Niemantsverdriet, Arie 1816-1899 wife Ingetje Zevenbergen
NIEMANTSVERDRIET, ZEVENBERGEN, SLIKKERVEER
Posted By: Wilma J. Vande Berg (email)
Date: 10/13/2018 at 09:14:28
Biography of Arie Niemantsverdriet and wife nee' Ingetje Zevenbergen , 1st marriage Slikkerveer
They were of the old settlers who came to Sioux County from Pella Iowa early 1870s.
No picture found of this couple.
1870 census of Richland, Mahaska County IA
A Niemantsverdiret age 54 born Holland, a farmer , wife Engte N. born abt 1816 Holland,
Children - 1. Gertrude Niemansverdriet age 20 born Holland single 2. Leendert N… son age 16 born Holland farm laborer. 3. Peter N… son age 8 born about 1862 also living with them was Henry Niemantsverdreit age 78 Holland Father of Arie
Niemantsverdriet, Ingetje nee’ Zevenbergen born 4 Aug 1816 died 15 Nov 1884 wife of A. age 68 years buried in West Lawn Cemetery Orange City IA.
Note: From ancestry.com (done by others) Arij Niemantsverdriet born Nov 10, 1816 in Charlois South Holland married Ingetje Zevenbergen born Aug 5, 1816 Charlois, Jun 8, 1849 in Iijsselmonde South Holland Neth. He died Feb 26, 1899 in Orange City IA. She died Nov 15, 1884 Orange City, Iowa. Children; Peter Niemantsverdriet; Leendert A. Niemantsverdriet, and also Gertrud (Mrs. C. Maris)
De Volksvirend of Thursday Nov 20, 1884 Attempted translation:
Died near Maurice on 15 Nov 1884, Engetje Niemandsverdriet nee’ Zevenbergen. The deceased was the wife of Mr. A. Niemantsverdriet, she came just about twelve years ago from Pella to Sioux County she reached the age of more than 68 years, but suffered since long time from the repossession of intellectual faculties. So that finally her condition was helpless by the doctors and had to be nursed. In addition to her husband, her death was mourned by her son from the her first marriage Mr. H. Slikkerveer, and by two sons and a daughter from the last marriage, Leendert and Pieter Neimantsverdriet and the Mrs. Cs. Maris all in our Colony reside. The Funeral took place on Monday at 17 hours buried in the cemetery in Orange City.
From the site www.wiewaswie.nl Leendert Slikkerveer born at Ijsselmonde age 42 son of Hendrik Slikkereer and Neeltje de Beer married Ingetje Zevenbergen born Charlois ZH Neth age 26, daughter of Leendert Zebenbergen and Geertje Lems, married on 1 Jun 1843 at Ijsselmonde, Zuid Holland, Netherlands .
Children: Hendrik Slikkerveer born 31 Jan 1844 Ijsselmonde ZH. To Leendert and Ingetje Slikkerveer.
Child Slikkerveer born 1 mar 1848 died;
Gruitrui Niemantsverdriet born 1850 Barondrecht Zuid Holland Neth. Daughter of Arie and Ingetje.
Leendert Niemansverdriet born 10 Aug 1853 at Ijsselmonde ZH Neth to Arie Niemantsverdriet and Ingetje Zevenbergen. Pieter Niemantsverdriet born 1861-1938 son of Arie and Ingetje
Deaths of both of Ingetje's husbands :
Niemantsverdriet, Arie born 10 Nov 1816 died 26 Feb 1899 buried in West Lawn cemetery Orange City .
Leendert Slikkerveer died at 46 years and 9 months on 10 Feb 1848 at Ijsselmonde ZH Neth.
Note: From ancestry.com (done by others) Arij Niemantsverdriet born Nov 10, 1816 in Charlois South Holland married Ingetje Zevenbergen born Aug 5, 1816 Charlois, Jun 8, 1849 in Iijsselmonde South Holland Neth. He died Feb 26, 1899 in Orange City IA. She died Nov 15, 1884 Orange City, Iowa. Children; Peter Niemantsverdriet; Leendert A. Niemantsverdriet, also Gertrude Mrs. Maris.
De Volksvriend March 2, 1899 (attempted translation)
The old Mr. A. (Arie) Niemantsverdriet died Sunday evening in the hope of exchange of life, the temporary with the Eternal. The religious service at the church was Tuesday afternoon, was led by Ds. Kolyn. The deceased was born in Barendrecht, Z. H. 10 Nov 1816. He entered 8 Jun 1849 in marriage with the widow Slikkerveer, Geb. Zevenbergen. In 1857, They left for America and trekked to Pella Iowa. In the spring of 1871 they moved here. So belonged the members of the pioneers of Sioux County. His wife lost by death Nov. 15, 1884, aged 68 Years. Mr. N. leaves : Mrs. C. Maris, L. & P. Niemantsverdriet, and H. Slikkerveer. He was grandfather of 26 and great-grandfather of 8 Children.
Note: From a report on ancestry.com (by others) Arie Niemantsverdriet was born Nov 10, 1816 in Charlois Zuid Holland Netherlands son of Hendrik N. and Geertruij Visser . He was married to Ingetje Anna Zevenberen Slikkerveer on 8 Jun 1849 in Ijsselmonde Zuid Holland. He died Feb 26, 1899 in Orange City IA. His wife Ingetje Anna Zevenbergen, first married to a Slikkerveer, was born August 4, 1816 in Charlois Zuid Holland, She died Nov 15, 1884 in Orange City. She was married at age 26 to Leendert Slikkerveer age 42 at Ijsselmonde ZH on 1 June 1843. She was the daughter of Leendert Zevenbergen and Geertje Lems.
The daughter of Arie and Ingetje.
Mrs. Cornelius Maris, pioneer resident of Orange City, passed away Sunday, April 26,1936 at 2:15 o'clock in the morning. Mrs. Maris, nee Geertrude Niemantsverdriet, was born in Barendregt, South Holland, Netherlands on March 5, 1850. She came to American with her parents at the age of 7 years. They made the trip on the first steamboat to cross the ocean, the journey taking three weeks. The family made their home in Pella.
She was married to Cornelius Maris on December 6, 1870. In the spring of 1871, they journeyed to Sioux County, homesteading 5 miles west and 1 mile south of Orange City. After a few years they bought the farm on the southwest edge of Orange City and moved there. Since Le Mars was the nearest town all the necessities were hauled by team and wagon or on horseback. The community was made up of happy, hard-working young folks who were beginning life on the prairies. Mrs. Maris always was self-sacrificing and helped and encouraged her neighbors and friends.
In 1899, Mr. and Mrs. Maris with their family moved to Orange City and there spent the remaining years with the exception of one year which they spent in Washington and Oregon. After the death of Mr. Maris, May 5, 1924, Mrs. Maris continued living in her home. Although advanced in years and rather frail she continued in good health until 16 months ago when she took to her bed. Although bedridden since, she never complained.
Surviving are the following children: Anne, Mrs. Herman Vander Wilt of Sioux Center; Arie of Grover, Colo.; Nettie, Mrs. W. A. Vander Wilt of Sheldon; Hubert of Boyden; Gertrude, Mrs. Charles L. Dyke, of Orange City; Cora, Mrs. John Eerkes of Orange City; Dr. Gerrit of Hull; Henrietta, Mrs. L. Draayom of Hospers; John of Rock Rapids; Dr. William of Sioux Center; Esther, Mrs. Gerrit Draayom of Melvin. She is also survived by 23 grand children and 22 great grand children.
Funeral services were held Tuesday in the home at 1:30 and in the American Reformed church at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Bert Brouwer was in charge of the services. Interment was made in the Orange City cemetery.
Source: Sioux County Capital, April 30, 1936.
Son of Arie and Ingetje
Leendert Niemantsverdriet 10 Aug 1853- 31 Aug 1912 Pella IA
When Leendert A Niemantsverdriet was born on August 10, 1853, in Netherlands, his father, Arie, was 36 and his mother, Ingetje, was 37. He married Hanna J Ludens on December 1, 1876, in Plymouth, Iowa. They had nine children in 18 years. He died on August 31, 1912, at the age of 59, and was buried in Pella, Iowa. Children: Arie 1877, Jacob 1879, Engetje 1880, Pieternella 1884, Leendert 1886, Johanna 1888, Asa 1891, Seth 1893, Uny 1896.
Source: Sioux County Capital, April 30, 1936.
The obituary includes a photograph.
The Sioux County Cemetery Index spells her forename Geertrui.
Son of Arie and Ingetje
Source: Alton Democrat (4-22-1938)
Born: September 1861 Died: April 14, 1938
Peter Niemantsverdriet, a resident of Sioux County for the past 50 years, died at his home Thursday morning, April 14, at the age of 76 years and 8 months, after a brief illness of just a few days.
Mr. Niemantsverdriet was born on a farm near Pella, Iowa in August 1861, and spent his early life until he grew to manhood with his parents there. He came to Sioux County in 1888, at the age of 26, and since that time has been a resident of this community. He has been a member of the First Reformed Church of Maurice for many years.
Surviving are his widow, Hattie (Koster) Niemantsverdriet; one daughter, Mrs. Henry Kooi, of Orange City and one son, Henry of Maurice. He leaves one grandchild, Mrs. Reverend Nyhoff of Litchfield, North Dakota, and two great- grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in the First Reformed Church Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. with Reverend Roggen, pastor of the First Reformed Church officiating. Burial was made in the Orange City Cemetery.
First born child of Ingetje and first husband Leendert Slikkerveer :
Henry Slikkerveer born 31 Jan 1844 died 13 Nov 1917 West Lawn cemetery Orange City IA.
From and account on ancestry.com (done by others) Hendrik ‘Henry’ Slikkerveer was born Jan 31, 1844 He married Antonia Klein on Feb 27, 1866 in Mahaske Iowa. He died November 13, 1917 in Orange City IA at the age of 73 and was buried there.
DeVolksvriend of Thursday Nov 15, 1917
After a period of time, and sometimes sorrowful, to have suffered from cancer( kauker), Mr. H. Slikkerveer, Monday night at 1 pm the 13th Nov is dead in the old age of 73 years, 9 months and 13 days. He was born on 31 Jan, 1844 in South Holland Netherlands and came in July of the year 1857 with his parents to America. The family settled at Pella, where he married the 17 Feb 1865 with Miss Antonia Klein, who preceded him 2 years ago. The couple lived the first 6 years of after wedding at Pella and moved to Sioux County in 1871 and settled on a farm near Maurice, where they lived for several years, moving from there to Orange City and have been living there since. The deceased was here many years and was involved in the community, as well as member of the school board. In an award-winning manner, he has proved our place. After the death of his wife surviving are the Children, Child born and died 1867, Child born and died 1869,Child born and died 1870, Jennie Mrs. Cornelis Schalekamp born 1873, Leonard 1874 – 1957, Antonie Arie 1881-1960, Annie 1883, Henry born 1894 -1944, there were several more infants that died.
A brother of Arie, Leendert Niemantsverdriet came to Sioux county also. He was born in Charlois Zuid Holland Netherlands on 12 July 1822 son of Hendrik Niemantsverdriet and Geertrui Visser.
From the Sioux County Bee and Rock Valley Register, November 4, 1897:
Mr. Niemantsdaret[sic], an old gentleman of Orange City, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Kleinjan, died at her home last Wednesday, and was buried at Orange City, Friday. The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. Brenstern, of the Reformed church.
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The correct spelling of the surname would be Niemantsverdriet, of which there were a few others in Sioux County. The Sioux County Herald, November 3, 1897, has a longer obituary with this spelling:
L. Niemantsverdriet, who has made his home in Sioux county for the past seventeen years, died last Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. F. Kleinjan, near Hull. He had been failing for some time and death was not unexpected. Mr. Niemantsverdriet and his wife left Orange City for Hull only a few weeks ago. The funeral was held Friday from the First Reformed church in this city, Rev. M. Kolyn conducting the services. Deceased was seventy-six years of age and was a native of the Netherlands, coming to this country in 1867. He was an excellent man and his death will be greatly regretted.
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Mrs. Kleinjan appears to be Nellie Niemantsverdriet, who married Floris Kleinjan in 1891 (marriage license announcement in the Alton Democrat, Feb. 14, 1891).
The Clou van de Lagendijk Genealogy (public family tree on Ancestry.com) has Floris Kleinjan (1853-1936), with spouse Pieternella Niemantsverdriet (1856-1900). Her parents were Leendert
says that he was born 12 July 1822 in Charlois; married Lena Kleijnjan on 13 June 1851 in Barendrecht, Holland; and died 2 Nov. 1897 in Hull. Pieternella is the only child listed. No sources are given for this data.
The 11885 census of Orange City IA lists – Lendert Niemandovendriet 62 (spelling error), with wife Lena 50, Children Nellie 25, Paul 23, Nellie 4. Paul died May 1890 of inflammation of the bowels
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