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Henry & Josephine (Hanson) Purfeerst.
Henry & Josephine (Hanson) Purfeerst.
This picture was taken on March 11, 1909 in Rice County, Minnesota upon the occasion of the marriage of Henry Mark Purfeerst & Josephine Hanson


LEFT TO RIGHT:
STANDING:
* David Charles Purfeerst
* Harmon Francis Purfeerst
* Josephine Kenney (William's fiance')
* William Frederick Purfeerst
SEATED:
* Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst
* Henry Mark Purfeerst
* Josephine (Hanson) Purfeerst
* Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst
FOREGROUND:
Harmon and Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst's children:
* Walter Everett Purfeerst
* George William Purfeerst
* Myles Archie Purfeerst


Henry, Harmon and William Purfeerst are the sons of Charles Ernest & Mary (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr. David Charles Purfeerst is their grandson; the son of their eldest son, David Ernest Purfeerst.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr. Family - 1895.
Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr. Family - 1895.
This picture was taken in 1895 in Rice County, Minnesota, probably upon the occasion of the March 1, 1895 death of the family father, Charles Ernest Purfeerst, Sr., a.k.a., Karl Frederick Ernst Purfürst. The photo shows Charles' widow, Mary Jane (Brown)Purfeerst, and their surviving children.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
STANDING:
* Harmon Francis Purfeerst
* Henry Mark Purfeerst
* Charles Ernest Purfeerst (Jr.)
* William Frederick Purfeerst
SEATED:
* David Ernst Purfeerst
* Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst
* Rosa Ann (Purfeerst) Meyer


See the Rice County, Minnesota History for information on this family.

Charles Purfeerst is the son of Ernst & Christliebe Wilhelmine (Seltmann) Purfurst.

See the history of Essex County, New Jersey for information on his parents.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Family.
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Family.
This picture was taken in 1905 in Goodhue County, Minnesota. It shows Harmon Francis & Jennie June (Johnson) Purfeerst and their three sons: Myles Archie Purfeerst (rear), Walter Everett Purfeerst (center) and George William Purfeerst (youth).


Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest & Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Family.
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Family.
The picture on the left was taken in 1906 in Faribault, Minnesota. It shows the three sons of Harmon & Jennie (Johnson)Purfeerst:


STANDING: Myles Archie Purfeerst
RIGHT: Walter Everett Purfeerst
FOREGROUND: George William Purfeerst


The photo on the right was taken in April 1955 on the occasion of the death of the family father, Harmon Francis Purfeerst.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
* Myles Purfeerst
* Walter Purfeerst
* George Purfeerst
SEATED:
* Jennie June Johnson


Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest & Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Family.
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Family.
These pictures are of Harmon Francis Purfeerst and his three sons.
The picture on the left was taken on 1913 in New Salem, North Dakota. It shows Harmon Francis Purfeerst with his son Myles Archie Purfeerst.
The photo on the right was taken in 1914 in New Salem, North Dakota and shows George William Purfeerst on the left and Walter Everett Purfeerst on the right.


Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest & Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst -1950
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst -1950
Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest & Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst - 1895
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst - 1895
Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest & Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst - 1945
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst - 1945
Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest & Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst - 1895
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst - 1895
Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest Purfeerst, Sr., a.k.a., Karl Friedrich Ernst Purfürst and Mary Jane Brown.


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Descendants  - 1983
Harmon & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst Descendants - 1983
This picture was taken in July 1983 in Rice County, Minnesota. The occasion was the reunion of the descendants of Charles Ernest and Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr. Depicted in this particular picture are those descendants of Charles & Mary Purfeerst's son, Harmon Francis and Jennie June (Johnson) Purfeerst.


LEFT TO RIGHT:
FIRST ROW:
* Marlene (Miller) Volk with her children Jeremy and Jessica.
* LaJean Ann (Purfeerst) Jackson
* Travis 'Babe' Jackson
* LaVerne (Purfeerst) Robbins
* Helga (Hansen) Purfeerst
SECOND ROW:
* Leota (Moos) Purfeerst
* Marsha (Miller) Dittus
* Sharyn Robbins
* Gay Hatfield (Bruce's fiance')
THIRD ROW:
* Bruce Robbins
* Martha (Tanguay) Purfeerst
* Donald Lee Purfeerst
BACK ROW:
* Danny Miller
* Robert George Purfeerst
* Bradley Allen Purfeerst


For information on this family see the histories on Fairfield County, Connecticut, Rice County, Minnesota and the country of The Netherlands.

Harmon Francis Purfeerst, the paternal grandfather of the author of this research, is the son of Charles Ernest and Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr. Charles, in turn, is the son of Ernest Purfurst, a.k.a., Johann David Ernst Purfürst and Christliebe Wilhelmine Seltmann.


See the history of Essex County, New Jersey for information on the parents.

Harmon Francis Purfeerst - 1891
Harmon Francis Purfeerst - 1891
Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest and Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.

Harmon Purfeerst Milk Delivery, Morton County, ND - 1928
Harmon Purfeerst Milk Delivery, Morton County, ND - 1928
Sitting on the running board of the vehicle is granddaughter LaVerne Elaine Purfeerst.

Harmon Francis Purfeerst is the son of Charles Ernest and Mary Jane (Brown) Purfeerst, Sr.


See the history of Rice County, Minnesota for information on this family.


Histories
NEW JERSEY - Johann David Ernst Purf?rst and Christliebe Wilhelmine Seltmann</p>
NEW JERSEY - Johann David Ernst Purf?rst and Christliebe Wilhelmine Seltmann


a.k.a. - Ernest Purfurst ........................ Newark, New Jersey


Major surname connections include ..... GLOECKLER, LEUPOLD, LIEBECK, LOEFFLER, MEYER, M?LLER, SCHMELZLE, STRAUCH.


This family group constitues the ancestors for the Author's Great-Great-Grandfather, Ernest Purfurst as well as the ancestors for the Author's Great-Aunts, Paulina (Purfurst) Leupoldt and Ida (Purfurst) Liebeck.

MINNESOTA - Karl Friedrich Ernst Purf?rst and Mary Jane Brown </p>
MINNESOTA - Karl Friedrich Ernst Purf?rst and Mary Jane Brown


a.k.a. - Charles Purfeerst ................... Faribault, Minnesota


Major allied families include......AERNS, BAUER, BETZEL, BIERSDORF, BOSTWICK, BROWN, BUNCE, BYRNES, CARPENTER, CRUIKSHANK, DAUSER, DEGROSS, DEIKE, DERIVAN, DUBEAU, DURAND, EGAN, GATZKE, GUILBAULT, HACHFIELD, HACKET, HANSON, HORTOP, JOHNSON, KAISER, KNAPP, KARP, KELLEY, KEMMESAT, KENNEY, LENWAY, LINEHAM, LOBSINGER, MAROSE, MEYER, MOOS, MURPHY, NEAS, O'CONNELL, PAQUETT, SCHIFFNER, SCHOMMER, SCHWARTZ, SCHLIPP, SLINGER, STEICHEN, STICHA, STUBBS, SWANGER, TAPLIN, THOM, WEISS, ZABEL.


This family group constitues the ancestors for the Author's Great-Grandfather Charles Ernest Purfeerst as well as the author's Grandfather, Harmon Francis Purfeerst.


NEW YORK - Barent and Aeltie Driessen, later Johnson.</p>
NEW YORK - Barent and Aeltie Driessen, later Johnson.


a.k.a. - Brent Johnson, Kings County, Long Island, New York.


The early Dutch generations systematically used patronymics in their naming patterns where the name of an ancestor was added as a suffix or a prefix to children's names in order to show descent. Barent Driessen's son became Jan Brentsen; whose son became Berent Jansen; whose son became Barent Johnson. (The Dutch given names of Jan and John are interchangeable).


Major surname connections families include GULICK, SCHENCK, STILLWELL, TERHUNE, VAN PELT, VAN VOORHEES AND WYCKOFF.


This family group constitues the ancestors for the Author's grandmother, Jennie June Johnson.

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