Huisman Jann B.[1]

männlich 1858 - 1948  (90 Jahre)Deceased


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  • Name Huisman Jann B. 
    Geboren 1858 
    Geschlecht männlich 
    Alias John 
    Gestorben 1948 
    Alter 90 Jahre 
    Personen-Kennung I2652  Ahnen
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 28 Januar 2017 

    Vater Huismann Meint Janssen,   geb. 19 Mai 1829, Simonswolde Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 28 November 1901, Grundy, Iowa Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 72 Jahre) 
    Mutter Wortelke Elske Harms,   geb. 30 April 1821, Hatzum Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 5 April 1904, Grundy Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 82 Jahre) 
    Verheiratet 2 Dezember 1855  Tergast Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Familien-Kennung F1256  Familienblatt

  • Notizen 

    • Three Members of Huisman Family Married 172 Years

      Wellsburg, Ia.--A total of 172 years of married life is the record attained by three members of the Huisman family, early residents of Grundy county. Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Huisman of Wellsburg, are celebrating their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary; in May Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisman of Bridgewater, S. D., will observe their fifty-seventh wedding anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. John Tjaden of Wellsburg will celebrate their fifty-seventh wedding date in June.

      J. B. Huisman and Harm Huisman are brothers, and Mrs. Tjaden is their sister.

      All three couples were early residents in Grundy county, and all three marriages were performed in Wellsburg. The three couples spent the first few years of their married life in Wellsburg, and 35 years ago the Harm Huisman family moved to South Dakota.

      The J. B. Huismans are celebrating their anniversary as their children gather at the family home during the afternoon and evening. Mr. Huisman is 82 years old, and Mrs. Huisman is 78. Both are in good health.

      They are the parents of six children: Mrs. Renke Renken of Aplington, Mrs. Jack Fischer, Mrs. Earl Greany and Frank Huisman, all of Wellsburg, and Mrs. C. H. Evans of Leon. The oldest son, Meinet, died a few years ago.

      Harm Huisman is a year and a half younger than his brother, John. They are the parents of ten living children, including Mrs. Dick Miller of Ackley; Mrs. Lena Benning of Iowa Falls; Bertha, who lives in Idaho; Meint, Ed, John, Mrs. Jennie Witt, Mrs. Anna Witt and Mrs. Dorothy Detterman, all living in South Dakota, and Fred, who resides in Washington.

      The youngest of the family trio is Mrs. Tjaden, who is 75 years old. She has spent practically all her life in Wellsburg and vicinity.

      The Tjadens have six children, all of whom live around this community. They are Mrs. Ben Peters, Mrs. Albert Meyer, Meint, Otta and Pearl, all of Wellsburg, and Mrs. S. L. Dilley of Aplington.

      --Waterloo Daily Courier (Waterloo, Iowa), 21 March 1941

    • Meint Huisman Wellsburg Stock Breeder Is Dead

      Death Came Monday Afternoon At Iowa Falls Hospital; He Was Sick But A Few Days With Flu.

      Meint J. Huisman, well known throughout central Iowa as a successful stock breeder, died at Ellsworth hospital, Iowa Falls, at 3 'clock Monday afternoon. Intestinal flu was the cause. He was confined to his home but a few days. A week before his death he was attending the business matters in town. His condition was not regarded as serious until Sunday when a doctor attended him. The doctor the next morning advised that he be taken to the hospital and he was removed to Iowa Falls in the forenoon. The end came for him a few hours later.

      Mr. Huisman was 48 years old. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Huisman. He was born on the Huisman farm three miles north of Wellsburg and resided there all of his life. After his parents moved to Wellsburg, Meint remained on the home farm and operated the place in partnership with his father. The Huisman farm has for years been known among cattle breeders in central Iowa as an outstanding stock farm.

      The Huisman herd of Shorthorn cattle was widely known throughout the state. The herd was established by the elder Huisman and during the past twenty years it had been continued by the son, who proved his worth as a stockman when he carried this herd of purebreds through the bad times when so many similar herds went under the hammer. The Huisman herds for years were shown at central Iowa fairs and they brought home their share of blue ribbons each season.

      Leaves Large Family

      Mr. Huisman is survived by his widow, six sons and one daughter, all of whom are at home. The sons are Herbert, Eugene, Lester, Eldon, Ralph and Mayo. The daughter's name is Wanda. All of the children are at home. Other surviving relatives are his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Huisman, four sisters and one brother. The sisters are Mrs. Earl Greany and Mrs. Jack Fischer from Wellsburg, Mrs. R. H. Renken of Pleasant Valley township and Mrs. C. H. Evans of Decatur, Iowa. The brother, Frank, resides at Wellsburg.

      Funeral services will be at Wellsburg Thursday afternoon.

      --newspaper clipping, source unknown
    • Alter: Juni 1880 (Census) ist er 21 Jahre. Also geboren 1858/9.
      Sein Bruder Hermann ist 20 Jahre, also geboren 1859/1860. Da er erst nach dem Tag des Census Geburtstag hat, lautet das Geburtsjahr 1859.

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    1. [S3] Internet.
      http://trees.ancestry.de/tree/58620280/person/30039818632?ssrc=