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1051 Tina (Goossen) Bartel was born on Oct. 3, 1925 to Peter D and Helena Goossen in Greenland, MB, municipality of Ste. Anne MB. She peacefully passed away to her Heavenly Home on November 2, 2012 at the Maplewood Manor, Steinbach, MB at the age of 87 years.

She met and married the love of her life, Alvin, on November 27, 1949. They enjoyed their 63 years of marriage together but not without sweat, tears, hard work and fun on their small farm near Steinbach.

Left to cherish precious memories is her beloved husband Alvin and their five children: Wayne, of Steinbach, MB, Murray (Elizabeth) of Calgary, AB, Rawlyn (Thérèse) of Grande Pointe, MB, Karen (Dave Unger) of Steinbach, MB, and Cathleen (Henry Martens) of Steinbach, MB; six grandchildren Pascale (Tom Gretchen), Jordan, Riley, Alix, Colton and Stephen and one great-grandson Zachary. She also leaves to mourn five brothers and six sisters-in-law.

Those preceding her in death are her two daughters Judith and Sharon, her parents and parents-in-law, her four brothers, four sisters, eight brothers-in-law and three sisters-in-law.

We would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to the Maplewood Manor
Management and Staff for their passionate and loving care for our Mother.

Viewing will be held at Birchwood Funeral Chapel in Steinbach on Tuesday, November 6 at 7:00 with a devotional at 7:30 p.m. and at the church prior to the service.

The funeral service will be held Wednesday, November 7 at 10:30 a.m. at the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite in Steinbach with interment at Heritage Cemetery.  
Goossen, Tina Reimer (I872)
1052 Todd & Trent might be adopted by Robert Lee. Family F146
1053 Toevallig geboren in Hoogkerk, haar vader en moeder hadden hier de ligplaats, in het Hoendiep, voor hun schip gekozen. Postma, Durks Haakje (I3392)
1054 Travelled doing business with shops and hotels while working for a Greek in Butterworh. One of his visits to Manubi/Mazeppa Bay he met Margeret "Maggie" Lawrence, who had a child Arthur Rubin (Trow). They got married and lived in Manubi.

He was reclassified from white to coloured because he married a dark skinned Brazillian. He challenged this, and refused to accept the two monthly "coloured" pension for many years.

He was later reclassified white, and recieved the monthly "white pension".

He was a farmer and photographer. The fruit included, Jackfruit, custard apple, cherries, mango, pawpaw, grapes, persermin, litchie, banana, grannedilla, orange, china mealies, chinese guava, guava, coffee, loqueuts, peacan nuts, tree tomato, grape fruit.

He made a living off the fruit and vegetables he planted. He also cultivated tobacco and sold it after drying the leaves.

I remember him writing on the bags and sending he tobacco bags away by bus.

(Timothy Paul Goosen) 
Goosen, Peter Nicholas (I4)
1055 Treon Goossen, 61, went home to Jesus Monday, May 9, 2016 in Colorado Springs. Her loved ones surrounded her as she went joyfully into the arms of her Savior.

She was born July 28, 1954 in Fort Chaffee, Arkansas.

She was a daughter of God who inspired others through her strong faith and ministry. Tirelessly advocating for freedom and rights of families in Colorado, she will be honored and remembered as a fighter. Her legacy of love and warm generosity leaves behind many who will forever think of her as their adopted mom.

She is survived by her husband, Dean Goossen, Sr.; seven children, Dean Goossen Jr, Jesse Goossen, Giselle Goossen, Charissa Treon Goossen, Ian Goossen, Sophia Renata Goossen, and Petra Steline Nott; eight grandchildren, Miranda, Jody, Ethan, Wesley, Lincoln, and Curtis Goossen, and Joash, and Judah Nott; two brothers, Mark and Jon Patterson; and five sisters, Denise Baker, Jo Susan Leverich, and Dena Vogelpohl.

A Celebration of her Life will be held at 10:00 a.m., Friday, May 13, 2016 at Calvary Chapel Eastside.

Arrangements are by The Springs Funeral Services. 
Patterson, Treon Elaine (I298)
1056 TRIMONT - A Celebration of Life service for Oliver Sandmeyer, 72, of Trimont, Minn., will be at Trinity Lutheran Church in Trimont, with Rev. John Meyer officiating. Burial will be in Elm Creek Cemetery, rural Trimont, Minn., with full military honors by the Foster-Bernhardt American Legion Post #373 of Trimont.

Oliver was called to his eternal rest on Saturday morning, May 9, 2015, at his home in Trimont, Minn.

Oliver Walter Sandmeyer was born May 14, 1942, in St. James, Minn., to Walter and Evelyn (Swenson) Sandmeyer. He attended school in Madelia and graduated with the class of 1960. Oliver then served in the U.S. Army from 1961 until 1963. After his honorable discharge, he returned to Minnesota and lived in Mountain Lake, where he served as a part-time police officer. He then moved to Trimont and was employed at the Monterey Rendering Company and was a part-time police officer for the city of Trimont. On April 22, 1967, he was united in marriage to Joanne Goossen at Mountain Lake, Minn. After their marriage, they lived in Trimont, where Oliver was employed at the Trimont Elevator, Carlson Drainage and helped various farmers in the area. He then was a truck driver for Rohman Truck and K & R Transfer and later owned and operated Sandmeyer Trucking. Olie was employed for Trimont Wood Products and most recently for Rosburg Construction in Welcome. Oliver was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Trimont and the Foster-Bernhardt American Legion Post #373 and its firing squad. He enjoyed farming, fixing things, visiting with people and driving around town and in the country in his truck. Moving snow in the winter and helping people out he greatly enjoyed doing. Most of all, he loved being with his family and especially his grandchildren.

Survivors include: his children, Kevin Sandmeyer of Fairmont, Minn., Katherine Dougherty of Streeter, N.D., Kelly Sandmeyer of Trimont, Minn., Michael Sandmeyer and Allen Sandmeyer, both of Trimont, Minn.; six grandchildren, Tiffany Borntrager, Brook Dougherty, Lucas Dougherty, Christian Sandmeyer, Reese Sandmeyer and Hunter Schmidtke; two great-grandchildren, Kenneth and Kourtney Stirling; brothers, sisters and in-laws, Clifford Sandmeyer of Maplewood, Minn., Elizabeth Newhope of Madelia, Minn., Gloria Sandmeyer of St. James, Minn., Lucille Rouslang and husband, Jim of Maple Grove, Minn., and David Sandmeyer and his wife, Karen of Lakeville, Minn.; mother-in-law, Eva Goossen of Trimont; brothers and sisters-in-law, Barb Hampton and special friend, Calvin of Colorado Springs, Colo., Janet Jones and her husband, Steven of Brandon, S.D., Glenda Homan and her husband, Ron of Minneapolis, Minn., Vyonne "Goossen" Adams of Trimont, Becky Stewart and her husband, Mark of Eagle Lake, Minn., Roger Goossen and his wife, Nyla of St. James, Randy Goossen and his wife, Margaret of Westminster, Colo., Steve "Oppie" Goossen and his wife, Michelle of Benson, Minn.; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Oliver was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Joanne on Dec. 27, 2007; brother, Paul Sandmeyer; father-in-law, Jonas Goossen; brother-in-law, Thomas Goossen; and other relatives 
Sandmeyer, Oliver Walter (I1268)
1057 Trouwregister Hervormde gemeente Burgwerd Hichtum Hartwerd

Bron: DTB TrouwenSoort registratie: DTB inschrijving trouwenDatum: 12-05-1748Soort akte: bevestiging huwelijk
zij heeft een schriftelijke approbatie van haar vader Jouke Ybes, zij woont ten huize van Jelle Lykles 
Family F662
1058 Trust in him at all times
Psalm 62 verse 8 
Goossen, Jacob H. (I324)
1059 Twin brother with Lawrence. Goosen, Michael Martin (I1322)
1060 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goosen, Lawrence Blake (I1323)
1061 Uitvaartmis in de parochiekerk van de H. Luduina aan de Rijksstraatweg te Haarlem. Mayland, Johanna Maria (I4445)
1062 UMC Radboud Nijmegen - Hemofilie Jansen, Willy Carl Johan (I6003)
1063 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F44
1064 vader: Knoll, Ida (I4385)
1065 Vaderland Immigration Ship 29 Jun 1877 Philadelphia
29 jun 1877 
Goossen, Franz M. (I222)
1066 VAN DER POEL Pieter van der Poel * Leiden, Nederland 29.4.1667 ≈ Hooglandsche Kerk, Leiden 8.5.1667 a. c. 1688, word vryburger en welgestelde en gesiene persoon aan die Kaap, eienaar v. plaas aan Liesbeekrivier asook ses huise in Kaapstad † Kaapstad 29.9.1715 x Kaapstad 12.4.1693 Johanna VIANT (Vyandt) * Amsterdam 30.11.1674 ≈ Amsterdam 25.1.1675 † Kaapstad 30.11.1714 d.v. Claes Vyant en Maria Jans van der Poel, Pieter (I740)
1067 Verdronken op 14-jarige leeftijd. Mayland, Gustav (I5623)
1068 Verhuisd naar: Vanderbijlpark ZdAfr (280161) Burink, Gerard (I5416)
1069 verhuisd op 26-01-1911 naar Den Haag Doedijnstraat 17
verhuisd op 04-02-1914 naar Schiedam Bruggemanstraat 40
verhuisd op 14-07-1914 naar Jan Steenstraat 12
verhuisd op 09-07-1925 naar Jan Steenstraat 14
begraven in familiegraf Nieuw Eik en Duinen 2e klasse A no 124 te DenHaag
broers: Albertus 16-08-1843
Adrianus 05-03-1883 + 03-12-1884
Adrianus 10-09-1887
zusters: Hendrika Johanna 02-03-1872
Adriana Maria 05-07-1873
Maria 13-08-1877 
van Heel, Pieternella (I13)
1070 vestigde zich op 1 mei 1842 in de Noordermeer
Als dienstmeiden werkten Aaltje de Boer uit Vollendam, Aaltje Doffer uit Hensbroek, Neeltje Buis geboren in 1829 te Ursem, werkte er van 2 februari 1852 tot 1 april 1854. Marijtje van Stralen geboren in 1828 werkte er van 25 december 1854 tot 26 januari 1864. Zij kwam uit Spanbroek en ging daarna naar Venhuizen. Aaltje Baas kwam daar op 28 maart 1857 werken zij kwam uit Abbekerk.
Als knechten werkten Lourens de Boer geboren in 1825 te Obdam tot 1850.
Jacob Koning geboren in 1829 te Avenhorn werkte er van 1850 tot 1853. 
Steur, Jacob (I5227)
1071 Volgens Church of Latter Day Goosen, Evert Louwe (I1)
1072 Volgens geboorteakte Utingeradeel,1865, heeft Marcus Wybes Vleeshouwer aangifte gedaan van zoon Pier Vleeschouwer d.d. 8 februari 1865 geboren 7 februari 1865, Pier heeft bij zijn huwelijk afstand gedaan van de naam Vleeshouwer.

Pier is geboren in Marcus zijn schip liggende te Akkrum. 
Flobbe, Pier (I2015)
1073 voor 03-1699 overleden Goossen, Jannetje (I151)
1074 voor 03/1659 overleden Goossen, Marijnis (I170)
1075 voor 04-1663 overleden Goossen, Marinus (I172)
1076 voor 19-07-1769 overleden Goossen, Cornelis Jacobsz. (I190)
1077 voor 19-07-1769 overleden Goossen, Maria (I192)
1078 Waarschijnlijk 10 April 1956 naar Ottawa, Canada geëmigreerd. Godri, Cornelis (I4947)

Walter D. Goossen was born the 10th son of Franz M. and Suzanna (Doerksen) Goossen on June 21, 1915 in Hillsboro, Kansas. His life was marked by faithful service to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Saved at the age of 10, he was an avid student of the Word of God.

Walter graduated from Hillsboro Bible Academy in 1933, took correspondence courses from Moody Bible Institute, and attended school in Denver. In the fall of 1941 he started his two year Bible School at Oklahoma Bible Academy. Later he attended Grace Bible Institute in Omaha, Nebraska.
On August 15, 1943, Walter married Ethel Marie Koehn of Orienta, Oklahoma. At his death, he was survived by his wife, five children, twelve grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and expecting two more great grandchildren.

Walter began serving the Lord with the "Go Ye" Mission in the spring of 1943. He taught children in Bible schools in the northeast Oklahoma area. After his marriage to Ethel, they continued their work with the "Go Ye" Mission. In the spring of 1946, Walter was ordained as a preacher/elder, Walter and Ethel served as missionaries with the Hopi Indians in Arizona for six years. Following their missionary service, Walter pastored churches in Muskogee and Stillwater, Oklahoma and Kiowa and Augusta, Kansas.

In and between serving as pastor, Walter served as deacon, elder, and Sunday School teacher in churches he attended. He was always involved in evangelistic ministry, whether talking to people along the lakeside or going door-to-door. His love for the Lord was evident in his life.

Walter also did carpentry work, and his abilities to build, fix and repair, led him back to work at the "Go Ye" Mission in his retirement years. But his enthusiasm for serving his Lord was not limited to the maintenance side. He became involved in the Prison Ministry. He didn't just teach the prisoners, but developed friendships with them.

Walter was faithful in service to the Lord. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

(Info by 
Goossen, Walter Dwight (I291)
1080 Was Shipwrecked on the Wild Coast, near Cebe. Her father was a cook onthe ship, which was transporting coffee. She earned a living in Manubiworking for the Forestry Dept, and later became a Letter Writer toassist the local communicate with relatives in the Mines and elsewhere. Lawrence, Margaret (I123)
1081 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1876
1082 Who's Who - Yearbook
Her taunt, to startle and waylay. 
Forster, Anna May (I1244)
1083 Wife of George Goossen, married 7-21-1951 at rural Goessel, KS. Daughter of John D. & Lydia Wiebe Pankratz. Mother of Keith Goossen, Sandra Blackmore & Kathy Woelk. Sister of Harvey and John Pankratz.  Pankratz, Lorena (I349)
1084 Wilhelmina Frederika Looijen 1946 Looijen, Wille (I2196)

William F. Goossen was born May 29, 1904, near Hillsboro, Marion County, the son of F. M. Goossen and Susie Duerksen Goossen. In 1923 on May 20, he was baptized by the Rev. Heinrich Danman upon the confession of his faith in Jesus Christ his personal savior and joined the Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church.

He married Susie Wedel November 17, 1927. To this union which covered 10 years five months and six days was blessed with two children, one son, Joseph Willard, and one daughter, Rosella Frieda.

In the spring of 1928 they came to Thomas County to make their new home on a farm. Here they lived about ten years and under the heavenly Father's protection and care their daily needs were always supplied. He never lost courage even when the crops of the last years were but small.

When in September 1937 the Meadow Mennonite Church, of Mingo was organized they became charter members and with great hope and joy they looked forward to the time when they would have their own standing minister. He is the first to be called to his eternal reward after the organization of the church.

In the spring of 1937 he began to complain that he was not feeling well and when his condition became alarming he consulted a physician. On November 2, he entered the Bethesda hospital as a patient. After six weeks he was dismissed and they made plans to return to their home in Thomas County, but the Lord in His wisdom had a different plan.

On April 3, 1938, he suffered a serious relapse and was brought again to the Bethesda Hospital, at Goessel, where he passed away quietly on April 23 at 4:20 A.M. His age at the time of his death was 33 years, 10 months and 25 days. His disease was kidney trouble and high blood pressure and was at times very painful.

He leaves to mourn his early death, his wife, two children, the parents, nine brothers, two foster sisters,
nine sister-in-laws, two brother-in-laws and many other relatives and friends.

His funeral was held April 26 in the Tabor Church (while painting was done in the Alexanderwohl Church) with burial in the Alexanderwohl Cemetery.

(Info from 
Goossen, William F. (I238)
1086 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Maass, Kathe (I384)
1087 Woonachtig in Auckland, Nieuw-Zeeland met 3 kinderen. Family F1283
1088 Woonde in Kleef (Dld), Nijmegen, Tiel, Belgie.
Bij de wet van 8 juli 1907 genaturaliseerd als Nederlander. 
Maass, Johann Gerhard (I382)
1089 Woonde tot zijn dood bij zijn broer Otto en schoonzuster Annechien op het "olderiek stee". van Bergen, Martinus Teunis (I3496)
1090 Worked for the Dept. State License Bureau for 22 yrs. Goosen, Mary Ann (I35)
1091 Year: 1880; Census Place: Mountain Lake, Cottonwood, Minnesota; Roll:T9_617; Family History Film: 1254617; Page: 22.2000; EnumerationDistrict: 33; Image: 0546 Goossen, Heinrich Johann N. (I20)
ASD AdeRuijterw 23 I (23-02-1931)
Bilderdijkkade 36hs (28-08-1934)
Bilderdijkkade 32ahs (06-10-1939)
PB479724 (08-08-1941) 
Steman, Willem Adrianus (I505)
1093 Zij is geboren uit Hongaars-Oostenrijkse ouders. Sukert, Elizabeth Maria (I3417)
1094 Zij is op 06-11-1935 vertrokken naar Lahore, India van Gompel, Jannetje (I801)
1095 Zij is overleden op 2 februari 1860 in Zijpe, zij was toen 30 jaar oud, in het kraambed. Boontjes, Maartje (I4769)
1096 Zij was de jongste van het zestal en was wat "Wonnerliek". Een groot deel van haar leven heeft ze doorgebracht in het "Waarkhoes"van de Diakonie van de Hervormde kerk te Eelde. van Bergen, Klazie (I3447)
1097 Zonder geloof

Aangekomen op 14-10-1944
Vanaf plaats Amersfoort*
Kampnummer 56303

Combee, Leendert (I482)

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