Johanna ten Brinke

23 August 1811–23 February 1856 (Age 44)
Miste, Gelderland, Netherlands

The Life of Johanna

When Johanna ten Brinke was born on 23 August 1811, in Miste, Gelderland, Netherlands, her father, Gerrit Jan te Brinke, was 27 and her mother, Harmina Tolkamp, was 30. She married Derk Willem Neerhof on 12 September 1834, in Aalten, Gelderland, Netherlands. They were the parents of at least 6 sons and 1 daughter. She died on 23 February 1856, in Dale, Gelderland, Netherlands, at the age of 44.

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Family Time Line

Derk Willem Neerhof
1802–1856
Johanna ten Brinke
1811–1856
Marriage: 12 September 1834
NN Neerhof
1834–1834
Roelof Neerhof
1835–1856
Dora Harmina Neerhof
1838–1855
Gerrit Jan Neerhof
1841–1864
Derk Jan Neerhof
1844–1905
Jan Hendrik Neerhof
1847–1927
Hendrik Jan Neerhof
1851–1890

Spouse and Children

    Derk Willem Neerhof

    Male1802–1856Male

    Female1811–1856Female

MARRIAGE
12 September 1834
Aalten, Gelderland, Netherlands
children

(7)

    NN Neerhof

    Male1834–1834Male

    Roelof Neerhof

    Male1835–1856Male

    Dora Harmina Neerhof

    Female1838–1855Female

    Gerrit Jan Neerhof

    Male1841–1864Male

    Male1844–1905Male

+2 More Children

Parents and Siblings

    Gerrit Jan te Brinke

    Male1784–1857Male

    Harmina Tolkamp

    Female1780–1858Female

siblings

(6)

    Jan te Brinke

    Male1809–1855Male

    Female1811–1856Female

    Gerrit Hendrik te Brinke

    Male1813–1897Male

    NN te Brinke

    Male1815–1815Male

    Theodora te Brinke

    Female1816–1882Female

+1 More Child

World Events (4)

1813

Age 2

The Dutch defeated the French.
1813 · Netherlands Regains Independence

Age 2

In 1810, when Louis Bonaparte resigned from the throne, the Netherlands was annexed from the French. Finally in 1814, the Netherlands became sovereign and independent.
1830

Age 19

Belgium rebelled against Netherlands.

Name Meaning

1 Muslim: abstracted as a surname from Arabic ben ‘son of’, as in Bensoussan. This is quite commonly used as a surname among Muslims living in France.2 Italian (also Del Ben): from a dialect form of bene ‘well’. This form, without the preposition, is found only in Belluno province, in particular in Taibon Agordino.3 Indian (Gujarat): from Gujarati ben ‘sister’, from Sanskrit bhaginī, a title often attached to their given name by Gujarati women. It is not a true family name, but is sometimes used as a last name by women who do not have a surname.

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

Sources (3)

  • Johanna Ten Brinke, "Netherlands, Gelderland Province Civil Registration, 1800-1952"
  • Johanna Ten Brinke, "Netherlands, Gelderland Province Civil Registration, 1800-1952"
  • Johanna ten Brinke in entry for Neerhof, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Vital Records, 1600-2000"

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