Belia Johanna Jacoba ACKERMAN

Name
Belia Johanna Jacoba ACKERMAN
Given names
Belia Johanna Jacoba
Surname
ACKERMAN
  1. Generation 1
    1. Belia Johanna Jacoba ACKERMAN. She married Jan Johannes SCHIETEKAT, son of Nicolaas Hendrikus SCHIETEKAT and Christina Jacoba PRIEM, on April 9, 1912 in Philadelphia, , SUID AFRIKA,. He was born on June 6, 1883 and died on August 9, 1914 in Donkergat, , SUID AFRIKA, at the age of 31.

      Children of Belia Johanna Jacoba ACKERMAN and Jan Johannes SCHIETEKAT:

      1. Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT (1913)
      2. Dirk Ackerman SCHIETEKAT (1914)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT, son of Jan Johannes SCHIETEKAT and Belia Johanna Jacoba ACKERMAN, was born on January 19, 1913. He married Baby VAN ROOYEN.

      Children of Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT and Baby VAN ROOYEN:

      1. Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT (19351991)
    2. Dirk Ackerman SCHIETEKAT, son of Jan Johannes SCHIETEKAT and Belia Johanna Jacoba ACKERMAN, was born on April 14, 1914.

  3. Generation 3back to top
    1. Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT, son of Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT and Baby VAN ROOYEN, was born on August 9, 1935 and died on August 10, 1991 at the age of 56. He married Aletta Johanna Petronella VAN WYK on May 12, 1962.

      Children of Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT and Aletta Johanna Petronella VAN WYK:

      1. Don SCHIETEKAT (1964)
      2. Riaan SCHIETEKAT (1965)
      3. Renier SCHIETEKAT (1969)
MarriageJan Johannes SCHIETEKATView this family
April 9, 1912
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Birth of a son
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Gerhardus Cornelis SCHIETEKAT
January 19, 1913

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Birth of a son
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Dirk Ackerman SCHIETEKAT
April 14, 1914

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Death of a husbandJan Johannes SCHIETEKAT
August 9, 1914
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Unique identifier
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Last change July 18, 201505:02:09

MarriageE-pos Hardie Joubert aan Jan Greyling
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