his comment is here While vacationing in the Netherlands, I had an opportunity to go to Friesland and see the small town of Ureterp where some of my ancestors lived before emigrating to the United States.
next page The church they attended is still there and we found the gravestone of my great-great-grandfather’s sister still in the graveyard adjacent to the church. Until recently, the gravestones of my great-great-great-grandfather (and his wife) were in the same cemetery.
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