Sibling Greetje Berens' genealogy network f k a Emsland Buckwheat Farmers Immigration

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The publication Sibling Greetje Berens' genealogy network f k a Emsland Buckwheat Farmers Immigration has been compiled by (contact the author) and consists of 70,894 persons. Because of privacy, 1 persons are not made visible. More statistical information about the publication (like numbers and dispersion of genealogical events) can be found on the statistics page. This publication was last updated on Friday, February 9, 2024.


25-04-2023: Subproject II Family cards 1918-1936

Systematically browsing through more than 20,000 family cards at http://scans.alledrenten.nl/zoom/ to trace the place of residence Barger-Compascuum for the purposes of Local Heritage Book on Barger-Compascuum.

09-04-2023: Subproject I Family Cards 1918-1936 is finished!

I looked up governmental family cards of households in my file where both parents were born, lived or died in Barger-Compascuum. Family cards are only shown as a source of marriage if everyone born on the card died less than 100 years ago. No death found? Then possibly still alive. Deaths were found on https://www.online-begraafplaats.nl/ https://www.graftombe.nl/ https://mensenlinq.nl/overledensbericht/ https://www.online-familiebericht.nl/

01-03-2023: Obit Project is finished!

Obits are shown as a source of death, cremation or burial with a clickable thumbnail, e.g. Greetje Berens (1952-1972). Sources are shown at the bottum of each page, so please scroll:-)

More information on the obits project and all obits together can be found at
https://fjmblom.home.xs4all.nl/dutchconnection/bidprentjes-bargercompascuum.html
Prayer cards of people buried in the old cemetery in Barger-Compascuum can be found together at
https://fjmblom.home.xs4all.nl/images/bidprentjes-het-oude-kerkhof-barger-compascuum.html

More than 50,000 interrelated ancestors, all family viavia, mainly from the German Emsland, mostly Catholic and mostly farmers.

If you find your ancestors in my file, you should be able to click through to my sister Greetje Berens (1952-1972).
https://www.genealogieonline.nl/the-dutch-connection/I402.php
How? You can check this with the Geneanet Calculate Relationship via Shortest Route function:-)
https://gw.geneanet.org/dutchconnection_w?lang=nl&n=berens&oc=0&p=anna+margaretha+maria+greetje
Please try the Next Relationship link. Please let it go know if no relationship exists. There should be:-)

Statistics including bar chart Numbers of Genealogical Events can be found at
https://www.genealogieonline.nl/the-dutch-connection/tellingen.php

Do your ancestors also come from Rütenbrock or Wesuwe? Then I'm curious whether my 3 Local Heritage Books are of any use to you:
- Rütenbrock https://online-ofb.de/ruetenbrock/index.php?lang=nl
- Wesuwe https://online-ofb.de/wesuwe/index.php?lang=nl
The same data with partly different functionality can be found at https://www.genealogieonline.nl/populationsreconstruction-ortsfamilienbuch-rutenbrock and https://www.genealogieonline.nl/ofb-wesuwe/
- Barger-Compascuum https://www.genealogieonline.nl/ofb-barger-compascuum/

You can see my 1025 known direct ancestors in a Pro-Gen fan/pie chart. https://fjmblom.home.xs4all.nl/pbcircle.pdf

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Source field not empty: 45,724 of the 45,724 personal pages with 1 or more source references = 100% *
The number of errors in the inconsistency messages = 0 *
Broken links in sources = 0 *
Distribution of G
Genealogical Events: 1239 people with 131 ambiguous place names / 45,724 people = 2.7%->97%ok *

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