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Lydia Gertruida Bruggers Wolbert
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Birth: Feb. 22, 1885
Muscatine County
Iowa, USA
Death: Dec. 19, 1959
Merced
Merced County
California, USA

Lydia Gertruida Bruggers daughter of Hendrik Jan Bruggers and Johanna Gertrude (TeSelle) Bruggers Thomas was born February 22, 1885 in Muscatine County, Iowa.

On December 17, 1903, Lydia married Thomas Wolbert the son of George G. Wolbert Sr. and Renske "Sarah" (Kuiken) Wolbert in Kansas. To this union were born four children:

Harold John Wolbert
Josephine Wolbert
Tracy Wolbert
Della Gertrude Wolbert

Lydia passed away December 19, 1959 in Merced, California where is she buried.
(bio by: travia4 )
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Hendrik Jan Bruggers (1841 - 1914)
  Janna Geertruid Aleida TeSelle Bruggers (1851 - 1924)
 
 Spouse:
  Thomas Wolbert (1876 - 1954)*
 
 Children:
  Della G McElfresh (1917 - 2008)*
 
 Siblings:
  Janna Willemina Bruggers Sywassink (1875 - 1962)*
  Gerrit Hendrik Bruggers (1877 - 1956)*
  Janna Berndina Bruggers Wolberd (1879 - 1955)*
  Jan Hendrick Bruggers (1883 - 1971)*
  Lydia Gertruida Bruggers Wolbert (1885 - 1959)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Mother
 
Burial:
Merced Cemetery District
Merced
Merced County
California, USA
Plot: I.O.O.F. Section
 
Maintained by: travia4
Originally Created by: Linda Applegate Brown
Record added: Apr 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50968243
Lydia Gertruida <i>Bruggers</i> Wolbert
Added by: Linda Applegate Brown
 
Lydia Gertruida <i>Bruggers</i> Wolbert
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- Linda Applegate Brown
 Added: Jun. 3, 2011
 
 
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