The 1884 crossing makes a lot more sense than the 1877 that was noted on the 1900 census.
You are right, the couple Rientjes X Hertsenberg had a couple of children, amongst them Berendina Hendrika.
Here they are:
Hendrika Alida Hertsenberg (female), born Kortroelf, acknowledged at marriage parents
Born Avereest 30 Dec 1853 at 11.00 hrs
Married den Ham 11 Apr 1877 to:
Leonardus Johannes Rientjes (laborer)
Born Slagharen 08 mar 1853 at 05.00 hrs
Son of Johannes Rientjes and Hendrika Rientjes
1. Stillborn son
Vroomshoop 21 Mar 1878 at 10.00 hrs
2. Berendina Hendrika Rientjes (female)
Born Vroomshoop 02 Sep 1879 at 04.30 hrs
Died Vroomshoop 29 Dec 1879 at 02.00 hrs
3. Johannes Hendrikus Rientjes (male)
Born Vroomshoop 29 Oct 1880 at 15.00 hrs
4. Berendina Hendrika Rientjes (female)
Born Vroomshoop 28 July 1883 at 12.00 hrs
Bob made a great find yesterday!
He found a potential married name for Alberdina Hertsenberg (1872), but had no time to research it. In the 1900 census he found a George Corcoran, married to Dina (born Holland Oct 1871, immigration 1882) and children Teresa F and Leonard F.
So I pulled the marriage licence (which was the easy part) of George and Dina, and indeed it was Alberdina....
George F Corcoran and Dina Hertsenburg
Married Hamilton county, 11 Sep 1895 (probate court)
and 19 Sep 1895 (by a Catholic priest)
So now you have the whole family complete, including spouses, and thanks to Bob much additional info on their lives and deaths in the USA...
You may want to check ou the following site:http://www.probatect.org/courtrecordsarchive/bukcats.aspx
It has birth, marriage and death records and registrations of Hamilton County.
One more day to go and then you can enjoy some off time....