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Johanna van de Watering in The Hague

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Re: Johanna van de Watering in The Hague

Posted: 15 Jul 2013 1:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 Jul 2013 2:30PM GMT
Hello

The name van de Watering is much there.
I found a Johanna van de Waatering that also could be her.
It's very well possible that she remarried after the dead of her husband, because he died so young (no, that doesn't mean she alredy died, when he was burried)
This Johanna was born about 1755 , names of her parents below:

Overledene:
Johanna van de Waatering
Geslacht:
Vrouw
Leeftijd:
59
Vader:
Simon van de Waatering
Moeder:
Hester Helena van Kempen
Relatie:
Hendrik de Wit
Relatiesoort:
Echtgenote
Gebeurtenis:
Overlijden
Datum:
zaterdag 19 maart 1814
Plaats:
Den Haag

- I just looked up this death record, but it seems another one: this Johanna was born in Scheveningen , nothing is mentioned about a former marriage (no widow or so)

Joanna van de Watering and Cornelis Hagendoorn had a daughter Pieternella Joanna Hagendoorn, who died in The Hague at age of 65 on 31 januari 1842 (record on 3 feb. 1842)and was married to Jan Pieter Spronk

regards, Jettie
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
bm335 5 Jun 2013 6:30PM GMT 
jettie61 15 Jul 2013 7:51PM GMT 
bm335 18 Jul 2013 8:07PM GMT 
jettie61 19 Jul 2013 4:46PM GMT 
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