2 edition of family history of the 1847 Pella pioneers, Gerrit Hendrik and Isaac Overkamp found in the catalog.
family history of the 1847 Pella pioneers, Gerrit Hendrik and Isaac Overkamp
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Hendrine Kleinjan.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.O956 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||97226614|
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The Historic Pella Trust, established in , is a non-profit preservation group who helps to preserve Pella’s architectural resources so that future generations will continue to be enriched by the historic legacy of Pella’s Dutch heritage and culture. The Trust is dedicated to the preservation, protection and restoration of Pella’s architectural resources. Read Pella Chronicle Newspaper Archives from Pella, Iowa. Genealogy and family history records include: obituaries, births, & marriages.
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History of pella In the summer ofa company of immigrants from the Netherlands settled in Marion County, Iowa, on the divide between the Des Moines and Skunk Rivers. In their own country, they had been persecuted on account of religion, being dissenters from the state Reformed church, and so they called their new home Pella, the name.
Information from "A family history of the Pella Pioneers Gerrit Hendrik and Isaac Overkamp," by Hendrine Rozendal Kleinjan and available online through A very inspiring and well-researched story by a descendant.
His father died when he was very young. He and his brother were Gerrit Hendrik and Isaac Overkamp book by their mother who was a seamstress. A family history of the Pella pioneers: Gerrit Hendrik and Isaac Overkamp, by Hendrine Kleinjan, (electionic resource) Borrow it Toggle Dropdown BYU-INTERNET.
Both of these were men of ability and Christian character and for many yeas they were leaders in the civil and religious life of Pella. Overkamp died on the 10th of August,and Isaac Overkamp on the 21st of October, " (Souvenir History of Pella, Iowa, p.
33). Transcribed from Souvenir History of Pella, Iowa, pp. InHollanders made the long journey to Iowa from the Netherlands and founded the town of Pella. This fall, that story is being celebrated by the Pella Historical Society and Museums with A Place to Call Home, the latest children’s book published by the Write Place.
Written by Rachel Line of Wahpeton, North Dakota, and illustrated by Sallie DeReus of Pella, A Place to Call Home. History of Pella, Iowa: Family History Library Souvenir history of Pella, Iowa: this book contains a concise story of the founding and life of Pella, Iowa, with illustrations and short write-up of people and scenes that will be remembered by hundreds of present and former citizens, this piece of history starts with people and things.
Souvenir History of Pella Iowa Biography of Isaac Overkamp, page Children: Submitter Information: Date: Sun Sep 10 Name: Steven Lytwynec E-Mail Address: [email protected] Souvenir History of Pella.
This page lists links to pages of this book. The book is available online in pdf form. A pdf version is given below when there are images on. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "Souvenir history of Pella, Iowa: contains a concise story of the founding and life of Pella, Iowa" See other formats.
Pravendright, H. Huntsman and Isaac Overkamp were elected to prepare the charter, which was ordered by the County Court to be submitted to the voters at an election to be held on Aug At that election E.
Grafe, A. van Stigt and W. Ellis served as judges, and H. Hospers and Isaac Overkamp, as clerks. The Pella Public Library has a collection of local history, including family histories, yearbooks, cemetery records, and back issues of the Pella Chronicle on microfilm which can be found in the Heritage Room.
The Pella Genealogy Club generally meets at the library on the third Thursday of each month at a.m., with occasional meetings in the evening. Souvenir History of Pella, Iowa  Pella: Booster Press,  Horsen, van GerritHospers, Cornelis Hospers, de gelder J Hospers, John 58 Overkamp, G H, Mrs Overkamp, Isaac P.
Ploeg, ver Cornelius Porter, Joseph Vos Family Genealogy. Contributed by Paul Everett. For Vos Genealogy. Joseph's Branch Taken from "History of Pella", Pella, Iowa The leaders of the ship Maastroom were G.
Overcamp and Isaac Overcamp. Both of these were men of ability and Christian character and for many years they were leaders, in the civil and religious life of. History Book Club: Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War I.
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Free and open to the public. The story begins with their journey to Pella from the Netherlands, continuing with their settling and developing Pella and the surrounding area, through to present-day Pella and the area’s history that we celebrate today. The Society is a C3 non-profit with an annual membership of Guide to Pella County ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, parish registers, and military records.
6 Henry (Hendrik) Hosper s letters to Jan and Hendrika Hospers and other family members. From Pella, IA. In Dutch. Keyed to translations in Iowa Letters, with some additional translation. 7 Letters from Pella, from G.H. Overkamp, Naatje 18 46, ,File Size: KB. Pella was founded in when eight hundred Dutch immigrants led by Dominee (Rev) Hendrik (Henry) P.
Scholte settled the area. The name "Pella" is a reference to Pella in the Perea, where the Christians of Jerusalem had found refuge during the Roman-Jewish war of 70; the name was selected because the Dominee and the rest were also seeking religious : The family remained in St.
Louis until early inwhen they moved to Pella. At a very early age he joined his father in the carpenter shop and learned that trade. From his youth up he was a student and when his health unfitted him for the hard labor of carpenter work, he fitted himself by home study, for the profession of school teacher.
Budde family gravestone H.G. Overkamp Rev. Isaac N. Wyckoff Otto G. Heldring Netherlands Steamboat Company advertisement Rev. Betten A. Wigny Frans Le Cocq, Sr.
log cabin interior Peter Lubberden Jansje Wormser Uprising on the Dam, Amsterdam Map of Gorinchem region (Zuid Holland) Hendrik (Henry) Hospers Rotterdam harbor. The second and more important reason is because the book is a unique primary source on the founding and early history of Pella.
The Dutch American Historical Commission is a consortium of four West Michigan institutions--Hope College, Western Theological Seminary, Calvin College, and Calvin Theological Seminary. Genealogy of the Pelton family in America: being a record of the descendants of John Pelton who settled in Boston, Mass., aboutand died in Dorchester, Mass., January 23rd, by Pelton, Jeremiah M., Pages: By Ashley Rullestad.
Pella, an idyllic town in Marion County that is home to ab people, has a rich history of Dutch culture, starting with its settlement in by Dutch immigrants led by the Rev. Dominie Hendrik “Henry” P. Scholte.