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Personal data Klaas Molenaar 


Ancestors (and descendant) of Klaas Molenaar

Klaas Molenaar
1856-????

1876

Grietje Zijp
1857-????


Household of Klaas Molenaar


Permission for the marriage has been obtained in Drechterland (Westwoud) (Noord Holland) on March 31, 1876.Source 1

He is married to Grietje Zijp on March 31, 1876 at Drechterland (Westwoud) (Noord Holland), he was 20 years old.Source 2

Child(ren):

  1. Neeltje Molenaar  1881-1881
  2. Trijntje Molenaar  1892-1892

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Sources

  1. Noord-Hollands Archief
  2. Huwelijksakte Toeg.nr. 358 Inv.nr. 135 Aktenr. 2

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Historical context


  • The temperature on March 31, 1876 was about 16.3 °C. The air pressure was 11 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the east-southeast. The airpressure was 75 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 57%. Source: KNMI
  • 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.
    • February 26 » Japan and Korea sign a treaty granting Japanese citizens extraterritoriality rights, opening three ports to Japanese trade, and ending Korea's status as a tributary state of Qing dynasty China.
    • June 4 » An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, via the First Transcontinental Railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after leaving New York City.
    • August 1 » Colorado is admitted as the 38th U.S. state.
    • September 7 » In Northfield, Minnesota, Jesse James and the James–Younger Gang attempt to rob the town's bank but are driven off by armed citizens.
    • November 23 » Corrupt Tammany Hall leader William Magear Tweed (better known as Boss Tweed) is delivered to authorities in New York City after being captured in Spain.
    • November 25 » American Indian Wars: In retaliation for the American defeat at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, United States Army troops sack the sleeping village of Cheyenne Chief Dull Knife at the headwaters of the Powder River.

    

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