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Walter & Ella (Weiss) Purfeerst - 1925
Walter & Ella (Weiss) Purfeerst - 1925
This picture was taken on September 27, 1925 upon the occasion of the marriage of Walter Everett Purfeerst and Ella Louise Weiss.


Walter Everett Purfeerst is the son of Harmon Francis & Jennie (Johnson) Purfeerst.


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

Ella Louise Weiss
Ella Louise Weiss
Ella Louise Weiss is the daughter of William and Karoline Catherine (Keller) Weiss.


See the history of Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

Ella Louise Weiss.2
Ella Louise Weiss.2
Ella Louise Weiss is the daughter of William and Karoline Catherine (Keller) Weiss.


See the history of Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.

William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss Daughters - 1924
William & Karoline (Keller) Weiss Daughters - 1924
This picture was taken about 1924 and shows the daughters of William and Karoline Catherine (Keller) Weiss: Clara Karoline Friederica (Weiss) Bahr (left) and Ella Louise Weiss (right).


See the history of Morton County, North Dakota for information on this family.


Histories
NORTH DAKOTA - Christian Albrecht Keller & Katherine Caroline Heck <p>....... and.......</p> Wilhelm Weiss & Karoline Catherine Keller. </p>
NORTH DAKOTA - Christian Albrecht Keller & Katherine Caroline Heck

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Wilhelm Weiss & Karoline Catherine Keller.


a.k.a - Chris Keller ..................... New Salem North Dakota ................... and .......................
a.k.a. - William Weiss ..................New Salem, North Dakota


Major allied families include .... ALBRECHT, BECKER, BETHKE, BUMANN, CONITZ ,DETTMANN, ENGELTER, FREISE, GAEBE, GIESE, HEID, HELD, HOESEL, HOLLE, JOERSZ, JUST, KAELBERER, KLATT, KLUSMANN, KNIRCK, KULLER, KUNKEL, KUNZ, MAIER, MOLTZEN, MONSON, NORTON, RASCH, REUTHER, SHELTON, TELLMANN, THIEL, TOEPKE, VOLLRATH, WALDE, WERCHAU.


This family group constitues the ancestors for the Author's Grandmother, Karoline (Keller) Weiss as well the Author's Grandfather, William Weiss.


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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