Vander Maaten, Henrietta (Mrs. Frank) 1867-1930
VANDERMAATEN, VAN VELDHUIZEN
Posted By: Paul Van Dyke-volunteer
Date: 11/13/2019 at 10:05:54
Source: Boyden Reporter (8-14-1930)
Born: September 24, 1867
Died: August 7, 1930
Mrs. Frank Vander Maaten of Orange City, mother of Mrs. Jake Reuvers of Sheldon, died last Thursday morning. The Orange City Journal says:
Mrs. Frank Vander Maaten, nee Henrietta Van Veldhuizen, died at her home in Orange City this morning, August 7th at about 1:30 o’clock. The immediate cause of her death was heart failure from a goiter for several months.
Her death came as a shock to the immediate family as she had been about as usual Wednesday, visiting relatives and entertaining friends during the evening.
Her granddaughter, Miss Henrietta Kleinhesselink, made her home with her and about one o’clock was called by her grandmother, who said she was sick.
The physician and relatives were called and came as soon as possible, but she had passed away before any of her children reached her bedside. Her physician was with her at the time of her death.
The deceased was born in Zeeland, Michigan, September 24, 1867, and came with her parents to Orange City in 1872.The family located on a farm two miles east and one mile north of Orange City.
On September 29, 1877, she was united in marriage to Frank Vander Maaten, who passed away January 6 of the year 1927. Two children passed away in infancy and six mourn the loss of a kind and loving mother: Mrs. Gerrit Kleinhesselink and Jake of Orange City, Mrs. Jake Reuvers of Sheldon, Andrew, Mrs. Henry Klleinhesselink and Mrs. John Reekers of Orange City and Dr. Martin Vander Maaten of Wyoming.
Sixteen grandchildren also survive, besides two brothers, William Van Veldhuizen of this city and Henry of Boyden and four sisters, Mrs. Pleum Se Zeeuw of Orange City, Mrs. L. Vanden Bos of Rock Valley, Mrs. Joe Heemstra of Hospers and Mrs. Ike Herwynen of this city.
Funeral services will be held at the home at 1:30 o’clock and in the First Reformed Church at 2:00 Saturday afternoon with the Reverend H. Colenbrander, her pastor, and Reverend J. Engelsman, her former pastor, officiating.
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