All trees and branches in the English-speaking countries worked out

The last weeks all data from FindMyPast.co.uk has been analysed and processed with as result various new twigs and branches at various family trees in the English-speaking countries:

  • Neuenhaus – descendants of Anthonie (1834) found in the UK (Kensington-London).
  • Neuenhaus – there are two other small twigs found, Anton Cornelis Jozinus (1870) in California/Alabama and Jacobus (1878) in North Carolina, both with living descendants in the US.
  • Zwartsluis – Egbert van Dorsten (1897) from Meppel left on november 16, 1926 to America – New Jersey with still an existing branch. This also applies for descendants of Roelof (1879) in Ontaria.
  • Zwartsluis – descendants of Andries (1869) have emigrated to Canada-Alberta where the branch still exists.
  • Zwartsluis – there’s a decent branch originated in New Zealand with descendants of Roelof (1866).
  • Leiden – the grandson of ancestor Barent, Hermanus Bernardus (1766), who went to America has created a big branch with many descendants that originated in Stark – Ohio.
  • Abroad – the tribe that originated from Oldenburg in Germany and settled in Minster (Auglaize) in Ohio has delivered a large tribe with the name Dorsten (so without ‘van’).

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