Personal data Everdina Koelewijn
- She was born on April 4, 1894 in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Nederland.
akte 1956; R'dam 1894 d092v
- Religion: Nederlands Hervormd.
- She died on April 9, 1988 in Schiedam, Zuid-Holland, Nederland, she was 94 years old.
- She is buried on April 13, 1988 in Schiedam, Zuid-Holland, Nederland.
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She is married to Otto Baerveldt on October 6, 1915 at Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Nederland, she was 21 years old.
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Historical context (based on day of marriage October 6, 1915)
- The temperature on October 6, 1915 was between 5.8 °C and 13.6 °C and averaged 9.0 °C. There was 0.1 mm of rain. There was 0.6 hours of sunshine (5%). The average windspeed was 2 Bft (weak wind) and was prevailing from the east-northeast. Source: KNMI (weather station De Bilt/The Netherlands)
- 'Koningin Wilhelmina' (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1890 till 1948 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as ' Koninkrijk der Nederlanden')
- In The Netherlands , there was from August 29, 1913 to September 9, 1918 the cabinet Cort van der Linden, with Mr. P.W.A. Cort van der Linden (liberaal) as prime minister.
- In the year 1915: Source: Wikipedia
- The Netherlands had about 6 million citizens.
- Georges Claude patents the neon discharge tube for use in advertising.
- The Pennsylvania Railroad begins electrified commuter rail service between Paoli and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, using overhead AC trolley wires for power.
- Henry James became a British citizen, to dramatize his commitment to England during the first World War.