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History of Michigan (Volume 3)

History of Michigan (Volume 3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Michigan (Volume 3)

History of Michigan (Volume 3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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for his second wife Miss Margaret De Lancey, of Hamilton, Ontario.


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and was performed bv Judge William R. De Land. Silence Blackman was born near Ithaca, New York, and her father,


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1634, and on the ship Christian de Lo crossed the Atlantic and in 1635 settled at or near Windsor, Connecticut.


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is a member of the Sophie De Marsac Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and her religious connection


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, Etta M., wife of Mark De Witt, a very successful farmer at Lyons, Kansas, his degree of success being


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He married Lucy Ann De Witt, who was of Pennsylvania Dutch stock.


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Rivard, and Louis married Mile. Sophie de Marsac. Antoine, the next in life of descent, was the grandfather of Mr.


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of sixty-seven. Constant George married Cecelia De Vriendt, who was born near the city of Antwerp in Belgium. She was


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cousin, the late Rev. Father Charles L. De Culnick, to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Father De Culnick was a prominent priest


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and is a son of Joseph and Martha (Aloerdyk) De Boer, both natives of Holland, ,where the former was born


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William De Boer was born in Grand Rapids on the 5th of October,


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popular citizen of Grand Rapids Mr. De Boer merits consideration in this history, but there are other elements that make


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afl'orded the means by which William De Boer acquired his early education, and his initial venture in connection with practical


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the enterprise thus founded by Mr. De Boer placed such demands upon his time and attention that in 1913 he


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in Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. De Boer have four children, Joseph, Gerald, Marston and Bertha.


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of all who know her. Joseph De Boer was for more than half a century in the employ of the


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that year. He was at Santiago de Cuba and also at Camp Wyckoft' on Long Island.


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and was a daughter of Elijah W. and Cynthia (De Wolf) Brown. Mrs. Watkins died on June 27, 1899, leaving