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David sr. (David vanDame) van Damme, geb. te Sint Kruis, NL 23 mei 1808, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 7 sep 1893, David is overleden aan Waterzucht (Oedeem)., begr. te Sec. 68 Tier 6 Grave 13 of Woodland Cemetery, 6901 Woodland Ave. 9 sep 1893, zoon van David van Damme en Maria Riemens
David emigreert met 3 kinderen in 1844 naar de US via Antwerpen, hij komt aan op 14 juni 1844 in New York met het schip CLEO of CLIO. Zijn vrouw Adriana gaat met hem mee plus 2 kinderen.
David woonde:
1845-1855 Ward 9.
Lived (1880) in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, was painter.
1868-69 105 Linden Ave., Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH
1881: Star Ave., Cleveland, OH

Gehuwd te Retranchement 3 jun 1840 met:
Adriana Katharina (Jaantje/Jane) de Vlieger, geb. te Groede 22 dec 1814, ovl. te Rochester, Monroe, NY,US 1848, begr. te Mount Hope Cemetery 11 aug 1848, dochter van Jannes de Vlieger en Levina Hendriks
1) Levina Maria van Dame, geb. te Cadzand 12 sep 1840, ovl. te Cuyahoga, OH, US 11 mrt 1870
Woont in 1862 in Rochester, Monroe, NY
Woont 6th Ward Rochester in 1860.
Lovina Viergever is in the 1866 Rochester City Directory. She is mentioned there as Lorina and widow of Charles Viergever. Lives Nassau 46.
Lovina staat als Anna Viegive in de Fedral census van 1870, NY, Monroe, Rochester Ward 7.
met:
Charles Viergever, geb. ± 1840, ovl. te Rochester, Monroe Co. NY. 1 apr 1865, begr. te Mount Hope
Charles Viergever
Enlistment Date: 18 Sep 1861
Enlistment Place: Rochester, New York
Side Served: Union
State Served: New York
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 18 September 1861 at the age of 21.
Enlisted in Company A, 8th Cavalry Regiment New York on 18 Sep 1861.
Received a disability discharge from Company A, 8th Cavalry Regiment New York on 17 Oct 1862.
2) John D. (Jannes) vanDame, geb. te Cadzand 28 nov 1842, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio 7 apr 1926, Cause of Death: Arterial Sclerosis & Chronic Interstitial Nephritis. Duration of Illness: Indefinite (Contributory illness = Uremia).
Notes: Van Dame-John, beloved husband of Harriet S., father of Harriet L., John D., James, William L., Charles E. and Edward, passed away Wednesday, April 7, at his residence, 6811 Edna Avenue, age 84 years. Funeral services at the Beilstein -Young Co.'s parlors, 1795 Crawford road, Friday, April 9, at 2:30 p. m. 1842-1926. Lakeview Cem.
, begr. te Sec. 5, Lot 735, Lakeview Cemetery 9 apr 1926
John's addresses:
1876: 916 Forest
1900: 24 Calvert Street
1926: 6811 Edna Avenue, Cleveland - maybe lived with one of his children.
Home in 1900: Cleveland Ward 12, Cuyahoga, Ohio.

John was painter(1880).

Gehuwd te Cleveland, Cuyahoga,OH, US 6 nov 1869 met:
Harriet S. Miller, geb. te London, England 27 dec 1849, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 14 feb 1931, Death certificate info given by - William W. .....
Residence at time of death: 8620 Wade Park - Cleveland, widow.
Birthplace: London, England, Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrhage + Hypertension + Hypostatic Pneumonia
Duration of Illness: Six days
, begr. te Lakeview Cem. Cleveland Cuyahoga Co. OH 17 feb 1931, dochter van John Miller en N.N.
3) n.n. van Damme, geb. te NL 1843, begr. te Mount Hope,Rochester, Monroe, NY,US 19 jul 1846

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David sr. (David vanDame) van Damme
Gehuwd te US ± 1850 met:
Elisabeth Maria (Lizzie/Libbie) Ets, geb. te Middelburg 9 apr 1819, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 26 sep 1890, Doodsoorzaak:
Gangrene of the Intestines. Duration of Illness - Unknown, Physician - Dr. B. W. Holliday
, begr. te Woodland Cemetery 29 sep 1890, dochter van Cornelis Hendrikz. Ets en Alida Johanna Pieternella Wilhelmus
Elizabeth woonde:
1881: Star Ave., Cleveland, OH
1896 - 90 Star Ave
Elisabeth was Dutch Reformed.
1) Cornelius ("Corny") vanDame, geb. te Rochester, Monroe, New York 14 apr 1855, ovl. te Chicago, Cook, Ill. 7 nov 1912, On his record of death is his age: 57 years, 6 months and 24 days. He was reported dead by his wife Carrie, 440 Oakley Blvd. Chicago, Cook, Ill. Ward 13-8.
Cornelius and Carrie have lived there between 1908 and 1912.
, begr. te Rose Hill, Chicago, Cook, Ill.
Cornelius was printer/painter.
Adresses:
1876: 916 Forest Cleveland, OH
1880: 33 Linden Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH
Cornelius was Dutch Reformed

Gehuwd te Cuyahoga, OH, US 28 sep 1881 met:
Carrie J. Quackenbush, geb. te Ohio 1860, ovl. na 1920, begr. te Erie Cemetery - Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co. OH, dochter van Nicholas Quackenbush en Louisa N.N.
2) Elizabeth Maria (Libbie) van Dame, geb. te Rochester, Monroe, NY, US 3 sep 1857, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, US 6 mei 1948, Ohio State Death Certificate No. 28696:
Cause of Death: Acute Coronary Artery Occlusion - instant death.
Date: May 7 1948

Source: Plain Dealer; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #082.
Notes: Van Oeveren, Elizabeth N. (nee Van Dame), age 90 years; beloved wife of the late Abraham; mother of Isaac and Mrs. Elizabeth N. Smith, grandmother and great-grandmother; suddenly Thursday p. m.; residence, 3198 W. 162d St. Friends may call atThe Henry J. Dress Co. Colonial Funeral Home, 15408 Triskett Rd. near Lorain Ave., After 1 P. M. Saturday, where services will be held Monday, May 10, at 2 p. m. Interment Knollwood Cemetery.
Except for having Pneumonia in the 1940's (before antibiotics were available), she had excellent health and maintained a perfect attendance record for Sunday School and church at Calvary Reformed Church, Bridge Ave., & West 65th St., Cleveland, OH and later at Riverside Community Church, Rocky River Drive, Cleveland, OH until the day she died.
She died from a stroke while she was getting dressed to attend a Mother & Daughter Banquet at Riverside Church. Her granddaughter, Arleen Lois Smith had talked to her five minutes before she found her dead - sitting in her rocking chair in her bedroom with her shoes neatly placed before her on the floor.
She was terribly deaf in her later years and wore a hearing aid. She was a gentle, soft spoken, deeply religious woman whom everyone liked very much. She always had a smile on her face.
, begr. te Knollwood Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio 1948
Elizabeth lived at the following addresses in Cleveland, OH
1891 - 124 Star Ave.
1896 - 90 Star Ave. (in wife's parents old home) and his occupation is shown as a carpenter
1910 - 7706 Star Ave. - again abraham is shown as a carpenter and his son Isaac is a helper
1922 - 1701 E. 70th St.
Mid 1930's - 3877 Kirkwood Road, Cleveland Heights, OH - daughter, Elizabeth Smiths home.
1945 - Moved with daughter's family to: 3198 West 162 St.., Cleveland, OH
Elisabeth was Dutch Reformed.

Gehuwd te Cuyahoga, OH 12 aug 1890, @N575@ met:
Abraham van Oeveren, geb. te Bruinisse 29 mei 1861, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH 22 dec 1937, Ohio Death Certificate #73993 - White, married, male, born 29 May 1861 in Holland.
Cause: Coronary Thrombosis. Age: 76 years, 6 months, 20 days.
Death Certificate Informant: Wife, Elizabeth Van Oeveren.

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data:
# Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237, 675 rolls); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
# Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T715, 8892 rolls); Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Abraham was Dutch Reformed
, begr. te Knollwood Cemetery 24 dec 1937, zoon van Izaak van Oeveren en Pieternella (Nellie) Vijverberg
Arrived Port of New York from Rotterdam on SS Veendam, abt. 31 December 1888 (Listed as Deveren, A) Immigration: Petition & Declaration - 07 March 1892 - -Granted/Recorded - 20 October 1894

Per Cleveland City Directory: Abraham lived at the following addresses in Cleveland, OH
1891 - 124 Star Ave.
1896 - 90 Star Ave. (in wife's parents old home) and his occupation is shown as a carpenter
1910 - 7706 Star Ave. - Occupation: Carpenter & son, Isaac 'helper'.
1922 - 1701 E. 70th St.
1930: 3877 Kirkwood Road, Cleveland Heights, OH - daughter, Elizabeth Smiths home.
1934-1937: He was the custodian at Noble Road Presbyterian Church, which was located across the street from this home.
Abraham was a handsome man with white hair and sparkling blue eyes. He was a leader in the Dutch Community of Cleveland, and very active in the Dutch Reformed Church.
He died at the Kirkwood Rd address.
3) David Arthur jr. van Dame, geb. te Rochester,Monroe, New York 13 nov 1857, ovl. te Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 6 jan 1901, 42 years old at age of death, died from 'Exhaustion Epilepsy'. Duration of illness = 3 weeks.
Name of Physician: A. B. Howard - Undertaker - John H. 'Melohn'. Born in NY, both Mother and Father born in Holland. Residence at time of death: 165 Outhwaite Ave., Cleveland, Ward 22.
He died at Cleveland State Hospital. He died of what was referred to as 'painterís colic' - lead poisoning from the paint. The Dr. told him to avoid the lead from 'poisoning' his body, he should drink 1 oz of liquor per day. He wouldn't do that, as their religion would not allow them to drink liquor of any kind.

David was dutch reformed.
Het graf werd in 1934 hergebruikt.
, begr. te Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, OH 1901
Born november 1859, painter. Gaat in Cuyahoga wonen.
Notes for David Arthur Van Dame:
06 January 1901: When he died, he had five children - the eldest child was 10 1/2 yrs old. He was a house painter. His wife Henrietta Helmink remarried in 1902 to Leonard Walbeck.

Gehuwd te Cuyahoga 28 aug 1889, @N1061@ met:
Hendrika (Henrietta) Helmink, geb. te Aalten (Holland) 10 dec 1866, ovl. te Willoughby, Lake County, OH 1951 1e huwelijk 2e huwelijk, dochter van Evert John Helmink en Dela (Delia) Nijman (Neuman)
Woon/lives abt. 1900 Cleveland City, Cuyahoga Ohioh, US.

Notes for Henrietta Helmink:
Died: 26 February 1951
She was living with her son, Everett and his wife, Charlotte, and fell on a rug and broke her hip. She had it operated on. While she was in the hospital healing from the operation, she went for therapy and fell again and broke it again, so another operation had to be performed. She was weak and in poor health after that.
Emigrated in 1868 according to 1920 census.
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