Euphemia Kruit

18 November 1792–
Schalkhaar, Overijssel, Netherlands

The Life of Euphemia

Euphemia Kruit was christened on 18 November 1792, in Schalkhaar, Overijssel, Netherlands as the daughter of Peter Teunissen Kruit and Fenne Jansz Kruit van de.

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Family Time Line

Peter Teunissen Kruit
–1795
Fenne Jansz Kruit van de
1749–1841
Phenne Kruit Petersen
1771–
Antonia or Teuntje Peters Kruits Harms
1772–1837
Johanna Petersen Kruit
1774–1855
Joannes Kruit Petersen
1775–
Theodorus Derk Kruit Petersen
1777–
Wilhelmina Kruit Petersen
1782–
Maria Kruit Petersen
1786–
Euphemia Kruit
1792–
Fenne Kruit
1793–1844

Parents and Siblings

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World Events (3)

1793

France declared war on Britain and the Netherlands.
1795

France and Napoleon conquered the Netherlands.
1799

The United East India Company is liquidated.

Name Meaning

1 Dutch (van de Kruis): topographic name for someone who lived by a village or roadside cross, from Dutch kruis ‘cross’.2 German: nickname meaning ‘crab’, from Middle High German kruiz.

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

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