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|1||$ 46, SS Potsdam, Passage |
According to the passenger list of the SS Potsdam, the passage for Willem and Maatje was paid by their son Cornelis, who gave his address as: Box 537, Kalamazoo, Michigan. The passage for the three children, Adriana, Pieternella and Jozina was paid by a brother, presumably Elias. So it seems that Cornelis and Elias emigrated before their parents. The passengers list states that an amount of $ 46, was paid.
|2||25-06-1910, SS Potsdam, Passengerlist |
Passengerlist of the ship Potsdam, family of Willem Kloosterman arriving in New York on 25-06-1910.
Read also the history of the SS Potsdam.
|3||26-11-1892, SS Dubbeldam, Passengerlist |
Cornelis Kloosterman, together with his family emigrated to America in the year 1892.
He arrived in New York on the SS Dubbeldam, 26 november 1892.
Postcard send by my father in 25-08-1939 from Breda to his fiancee (my mother). When the Dutch Army mobilised in 1939 because of the war threat with Germany, he was drafted into the army as an infantry soldier and posted in Breda.
|5||Betrothal Cornelis Kloosterman, 1753|
Registration of the betrothal (2e marriage) of Cornelis Kloosterman and Jacomijntje Lambrechts Sincke in the marriage record of Biezelinge, October 19 1753.
|6||Betrothal Mattheus Kloosterman, 1639|
Registration of the betrothal (2e marriage) of Matheus Cloosterman and Neelken Dignis in the marriage recordbook of Yerseke in 1639
Birth Certificate of Leendert Kloosterman, made up 30-03-1824 in Heinkenszand.
Birth certificate of Leuntje Kloosterman, 27-10-1846, Ovezande.
|9||Book of Orphans 1642|
Book of Orphans, families from Kapelle-Biezelinge 1597-1673, Provincial Library Middelburg.
The orphan book listed the names of the fathers, mothers, children, and their guardians
Advertisement for the butchershop of Jacob Bastiaan Kloosterman in Goes, probably somewhere in the 1930's
Listing of the Kalamazoo County directory, 1915.
|12||Certificate of baptism, 1647|
Certificate of the baptism of Jan Mattheusz. Cloosterman December 4 1647, Kapelle-Biezelinge.
|13||Certificate of baptism, 1775|
Certificate of the baptism of Jan Cornelisz Kloosterman, March 12 1775
|14||Certificate of baptism, 1805|
Certificate of the baptism of Cornelis Jansz Kloosterman, March 17 1805, Nisse.
First Reformed Church record of Jacob Kloosterman, his wife Prijntje Boot and their children
|16||Conditions in Moulmein concentrationcamp|
During WWII Adriaan Kloosterman served with the infantery in the Dutch East Indies. He was taken prisoner by the Japanese army and send to Moulmein concentration camp in Birma.
|17||De Breede Watering|
Coat of arms of "De Breede Watering".
In zilver een golvende dwarsbalk van azuur en een hartschild van zilver met negen hermelijnstaarten van sabel, 5:4 en een schildhoofd van keel met een golvenden dwarsbalk van zilver."
Oorsprong/verklaring: Het hartschild is het wapen van Yerseke.
|18||de Regt, Coat of Arms |
Coat of Arms of the family "de Regt"
Death certificate of Leuntje Kloosterman, 14-08-1906, 's-Heer Abtskerke.
Death notification card of my father Adriaan Kloosterman, November 19, 2005, 22.15 PM.
|21||Death notification of my mother|
Death notification card of my mother Wilhelmina Kloosterman van Tol. She passed away February 3, 2006, 18.37 pm.
|22||Death of Pieter Kloosterman|
Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant van 31-01-1985 bij het overlijden van Pieter Kloosterman op 28-01-1985.
|23||Draftcard of Christiaan Kloosterman|
Draftcard of Christiaan Kloosterman, issued by the Lester Milham of the local County of Kalamazoo, Michigan USA on Sept. 12, 1918.
The age and birthyear are probably wrong (1879 in stead of 1877).
On May 18, 1917, the Selective Service Act was passed, allowing President Woodrow Wilson to temporarily increase the size of the military forces in the U. S. Local draft boards were established to register, evaluate and induct men. Every physically able man was being considered for service by 1918. The 1918 draft registration cards asked for nearest kin and the the September 12th, 1918 draft cards contain boxes to check for race: White, Negro, Oriental, and Indian citizen or Non-citizen. Not all men who registered for the draft served in the military. Some were not called, others were called up, but soon sent home from training camp due to lack of physical fitness, as related in newspaper articles from the time. Men who had volunteered for military service did not register for the draft. Likewise, a few tried to evade the draft registrations altogether.
Source: Pamela Rasfeld, Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County.
Poster published in "Plaatwerk" of the EMF in Dordrecht. My father Adriaan worked there more than 40 years and was a skilled metalworker and a highly trained electro technical mechanic, building big electrical motors.
My fathers jubilee, 10-05-1958
He received a golden Omega watch from the director of the plant mr. Jimmink.
Second picture of the right, top of the article. The last page of the article is missing.
|26||First Reformed Church record|
First Reformed Church record of the joining of Cornelis van Dijke and his wife Klasina (Clara) Kloosterman by confession in March 1878.
|27||Grandpa's last letter|
This is the last letter my grandfather wrote to me on 24-07-1972. Is was 4 weeks earlier that his wife Anna had died after 59 years of marriage. One week later on 01-08-1972 he decided to end his own life, so that he could join his Anna again.
"The heart asks, why? But the answer is blowing in the wind".
So, read also Grandpa's Death
|28||Horse sale ruling|
Judge Faling makes a horse sale ruling, may 1913.
|29||Identity card WW II|
Identity card of my mother issued by the Germans in occupied Holland during WW II, dated 04-11-1941.
|30||Identity card, WW II|
Identity Card (Persoonsbewijs) of my father Adriaan Kloosterman, issued by the Germans in occupied Holland during WW II, dated 15-10-1941.
Inheritance of Maarten Kloosterman, consisting of half of the house nr. 42 Heinkenszand
|32||Johanna Bosselaar's, Identity Card|
Identity Card of my grandmother (Johanna Bosselaar), issued 11-01-1966
|33||Johanna Bosselaar's, Passport|
My grandmothers (Johanna Bosselaar) passport, issued 24-05-1955
|34||Life insurance, 1917|
Life insurance on the life of my father, issued December 27 1917. Purchased by my grandfather, 10 days after the birth of my father. The weekly premium cost was 2 cts. per week. The insurance company promised to pay to the beneficiaries a sum of f. 50,- ($ 25,-) after 25 years.
|35||Life insurance, 1920|
Life insurance on the life of my mother, issued March 8, 1920. Purchased by my grandfather Kleis van Tol, 2 weeks after the birth of my mother. The weekly premium cost was 6 cts. per week. The insurance company promised to pay to her parents a sum of f. 100,- ($ 50,-) after her death.
|36||Maria Jeleyntje Kloosterman|
Rouwadvertentie van Maria Jeleyntje Kloosterman, echtgenote van Leendert Laurens Gerard Bom
Marriage act of Cornelis Kloosterman and Dina Vette.
|38||Marriage certificate, 1942|
Marriage certificate of my parents, July 2, 1942.
Marriage Licence of Kleis van Tol and Pieternella Verveer
Marriage License of Adriaan Bosselaar and Willemina Wielemaker
Marriage License of Adriaan Bosselaar en Willemina Wielemaker with the names of the children.
Marriage License of my grandfather Cornelis Kloosterman and Johanna Bosselaar
|43||Medical registration certificate|
Medical registration certificate, issued to Cornelis Kloosterman, October 19 1973, by the medical registration board of the Erasmus University, Rotterdam.
Borderel van hypothekaire inschuld. Tegen en ten laste van Cornelis van den Boomgaard, vrachtrijder en landman en zijne echtgenote Francisca de Dreu, beide wonende te Biezelinge, gemeente Kappelle, arrondissement Goes, voornoemd hoofdelijke schuldenaren
|45||Obituary Adriaan Kloosterman|
Obituary of Adriaan Kloosterman, from the Kalamazoo gazette of 02-09-1940
|46||Obituary Christiaan Kloosterman|
Obituary of Christiaan Kloosterman, from the Kalamazoo gazette of 10-03-1943
|47||Obituary Cora Noordenbos-Kloosterman|
Obituary of Cornelia AdriaantjeKloosterman, the wife of Hilke Cornelis Noordenbos in the Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant 28-09-2005.
Public sale (13-12-1907) of the house of Cornelis Kloosterman. The house was located 1 mile north of Peoria.
Source: Pella's Journal
|49||Ravekes, Coat of Arms |
Coat of Arms of the line of Gerrit Jan Ravekes. He descended from German Nobility in Hannover.
|50||Registration of baptism, 1597|
Registration of baptism on the first page of the oldest register of baptism in Kapelle-Biezelinge, dated April 6 1597.
The text translates as: "April 5, Biezelinge, baptised a child of Cornelis Jansse opt Clooster, procreated by Cateline Mateus,
the child was named Matheus, witnesses none".