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Klaas (Nick) Dam m. Jannetje (Jenny) (Jennie) N. (Dam)

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Klaas (Nick) Dam m. Jannetje (Jenny) (Jennie) N. (Dam)

Chris Waalkes (View posts)
Posted: 27 Apr 2006 11:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: DAM
What a name to research <whew> Here is what I have so far:

Klaas (Nick) Dam
b. ABT 1881 (BET Jan-Apr)
Res: Sioux City, Woodbury County, IA for 1910/1920/1930 Census Immigrated: 18 Nov 1907 fm Holland headed to possible visit brother in Sioux City, Iowa
18 Nov 1907 - Ship Nieuw Amsterdam; Steerage class out of Rotterdam from Scheveninges, Holland headed to Sioux City Iowa (possibly brother living at 401 or 407 Iowa Street Sioux Falls Iowa; Occ: Cartwright; 5'5"
Mother: Widow A. Dam from a location in poss Delfts
Could not really read place of birth - Claarlauderson? Yaarlauderson?


Married: ABT 1903 Probably Scheveningen, Holland

Jennie (Jenny) N. (Dam)
b. ABT 1880 probably Schiedam
Immigrated: 20 Apr 1909 fm Holland headed to Sioux City, Iowa
806 Morgan St.

Possibly related to Joina Krourinsukgch (spelling) in Holland

20 Apr 1909 - Ryndam; Steerage class out of Rotterdam. Husband paid for her and two sons Gris(e) (4) red hair and blue eyes and Jacobs (2) brown hair; she was 5'3" brown hair and grey eyes. Husband living at 806 Morgan Street Sioux Falls Iowa.

Both came through Ellis Island.

My wife is related through their son John Dam born in Iowa.
Possibly related to Joina Krourinsukgch (spelling) in Holland
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Chris Waalkes 28 Apr 2006 5:55AM GMT 
Mary Hoatland 27 Dec 2009 12:32AM GMT 
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