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I'm from Holland, born and still living in Twente , close to the German border, in this and some surounding area's a lot of people still speak 'Twents', a dialect also called 'Nedersaksisch' (Low Saxon), so most people born in this area, if they were raised by parents still speaking this dialect, can easily communicate with eachother, wether they are from Germany or from the Netherlands. It's also very handy for reading and understanding the 'ancient' manuscripts /archives, because In the means -Century, Low Saxon (Middle Low German ) was a very prominent language, which, among other things, served as the official language of the Hanseatic League.
Unfortunately nowadays this dialect is seen as 'countrified' and children at school only learn Dutch and the dialect is increasingly dissapearing
|M My great great grand mother Mattje Martsen Scholte next to her house, her husband and probably her adult sons in front of it, this was a traditional so called 'Spitkeet'('Spit shack') in Opende, Friesland. People had to build it in one day (24 h) and than they would be the rightful owners of that piece of Land and the house, the little shed probably was a 'hen house', because of the mostly large families and because they were not allowed to expand the house after it was build, people built 'hen houses', the only way to 'expand' and create more room for either themselves or some of the many children|
And who doesn't ??! Our family, at some point, of course hit the 'Brick wall' , after many years finally and thanks Wiki tree (!) it finally was resolved and we got reconnected with a whole and for many years 'lost' (emigration USA) branche of our family. The new cousin Ronald from America who mailed me with 'just some questions' about some relatives, him standing at the other side of the same 'Brick wall', turned out to be a real kindred spirit and very active fellow genealogist, when we realized after some mailing and puzzling we really solved this huge Brick wall together and that we actually were cousins, well gues only fellow geneologists can understand how awesome this experience was for both of us solving this as direct descendants!
|Brick wall breaktrough|
My cousin for many years had been trying to find the answer why the family had chosen Scholte for last name , so he asked if maybe I had any ideas , I didn't, so I tried if I could find the answer for him ( myself) , and others of course who might also be curious about that, found, as he told me, the best answer for his question he had ever heard, so we both guess this is the most logical reason for the family name Scholte (why they took that for last name) interested ? see Sjoukje Geerts Scholte
In my search for my husband and his family tree, I came across this family member, a 'famous' Dutch criminal Durk Tabak, how hilarious, cause at first , didn't know if and how he was related to my husband(!) we were making jokes that he probably was related to this criminal, my husband, always bragging about his family and their coat of arms, laughing and told me well I bet he's related to you somehow, since your family was poor and living in the area were mostly the poor and/or criminal lived. After more research I discovered there was no connection at all with my husband indeed and my husband was laughing his head of when he was right , this 'famous' criminal with no connection at all to my husband or his family , was...related to me ??! My great grandmothers Trijntje Nicolai sister Grietje Nicolai was his aunt.
|'Genealogy Bug' poem by Alice Mickey Weddle |
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On 23 Nov 2017 at 16:52 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:
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On 15 Nov 2017 at 07:51 GMT Herman Overmars wrote:
Ik heb nu twee keer een Alexander Schimmelpenninck van Oye gevonden die met een Anna Appelthorn getrouwd is, in dezelfde bloedlijn alleen de eerste is rond 1603, allebei met een Zoon Assueer van Schimmelpenninck van Oye. Op dit moment is kloppen de gegevens van Alexander Schimmelpenninck van Oye 3 niet helemaal, ik ga daar nog even mee aan de gang Groetjes Herman
On 14 Nov 2017 at 18:33 GMT Margreet Beers wrote:
Kan jij kijken bij Beers-548. De LNAB moet veranderd worden naar Baars, conform de naamgevingsconventie. De profielbeheerder is al bijna een jaar niet online geweest en ik kan zelf niet het DR project toevoegen als manager aan het profiel, maar daar hoort het wel thuis.
On 12 Nov 2017 at 20:23 GMT Roelof Scholtens wrote:
Kun jij Jans-2195 die dezelfde als Jans-2211 samenvoegen?
On 10 Nov 2017 at 21:50 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:
On 10 Nov 2017 at 17:37 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote: