Johanna den Dekker
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Johanna den Dekker

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Johanna M. den Dekker aka Howard, Carter
Born 1940s.
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Sister of , [private brother (1940s - unknown)], [private sister (1940s - unknown)] and [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
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Mother of [private daughter (1960s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
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I emigrated to Australia with my parents Adrianus and Geerdina in 1957. landed in Fremantle on 1957/10/25. continued to Melbourne on the Johan van Oldenbarneveldt. Then we were transferred via overland train to Adelaide. We stayed in the Woodside camp for several days before being transferred to the Glenelg Migrant Hostel where we lived in Nissan huts for several months before my parents rented a house at 5 Gloucester Ave Belair. I only went to school for 1 week in Glenelg until the school holidays. I had no idea how to communicate with the other children and refused to go back (13.1/2 years of age) my parents found a position for me through the local priest helping a couple in their home. Luckily I was well treated and traveled extensively with them until I was married at age 21. I have no idea now how I learned to read and write English. I used to have books and dictionaries and looked up every word I couldn't understand.

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posted by Bill Sekel Jr
I am fairly new to genealogical tracing and am trying to trace my children's heritage through their grandfather Frederick Wlliam Brewer. Also my partner's lineage through the surname of Politz. I have traced back Politz to Germany in the 1800's. My mother's family Teulings was fairly easy. All very well documented by several people. My father's den Dekker traces back to the 1400's. I really feel I would like to work on these as with so many changes in our social structure it may become a lot more difficult as there is so much movement around the world combined with different relationships.
posted by Johanna den Dekker

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