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Upon retirement an interest was taken in researching the origins of the Dutch-indonesian families van Holtz and Kuyp, resulting in the following earliest European ancestors:
Franz Thilo vom Holtze, Vogt zu Barrien (Amt Syke), ~1657 - 25 Dec 1732
Meimerich Ritterhoffs (aka Ridderhofs), Barrien 20 Jun 1702 - ?
Harmen Stille, Bremen 1708 - ?
Adelheit Baelau, daughter of Johann, Harpstedt 1710 - ?
Sophia Catharina Elisabeth Kracke (aka Kraken), daughter of Johann Peter and Sophia Eleonora Kayser, Rannenberg ~1782 - Bremen 30 Nov 1843
Johann Heinrich Christoph Steinmann, Mühlenmeister zu Wolfenbüttel, ? - 1824
Sophie Caroline Elisabeth Zeitz, ? - after 1825 (area of Wolfenbüttel)
Heinrich Daniel Schaper, Brauer zu Helmstedt, ~ 1780 - ?
Juliane Henriette Nievert, ~ 1780 - ? (area of Helmstedt)
Johann Franz Böger, Landthierarzt Fürstenthum Waldeck, Brakel 15 Jun 1785 - Leiborn 20 Dec 1830
- First-hand information. Entered by Richard van Holtz at registration.
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- van dem Holte / vamme Holte / vam Holte: patrician family in Hamburg, Germany, and vicinity (Holstein)
- a popular german derivative of the "niederdeutsche" name of "vam Holte" into use in the 17th century and later
- (von) Holtz: coming from Bremen, Hamburg and, generally, from Holstein and Pomerania
- vom Holtze: a variation of the "niederdeutsche" name of "vam Holte" which came into use in the 17th century
- a variation of the "niederdeutsche" name of "vam Holte" which came into use in the 17th century
- sometimes used in the USA for the original name of "von Holtz"
- a popular german derivative of the original "niederdeutsche" name of "vam Holte"
- coming from Bremen, Hamburg and, generally, from Holstein