Gerardus Engelbertus Bergman

Male28 January 1899–

Brief Life History of Gerardus Engelbertus

When Gerardus Engelbertus Bergman was born on 28 January 1899, in Holland, Netherlands, his father, Johannes Bergman, was 37 and his mother, Catharina van der Voort, was 34. He married Cornelia Maria van der Vlugt on 22 August 1928, in Lisse, South Holland, Netherlands.

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Gerardus Engelbertus Bergman
Cornelia Maria van der Vlugt
Marriage: 22 August 1928

Sources (4)

  • Gerardus Engelbertus Bergman, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Vital Records"
  • Gerardus Engelbertus Bergman, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records"
  • Gerardus Engelbertus Bergman, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records"

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    22 August 1928Lisse, South Holland, Netherlands
  • Parents and Siblings

    Siblings (18)

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    World Events (8)

    1904 · Weerdinge Couple Found in Bog

    Age 5

    Two skeletons were found next to each other in Drenthe, Netherlands. The skeletons were dated back to between 160 BC and 220 AD. One of the skeletons was thought to be a female and the other a male so scientists called them the Weerdinge couple or Mr. and Mrs. Veenstra. It was determined that both skeletons were men and the name was changed to Weerdinge Men.

    1914 · WWI and the Netherlands

    Age 15

    During WWI, the Netherlands declared that they were neutral and stayed so during the war.

    1934 · Jordanians Revolt in Amsterdam

    Age 35

    July 4, 1934, Jordanians in Amsterdam revolted because of reduction in employment.

    Name Meaning

    Swedish: ornamental or topographic name from berg ‘mountain, hill’ + man ‘man’, or a habitational name for someone from a place named with the word berg. The surname, which is also found in Finland, may also be of German (compare 3 below) or Dutch (see 2 below) origin.

    Dutch: topographic name denoting an upland dweller, from berg (see Berg ) ‘mountain, hill’ + man ‘man’.

    Altered form of German and Jewish (Ashkenazic) Bergmann . This form of the surname is also found in Czechia, Poland, and some other European countries.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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