|Birth: ||Aug. 13, 1889|
She is born as Antje Danhof in August 1889 in the country village Spijk in the former municipality Bierum, since 1990 part of the municipality Delfzijl, in the utter northeastern part of the Netherlands, province Groningen. Her parents are Johannes Danhof and Hindriktje Klevering.
On 27 March 1912 the servant Antje Danhof arrived at the age of 22 years with her parents and six siblings on the SS Nieuw Amsterdam at New York. Last residence place: Spijk. Destination: her brother Pieter Danhof in Muskegon, Michigan. On the same ship sailed next to them the 25 years aged shoemaker Menko Dijkman from the country village Bierum, Groningen, to whom Antje will marry eight months later on. His destination is also Muskegon, to his friend Klaas Danhof, who arrived on 4 December 1911 at New York, also on the SS Nieuw Amsterdam and from Spijk. Klaas is very likely one of Antje's brothers.
On 20 November 1912 Antje married at Muskegon, Michigan, to the three years older Menko Dykman, who has Dutch parents from the municipality Bierum, province Groningen too. At the end of March 1913 their first child Anna is born there and at the end of 1918 Hindriktje (?), a daughter too. In 1920 the family lived still at Muskegon, but in 1930 in the Dutch settlement Holland, Gallatin County, in the southwestern part of Montana, not faraway from Yellowstone National Park.
Menko Dykman (1886 - 1976)*
Anna Dykman Karp (1913 - ____)*
Maintained by: Peter Hakze
Originally Created by: Jane Barkell
Record added: Aug 30, 2011
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