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Dear Ann, thank you for your promising words. I'm glad you're having a lot of fun to find out about your ancestors. And that's why I'm looking for it too. I'm unable to meet you somewhere because I'm in the middle of a move. I hope you have a lot of fun in the Netherlands and wish you a good time. Sincerely Frans

Frans - 20-07-2017 - 20:13

Hello Frans,
I am so appreciative of your website, since knowing about my Dutch ancestry has been a lifelong interest for me. I am a descendant of John Aardappel who married Alice Wiersema in Lafayette,Indiana. Their oldest son George, was my grandfather. He was married to Anna Klount, who was a twin. She and her sister Jennie were the youngest children born to Jakob Klount and Pietje Wilstra. They had an older sister named Nellie, and their oldest siblings were Garret and Freida. I am going to be in the Netherlands next month (August) with my husband and two of our daughters. We are going to Friesland and Groningen to specifically see the areas where my (and my daughter's) Dutch ancestors lived for so many generations. Any chance of meeting up?

Ann Crowley - 07-07-2017 - 23:05

My name is Angelica Pena. My mother Dawn Wiersema married my father Ernesto Pena and here I am. My grandmother is Debra Kay Wiersema and grandfather Dennis Jay Wiersema. His parents are Dolores Wiersema and Donald Jay Wiersema. Anything you can tell me about the rest of the history of my family?

Angelica Pena - 03-09-2014 - 02:02

Thank you for all your work! I am son of Harold Asa Wiersema, he is son of Asa Wiersema who is son of Frederick Wiersema who founded the Wiersema State Bank in 1891.
Tom

Thomas H Wiersema - 05-09-2013 - 04:16

Hi Frans,

I laughed when I saw the picture you have of the Henry Klaasens Wiersema family on the Introduction page. It's of my grandmother's family, she is second from the left in the back row. I'm sitting at my home looking at the exact same portrait in a 14 x 18 inch frame, original to the portrait. Oh my, small world. I thought you might find this interesting. Blessings to you for finding all of us.

Audrey Smith - 16-09-2012 - 01:51

love the website and consider Frans Krom, my earth angel for finding the Wiersema families
Love my family

Judith Wiersema - 12-02-2012 - 18:51

 

hello nice to hear from you. my ancestors were farmers and labourers
rich and poor. weirsemas do hold thw famille wapen which is correct
they were wealthy farmers from groningen area as you know. do you know the weirsemas are still farmers in fryslan. if you dig a bit deeper. have you heared of de vos van steenwick. they were and still are wealthy barons. i believe they had work with parilament. and farmers. we havve a du quesnoy in the family and i belive they were from flanders originally. e.mail me and we can help to find more ancestors. yours faithfully john de vries

john de vries - 22-09-2011 - 18:08

My family came from Gronigen and Lopersum, to USA 1900
He started a garbage company in Chicago,
Grandma was a Vander Leest.
the ggrandparents are buried in Gronigen, Bouke and Bokke Burema Wiersema

Judith Wiersema - 07-08-2011 - 22:56

Hi John, can noy find your website. Please contact me via info(AD)familiewiersema.nl Thanks. Frans

Frans Krom - 31-05-2011 - 08:48

 

hallo my namm is john de vries from england the wiersimas from groningen and bouwman are recently found relatives. please look at this website antjos.com my famile are the de vries my great great great granfather was a boslopper some of the family were noble farmers in the 15 century. but due to war and feudal familys they burnt each others castles down. we have some famous relatives also from 300 yrs ago. du quesnoy. was a famous sulpture in italy .and painter who trained with rembrant i believe and a captain klassen of a war ship for william the orange.

john de vries - 30-05-2011 - 23:42


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