Personal data Arie Tibout
- He was born on July 28, 1849 in Haamstede (Gem. Schouwen-Duiveland) (Zeeland) Nederland.Source 1
- Profession: Arbeider.
- He died on December 10, 1920 in Haamstede (Gem. Schouwen-Duiveland) (Zeeland) Nederland, he was 71 years old.Source 2
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He is married to Willemina Kloet on May 25, 1876 at Haamstede (Gem. Schouwen-Duiveland) (Zeeland) Nederland, he was 26 years old.Source 3
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Historical context (based on day of marriage May 25, 1876)
- The temperature on May 25, 1876 was about 7.2 °C. There was 11 mm of rain. The air pressure was 1 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the north-northwest. The airpressure was 75 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 79%. Source: KNMI (weather station Utrecht/The Netherlands)
- Koning Willem III (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1849 till 1890 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
- From August 27, 1874 till November 3, 1877 the Netherlands had a cabinet Heemskerk - Van Lijnden van Sandenburg with the prime ministers Mr. J. Heemskerk Azn. (conservatief) and Mr. C.Th. baron Van Lijnden van Sandenburg (AR).
- In the year 1876: Source: Wikipedia
- The Netherlands had about 4.0 million citizens.
- An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, California, via the First Transcontinental Railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after leaving New York City.
- Ottoman sultan Abd-ul-Aziz is deposed and succeeded by his nephew Murat V.
- Alexander Graham Bell applies for a patent for the telephone, as does Elisha Gray.