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Cornelia (Kate) Vogelaar

Dochter van Willem Vogelaar en Maartje Bennink, geboren 10-8-1874 USA IA Orange City, overleden 1-6-1969 USA IA Orange City en begraven Orange City West Lawn Cemetery

Trouwt 3-12-1897 USA IA Orange City John A Klein Hesselink, zoon van Arend John Klein Hesselink en Johanna Theodora Smit, geboren 9-11-1872 USA IA Orange City, overleden 3-5-1951 USA IA Orange City en begraven Orange City West Lawn Cemetery


  1. Jacob (Jake) Klein Hesselink, geboren 14-9-1895 USA IA Orange City, overleden 4-2-1966 USA IA USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven USA IA Orange City West Lawn Cemetery
    Trouwt 26-2-1920 USA IA Alton Emma Dorothea De Boer, dochter van Douwe C De Boer en Augusta Maria Fredreka Kadolph, geboren 11-1-1887 USA IA Alton, overleden 26-2-1981 USA IA Orange City en begraven Orange City West Lawn Cemetery
  2. John (Arend Jan) Klein Hesselink, geboren 26-6-1898 USA IA Orange City, overleden 31-10-1972 USA IA Orange City en begraven West Lawn Cemetery
    Trouwt 18-5-1928 Martha Smit, dochter van Charles Smit en Lena Reuvers, geboren 4-11-1904 USA IA Alton, overleden 21-9-1991 USA IA Orange City en begraven West Lawn Cemetery
  3. Martha Klein Hesselink, geboren 2-5-1901 USA IA Orange City, overleden 17-10-1991 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven USA IA Maurice Sherman Township Cemetery
    Trouwt 5-2-1924 USA IA Maurice Anthony (Tony) Van Der Broek, zoon van Frans van den Broek en Marie van Beek, geboren 20-9-1895 USA IA Maurice, overleden 12-10-1981 USA IA Sioux City en begraven USA IA Maurice Sherman Township Cemetery
  4. William Klein Hesselink, geboren 24-11-1904 USA IA Orange City, overleden 30-1-1985 USA IA Sioux City en begraven Orange City West Lawn Cemetery
    Trouwt Gertrude Smit, dochter van Charles Smit en Lena Reuvers, geboren 24-4-1906 USA IA Alton, overleden 13-4-1966 USA IA Orange City en begraven USA IA Alton Nassau Township Cemetery
  5. PFC Gerrit Klein Hesselink, geboren 2-5-1907 USA IA Orange City, overleden 20-4-1976 USA CA San Diego en begraven USA SD Sioux Falls Woodlawn Cemetery
    Trouwt 30-5-1931 Frances Van Veldhuizen, dochter van Henry John Van Veldhuizen en Jennie Top, geboren 15-10-1911 USA IA Boyden, overleden 6-4-1943 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven USA IA Boyden Sheridan Township Cemetery
    Trouwt 30-5-1931 Margurete D Almont, dochter van John W Almont en Edith R Crichfield, weduwe van Ray B Kenyon, geboren 15-12-1903 USA SD Sioux Falls, overleden 6-10-1984 USA SD Sioux Falls en begraven Woodkawn Cemetery


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John A. Kleinhesselink died Saturday afternoon at 12.30 at his home southwest of Orange City at the age of 68 years, 5 months, and 23 days. He had been ailing with anemia for a year.

He was born November 9, 1872 on the homestead where he died and was a son of Arie John Kleinhesselink.

On December 3, 1897 he was united In marriage to Cornelia Vogelaar at Orange City. They lived on the farm all their married life except for 4 years when they lived in Orange City.

One sister, Dora, Mrs. Henry Boone, preceded him in death in 1931.

Their children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kleinhesselink and family, made their home with Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kleinhesselink the past 2 months to assist them.

Survivors include the widow, 5 children: Jake of Boyden, John, Martha, Mrs. Tone Vander Broek, Wm. and Gerrit, all of Orange City; 14 grandchildren; and 3 sisters and 2 brothers; Wm. of Maurice, Minnie, Mrs. Wm. Van Meeveren. Annie, Mrs. John Roelofs, Johanna and Arie all of Orange City.

Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and at 1:30 at the First Ref. church with Rev. Mr. H. Colenbrander in charge. Burial was made in the Orange City cemetery.

Out of town people who were present at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bos of Inwood, Ralph Cleveringa of and daughter Ruth of Inwood, Mr. an Mrs. Teunis Vogelaar of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schipper and daughter of Peterson, Jake Hop, Mrs. Peter Santema, both of Ireton, Mrs. Dick Dirksen of Hawarden, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boone and Mrs. Andrew Boone al1 of Sheldon, Mrs. Jennie Brommer of Sioux Center and several relatives from Alton.

Sioux County Capital 1941-05-08.


Funeral services for Mrs. Kate Kleinhesselink, 94, were held June 4 at the First Reformed church of Orange City with the Rev. A. j. Eissens officiating.

She died at the Orange City hospital June 1 after a seven month illness.

Burial was in Westlawn cemetery under the direction of the Van-Etten Funeral Home.

Mrs. Kleinhesselink was born August 10, 1874 at Orange City.

She was married December, 3, 1897 to John Kleinhesselink who proceeded her in death on May 2, 1941.

Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Tony Vander Broek (Martha), Orange City; three sons, John, Jr., Orange City, William, Shenandoah, Ia. and Gerrit, Sioux Falls; one sister, Mrs. Peter Visser, Orange City; 14 grandchildren and 42 great grand children.

Sioux Center News 1969-06-12.


Funeral services for Jake Kleinhesselink, 70, were held at 1:30 p.m. February 7 at the American Reformed church in Orange City. The Rev. Alvin Hook officiated. Burial was in West Lawn Cemetery, under direction of Van Etten Funeral Home.

Mr. Kleinhesselink died Feb. 4 at Veterans Hospital at Sioux Falls, where he had been a patient about seven months.

He married Emma De Boer on February 26, 1920 and they lived on a farm northwest of here until retiring to town in 1944.

He was a veteran of World War I.

Survivors include the widow, three daughters, Mrs. Russell Mott of Oskaloosa, Iowa Mrs. James Den Hartog of Belgrade, Minn., and Mrs. Joe Rickman of Eunice, N. M.; the mother, Mrs. John A. Kleinhesselink of Orange City; nine grandchildren; three brothers and one sister.

Sioux Center News 1966-02-17.

Mrs. Emma Kleinhesselink, 94, of Orange City passed away Thursday, Feb. 26, at the Orange City Municipal Hospital.

Emma Dorothea was born Jan. 11, 1887, at Alton, the daughter of Douwe C. De Boer and Augusta Maria Fredreka Kadolph De Boer.

On Feb. 26, 1920, she married Jacob Kleinhesselink at Alton. They farmed near Boyden, retiring to Orange City in 1944.

Mrs. Kleinhesselink entered the Heritage House of Orange City on Feb. 9. Mrs. Kleinhesselink was a member of the American Reformed Church of Orange City and its Ruth Circle. She was also a member of the World War I Auxiliary.

Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Carol A. Smith, of Des Moines; Mrs. James (Ruth) Den Hartog, of Selma, Indiana; and Mrs. Joe (Jeanne K.) Rickman, of Los Alamos, New Mexico; nine 'grandchildren, three great grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. H.M. (Minnie) Scholten of Orange City; Mrs. Jim (Rocina) Van Gorp of Orange City; Mrs. Jake (Betha) Zwagerman of Hospers; and Mrs. Henry (Elvina) Kaminga of Newport, Oregon; and one brother, Edward De Boer of Orange City.

Mrs. Kleinhesslink was proceeded in death by her husband on Feb. 4, 1966, and also by five sisters and six brothers.

A celebration of the life of Emma Kleinhesselink took place Monday, March 2, at the American Reformed Church with the Rev. Dr. Calvin J. Rynbrandt, officiating. Interment followed at West Lawn Cemetery in Orange City, under the direction of the Van Etten-Oolman Funeral Home of Orange City. Mr. Eugene Mulder sang How Great Thou Art and Oh, What a Day! with Dr. Rodney Jiskoot, organist. Casket bearers were Russell Doorenbos, Lee Scholten, Harold Moss, Joe C. Kleinhesselink. George Kleinhesselink and Cory Kleinhesselink.

Sioux County Capital 1981-03-09.

John Kleinhesselink passed away October 31, 1972 of a heart attack while helping at the Harold Kleinhesselink farm near Orange City.

Funeral services were held at the American Reformed Church November 3, 1972. The Reverend Alvin A. Hook officiated. Burial was held at West Lawn Cemetery, Orange City, Iowa. Van Etten Funeral Home was in charge of funeral services.

He was born June 26, 1898 at Orange City, Iowa. On May 18, 1928 he was married to Martha Smit of Alton, Iowa.

He was a crane operator and truck driver for Wellinga, Huisman, Jager and De Jong Excavating. He retired in 1969.

Survivors are the widow, Martha, daughter Mrs. Tom Wierda, Lucille of Orange City, son Smsgt. Eugene Kleinhesselink of Charleston A.F.B., South Carolina and four grandchildren. Brothers, William of Shenandoah, Iowa, Gerrit of Sioux Falls, and sister, Mrs. Tony Vander Broek of Orange City, Iowa.

Preceding him in death were his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kleinhesselink and brother Jake Kleinhesselink.

Alton Democrat 1972-11-09.

Martha was the daughter of Charles and Lena (Reuvers) Smit. She was raised in Alton and graduated from the Alton High School. In 1926, she graduated from the University of Iowa.

On May 18, 1928, she married John Arend Kleinhesselink, Jr. at Orange City. They made their home at Alton until 1940, when they moved to Orange City. He passed away October 31, 1972, at Orange City.

In May of 1988, she became a resident of the Pioneer Memnorial Home in Orange City, and in March of 1989, she transferred to the Orange City Municipal Nursing Home.

Martha was a dedicated nurse. From 1926-1928, she worked at Rock Valley and Sheldon. She was a nurse for Dr. Larson at Alton from 1935-1937, and Dr. Doornink at Orange City from 1944-1945. She also assisted Dr De Bey in many home baby deliveries. In 1945, she became a night nurse at the Grossmann Hospital, which later developed into the Orange City Municipal Hospital. She retired in 1970.

She was a member of the American Reformed Church and the Esther Circle and Reformed Church Women.

Survivors include her daughter, Lucille and her husband, Tom Wierda, of Orange City; son, Eugene and his wife, Agnes, of Hixson, Tennessee; four grandchildren, Judy and Jerry Wierda, Denise Overton, and Sandra Sadler; three great-grandchildren, Allyson Wierda, and Colton and Cody Sadler; brother, Fred Smit, of Sun City, California; and sister, Evelyn Westphal, of Waterloo.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Walter, Charles, and Edward Smit; and four sisters, Gertrude Kleinhessel ink, Helen Bloemendaal, Laura Sawyer, and Jean Lawlor.

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Anthony Vander Broek, 86, of Sioux Center, formerly of Orange City, died Monday evening in a Sioux City hospital following a brief illness.

Services were at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Van Gelder Funeral Home at Orange City. The Rev. Cecil Martens officiated. Burial was in Sherman Township Cemery at Maurice.

He was born on August 25, 1895 at Maurice.

He married Martha Kleinhesselink March 5, 1924, at Maurice. Before his retirement he was a yardman for the Slagle Lumber Co. of Orange City.

He was a member of the First Reformed Church of Orange City.

Survivors include the wife, Martha; one daughter, Mrs. Roy (Margie) Lubbers of Deep River, Minn., one son, John (Bud) of Sioux Center; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Gerrit (Henrietta) Riphagen, and one brother, Gerrit, both of Maurice.

Preceded in death by a son, Donald, who passed away August 24, 1974, also five brothers and five sisters.

Alton Democrat 1981-10-15.

Mrs. Martha Vander Broek, age 90, of Sioux Center, passed away Thursday, October 17, at the Sioux Center Community Nursing Home.

Martha Gertrude was born May 22, 1901, at Orange City, the daughter of John and Kate (Vogelaar) Kleinhesselink. She was raised at Orange City.

On March 5, 1924, she married Anthony "Tony" Vander Broek at Maurice. They made their home in Orange City. In 1980, they moved to Sioux Center. Mr. Vander Broek passed a way October 12, 1981, at Sioux City.

In 1983, Mrs. Vander Broek became a resident of the nursing home.

She was a member of the First Reformed Church of Orange City.

Survivors include her daughter, Margie and her husband Elroy Lubbers, of Deep River, Minnesota; son,, John "Bud" and his wife Henrietta, of Sioux Center; daughter-in-law Judy Stegall of Simpsonville, South Carolina; nine grandchildren and thirteen greatgrandchildren.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her son Donald, in 1974; and four brothers, Jake, John; Gerrit, and Bill Kleinhesselink.

Funeral services were held Saturday, October 19, at the Van Etten-Oolman-Van Gelder Funeral Home in Orange City. The Rev. Steven Vander Molen of the First Reformed Church of Orange City officiated. Interment followed at Sherman Township Cemetery near Maurice.

Siouxland Express 1991-10-23.

William Kleinhesselink, 80, of Orange City died Wednesday, January 30, in a Sioux City hospital.

Services were at 10:80 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1 in the Van Gelder Funeral Home in Orange City. The Rev. Marlin Vander Wilt officiated. Burial was in the West Lawn Cemetery. Family visitiation was from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, January 31 in the funeral home.

Mr. Kleinhesselink was born Nov. 24, 1904, at Orange City. He lived most of his life in Sioux County. A carpenter, he lived at Shenandoah for about 15 years prior to his retirement to Orange City.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Herman (Lois) Dirksen of Ireton and Mrs. Clarence (Betty) Jasper of Orange City; three sons, George and Bob, both of Orange City and Walter of Le Mars; one sister, Mrs. Tony (Martha) Vander Broek of Sioux Center; 16 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Sioux Center News 1985-02-06.

Mrs. Gerrit Kleinhesselink passed away at the McKeenan Hospital in Sioux Falls, S D., at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, April 6, 1943, after a few weeks, illness.

Mrs. Kleinhesselink was born on a farm near Boyden, October 15, 1911, where she grew to womanhood.

On May 30, 1931 she was married to Gerrit Kleinbesselink. To this union 2 children were born: Gladys 11, Arthur 9, who survive with their father.

She was a daughter of Mr. H.J. Van Veldhuizen Sr.

Her father survives here with 4 sisters and 2 brothers: Elizabeth, Mrs. Joel Van Velzen of Boyden, Jeannette, Mrs. Gerrit Aalberts of Orange City, Jake Van Veldhuizeu of Sioux Falls S. D., Henrietta, Mrs. Melvin Harman of Luke Wilson, Minn., Minnie, Mrs. Robert Dethmers of Boyden and Henry Van Veldhuizen who is with the armed forces in Greenfield, Penn.

Twenty-one years ago her mother preceded her in death.

Mr. and Mrs. Kleinhesselink resided in Orange City until March, 1943, when the family moved to Sioux Falls, where he is employed in the Morrell Packing plant.

The body was taken to Orange City Tuesday. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Mrs. J. Kleinhesselink home at 1 o'clock and 1:30 at the Trinity Reformed church at Orange City. Rev. H. Colenbrender and Rev. S. Menning and Rev. R.C. Krushwitz of Sioux Falls, officiated. Interment was in Boyden cemetery.

Alton Democrat 1943-04-16.

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