Individual Details

Garbrand Roos

(October 1, 1820 - September 16, 1888)

Garbrand was born in 1820 in Hannover Germany and left for Harlingen, Netherlands in 1846 when he married Catharina. He was a bread baker. In 1862 the family left fro America and landed in New York on August 18, 1862, Garbrand was 41. From New York they went to Freeport, Illinois where the youngest son Johan was born. By 1880 the Roos family was in Pleasant Valley Grundy, Iowa, farming. Garbrand helped found the New Baptist Church in Aplington, Iowa and is buried at Pleasant View Cemetery in Aplington.

Events

BirthOctober 1, 1820Visquard, Krummhörn, Aurich, Niedersachsen, Germany
MarriageJune 14, 1846Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands - Catharina Renistra
ArrivalAugust 18, 1862on the Adler - New York, New York, United States
Census1870Maryland, Ogle, Illinois, United States
Census1880Pleasant Valley, Grundy, Iowa, United States
Residence1884Grundy, Iowa, United States
Residence18841884 U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps - Pleasant Valley, Grundy, Iowa, United States
Census1885Pleasant Valley, Grundy, Iowa, United States
DeathSeptember 16, 1888Aplington, Butler, Iowa, United States
BurialPleasant View Cemetery, Aplington, Butler, Iowa, United States
OccupationBread baker, broodbakker
OccupationFarmer,
ReligionBaptist,

Families

SpouseCatharina Renistra (1821 - 1909)
ChildJan Garbrand JG Roos (1847 - 1922)
ChildAnna Christina Roos (1854 - 1941)
ChildMinnie Roos (1855 - 1965)
ChildChristian Garbrand Roos (1859 - 1951)
ChildJohann Roose (1865 - 1926)
FatherJan Garbrands Roos (1798 - 1840)
MotherMeenke Andressen Schroder (1801 - 1834)
SiblingHarm Roos (1824 - 1904)
SiblingJan Janssen Roos (1830 - 1872)
SiblingReemt Janssen Roos (1827 - 1872)

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