Individual Details

Yevkea Frerichs

(26 Feb 1862 - 14 Feb 1891)

Yevkea was the oldest child of Casjen and Kuntje. She was born February 26 1862 in Germany. She married Joost Reents in 1882 and shortly after sailed from Bremen to Baltimore. Yevkea, Joost, and the Frerichs family arrived in Baltimore on October 10, 1883. They appear to have quickly moved on to Iowa, probably on a train. Yevkea and Joost had their first child a duaghter Kurnie on June 15 1884 in Butler Iowa, probably near current day Bristow and Aredale. They had another daughter Jennie and a son Casjen, named for Yevkea's father. Then Yevkea gave birth to 2 daughters in 1890 and 1891, both died in infancy. Yevkea soon died on Valentine's Day of 1891. She is buried in an old cemetery, officially named Jungling Cemetery, also known as Folkers.

Events

Birth26 Feb 1862Germany
Marriage1882Germany - Joost Jacob Reents
DepartureAug 1883Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Arrival10 Oct 1883on the America - Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Death14 Feb 1891Butler, Iowa, United States
BurialJungling Cemetery, Allison, Butler, Iowa, United States

Families

SpouseJoost Jacob Reents (1858 - 1933)
ChildKurnie Johanna Reents (1884 - 1979)
ChildJohann Reents (1885 - 1885)
ChildJennie B. Reents (1886 - 1887)
ChildJennie Reents (1888 - )
ChildCasjen John Reents (1889 - 1976)
ChildAntje Reents (1890 - 1891)
FatherCasjen Heyen Frerichs (1834 - 1893)
MotherKuna Kuntje Enen Janssen (1833 - 1906)
SiblingEnno Henry Frerichs (1865 - 1944)
SiblingEntje Annie Frerichs (1871 - 1936)
SiblingGerd Mehnen Frerichs (1867 - 1887)
SiblingHilka C. Frerichs (1875 - 1962)

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