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Maria Johanna de Vos (1891 - 1952)

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Maria Johanna de Vos
Born in Vleuten, Utrecht, Nederlandmap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 12 Jan 1912 in Vleuten, Utrecht, Nederlandmap
Died in Apeldoorn, Gelderland, Nederlandmap
Profile last modified 30 Apr 2019 | Created 15 Sep 2018
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Nederlanders na 1811
Maria Johanna de Vos is geboren in Utrecht na 1811


  • Maria Johanna de Vos was born March 17, 1891 in Vleuten, Utrecht, Nederland. [1]
  • Her father is Hendrik de Vos (1842 Bunnik-1922 Vleuten).
  • Her mother is Apolonia Piek (1855 Beest-1922 Woerden).




  • Maria Johanna de Vos died February 5, 1952 in Apeldoorn, Gelderland; she was 60 years old. [3]


  1. Birth: [ Source citation = The Utrecht Archives in Utrecht (Netherlands), Civil registration births Vleuten 1891, Vleuten, archive 481, inventory number 157-07, 18-03-1891, record number 11
  2. Marriage: Source citation = The Utrecht Archives in Utrecht (Netherlands), Civil registration marriages Vleuten 1912, Vleuten, archive 463, inventory number 168-08, 12-01-1912, record number 1
  3. Death: Source citation = Gelders Archive in Arnhem (Netherlands), Civil registration deaths Apeldoorn, Apeldoorn, archive 207A, inventory number 16626, 06-02-1952, record number 122

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