Re: Fred Reinders
Posted By: Wilma J. Vande Berg - volunteer (email) In Response To: Fred Reinders (Kari Nelson)
Date: 3/4/2022 at 06:40:56
In Response To: Fred Reinders (Kari Nelson)
I am sorry that I just now noticed your post. I do a lot of other volunteer work for the Greater Sioux County Genealogical Society and forget to check the queries.
Here is Fred Reinder's obit
Reinders, Fred 1874-1959
Alton Democrat of Jan 15, 1959 page 1.
Fred Reinders, Well Known Hospers Man Dies at Hawarden.
Fred Reinders, the well known Hospers artist and sculptor, died Saturday at Hawarden where he had been a patient for six weeks.
Mr. Reinders, 84 painted the background for the Hospers band shell and modeled the life size statue for a World War I soldier, the unique memorial in the Main Street square at Hospers.
Born in the Netherlands Dec. 18 1874, Mr. Reinders came to this country as a youth and resided at Platte, SD before going to Hospers 60 years ago. He married Jantje Dolphin of Platte Nov 14, 1893 and the couple observed their 65th anniversary last November.
Survivors include the widow and a son Fred Jr. of Washington D. C. two grandsons and three great grandchildren.
Funeral services ere held Tuesday at the Van Etten Funeral Home in Orange City, with burial in East Lawn cemetery at Sheldon.
www.wiewaswie.nl Birth record in the Netherlands lists
Freerk Reinders born 18 Dec 1874 at Noordlaren, gem. Haren, parents Pieter Reinders age 28, and Willemina Alons. Born at Noordlaren, Harem Groningen
I would need to have Vickie's maiden surname and husband's full name to do a search for her.
I will try to respond promptly when I get that information.
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