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William Jabaay

Robert Jabaay (View posts)
Posted: 8 Oct 2000 8:18PM GMT
Hi looking for info on my Grandfather, William Jabaay, of Munster Indiana. Died in South Holland. Is in the city book of Munster. His father's name was Dingaman. His second wifes name was Hilda, his first wifes name I belive was Ida. He had 3 sons named Stanley, Earl, and George. Had 2 daughters named May and Ida.

Jabaaij/Jabaay

Posted: 15 Oct 2000 4:43AM GMT
Edited: 9 Mar 2006 9:57AM GMT
I am looking for our ancestors who migrated to the USA.The family Jabaaij, spelled also Jabaay, goes back to the year 1550. It is known somebody called Jabaaij and his cousin who was called Monster (Munster) migrated to Munster Indiana and that the town is called after the family Monster, they changed the name into Munster for obvious reasons.
I would like to get into contact with our american relatives.

William Jabaay

Peggy Beach (View posts)
Posted: 31 Oct 2000 9:21AM GMT
I am responding to Robert Jabaay posting. I believe you are my cousin. My grandfather was named William Jabaay. My father is Earl Jabay (nee Jabaay) who is the one of the three sons of William and Jenny Jabaay. I believe you are the son of Stan and Cac Jabaay of Grand Rapids MI. I have one sister named Jane. I believe the last time I saw you was in 1971. My father is alive and living in New Jersey and may be able to help with more information.

Town of Munster, Indiana

Nancy Broertjes (View posts)
Posted: 12 Dec 2000 4:09PM GMT
Dear Ank,
You might be interested to know that Munster was the original postmaster for the town. He lived near the railroad tracks and the train would know to "drop off the mail near Munster". They were referring to the man but the name stuck and that's how the town was named. He is buried at the cemetery in Lansing, Illinois also.

Dingeman Jabaay

Nancy Broertjes (View posts)
Posted: 12 Dec 2000 4:27PM GMT
Hello Robert,
Please contact me nancyb@mer.cioe.com. My great-grandmother was Dingena Jabaay, daughter of Arie Jabaay, son of Dingeman Jabaay who is buried at the corner of Burnham Avenue and Ridge Road. Each of Dingeman Jabaay's sons, Arie, Peter, and John, had a son named Dingeman.....Dingeman A., Dingeman P., and Dingeman J. Dingeman A. was listed on the cornerstone of the Munster Town Hall at the corner of Calumet Avenue and Ridge Road, in Munster, Indiana.

Re: William Jabaay

Cheri (View posts)
Posted: 22 Feb 2002 2:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Robert,
Do you know when your grandfather William Jabaay was born? I had a great uncle named William that lived in Munster. He was born in 1903.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Cheri Jabaay

Re: Jabaaij/Jabaay

Robert Jabaay (View posts)
Posted: 23 Apr 2002 4:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, you can get in touch with me at my email site. 1550 you say? All in the Netherlands?

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marvin metzger (View posts)
Posted: 27 Apr 2003 6:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
my mother was johanna jabaay munster in grandfather LEANORD JABAAY

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Diane Alfont (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jun 2003 12:24AM GMT

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darryl kooiman (View posts)
Posted: 19 Nov 2005 1:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
Do you have any data on the descendents of Dingamen A. Jabaay and Ida Flym? I would like to hear if you do.
Darryl
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