|Birth: ||May 6, 1826|
|Death: ||Jul. 14, 1903|
Geertje Vietor was born on 06 May 1826 in Weenermoor, Ostfriesland, Hanover, Germany, died on 14 Jul 1903 in German Township, Franklin County, IA, and was buried in Jul 1903 in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Ackley, Osceola Township, Frankling County, IA.
Geertje married Hemme Engelkes Abbas, son of Engelke Arends Abbas and Antje Helmers Tirel, on 19 Nov 1854 in Wymeer, , Ostfriesland, Germany. Hemme was born on 11 Sep 1825 in Heerenland, Ostfriesland, Hanover, Germany, died on 20 Jan 1911 in Hampton, Franklin County, Iowa, USA, and was buried in Jan 1911 in Marion Center Cemetery, Latimer, Franklin County, Iowa. They had seven children: Gezina, Geertjelina, Melle Hemmes, Engelke Arends, Reemt Vietor, Antje Hemmes, and Abel Vietor.
Portions of the following info about the parents (Geeske Reemts Uden and Melle Abels Vietor) of Gertje Vietor Abbas might help family historians working this line:
3-Geeske Reemts Uden was born on 12 Jun 1803 in Böhmerwold, Ostfriesland, Germany, was baptized on 16 Jun 1803 in Böhmerwold, Ostfriesland, Germany, died on 13 Jun 1878 in Bunde, Ostfriesland, Germany, and was buried in Jun 1878 in ?.
Geeske married Melle Abels Vietor, son of Abel Jacobs Vietor and Geertje Henricus Klugkist, on 19 Apr 1826 in Weener, Ostfriesland, German. Melle was born on 23 Dec 1797 in St. Georgiwold, Ostfriesland, Germany, died on 20 Nov 1861 in Möhlenwarf, , Ostfriesland, Germany, and was buried in Nov 1861 in ?. They had eight children: Geertje, Reemt Mellen, Abel Mellen, Noentje, Greetje Mellen, Ude Melle, Jacob Mellen, and Metdina.
• He has conflicting birth information of 26 Dec 1797 and St. Georgiwold, Ostfriesland, Germany.
Hemme Engelkes Abbas (1825 - 1911)*
Melle Hemmes Abbas (1855 - 1929)*
Reemt Vietor Abbas (1861 - 1951)*
Abel Abbas (1869 - 1956)*
East Friesland Cemetery
Created by: Amy Robbins-Tjaden
Record added: Jan 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17477247
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