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Hendrika Baars (Ridens, Barham)

Persoonskaart

Bijkomende namen

Bijkomende namen Naam
Gehuwde naam Anna Ridens
Andere naam Ann Baars
Naamsvariatie Anna Baarse
Gehuwde naam Barham

Ouders

vader Geboortedatum moeder Geboortedatum
Gijsbertus Baars 09.02.1814 Helena Vermeer (Baars) 27.06.1811

Persoonsgebeurtenissen

Soort gebeurtenis Datum Plaats Omschrijving
Geboorte 24.12.1844 Maurik, Gelderland, Nederland
Emigratie 14.09.1846 Vertrek vanaf Texel met het schip 'Angelique'
Immigratie 03.11.1846 Aankomst New York, USA
Overlijden BET 1903 AND 1910 Beardstown, Perry County, Tennessee, United States of America

Notities

Arrived in New York City, United States in 1846 with the Angeleque (Angelique)
On the passenger list are:
Gijsbertus Baars 31 years - Carpenter
Helena Vermeer Baars 34 years
Gijsbertus Baars 3 years
Hendrika Baars 2 years

Hendrika arrive with her parents in U. S. of America 3.11.1846 and moved with them to Beardstown Community in Perry County, Tennessee. Once in America, Hendrika began using her “American” name “Ann.” Ann never learned to speak very much English but rather preferred to communicate in Dutch all her life. She married for the first time on 19.4.1881 to William J. Ridens. They had two daughters: Sallie Matt Ridens – born 11.9.1881 in Humphreys County, Tennessee and Lena Mae Ridens – born 4.10.1884 in Beardstown Tennessee. After this marriage, Ann married the second time to Balaam Barham on 7.2.1892. She and Balaam had no children and divorced shortly after their marriage. It is unknown when Hendrika Ann actually died or where she is buried. However, she was known to be alive in 1903 but is not shown in any census records in 1910 and later. Some believe that Hendrika Ann is buried in an unmarked grave between two stones in the Beardstown Cemetery beside the grave stones for her parents George and Lena Baars.