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Ancestors (and descendant) of Jan Sneep

Jacob Sneep
± 1772-1839

Jan Sneep
1813-1879

1851

Lena Veerman
1829-????

Jacob Sneep
1852-1852
Leuntje Sneep
1853-1865
Adriana Sneep
1854-????
Jacob Sneep
1855-1918
Klaas Sneep
1856-1856
Ingetje Sneep
1857-1862
Klasina Sneep
1860-1860
Klaas Sneep
1862-????
Jan Sneep
1864-1864
Leuntje Sneep
1865-1865
Leuntje Sneep
1867-1869
Leuntje Sneep
1870-1911

Household of Jan Sneep

He is married to Lena Veerman on September 24, 1851 at Nieuw-Beijerland, Zuid Holland, Nederland, he was 38 years old.Source 3

Child(ren):

  1. Jacob Sneep  1852-1852
  2. Leuntje Sneep  1853-1865
  3. Adriana Sneep  1854-???? 
  4. Jacob Sneep  1855-1918
  5. Klaas Sneep  1856-1856
  6. Ingetje Sneep  1857-1862
  7. Klasina Sneep  1860-1860
  8. Klaas Sneep  1862-???? 
  9. Jan Sneep  1864-1864
  10. Leuntje Sneep  1865-1865
  11. Leuntje Sneep  1867-1869
  12. Leuntje Sneep  1870-1911

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Sources

  1. Stadsarchief Dordrecht, Nieuw-Beijerland: geboorteakte nr. 26
  2. Stadsarchief Dordrecht, Nieuw-Beijerland: overlijdensakte nr. 8
  3. Stadsarchief Dordrecht, Nieuw-Beijerland: huwelijksakte nr. 9

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Historical context (based on day of marriage September 24, 1851)