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1051 Roden, overlijdensakte van levenloos kind, 31 augustus 1885, aktenr. 27
Overledene: NN Belga, geboren te Roderwolde (Roden) op 29-08-1885; overleden te Roderwolde (Roden) op 29-08-1885, dochter van Jan Belga, beroep: schipper, en Janna Koops, beroep: zonder. 
Belga (I1454)
1052 Roden, overlijdensakte, 1 september 1883, aktenr. 38
Overledene: Bote Belga, geboren te Roden op 31-08-1883; beroep: zonder; overleden te Roderwolde (Roden) op 31-08-1883, zoon van Jan Belga, beroep: schipper, en Janna Koops, beroep: zonder.
NB. oud 3 uur. 
Belga, Bote (I1453)
1053 Roden, overlijdensakte, 19 april 1880, aktenr. 17
Overledene: Bote Belga, geboren te Roden op 14-04-1880; beroep: zonder; overleden te Roderwolde (Roden) op 17-04-1880; oud: 3 dagen, zoon van Jan Belga, beroep: schipper, en Janna Koops, beroep: zonder. 
Belga, Bote (I1451)
1054 Saint Catherines Cemetery, Ravenna, Muskegon County, Michigan Goossen, Marie E. Louise (I19)
1055 Schagen, selectie uit de transporten 1785-1801
Blz. 180

Jan Pietersz Hogendorp verkoopt in publieke veiling aan Wijbrand Dekker, regeerend Burgemeester deeser steede, woonend op de Lagedijk, „een stukje zaadland, groot vier
geersen, vijf sneesen en tien roeden, … , geleegen agter de Hoep onder Schagen, belent den kooper ten oosten en westen …‟

(Actum 15-03-1791)  
Dekker, Wijbrand Thijsz (I4607)
1056 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goosen, Robert Kenneth (I769)
1057 Sergeant-Majoor Osterhaus, Petrus Johannes Hendrikus (I783)
1058 She is adopted. Goosen, Linda Margaretha (I1209)
1059 She sometimes cooks for cafes, baby sits, worked in homes for the aged, did some commercial sewing. Goossen, Elaine Carol (I375)
ASD div adressen (1-1-1921)
AdeRuyterweg 467 I (20-7-1934)
PB111369 ing (13-6-1941) 
Dekker, Jan Pieter (I4748)
1061 Spaanse griep. van Bergen, Kornelis (I3269)
1062 Spaanse griep. Biek, Frederika (I3538)
1063 Spent a good part of her life as a press operator in a dry
cleaning plant. 
Goossen, Mary (I532)
1064 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goossen, Linda (I570)
1065 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Steur, Johannes Jacobus Jozef (I388)
1066 Stiefzoon. Schoppenhauer, Walter Bartholomeus (I5412)
1067 Stiefzoon. Burink, Johannes Bartholomeus (I5413)
1068 Stuyvesantstraat 47hs, Amsterdam
van Houweningenstraat 69 II, Amsterdam (25-4-1939)
van Houweningenstraat 37hs, Amsterdam (31-8-1939)
Johannalaan 17, Baarn (26-11-1940) 
Breuker, Cornelis Johannes (I244)

Mrs. Peter H. Schmidt, nee Susanna Wedel, of Route 2, Canton, Kansas, daughter of John W. Wedel and Katherine Schmidt Wedel, was born January 24, 1902 in Marion County, Kansas. She graduated from the Gordon Elementary School and attended the Preparatory School in Goessel for two years.

She was baptized on May 15, 1921 by Elder P. H. Unruh and received into the Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church where she remained a faithful member until her death.

On November 17, 1927 she was married to William Goossen. During most of their married life they resided in Colby, Kansas. Two children Joseph and Rosella, were born to this union. Mr. Goossen died April 23, 1938.

On June 11, 1939 she was married to Peter H. Schmidt. To this union was born one son, Eldon LeRoy.

Some 20 years ago it was discovered that she was the victim of a lingering disease, from which she became an invalid about 10 years later. With God's help, she was able to accept her suffering patiently. She was a good Christian wi fe and mother. She retained a clear mind and an active interest in others. She was able to spend most of her time at the farm, but was transferred to the Shiloh Manor at Canton last July.
Here she passed on to her eternal reward on September 13, 1967, having reached the age of 65 years.

Those remaining to cherish the memory of her life are her husband Peter H.; four children, Edna and husband, Willie Nickel, Route 1, Canton; Rev. Joseph and wife Elaine, Nova Russas, Ceara, South America; Rosella and husband, Arthur Goering, Wichita; Eldon and wife Sandra, Route 2, Canton; 13 grandchildren; two sisters, Frieda of Goessel, and Louise, Mrs. P. D. Dirks, Buhler; and other friends and relatives.

(Info from 
Schmidt, Susanna Wedel (I239)
1070 Susie (Flaming) Goossen Obituary

Susie (Flaming) Goossen was born to Abraham J. and Eva Flaming April 28, 1907 at Hydro, Oklahoma. She departed this life at the Longmont (Colorado) United Hospital, September 26, 1988, where she had been a patient for two weeks.

Susie was one of a family of four boys and seven girls. Her brothers Henry, John and Jake and her sisters Martha, Marie, Katherine, Anna and Emma preceded her in death. Her older brother, Herman, and his wife Freda, live in Newton, Kansas. Her younger sister, Agnes and her husband, Marvin Loewen, live in Los Osos, California.

Susie realized her need of salvation from sin so by faith she received Jesus Christ as her Saviour. She was baptized by Rev. John Lichti and joined the Medford (Oklahoma) Mennonite Church.

On October 4, 1931, Susie was joined in marriage to Abraham B. Goossen. They homesteaded in Western Kansas, where they lived all their married lives. They were married for 54 years when Abe was called to his Heavenly home on January 25, 1986.

They were charter members of the Meadow Mennonite Church, which later became the Mingo Bible Church. Susie was one of the eight charter members present at the 50th anniversary of the church a year ago. She was faithful and very interested in missions until the time of her death.

Mother's interest were domestic. In earlier years she was adapt to crocheting and embroidery work. Later she picked up latch hook. In our early home we remember mother utilizing scraps of fabric into braided rugs.

She coveted and cherished visits from friends and family. Her door was always open and her welcome mat always out for us. Her gentle and quiet counsel will long be remembered.

Her family of three children has extended to a family of seventeen, all surviving to the present. They are: Lois Irene and Levi Siebert of Thornton, Colorado and their children, Lloyd, Sherri and Mark Sems, Kevin and Debi (Bell); Lorena and Albert Wahl of Lynn Lake, Manitoba, Canada; Ralph and Gloria (Buller) Goossen of Colby, Kansas; their children, Debra, Kimberly and Brian. Three great-grandchildren are Matthew, Rochelle and Rebecca Sems. 
Flaming, Susie (I243)
1071 Sy ongetroude dogter is byu hom gebly en na die huishouding omgesien. Goosen, Martha Susanna (I613)
1072 Sy was die ouma grootjie van Staatpresident Paul Kruger Potgieter, Catharina Maria (I109)
1073 Tempagnano Valdottavo is in the comune of Borgo a Mozzano. Meconi, Pietro (I725)
1074 Terry and Noble are from Linda and adopted by Kenneth. Family F148
1075 The first one to leave the family circle and went to her eternal
Goossen, Sara (I522)
1076 The Lord is my shepherd; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. Psalm 23 Taylor, Linda Joyce (I891)
1077 Their years were spent farming at Onida, SD. Goossen, George (I505)
1078 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goossen, John (I542)
1079 They spent their first years doing road work. They came to the old farm and farmed for some timeand retired to Fresno, CA. Goossen, Peter (I525)
1080 They spent their time farming at Onida, SD, but soon left the farm and moved to Piedmont, SD and took up carpenter work. Goossen, Abram (I433)
1081 They spent their time farming at Onida, SD, but soon left the farm andmoved to Piedmont, SD and took up carpenter work. Goossen, Abe (I504)
1082 TIEL GK
RT (10Feb26)
Da Costastr 3a (18Mei37)
Molenweg 240
PB 882 (10Oct1941)
ROCKANJE (12Mei44)
Vleerdamschedijk 6
RT Mathenesserdijk 269 (10Sep45)
BLOKKER Bangert 339 (13Feb48)
ZWAAG Bangert 339
BLOKKER Bangert 28 KV (4Oct48)
ASD Jac.v.Lennepstraat 191 HS (2Mrt53)
Reitzstr 19 hs (19Apr55)
JvLennepstr 161 I (17okt56)
N Beetsstr 71 I (1spr63)
JvLennepstr 161 I (17jul63)
Maass, Josephus Julius Martinus (I381)
1083 Tieme van Bergen uit Roden. Hij werd door de Grüne Polizei op 3 mei 1943 tijden de mei-staking bij het huis van zijn ouders te Steenbergen vermoord. van Bergen, Tiem (Tieme) (I3065)
1084 Tiemon, stuurman, is overleden 18 augustus 1847 op het schip Helena, zeilend op de Noordzee. Tolner, Timon (I2867)
1085 Tijdens de tweede wereldoorlog overlijdt hij ten gevolge van een bombardement in Hannover op 10 augustus 1944. van Bergen, Teunis Hilbrand (I3623)
1086 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)
1087 Todd & Trent might be adopted by Robert Lee. Family F146
1088 Toevallig geboren in Hoogkerk, haar vader en moeder hadden hier de ligplaats, in het Hoendiep, voor hun schip gekozen. Postma, Durks Haakje (I3392)
1089 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)
1090 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)
1091 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)
1092 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
1093 Trust in him at all times
Psalm 62 verse 8 
Goossen, Jacob H. (I324)
1094 Twin brother with Lawrence. Goosen, Michael Martin (I1322)
1095 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goosen, Lawrence Blake (I1323)
1096 Uitvaartmis in de parochiekerk van de H. Luduina aan de Rijksstraatweg te Haarlem. Mayland, Johanna Maria (I4445)
1097 UMC Radboud Nijmegen - Hemofilie Jansen, Willy Carl Johan (I6003)
1098 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F44
1099 vader: Knoll, Ida (I4385)
1100 Vaderland Immigration Ship 29 Jun 1877 Philadelphia
29 jun 1877 
Goossen, Franz M. (I222)

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