Gijsbert (Bert) van de Weerd
Zoon van Harmen Brunisse(n) van de Weerd - arbeider en Gerritje van Zoest, geboren 29-8-1855 01:00 NL Lunteren , overleden 12-3-1901 USA IA Maurice en begraven Sherman Township Cemetery
Trouwt 12-3-1889 USA IA Orange City Nennetje (Nancy, Anna) De Kruif, dochter van Jan de Kruif - arbeider en Gerritje Roelofsen, geboren 13-3-1871 NL Ede , overleden 23-3-1935 USA IA Sheldon en begraven USA IA Hospers Memorial Cemetery
Nennetje hertrouwt 1907 Hildebrandt (Henry) Hoogeterp, weduwnaar van Sijke Katsma, geboren 7-4-1859 NL Gaasterland, overleden 4-12-1944 USA IA Sheldon en begraven USA IA Hospers Memorial Cemetery
Hildebrandt hertrouwt 18-8-1936 Trijntje (Kate) Dijkstra, dochter van Pieter Martens Dijkstra en Lijsbeth Kooyenga, weduwe van Durk A (Dick) Tuinstra, geboren 30-1-1872 NL Wonseradeel Franeker , overleden 15-12-1956 USA IA Orange City en begraven USA SD Tyndall Cemetery
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MRS HOOGTERP PASSES AWAY
Funeral Held Monday At Hospers Pres. Church
Mrs. H. Hoogterp died March 23 at the Sheldon hospital after an illness of six days at the age of 64 years and 11 days. Anna De Kruif was born at Ede, Gelderland, the Netherlands on March 12, 1871 and came to America at the age of 11 years and was married to Gysbert Vande Weerd on Mrach 12, 1889 at Orange City, Ia. To this union seven children were born, namely, Mrs. C. Van Heuvelen of Archer, Herman Vande Weerd, Lime Springs, Ia., Mrs. John Brink, Gaza, Ia., John Vande Weerd, Hospers; Anna Vande Weerd of Sheldon, Mrs. John Vlieger, Hospers; Mrs. John De Graaf, Sanborn. Mr. Vande Weerd died in 1901.
On Feb. 7, 1907, she was married to Henry Hoogterp, the father of five children: Fred Hoogterp, Rapid City, S.D.; Broer Hoogterp, Camp Dolliver, Ia.; Mrs. Fred Douma, Alton; Hans Hoogterp, Sioux City; Mrs. John Poppema, Hospers. To this union two children were born: Mrs. Herman Hofmeyer of Hospers and Mrs. Ralph Romberg of Los Alamitos, Calif. Mrs. Hoogterp also leaves to mourn 46 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Harry Breeschoten of Marple Lake, Minn.; also two brothers, Ralph and Gerrit De Kruif of Hospers, beside many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by one sister, Minnie.
Funeral services were held Monday at the home at 1:30 P.M. and 2 P.M. at the 1st Presbyterian church. Burial took place at the Presbyterian cemetery.
Alton Democrat 1935-03-29.
Hildebrandt Hoogterp, 85, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman at Sheldon at 5:45 p.m. Monday following a complication of diseases due to his advanced age, Mr. Hoogterp has been ailing for several months, and for the past year has suffered almost total blindness. Prior to their arrival at the Pioneer Home in October, 1943, Mr. and Mrs. Hoogterp were Hospers residents, and members of the Presbyterian Church there.
Mr. Hoogterp was born at Gasterland, Vriesland, the Netherlands on April 7, 1859. He came to America with his wife and one child, and settled at Hospers, where he did carpenter work. Four more children were born to this union. They are Fred and Broer Hoogterp of Rapid City, S.D., Hans Hoogterp of Sioux City, Mrs. Fred Douma of Alton and Mrs. J. Poppen of Hospers.
He re-married, his wife being Mrs. De Weerd. Two daughters were born to them, Mrs. Herman Hofmeyer of Primghar, and Mrs. Ralph Romberg of Hynes, California.
Mr. Hoogterp married for the third time following the decease of the second Mrs. Hoogterp. His children and wife survive him.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1:30 in the Pioneer Home with the Rev. H. Colenbrander officiating. The body was taken Wednesday to the John Sherman home at Sheldon where funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m., after which there will be a service in the Presbyterian Church in Hospers at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Eggink in charge. Interment will be made in the Hospers cemetery.
Sioux County Capital 1944-12-07.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, December 18, for Mrs. Kate Tuinstra Hoogeterp, 84, who died December 15 at Grossmann Hospital. Mrs. Hoogeterp, a resident of Pioneer Memorial Home, broke her hip in a fall on December 7. She had been hospitalized since that time. Services were conducted by Dr. Henry Colenbrander at 10:00 at the Pioneer Memorial Home and 10:30 at the First Reformed Church. Burial was in the family plot at Tyndall, South Dakota.
Mrs. Kate Tuinstra Hoogeterp was born in the Netherlands January 30, 1872. She was the youngest of 11 children born to Peter and Elizabeth Dykstra. Mrs. Hoogeterp came to America with her family as an infant. The family lived in Wisconsin, Nebraska and South Dakota.
She was united in marriage to D.A. (Dick) Tuinstra October 30, 1892, at Sheldon. The first 12 years of their married life were spent in Southeastern Iowa where two daughters were born to them: Mrs. Elizabeth Meyer and Mrs. Florence Baker. In 1907, the family moved to southeastern South Dakota. Her husband, D.A. Tuinstra, preceded her in death on January 22, 1930.
On August 18, 1936, she was married to Henry Hoogeterp of Hospers, where they made their home. In October of 1943, Mr. and Mrs. Hoogeterp took up residence in the Pioneer Memorial Home in Orange City. Mr. Hoogeterp died in December of 1944, and Mrs. Hoogeterp continued to make her place of residence at the Pioneer Home.
Mrs. Hoogeterp is survived by her two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Meyer and Florence Baker of Fresno, California. A grandson Leonel F. Meyer of Fresno, also survives.
Upon her marriage to Mr. Hoogeterp, she had transferred her membership to the Hospers Presbyterian Church.
Sioux County Capital 1956-12-27. -- from: Find A Grave contributor GS -- Her other Obit is in: The Alton Democrat ~ Mrs Kate Hoogterp - pg5 ----- (Joan)