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Evert Beijer

Zoon van Jan Beijer en Jannigje van Ravenswaaij, geboren 31-10-1849 NL Veenendaal [93], overleden 28-3-1894 USA IA Marion Co en begraven Pella Graceland Cemetery

Trouwt 21-12-1871 NL Rhenen [30] Gijsbertje Wisgerhof, dochter van Jan Wisgerhof en Gerritje van den Dikkenberg, geboren 6-4-1851 NL Rhenen [40], overleden 25-1-1918 USA IA Marion Co en begraven Pella Graceland Cemetery


  1. Jannetje (Jane, Jennie) Beijer, geboren 22-5-1872 NL Veenendaal [52], overleden 6-9-1937 en begraven USA IA Pella Oak Wood Cemetery
  2. John Beyer, geboren 9-1-1876, overleden 13-4-1932 en begraven USA IA Prairie City West View Cemetery
  3. Arie Beyer, geboren 5-1-1880, overleden 22-8-1954 en begraven USA IA Pella Graceland Cemetery
  4. Henry Beyer, geboren 13-1-1882, overleden 15-12-1909 en begraven USA IA Pella Graceland Cemetery
  5. Ed Beyer, geboren 1884, overleden 1959 en begraven USA IA Pella Graceland Cemetery
    Trouwt Josie De Zwarte, dochter van Michiel De Zwarte en Margje Van Oostrum, geboren 1889, overleden 1966 en begraven bij haar man
  6. William Beyer, geboren 29-3-1889, overleden 11-12-1909 en begraven USA IA Pella Graceland Cemetery


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Obituary of John B Vos

John B. Vos, son of Baldwin Vos and Anna Vander Zalm was born in the province of Gelderland, the Netherlands on August 21, 1868. He departed this life on the evening of February 6, 1948 at his home, 507 Washington St. He attained the age of 79 years, 5 months and 16 days.

At the age of two and a half years he came to America with his parents and has since resided in this community. In 1894 he was united in marriage to Jennie Beyer. To this union six children were born: Ben, Ed, Sophia (Mrs. Flor Geurts) and Bertha of Pella and Nellie (Mrs. Dave De Cook) of Sigourney. He is survived by his children, seven grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Jacob Zwank and a brother, Henry Vos.

He was preceded in death by his wife, one brother and five sisters.

In December of the year 1929 he made confession of his faith uniting with the Third Reformed Church. In all his acts he was a true Christian and was very faithful in attendance of divine worship. By nature he was a man of a friendly and kind disposition and will be greatly missed\ by his entire family and friends.

We miss thee from our home, dear father
We miss thee from thy place;
A shadow o'er our life is cast,
We miss the sunshine of thy face
We miss thy kind and willing hand
Thy fond and earnest care;
Our home is dark without thee
We miss thee everywhere.
Funeral services were held on Monday, February 9, 1948 at 2 p.m, at the family home and 2:30 p.m. from the Third Reformed Church with Rev. L. J. Borst officiating. Interment at Oakwood cemetery.

We wish to thank friends and neighbors who were kind to us and assisted us after the death of our dear father, John B. Vos. We are grateful to all who offered sympathy and those who sent flowers as tokens of their respect and regard.
The Family

[Chronicle, The (Pella, IA) 19 Jun 1992, p.8c4-5]

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