US immigrants who came from the Flemish Region, the Southern Province of Zeeland.
Their forefather came from the Village of IJzendijke (Isendieka)
and Aardenburg, the Netherlands.
For our friends in Manito, Havana-IL and Portland-OR the genealogical tree of the Palmer and
I took the opportunity to dig up the past and ensure your children know their ancestors.
Based on stories written by descendants up to 1983, composed with Dutch info.
Two families in the Manito-area IL are descendants from
Dutch forefathers who immigrate from the Netherlands
in the year 1883 untill 1912.
Those families in Holland were: de Zutter and van Pamelen.
The American immigration officer wrote their names down as: DeSutter and Van Palmer
the opportunity to dig up the past and ensure your children know their ancestors.
I start to search in the Dutch archives in 1996, after I met both families in Manito-IL.
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Palmer -van Pamelen- Family -->
Last update of download files: May 25, 2012.
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Genealogy DeSutter -de Zutter- Family -->
Last update of download files: November 10, 2011.
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In the Netherlands: The Archives of the City Council of Oostburg, Zeeland.
Author of the Dutch book: 'Emigrants to America 1840-1970'.
Fons De Milliano - Terneuzen, Herman Hamelijnck - IJzendijke,
Herman de Sutter - Oostburg, Roger van Pamelen - Breskens.
In the U.S.A.: The 'Manito Historical Society' for the book "It's good to remember",
Marilyn J. Huffman-Palmer, Scappoose-OR and Harold Palmer, Havana-IL.