I am helping a friend with her Oldaker family research. She knows some of the Oldaker family she is researching, a family from England, lived in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in the mid-1830s.
I stumbled upon the text of a book with records for Utrecht for 1840, with deaths listed. I found the following in the section of the book for May (Mei) 1840 deaths (overlenden)
27 Mei - Marianne Oldaker, ongeh. [abbreviation for "ongehuwd"/"unmarried"], 23j. [does this mean 23 years old at death/23 jaar?], onder de Linden
Source: Google Books, Book title: Utrecht voorheen en thans, Volume 6, 1840. Page 56, Column 2
TinyURL link: http://tinyurl.com/kmerm54
1. I know "onder de Linden" means "under the Linden." Plus, I have seen it both as a Dutch surname/family name and a place name. Can anyone tell me what it means in this death record entry?
2. Is there a way I can find out the name of the deceased Marianne Oldaker's father and/or mother?
My thanks in advance for any help with this research. So far, I am not sure if the Marianne Oldaker in the Utrecht 1840 death record is one my friend is researching.