Elizabeth Johanna Maria Boin

8 July 1876–20 February 1953 (Age 76)
Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands

The Life of Elizabeth Johanna Maria

When Elizabeth Johanna Maria Boin was born on 8 July 1876, in Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands, her father, Louis Wilhelm Boin, was 30 and her mother, Geertruida Frederika Catharina Maria Bartoloms, was 25. She died on 20 February 1953, in her hometown, at the age of 76.

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Family Time Line

Louis Wilhelm Boin
1845–1932
Geertruida Frederika Catharina Maria Bartoloms
1851–1908
Elizabeth Johanna Maria Boin
1876–1953
Anthonius Wilhelmus Josephus Boin
Johannes Josephus Marie Boin
1877–1947
Bernardus Johannes Boin
1880–1948
Petronella Josephina Maria Boin
1883–
N.N. Boin
1893–1893

Parents and Siblings

    Louis Wilhelm Boin

    Male1845–1932Male

    Geertruida Frederika Catharina Maria Bartoloms

    Female1851–1908Female

siblings

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World Events (8)

1885 · The Wereldmuseum Rotterdam opens

Age 9

In 1885, the Geography and Ethnology museum opened as a result of increased exposure to other cultures within its borders and exploratory efforts into foreign lands. It changed its name later to the Wereldmuseum Rotterdam.
1890

Age 14

Death by suicide of van Gogh.
1898 · Witte Huis, Europe's first Skyscraper is built

Age 22

"Built in 1898, the """"White House"""" standing at 43 meters tall, was Europe's first skyscraper. Somehow it survived German bombings in May 14 1940. The White House was added to the UNESCO world heritage list."

Name Meaning

1 Scottish: nickname for a fair-haired person, from Gaelic bàn ‘white’, ‘fair’. This is a common name in the Highlands, first recorded in Perth in 1324 . It is also found as a reduced form of McBain .2 Northern English: nickname meaning ‘bone’, probably bestowed on an exceptionally tall, lean man, from Old English bān ‘bone’. In northern Middle English -ā- was preserved, whereas in southern dialects (which later became standard), it was changed to -ō-.3 Northern English: nickname for a hospitable person, from northern Middle English beyn, bayn ‘welcoming’, ‘friendly’ (Old Norse beinn ‘straight’, ‘direct’).

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

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Sources (2)

  • Elizabeth Johanna Maria Boin, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records"
  • Elizabeth Johanna Maria Boin, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records"

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