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Futch nomeclature

Posted: 13 May 2013 4:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Could someone please let me know what the Enhlish
equivalents is for Rembertis and what the Ditch equivalent for Bertha is.....

Thanks

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 13 May 2013 4:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
oops, also need english equivalet of Remke.........

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 3:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Bob,

You didn't come up with the easiest names.... :)
Rembertis I can see changed to Bert or Remy or Ronny.

Bertha can be derived from Albertina, Bernadina, Berendje, Berendina, etc.

Remke may become Rhena.

But you know as well as I do that the possibilities are numerous, so there are probably tens of variations.

kind regards,
Marianne

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 12:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you very much for thy response Marianne
. It does help.
It seems everything I am dealing with lately involves a name change and a surname change.......Last name Stok to Stock, DE Haan to Haan..And the frust name ste all over the map.....Grtafus to Gary, etc...
Then when popke make family trees they naver make mention of the original Dutch name whiich is the crux of the whole thing and explains why they cant recover the names in Holland.
Hope you are doing well. Regards. Bib

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 12:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you very much for thy response Marianne
. It does help.
It seems everything I am dealing with lately involves a name change and a surname change.......Last name Stok to Stock, DE Haan to Haan..And the frust name ste all over the map.....Grtafus to Gary, etc...
Then when popke make family trees they naver make mention of the original Dutch name whiich is the crux of the whole thing and explains why they cant recover the names in Holland.
Hope you are doing well. Regards. Bib

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 12:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Grtafus to Gary, should have been Geradus to Gary

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 4:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Bob,

I'm fine, thanks for asking.... I find that with US immigrants there is a big dividing line between their USA lives and the "old" lives, including name changes/adaptions. And often their descendants don't even know the original names. It sure makes genealogical research very difficult sometimes..... But then again, that is also a challenge.

So if you encounter a brick wall, (with Dutch ancestors that is) just let me know. 2 sets of eyes see more than 1.

I hope you are fine as well.....

Groetjes,
Marianne

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 5:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
marianne

That which I am seeking is back in the age of patrynomics........I am looking for this fellows
parents.......

Jan Peters de Haan
Birth: 8 January 1769 -- Kloosterburen, Ulrum, Groningen, Netherlands
Death: 1835


He was married to the following and I have no desire to chase her

Remske Peters Bottema
Birth: 16 February 1770 -- Kloosterburen, Ulrum, Groningen, Netherlands
Death: 22 November 1829 -- Kloosterburen, Ulrum, Groningen, Netherlands

This is for a women in Canada who decended from the abv folks......Her line corssed the pond in 1848 and became Haan
Her G GF left Indiana in 1912 and went to Canada

La,nert Haan
Birth: Aug 1861, Indiana
Death: 1934
Burial: Provost, Alberta

She wants to determine how far back the line goes..
Canada, the country that has not even released the 1921 census yet, they have a 92 year rule.

Bob.....e mail rdpiet@aol.com


Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 5:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Bob,

According to his death certificate his parents were Jan Pieters and Anje Lubberts. I will try to find more info on them and perhaps get back another generation or two.

Marianne

Re: Futch nomeclature

Posted: 14 May 2013 5:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
I forgot, I had them also...........Forogt to include them.....sry. The trail ended there
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