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Grietje (Margaret) van Maanen

Dochter van Gerrit van Maanen en Hendrikje Van Roekel, geboren 11-4-1877 19:00 NL Bennekom [114], overleden 5-6-1950 USA IA Hull en begraven Hope Cemetery

Trouwt Jacob Van Wyhe, zoon van Jan van Wijhe - tolgaarder en Hendrikje Mulder, geboren 23-1-1860 NL Kamperveen [4] overleden 10-12-1938 USA IA Hull en begraven Hope Cemetery


  1. John Van Wijhe, geboren 23-9-1896 USA IA Sioux Center, overleden 30-10-1967 USA IA Hull en begraven Hope Cemetery
  2. Henrietta (Hattie) Van Wijhe, geboren 4-10-1897, overleden 28-12-1971 en begraven USA WI Clinton Cemetery
  3. Gerrit Van Wijhe, geboren 27-12-1898 USA IA Hull, overleden 11-12-1957 USA IA Rock Rapids en begraven Riverview Cemetery
  4. Jennie Van Wijhe, geboren 5-1900 USA IA Perkins, overleden 29-4-1901 USA IA Rock Rapids en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
  5. Jennie Van Wijhe, geboren 20-5-1902 USA IA Perkins, overleden 8-1987 USA IA Boyden en begraven Sheridan Township Cemetery
    Trouwt Bert J Franken, zoon van Aalt Franken en Hendrikje Klein, geboren 28-4-1904 USA IA Sioux Center, overleden 24-2-1977 USA IA Boyden en begraven Sheridan Township Cemetery
  6. Henry Van Wijhe, geboren 2-10-1903 USA IA Hull, overleden 9-3-1961 USA MI Flat Rock en begraven USA MI Grand Haven Lake Forest Cemetery
  7. Jake Van Wijhe
  8. Dick Van Wijhe, geboren 27-4-1907 USA IA Hull, overleden 6-3-1971 USA WI Delavan
  9. Jeanette (Janet) Van Wijhe, geboren 27-4-1907 USA IA Perkins, overleden 13-1-1975 USA IA Sheldon en begraven East Lawn Cemetery
  10. Edward J Van Wijhe, geboren 7-6-1910 USA IA Hull, overleden 25-2-1971 USA IA Hull en begraven Hope Cemetery
  11. William Van Wijhe, geboren 7-6-1910 USA IA Hull, overleden 28-7-1978 USA IA Rock Valley en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
    Trouwt 4-3-1936 USA IA Rock Valley Nellie Verburg, dochter van Klaas Verburg en Henrietta Beek, geboren 8-9-1912 USA IA Rock Valley, overleden 1-6-2005 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
  12. Lee Van Wijhe
  13. Christine Van Wijhe, geboren 3-10-1914 USA IA Hull, overleden 5-10-1999 USA IA Sheldon en begraven East Lawn Cemetery
    Trouwt NN Hiemstra
    Trouwt 10-4-1952 USA IA Sioux Center Nicholas George (Mick) Van Marel, zoon van Gerrit Arie Van Marel en Ida Ver Steeg, geboren 31-8-1906 USA IA Orange City, overleden 27-9-1994 USA IA Sheldon en begraven East Lawn Cemetery
  14. Arthur (Art) Van Wijhe, geboren 2-10-1916 USA IA Hull, overleden 23-7-1976 USA IA Sioux Center en begraven USA IA Hull Hope Cemetery
  15. Benjamin (Ben) Van Wijhe, geboren 1918, overleden 1973 en begraven USA WI Clinton Cemetery
    Trouwt Johanna Schut, dochter van Sam Schut en Winnie Nyman, geboren 28-5-1922 USA IA Sioux Center, overleden 8-7-2017 USA IL Rockford en begraven USA WI Clinton Cemetery
  16. Gert (Gertrude) Van Wijhe, geboren 1-3-1921 USA IA Hull, overleden 4-9-2005 USA IA Spirit Lake en begraven USA IA Sheldon East Lawn Cemetery


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Obituaries of Jacob, Grietje and their sons John and Dick

Death Claims Jacob Van Wyhe

Jacob Van Wyhe, 70, of Perkins, died in the hospital at Hull Saturday, Dec. 10th, following a lingering illness. Funeral services were held at 1 o'clock at the home and 1:30 at the First Christian Reformed church in Hull on Tuesday of last week, with Rev. Haan in charge. Interment was made in Hope cemetery.

Jacob Van Wyhe was born in the Netherlands Jan. 23, 1867, and he came to America 60 years ago when 10 years of age. He was married to Grietje Van Maanen of Sioux Center March 4, 1896, and 16 children were born to this union.

One daughter, Jennie, preceded him in death. The other 15 children, together with his wife survive him.

He is also survived by two brothers, John. W; of Ireton and Dick of Lynden, Wash.

Hawarden Independent 1938-12-22.

Obituary Of The Late Mrs. Jacob Van Wyhe

Mrs. Jacob Van Wyhe (nee Margaret Van Maanen) passed away on Thursday, June 15, 1950.

She was born April 11, 1877, in Gelderland, Netherlands, and came to this country in 1892, with her parents, settling in Sioux County. She was married to Mr. Jacob Van Wyhe on March 4; 1896. Her husband preceded her in death on December 10, 1938.

Fifteen children survive. They are: John (at home); Henrietta (Mrs. Dick Kruizenga), from Clinton, Wisconsin; Gerrit of Rock Rapids; Jennie (Mrs. Bert Franken), Hawarden; Henry, Flat Rock, Michigan; Jake, Lansing, Michigan; Dick, Clinton, Wisconsin; Jeanette (Mrs: Jake D. Sneller), Sheldon; William, Hull; Edward, Hull; Lee, Kansas City, Missouri; Christine (Mrs. C. Heimstra), of Sioux Center; Arthur, Sioux Center; Ben, Clinton, Wisconsin; and Gertrude (Mrs. G. Van Otterloo), Sioux Center. Also 41 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren survive. She is further survived by her stepmother, Mrs. De Leeuw, Rock Valley, and six sisters and four brothers.

One sister and one brother preceded her in death.

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Christian Reformed Church of Hull, with the Rev. Breuker from Sioux Center officiating in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Hanenburg. Interment was in Hope cemetery.

Sioux County Index 1950-06-22.

Sioux Center News; November 2, 1967

Funeral services were held at the First Christian Reformed Church at Hull on Wednesday, November 1, for John Van Wyhe, 71, who died Monday at the Sioux Center Community hospital following a brief illness. Burial was made in Hope cemetery in Hull.

Mr. Van Wyhe was born September 23, 1896, on a farm near Hull and lived there until moving to Hull about 1940.

Survivors include seven brothers, Jacob, Dick, William, and Edward, Lee, Arthur and Ben; and five sisters, Hattie, Jennie, Janet, Christene and Gert.

Mr. and Mrs. Art Van Wyhe, accompanied by Mrs. William Van Wyhe of Hull and Mrs. Jake Sneller of Sheldon left early Monday morning for Elkorn, Wisc., to attend funeral services held Tuesday for their brother, Dick Van Wyhe, who passed away Saturday following major surgery for cancer.

Leaving Friday morning to visit him in the hospital were William Van Wyhe of Hull, his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Van Otterloo of Sheldon and his sister, Mrs. Bert Franken of Boyden.

All stayed to attend the funeral service.

The family lost another brother recently, Ed Van Wyhe of Hull, who passed away on February 25.

Sioux Center News 1971-03-11

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Obituaries of William and Nellie

William Van Wyhe, 68, of Hull died July 28 at a Rock Valley hospital of a brief illness. Services were at 1:30 p. m. Monday July 31 in the Christian Reformed . Church, at Hull. The Rev. John Fondse officiated. Burial was in Hope Cemetery under the direction of the Kraai Funeral Home of Hull.

Mr. Van Wyhe was born June 7, 1910, at Hull and lived most of his life near Hull except for the first five years of his married life when he lived near Rock Valley.

He married Nellie Verburg on March 4, 1936, at Rock Valley. He was a retired farmer and a member of the First Christian Reformed Church.

Survivors include the widow, four sons, Kerwin of Denver, Colorado, Willard of Webster City, Iowa, the Rev. Arthur of Allendale, Michigan and Daryl of Hull; two daughters, Mrs. Jasper (Marlene) Timmer of Sioux Center and Mrs. Gary (Janice) Bomgaars of Denver. Also two brothers, Jacob of Brodenton, Florida and Lammert of Kansas City. Also three sisters, Mrs. Bert (Jennie) Franken of Boyden and Mrs. Nic (Christine) Van Marel and Mrs. Gerrit (Gertrude) Van Otterloo, both of Sheldon, and 18 grandchildren.

Rock Valley Bee 1978-08-16.

Nellie Van Wyhe, 92, of Hull died Wednesday, June 1, at the Sioux Center Community Nursing Facility. A memorial service was Saturday at 2 p.m. at First Christian Reformed Church of Hull with the Rev. Art Van Wyhe and the Rev. Arnold Punt officiating. Interment was in Hope Cemetery of Hull.

Mrs. Van Wyhe was born on September 8, 1912, to Klaas and Henrietta (Beek) Verburg on a farm south of Rock Valley. She attended church and school in Rock Valley and married William Van Wyhe of Hull on March 4, 1936. They lived on two farms south of Rock Valley for the first six years of their marriage and later moved to the Van Wyhe home place a mile west of Perkins corner where her husband had grown up.

The couple raised their six children on the farm and resided there until 1976. They then retired to Hull, where her husband died 1˝ years later at age 68.

In 1996 she moved to Franken Manor in Sioux Center. In September of 2003 she was hospitalized in Sioux City with health problems. Following her return she moved to the Sioux Center Nursing Facility. She enjoyed some tours and sightseeing and visiting children in the years prior to her nursing home residency. She has always been a very good seamstress and has enjoyed sewing, crocheting and crafts. She also enjoyed gardening and canning.

Survivors include her children, Marlene and Jasper (Jack) Timmer of Sioux Center, Kerwin and Fran of Denver, Colorado, Willard and Beverly of Webster City, the Rev. Art and Joanne of Holland, Michigan, Janice and Gary Bomgaars of Denver and Daryl and Marvella of Hull; 21 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; three brothers, William and Gertrude Verburg of Primghar, Henry and Ann Verburg of Sheldon and Richard and Marian Verburg of Rock Valley.

She was also preceded in death by one sister and brother-in-law, Marie and Albert Vink; and one infant granddaughter.

Sioux Center News 2005-06-08.

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Obituary of Nicholas

Nicholas Van Marel
August 31, 1906 - September 27, 1994

Nicholas George Van Marel, 88, of Orange City died Tuesday, September 27, at the Northwest Iowa Health Center in Sheldon. Services were at 10:30 a.m. Friday, September 30, at First Christian Reformed Church at Sheldon with Pastor Jay Wesseling officiating. Burial was at East Lawn Cemetery, Sheldon.

Van Marel was born August 31, 1906. in Orange City, the son of Gerrit and Ida (Ver Steeg) Van Marel. He lived his youth and attended school in Orange City.

He married Christene Hiemstra of Sioux Center on April 10, 1952, in Sioux Center, where they lived until 1957 when they moved to Sheldon. He owned and operated Hy-Way Lunch in Sheldon until 1959, when he worked as a carpenter for Andringa Construction. He later worked for Kooistra Painting in Sheldon. He was a member of First Christian Reformed Church of Sheldon and the Senior Citizens Club of Sheldon.

Survivors Include his wife; one son, David Van Marel of La Puente, California; two daughters, Mrs. Randall (Karen) Henrichson of Nickerson, Nebraska, and Mrs. Marion (Mary Ann) Butcher of Ontario, California; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Marjorie) Meendering of Sheldon and Mrs. Harper (Trudi) Moore of Glendale, Arizona; one stepson, Charles Hiemstra of Reeseville, Wisconsin; one brother, Arie Van Marel of Orange City; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Edith) Thomas of Le Mars and Hendrene Van Oort of Park Rapids, Minnesota; 16 grandchildren; and 23 greatgrandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents and twin brother, George Nicholas.

Sioux Center News 1994-10-04.

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Obituary of Johanna Schut

Johanna Van Wyhe, age 95, passed away on Saturday, July 8, in Rockford, IL, surrounded by her loving family. Johanna was a Godly woman who lived an ordinary life filled with hard work, generosity, and an uncommon servant’s heart. She faithfully prayed for every joy and sorrow for those she loved, and was a constant presence in all of their important moments.

Johanna was born to Sam and Minnie Nyman Schut on May 28, 1922, in Sioux Center, IA, and spent most of her life in Clinton, WI. Jo and her husband Benjamin Van Wyhe raised their two daughters in Clinton. She was a charter member of the Emmanuel Reformed Church in Clinton, where she experienced some of her most cherished memories and friendships. Jo loved playing games (unless she lost), reading, and spending time with her family. She was the head cook for the Clinton School System for 37 years. She moved to the Christian Life Retirement Center in Rockford, IL, in 1998, where she enjoyed many wonderful friendships.

Left to honor her memory and remember her laughter are her children; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. Johanna was preceded in death by her husband, Benjamin, her beloved daughter Lianne, her parents, and brothers and sister.

Johanna’s Funeral Service will be 11:00 a.m. on Friday July 14, 2017 at the EMMANUEL COMMUNITY CHURCH, 319 East Street, Clinton with Rev. Clyde Rensink officiating. Friends will be received on Friday in Church from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will follow in the Clinton Cemetery. Brian Mark Funeral Home.

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