine DeMaster are:

i. Cornelius Vanderjagt [10] {12,13,14,} b. 10 Feb 1865; d. 22 Nov 1937; m. Hannah Abbink, 17 May 1905; b. 17 Jan 1879; d. 01 Feb 1953.

More About Cornelius Vanderjagt:
Residence: 1870, Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin {15}

12. ii. Jennie (Janna) Vanderjagt, b. 05 Oct 1867; d. 25 Mar 1939.
13. iii. Martha (Maatje) Vanderjagt, b. 23 Dec 1870; d. 30 May 1915.
14. iv. Peter (Pieter) Vanderjagt, b. 26 Oct 1871; d. 26 Apr 1937.
v. Minnie (Mina) Vanderjagt, b. 13 Jan 1874; d. 09 Oct 1954; m. George Knapper, 19 Jun 1926; b. 1888; d. 12 Jun 1941.

Notes for Minnie (Mina) Vanderjagt:

My favorite aunt, my beloved Aunt Minnie, we spent much time at her lovely home, it was the one home that was always there, grandma and grandpa Van lived with her, I adored her, she was a tiny little lady.

Her husband was a police officer, I believe killed in line of duty, but not sure on that. She never remarried after he died.

More About Minnie (Mina) Vanderjagt:

Burial: 13 Oct 1954, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisc.

More About George Knapper:

Burial: 16 Jun 1941, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisc.

15. vi. Sarah (Saartye) Vanderjagt, b. 17 Mar 1876; d. 12 Dec 1948.
16. vii. Josephine (Jozina) Vanderjagt, b. 22 Feb 1880; d. 20 Dec 1933.
17. viii. John J. Vanderjagt, b. 12 Feb 1884, Cedar Grove, Wisconsin; d. 22 Aug 1950, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
ix. Infant Son Stillborn Vanderjagt, b. 09 Jan 1887.

4. Leonard (Lendert) Vanderjagt [9] (Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 19 Sep 1839 in Province of Zeeland Holland, and died 05 Jan 1914. He married (1) Willemina "Minnie" Stokdyke 23 Nov 1863. She was born 05 Aug 1843, and died 25 Jan 1865. He married (2) Alice Stokyde 13 Apr 1868, daughter of Adolph Stokdyk and Anetta Peters. She was born 22 Jan 1848, and died 22 Jan 1912.

Notes for Leonard (Lendert) Vanderjagt:

From the Rostere of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865
Thirteenth Regiment Infantry - Company D

Shows his residence, Holland date Dec. 2,'64 - Drafted M. O. Nov. 14, 65

Name shown in dutch was Leendert B.

More About Leonard (Lendert) Vanderjagt:
Arrival: 1847 {16}
Burial: Walvoord Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Wisc.
Departure: Netherlands {17}
Destination: U S A {17}
Military: 1864 {18}
Residence: 1900, Cedar Grove, Sheboygan, Wisconsin {19}

Child of Leonard Vanderjagt and Willemina Stokdyke is:

i. Peter Vanderjagt [10]

Notes for Peter Vanderjagt:

Died in infancy

Children of Leonard Vanderjagt and Alice Stokyde are:
ii. Cornelias Vanderjagt [10], b. 06 Jun 1870; d. 04 Sep 1886.
18. iii. Adolph Vanderjagt, b. 01 Jan 1873; d. 07 Feb 1957.
19. iv. John L. Vanderjagt, b. 07 Apr 1874; d. 09 Jun 1949.
20. v. Henry Vanderjagt, b. 08 Oct 1875; d. 07 Aug 1935.
vi. Peter Vanderjagt, b. 30 Mar 1877; d. 10 Apr 1877.
vii. Martha Vanderjagt, b. 18 Jan 1879; d. 12 Jan 1897.
21. viii. Annette "Nettie" Vanderjagt, b. 15 Aug 1880; d. 25 Sep 1956.
ix. Minnie Vanderjagt, b. 23 Jun 1882.
x. Peter Vanderjagt, b. 02 Jul 1884.
22. xi. Elmer Vanderjagt, b. 23 Apr 1885; d. 08 Jan 1960.
xii. Leonard Vanderjagt, b. 28 Apr 1886.

Notes for Leonard Vanderjagt:

Died in infancy

xiii. Morris Cornelius Vanderjagt, b. 19 Jan 1890; d. 15 Aug 1918, In World War I.

Notes for Morris Cornelius Vanderjagt:

Buried next to his father, has a marker on his grave showing World War I veteran.

Note:

The published book Portrait and Biographical Record of Sheboygan County quotes his birth as January 18, 1889. However, according to the U.S. Army, in which Morris Cornelius lost his life during World War I, his age at time of death in August 1918, was 27 and 8/12 years. This would make his birth occuring in December of 1890. Because of this conflict, the records at the Veterans Administration office in Sheboygan were also checked and there it was found his birth date was recorded as January 19, 1980.

More About Morris Cornelius Vanderjagt:

Burial: Walvoord Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Wisc.

5. Peter (Pieter) Vanderjagt [9] (Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 22 Aug 1842 in Holland, and died 14 Aug 1927. He married (1) Susan Delizer 08 Sep 1864. She died Bef. 1876. He married (2) Tanny Dewitt Gainey 19 Mar 1877. She was born 18 Mar 1842, and died 31 Mar 1916.

Children of Peter Vanderjagt and Susan Delizer are:
23. i. Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [10], b. 01 Dec 1865; d. 28 Jan 1939.
24. ii. Joseph Vanderjagt, b. 29 Mar 1867; d. 09 Nov 1936.
iii. Martha (Maatje) Vanderjagt, b. 25 May 1869; d. 08 Jul 1932.

Children of Peter Vanderjagt and Tanny Gainey are:
25. iv. Anna Vanderjagt [10], b. 26 Dec 1877; d. 07 Jun 1957.
26. v. Minnie Vanderjagt, b. 30 Aug 1879; d. 21 Nov 1935.
27. vi. Cynthia Vanderjagt, b. 08 Sep 1881; d. 28 Nov 1932.

6. Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt [9] (Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt, Sr. [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 09 Jun 1845 in Burgh, Zeeland, NL, and died 09 Oct 1925 in Cedar Grove, Sheboygan, WI. She married John DeMaster 16 Feb 1866 in Town of Holland, Sheboygan, WI, son of Peter Demeester and Johanna Blanker. He was born 15 Oct 1844 in Terneuzen, Zeeland, NL, and died 21 Jun 1904 in Town of Holland, Sheboygan, Wisc.

Notes for Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt:

Family member say she was called Moonie

More About Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt:

Baptism: 11 Jun 1845
Burial: Presbyterian Cemetery, Town of Holland, Sheboygan Co. Wisc.

Notes for John DeMaster:

Name was Jan de Meester, before it was changed as John DeMaster see family histories under deMeester, Pieter, and Jan, etc.

More About John DeMaster:

Burial: Presbyterian Cemetery, Town of Holland, Sheboygan Co., Wisc.

Children of Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt and John DeMaster are:
28. i. Jennie "Jane" DeMaster [10], b. 15 Nov 1866; d. 15 Aug 1951.
29. ii. Cornelius DeMaster, b. 15 May 1869; d. 09 May 1933.
30. iii. Peter John DeMaster, b. 24 Jan 1876, Town of Holland, Wisconsin; d. 20 Jan 1957.
iv. John DeMaster, b. 14 Feb 1878; d. 02 Apr 1954; m. Katherina Huenink, 22 Jul 1903; b. 06 Nov 1875; d. 11 Mar 1961.

Generation No. 3

7. Martha Van Der Jagt [10] (Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 04 Sep 1857, and died 01 Oct 1942. She married Robert Hawley Ehaney 15 Dec 1874, son of Robert Ehaney and Eliza. He was born 31 Oct 1847, and died 31 Mar 1914.

More About Robert Hawley Ehaney:

Residence: 1880, Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States {20}

Children of Martha Jagt and Robert Ehaney are:

i. Robert H. Ehaney [11], b. 25 May 1876; d. 27 Dec 1923; m. Lulu Meyer, 21 Sep 1907; b. 31 Jul 1882.

More About Robert H. Ehaney:

Residence: 1920, Sheboygan Ward 2, Sheboygan, Wisconsin {21}

31. ii. Maurice C. Ehaney, b. 13 Aug 1878; d. 17 Oct 1950.
iii. Elmer B. Ehaney, b. 05 Dec 1880; d. 11 Nov 1885.
32. iv. Oscar E. Ehaney, b. 02 Oct 1886; d. 10 Sep 1961.
v. Ida M. Ehaney, b. 08 Jun 1889; m. Reuben T. Ehrlich; b. 20 Aug 1890.
vi. Viola Ehaney, b. 30 Apr 1898.

8. Anna Maria "Mary" Van Der Jagt [10] (Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 30 Sep 1860, and died 03 Oct 1926. She married Amus John Ver Strate 18 Nov 1879, son of David Strate and Petronella. He was born 19 Jan 1859, and died 22 Nov 1934.

Children of Anna Jagt and Amus Strate are:
33. i. David Ver Strate [11], b. 29 Oct 1880; d. 18 Sep 1961.
34. ii. Katherine Ver Strate, b. 19 Sep 1883; d. 08 Sep 1958.
35. iii. Pieternela "Nellie" Ver Strate, b. 11 May 1886; d. 16 Jul 1954.
36. iv. John Ver Strate, b. 22 Apr 1889; d. 22 Nov 1934.
37. v. Cornelius Ver Strate, b. 21 Apr 1892; d. 25 Jul 1953.
vi. Martha Cora Ver Strate, b. 09 Aug 1896.
vii. Edward Ver Strate, b. 07 Jul 1899; d. 18 Oct 1963.

9. Wilhelmine "Minnie" Vanderjagt [10] (Cornelius M. [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 1862, and died 20 Sep 1902. She married Edward Gollhardt 31 Aug 1882, son of Frederick Gollhardt and Minnie. He was born 09 Jun 1860, and died 1941.

Child of Wilhelmine Vanderjagt and Edward Gollhardt is:
38. i. Frederck Clarence Gollhardt [11], b. 15 Sep 1893.

10. Cornelius Van Der Jagt [10] (Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 27 Aug 1869, and died 29 Apr 1917. He married (1) Jennie Egging Albrecht. He married (2) Bertha Behl 15 Oct 1888.

Child of Cornelius Jagt and Bertha Behl is:
i. Rudolph Adolph Jagt [11], b. 04 Jun 1889.

11. Antonetta "Nettie" Van Der Jagt [10] (Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 10 Sep 1878. She married George Epping 31 Mar 1899.

Children of Antonetta Jagt and George Epping are:
i. Infant Daughter Epping [11], b. 18 Jul 1900; d. At birth.
ii. Cora Epping, b. 31 Jul 1903.
39. iii. Arthur Herbert Epping, b. 14 May 1907.

12.Jennie (Janna) Vanderjagt [10] (John [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 05 Oct 1867, and died 25 Mar 1939. She married James A. Sheehan 01 Jun 1891. He was born 01 Nov 1859, and died 10 Apr 1943.

More About Jennie (Janna) Vanderjagt:
Burial: 28 Mar 1939, Holy Cross Cemetery Block 176 Section B Lot 206 Grave 1

More About James A. Sheehan:
Burial: 14 Apr 1943, Holy Cross Cemetery Block 176 Section B Lot 206 Grave 2

Children of Jennie Vanderjagt and James Sheehan are:
40. i. Delia Sheehan [11], b. 18 May 1892.
41. ii. John Sheehan, b. 15 Oct 1893.
42. iii. James Sheehan, b. 31 Mar 1895.
43. iv. Lorretta Sheehan, b. 24 May 1898.
44. v. Edward Sheehan, b. 02 Jul 1900; d. 23 Aug 1960.
vi. Corneilous T. Sheehan, b. 28 Sep 1902.
vii. Kathleen Sheehan, b. 19 Oct 1904; m. Donald Goggin, 27 Oct 1923; b. 15 Aug 1902.

13. Martha (Maatje) Vanderjagt [10] (John [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 23 Dec 1870, and died 30 May 1915. She married Theodore Koning, Jr. He was born 16 Mar 1870, and died 01 Aug 1952.

Children of Martha Vanderjagt and Theodore Jr. are:
45. i. Nora Martha Koning [11]
ii. Harvey J. Koning
iii. Allen H. Koning
46. iv. John Willard Koning
47. v. Eugene Koning
vi. Elsie Josephine Koning

14. Peter (Pieter) Vanderjagt [10] (John [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 26 Oct 1871, and died 26 Apr 1937. He married Wilhelmina Abbink 26 Oct 1898. She was born 11 Oct 1875, and died 07 Apr 1951.

Children of Peter Vanderjagt and Wilhelmina Abbink are:
48. i. Erna Josephine Vanderjagt [11], b. 14 Oct 1901.
49. ii. Ervin Raymond Vanderjagt, b. 02 Feb 1906.
50. iii. Gerene Jennie Vanderjagt, b. 04 Jun 1911.

15. Sarah (Saartye) Vanderjagt [10] (John [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 17 Mar 1876, and died 12 Dec 1948. She married John Wm. Te Grotenhuis 30 Sep 1896. He was born 03 Sep 1862, and died 15 Oct 1941.

Children of Sarah Vanderjagt and John Grotenhuis are:
i. Leona J. Tegrotenhuis [11], b. 22 Oct 1897; d. 31 Aug 1898.
51. ii. Esther Antionette Tegrotenhuis, b. 09 Apr 1901.
iii. John William Te Grotenhuis, Jr., b. 05 Apr 1903; d. 15 Jun 1908.
52. iv. Lewis John Te Grotenhuis, b. 13 Jul 1908.
53. v. Marian J. Te Grotenhuis, b. 23 Jun 1912.

16. Josephine (Jozina) Vanderjagt [10] (John [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 22 Feb 1880, and died 20 Dec 1933. She married Edward Theune 18 Dec 1901. He was born 14 Mar 1875, and died 12 Sep 1952.

Children of Josephine Vanderjagt and Edward Theune are:
54. i. Mabel Theune [11], b. 28 Nov 1903.
55. ii. Pearl Theune, b. 19 Apr 1909.

17. John J. Vanderjagt [10] (John [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 12 Feb 1884 in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, and died 22 Aug 1950 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He married Priscilla Adreanna Landaal 03 Jun 1908 in Baldwin, Wisc. She was born 25 Apr 1886 in Wichita, Kansas, and died 29 May 1954 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About John J. Vanderjagt:
Residence: Sheboygan County, WI {22}

Notes for Priscilla Adreanna Landaal:

Grandma Van was adopted, she had siblings which she never located again. Grandpa VanderJagt hired detectives and others to help her locate them but she never again found her sisters or brother, not sure how many she had, but know they were separated when put in orphanage, and she was adopted by Mrs. Landaal they were very well off and provided a good home for her, but she always missed finding her siblings, and she died without finding them, this is sad but true.

Believe her natural father was a William Williams and he worked for the railroad out of Kansas City, Kansas, I have never been able to trace this either. {R. L.} We are not sure on this but there is some evidence that points to that information.

Below is information on my grandmother and her family or what I have from records that my grandfather had found.

There is a Postcard - addressed to Mrs. A. Winters Home of the Friendles - St. Paul
It is postmarked from St. Paul, Minnn at 6 P.M. Jan. 8

It reads: C & C Hospital

June 8th

Dear Mrs. Winters

Glad to hear from all at home - Her name is simply "Gertie" born April 25th 1886 - State of Kansas

I have signed the papers for Irene - Mrs. M. Williams

Note: This is City and county hospital where she is writing from, so she may have been dying, believe Irene is a sibling to my grandmother, she must have been named Gertie but her name was changed to Priscilla by her adopted mother. My grandmother and I shared a birthday April 25th so I am sure that was my grandmother she is referring to. This is the most important thing we have found.

Please note; Home of the Friendless became Amherst H. Wilder Foundation and this is referred to as the Wilder Residence East, 753 E. Seventh St. - St. Paul, Minn. - (612) 776-4107

I wrote for info. but was told a lot of old files were destroyed, never got any help from them.

Very important paper given to my grandfather by detective he had working to locate my grandmothers family, believe her mother was May Williams, and father was William Williams below is a copy of application for employment, it reads as follows:

Application for Employment
Oct. 25th, 1889
Mr. J. J. Ellis M. M.

I hereby apply for a situation as Engineer - my age is 35 years - Height - 5 feet 9 inches - l50 pounds
Previously employed from 1884 to 1889 as Engineer on the E. M. & St. P. railroad at St. Paul under J. O. Pettie and John Taylor as Engineer on the Eastern Minn. Railraod West superior under A. F. Preast

My employment in other than railroad service has been one year and six months for the Nicols & Shepard Engine Co. at Wymore, Nebr under G. Graft reason for leaving slack of business
Wifes name - May Williams
53 West 10th St.
St. Paul, Mnn
Parents - Fred Williams - Clay Center, Kansas
Name and residence of responsible persons who will vouch for my good character J. O. Pettie, M. M. Great Northern, Frank Lauder, K. H. Formena Chest st., A. F. Preast - Des Moines, Iowa
signed - Wm. Williams

Another paper - dated Mnpls Oct. 29, 1892
J. J. Ellis M. M.
Mrs. Williams is an aquaintance of several years and a good locomotive Engineer wishes a situation as such. I can recommend him as a man competent to fill the position in every way his references being all right. Yours Truly, James Jeffery

Another reads: Chicago Milwaukee Railway Co. - West Milwaukee, - Nov. 10, 1892
William Williams was engineer on our road from Nov. 1886 to Nov. 1889, when he left the service. We have nothing on record against him, and as far as our knowledge goes, he is alright.

Another reads: Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway - St. Paul, Minn - Mch. 31st, 1896
To Whom it may Concern:
This is to certify that the bearer, Wm. Williams, was employed as a locomotive engineer on the Northern Div. of this road, from Oct. 10th 1892 until June 29th, 1894 when he quit of his own accord.
He gave satisfaction while in our service.
J. J. Ellis - Master Mechanic

So it looks like May died and other than William being an Engineer on railroad have no idea what other children there were, how many, how old, or where they went, why he didn't keep them, maybe it was just two girls, not sure, Gertie which is probably my grandmother Priscilla, and Irene, she mentioned, my grandmother thought there were more. I just hope and pray one day I can find out the answers to these questions.

Important information found on the application for employment. Shows his age and description, also wife as May Williams and address of St. Paul also lists his parent as Fred Williams of Clay Center Kansas, these are very important clues to this family, still lots of work to be done here.

More About Priscilla Adreanna Landaal:
Adoption: Believe parents may have had last name of Williams

Marriage Notes for John Vanderjagt and Priscilla Landaal:
The wedding announcement says:

"Mrs. Priscilla G. Landaal announces the marriage of her daughter Priscilla Adreanna to Mr. John J. Vanderjagt on Wednesday the third of June nineteen hundred and eight Baldwin, Wisconsin"

The newspaper clipping reads:

A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mrs. G. Landaal, Wednesday at high noon, when her daughter, Priscilla, was united in marriage to Mr. John VanderJagt, Rev. Jongeneel officiating. The bride wore white embroidered net over white taffeta and carried brides' roses.

The bridesmaids were Miss Jennie Gysbers and Miss Josie DeMaster, cousin of the groom. The groomsmen were Audley Stronks and Matt DeMaster, cousin of the groom.

The bridesmaids were dressed in pink and white and carried pink carnations.

The house was prettily decorated in white and pink flowers.

Only near realatives were present.

Immediately after the ceremony a dainty dinner was served, afterwhich the happy couople for their wedding trip to Milwaukee, Sheboygan, and other places in the eastern part of the state, where they will remain for a month.

Their future home will be in Minneapolis.

The Bulletin joins with their many friends in extending congratulations.

Child of John Vanderjagt and Priscilla Landaal is:
56. i. Florence Priscilla Vanderjagt [11], b. 28 Jan 1911, Minneapolis, Minnesota; d. 22 Jan 1997, San Rafael, Calif.

18. Adolph Vanderjagt [10] (Leonard (Lendert) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 01 Jan 1873, and died 07 Feb 1957. He married Berendina "Delia" Abbink 03 Oct 1895.

Children of Adolph Vanderjagt and Berendina Abbink are:
i. Ellis Vanderjagt [11], b. 16 Feb 1898; m. Antionette Augustyn; b. 14 Jan 1899.
57. ii. Ruth Vanderjagt, b. 26 Jun 1902.

19. John L. Vanderjagt [10] (Leonard (Lendert) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 07 Apr 1874, and died 09 Jun 1949. He married Minnie Lemmenes 22 Mar 1905. She was born 08 Sep 1880, and died 28 Feb 1954.

Children of John Vanderjagt and Minnie Lemmenes are:
58. i. Jerome Vanderjagt [11], b. 26 Jun 1907; d. 17 Jan 1966.
ii. Irene Vanderjagt, b. 22 Aug 1911; m. HARRISON MOORE
59. iii. Marvin Vanderjagt
60. iv. Evelyn Vanderjagt

20. Henry Vanderjagt [10] (Leonard (Lendert) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 08 Oct 1875, and died 07 Aug 1935. He married Wilhelmina De Pagter 30 Jan 1901 in Holland Township. She was born 31 Jan 1879, and died 07 Sep 1941.

Notes for Henry Vanderjagt:
August 4, 2006

Received photo of Henry and Wilhelmina at time of their wedding. Also photo of their headstone.
Buried at: First Reformed Church Cemetery - Cedar Grove, Wisconsin

Got this from Ronda Van Der Jagt - wife of Todd R. Van Der Jagt - Dubuque, Iowa

She send me E-mail after seeing my info. on Roots.com and we have corresponded, I mailed her some photo's and papers and she is sending me her information.

Children of Henry Vanderjagt and Wilhelmina De Pagter are:
i. Leonard Vanderjagt [11], b. 07 Sep 1902; d. Sep 1984, Adell, Wisconsin; m. (1) Mildred Torke; b. 25 Sep 1908; d. 25 Mar 2004, Adell, Sheboygan Co., Wis; m. (2) Carrie Brummels, 16 Jun 1926; b. 03 Mar 1903; d. 23 Mar 1979.
61. ii. Raymond Rolland Vanderjagt, b. 31 Jul 1906, Holland Twshp., Sheboygan County, Wis; d. 30 Dec 1968, Sheboygan, Wisc.
62. iii. Edna Vanderjagt, b. 20 Jun 1911, Cedar Grove, Wis; d. 02 Jun 1967, Cedar Grove, Wis.
63. iv. Alice Vanderjagt, b. 13 Jan 1909; d. May 1981, Sheboygan Falls, Wisc.

21. Annette "Nettie" Vanderjagt [10] (Leonard (Lendert) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 15 Aug 1880, and died 25 Sep 1956. She married Will Damkot 14 Feb 1905. He was born 20 Jan 1878.

Children of Annette "Nettie" Vanderjagt and Will Damkot are:
i. Edwin Willis Damkot [11], b. 01 Jan 1906; d. 1908.
ii. Alice Damkot, b. 03 Feb 1909; d. 23 Jan 1964; m. (1) Nickolas Osternik; m. (2) Daniel Dornbush.
iii. Leona Damkot, m. Harry Vanderwa

22. Elmer Vanderjagt [10] (Leonard (Lendert) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 23 Apr 1885, and died 08 Jan 1960. He married Frances Huibregtse 07 Jun 1911. She was born 17 Aug 1889.

Children of Elmer Vanderjagt and Frances Huibregtse are:
64. i. Jeanette Vanderjagt [11]
65. ii. Lloyd Vanderjagt

23. Cornelius M. Vanderjagt [10] (Peter (Pieter) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 01 Dec 1865, and died 28 Jan 1939. He married Alma Schmidt 25 May 1892. She was born 14 Oct 1872, and died 03 Apr 1942.

Notes for Cornelius M. Vanderjagt:
Important note:

He changed the spelling of his family name to Vanderyacht

{Note: This is how it is pronounced} but still if you see this name and spelling it is probably a VanderJagt - R. L.

Children of Cornelius Vanderjagt and Alma Schmidt are:
66. i. Harvey Hugo Vanderyacht [11], b. 04 Aug 1895; d. 11 Mar 1951.
67. ii. Mildred Vanderyacht, b. 24 Jul 1898; d. 26 Dec 1961.

24. Joseph Vanderjagt [10] (Peter (Pieter) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 29 Mar 1867, and died 09 Nov 1936. He married Regina Olson. She was born 04 Mar 1870, and died 20 May 1967.

Child of Joseph Vanderjagt and Regina Olson is:
i. Earl Edgar Vanderjagt [11], b. 23 Feb 1894; d. 07 May 1961.

25. Anna Vanderjagt [10] (Peter (Pieter) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 26 Dec 1877, and died 07 Jun 1957. She married (1) John Ter Beest 17 Nov 1895. He was born 1870, and died 13 Feb 1917. She married (2) John Henry Peters, Jr. He was born 23 Aug 1923.

Children of Anna Vanderjagt and John Beest are:
68. i. Mabel Ter Beest [11], b. 09 Aug 1896; d. 27 Jan 1968.
69. ii. Mary Ter Beest
70. iii. Josephine Ter Beest

26. Minnie Vanderjagt [10] (Peter (Pieter) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 30 Aug 1879, and died 21 Nov 1935. She married John Vanden Berg 02 Nov 1898. He was born 02 Sep 1869.

Children of Minnie Vanderjagt and John Vanden Berg are:
71. i. Nellie Vanden Berg [11], b. 16 Oct 1899.
72. ii. Cora Vanden Berg, b. 24 Nov 1900.
iii. George Vanden Berg, b. 22 Feb 1903; d. 16 May 1941; m. Bernice Clemenson, 04 Nov 1926.
73. iv. John Jacob Vanden Berg, b. 14 Mar 1905.
v. Tina Vanden Berg, b. 22 Oct 1907; d. 26 Apr 1962; m. Raymond Timm, 29 Jul 1928; b. 01 Nov 1900; d. 09 Apr 1949.
74. vi. Eddie Independence Vanden Berg, b. 04 Jul 1908; d. 02 Apr 1955.
75. vii. Florence Vanden Berg
76. viii. Jeannette Vanden Berg
77. ix. Evelyn Vanden Berg
78. x. Earl Leslie Vanden Berg
79. xi. Arleen Laverne Vanden Berg, b. 30 Apr 1924; d. 01 Jan 1968.

27. Cynthia Vanderjagt [10] (Peter (Pieter) [9], Cornelius Manus [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 08 Sep 1881, and died 28 Nov 1932. She married URIAH HOLLE 08 Aug 1911.

Child of Cynthia Vanderjagt and Uriah Holle is:
i. Peter Holle [11]

28. Jennie "Jane" DeMaster [10] (Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt,Sr. [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 15 Nov 1866, and died 15 Aug 1951 in {unknown}. She married Hendrik Jon Huenink 03 May 1887. He was born 15 Oct 1863, and died 03 Oct 1945.

Children of Jennie DeMaster and Hendrik Huenink are:
80. i. Dirk William Huenink [11], b. 26 Feb 1888; d. 28 Aug 1963.
81. ii. Willamina Martha Huenink, b. 06 Apr 1890; d. 16 Apr 1959.
82. iii. Kathryn Huenink, b. 02 Jul 1893.
83. iv. Josephine (Josina) Huenink, b. 16 Sep 1895.

29. Cornelius DeMaster [10] (Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt, Sr. [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 15 May 1869, and died 09 May 1933. He married Gertrude Ten Pas 30 Jun 1890. She was born 18 May 1870, and died 05 Jul 1931.

Children of Cornelius DeMaster and Gertrude Pas are:
84. i. John Elmer DeMaster, [11] b. 31 May 1891; d. 24 May 1968.
85. ii. Anna Gezina DeMaster, b. 04 Mar 1893.
86. iii. Minnie DeMaster, b. 08 Jan 1896; d. 18 Apr 1958.
87. iv. Alice DeMaster, b. 23 Aug 1898.
88. v. Leona N. DeMaster, b. 16 Jun 1900; d. 11 Nov 1943.
89. vi. Evelyn DeMaster, b. 02 Jul 1905.

30. Peter John DeMaster [10] (Wilhelmina (Mina) Vanderjagt [9], Cornelius Manus Vanderjagt, Sr. [8], Cornelus Manusse Van Der Jagt [7], Jan Cornelisz Manusse [6], Cornelis Marinusse Manus [5], Marinus Janszoon Manus-Douw [4], Jan [3], Manus Jans Douw [2], Jan [1]) was born 24 Jan 1876 in Town of Holland, Wisconsin, and died 20 Jan 1957. He married Gezina E. Kolste 01 Apr 1903 in Cedar Grove, Wisc, daughter of Tonis Kolste and Gertrude Ramaker. She was born 24 Jun 1881 in Town of Holland, Wisconsin, and died 06 May 1951.

Notes for Gezina E. Kolste:
Known as Lena

This information provided to me by Mary Kathryn Risseeuw

Endnotes

1. Swierenga, Robert P, Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Swierenga, Robert P. Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: Various Ports. Copies of Lists of Passengers Arriving at Miscellaneous Ports on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and at Ports on the Great Lakes, 1820--1873. M575. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Baltimore, MD, 1820--1891. M255. National Archives, Washington, D.C.Boston, Massachusetts. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, MA, 1820--1891. M277. National Archives, Washington, D.C.New Orleans, Louisiana. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Orleans, LA, 1820- -1902. M259. National Archives, Washington, D.C.New York, New York. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1820--1897. M237. National Archives, Washington, D.C.Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, PA, 1800--1882. M425. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

2. Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Eighth Census of the United States, 1860. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1860.M653, 1,438 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, post office Cedar Grove, roll M653_1432, page 165, image 166.

3. Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Eighth Census of the United States, 1860. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1860.M653, 1,438 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, post office Cedar Grove, roll M653_1432, page 165, image 166.

4. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920.T625, 2,076 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED, roll, page, image 55.

5. Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900.T623, 1854 rolls. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED 55, roll T623 1818, page 6A.

6. Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003.Original data - 1870.

  • United States. Ninth Census of the United States, 1870. Washington, D.C. National Archives and Records Administration. M593, RG29, 1,761 rolls.
  • Minnesota. Minnesota Census Schedules for 1870. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T132, RG29, 13 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, post office Sheboygan Falls, roll 1740, page 76, image 152.

    7. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920.T625, 2,076 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED, roll, page, image 55.

    8. Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900.T623, 1854 rolls. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED 55, roll T623 1818, page 6A.

    9. National Archives and Records Administration, Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000, Online publication - National Archives and Records Administration. Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.Original data - General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, T288, 544 rolls.

    10. Swierenga, Robert P, Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Swierenga, Robert P. Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data -

  • Various Ports. Copies of Lists of Passengers Arriving at Miscellaneous Ports on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and at Ports on the Great Lakes, 1820--1873. M575. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Baltimore, MD, 1820--1891. M255. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Boston, Massachusetts. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, MA, 1820--1891. M277. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • New Orleans, Louisiana. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Orleans, LA, 1820--1902. M259. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • New York, New York. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1820--1897. M237. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, PA, 1800--1882. M425. National Archives, Washington, D.C..

    11. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920.T625, 2,076 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED, roll, page, image 55.

    12. Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003.Original data - 1870.

  • United States. Ninth Census of the United States, 1870. Washington, D.C. National Archives and Records Administration. M593, RG29, 1,761 rolls.
  • Minnesota. Minnesota Census Schedules for 1870. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T132, RG29, 13 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, post office Sheboygan Falls, roll 1740, page 76, image 152.

    13. Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page. Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910.T624, 1,178 rolls. Cedar Grove, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED, roll T624_1738, part, page.

    14. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. Reseburg, Clark, Wisconsin, ED, roll, page, image 1160.

    15. Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003.Original data - 1870.

  • United States. Ninth Census of the United States, 1870. Washington, D.C. National Archives and Records Administration. M593, RG29, 1,761 rolls.
  • Minnesota. Minnesota Census Schedules for 1870. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T132, RG29, 13 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, post office Sheboygan Falls, roll 1740, page 76, image 152.

    16. Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900.T623, 1854 rolls. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED 55, roll T623 1818, page 3B.

    17. Swierenga, Robert P, Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Swierenga, Robert P. Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data -

  • Various Ports. Copies of Lists of Passengers Arriving at Miscellaneous Ports on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and at Ports on the Great Lakes, 1820--1873. M575. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Baltimore, MD, 1820--1891. M255. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Boston, Massachusetts. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, MA, 1820--1891. M277. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • New Orleans, Louisiana. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Orleans, LA, 1820--1902. M259. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • New York, New York. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1820--1897. M237. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, PA, 1800--1882. M425. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

    18. Ancestry.com, 1890 Veterans Schedules, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1890 Veterans Schedules [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Special Schedules of the Eleventh Census (1890) Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1890. M123, 118 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED 213, roll 114, page 1.

    19. Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900.T623, 1854 rolls. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED 55, roll T623 1818, page 3B.

    20. Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1880 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1880.T9, 1,454 rolls. Holland, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED 203, roll T9_1447, page 44.1000, image.

    21. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920.T625, 2,076 rolls. Sheboygan Ward 2, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ED, roll, page, image 492.

    22. Wisconsin Census, 1820-90.


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