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Personal data Trijntje Harmens (Trientje) Rozema 


Household of Trijntje Harmens (Trientje) Rozema

She is married to Karel Johan Hendrik Heeres Boonstra.

They got married about 1860.


Child(ren):

  1. Trientje Karels Boonstra  1863-1932
  2. Johanna Karels Boonstra  1865-????
  3. Harm Karels Boonstra  1868-???? 
  4. Heere Karels Boonstra  1870-1929
  5. Pieter Karels Boonstra  1872-1952 
  6. Marten Karels Boonstra  1875-???? 
  7. Carolina Karels Boonstra  1878-????
  8. Kindje Boonstra  1880-1880

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Historical context


  • The temperature on May 8, 1900 was about 12.8 °C. The airpressure was 75 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 96%. Source: KNMI
  • 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 July 27, 1897 to August 1, 1901 the cabinet Pierson, with Mr. N.G. Pierson (unie-liberaal) as prime minister.
  • In the year 1900: Source: Wikipedia
    • The Netherlands had about 5.1 million citizens.
    • March 13 » British forces occupy Bloemfontein, Orange Free State, during the Second Boer War.
    • March 16 » Sir Arthur Evans purchased the land around the ruins of Knossos, the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete.
    • March 18 » AFC Ajax Amsterdam, The Netherlands's biggest and most successful football club, was founded.
    • April 14 » The Exposition Universelle begins.
    • June 9 » Indian nationalist Birsa Munda dies of cholera in a British prison.
    • July 27 » Kaiser Wilhelm II makes a speech comparing Germans to Huns; for years afterwards, "Hun" would be a disparaging name for Germans.


Source: Wikipedia