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AD 1665?-1941

Hartgring (also Hartgering, Hertgering, Hartgrink and Hartgerink)

For younger generations of ancestors who are descended from this family:
see page on Waalberg

The earliest known hometown of this Roman Catholic family is Diepenheim, in the Dutch province of Overijssel. Peter Hartgerink is doing research on this family, visit his website.

Children of
Unknown (?-?)
and Unknown (?-?)

(See 8 generations back)

Henrick Hartgerink
(blood-relationship 0,39 %)
* ? (Diepenheim?) x I. Aaltje Assink II. Maria Bargerink (2-1-1698) + ?
Henrick's and his first wife had three children, a son called Gerrit Willem, born in 1692, a son called Berent, born in 1695 and another son called Berent who was born in 1697. The first Berent must have died before then. Henrick's first wife must have died the same year, perhaps while giving birth to her third son. Our ancestor Hendrik Hartgerink would therefore most probably have been a son by Henrick's second wife Maria Bargerink, and have been born in 1698 or after.

(Not known if any other children)

Children of
Henrick Hartgerink (1665?-?)
and (probably) Maria Bargerink (?-?)

(See 7 generations back)

Hendrik Hartgerink
(blood-relationship 0,78 %)
* 1698 or after (Diepenheim?) x I. Aeltje Schulten II. Aeltje ter Bouwman + ?

(Not known if any other children)

Children of
Hendrik Hartgerink (1698 or after-?)
and Aeltje ter Bouwman (?-?)

(See 6 generations back)

1. Geerdje Hartgering
* 1737 + ?

2. Harmina Hartgering
* 1738 + ?

3. Getrui Hartgering
* 1741 + ?

4. Gerrit (Garrit) Willem Hartgerink
(blood-relationship 1,56 %)
* 1744/1748? (Diepenheim?) x Hendrika Plasmans (Markelo 5-4-1777) + ?
Gerrit, who was a widower, went from Diepenheim to Markelo to marry Hendrika Plasmans, and then they seem to have moved to Nijmegen. Apparently, the couple must have returned to Diepenheim shortly afterwards, where their son Hendrikus was born.

(Not known if any other children)

Children of
Gerrit (Garrit) Willem Hartgerink (1744-?)
and Hendrika Plasmans (?-?)

(See 5 generations back)

Hendrikus Hartgerink
(blood-relationship 3,125 %)
* 3-2-1778 (Diepenheim?) x Hendrina Goedhart (Nijmegen 18-10-1802) + 5-6-1816 (Nijmegen)
Occupation: weaver. At Hendrikus' civil marriage a witness called "A. Hartgering" was present, who could have been his brother. "A" stood possibly for "Arent". Hendrikus and Hendrina were also married in church, on 24-10-1802 in the "Minderboederskerk" in Nijmegen. Their son Lambartus was not born in Nijmegen, but in Diepenheim.

(Not known if any other children)

Children of
Hendrikus Hartgerink (1778-1816)
and Hendrina Goedhart
(See 4 generations back)

1. Gerardus Wilhelmus Franciscus Hartgering
* 4-10-1803 + before 1815?

2. Joannes Arent Hartgering
* 4-3-1808 + ?

3. Lambartus Hartgering
* 1810 (Diepenheim) + ?

4. Gerrardus ("Gerrit") Hartgring
(blood-relationship 6,25 %)
* 26-3-1815 (Nijmegen) x I. Wilhelmina Faber (4-7-1839) II. Maria Zwartkruis (21-8-1856) + 22-7-1880 (Nijmegen)
Occupation: "steenhouwersleerling" (stonemason's apprentice). Our grandmother Maria Theodora Everdina Waalberg told us that to her knowledge her grandfather Hartgring had been a "sculptor". At his first marriage, a man called Johannes Goedhart, aged about 50, was a witness. He could have been Johannes Antonius Goedhart, christened on 12-9-1790 in the "Minderboederskerk" in Nijmegen, probably Gerardus' uncle. On 31-8-1874 Gerrardus moved with his family from Nijmegen (Doddendaal) to The Hague.

(Not known if any other children)

Children of
Gerrardus Hartgring (1815-1880)
and Maria Zwartkruis (1823-?)

(See 3 generations back)

1. Johanna ("Anna") Theodora Hartgring
* 3-6-1857 (Nijmegen) + ?

2. Everdina Hartgring
* 22-2-1859 (Nijmegen) + ?

3. Theodora ("Dora") Hartgring (See picture of couple)
(blood-relationship 12,5 %)
* 24-3-1862 (Nijmegen) x André Dirk Roeland Karel Waalberg + ?-12-1941 (Den Haag)
During the Second World War, our mother's family had been evacuated on orders of the occupying Germans from Scheveningen to The Hague, closer to her grandparents' house. "Oma Dora" was very happy about this, because she now could visit them every day. She did so even at times when the air raid alarm sounded and everybody had to find shelter as fast as possible. When asked why she did not pay any attention, she answered "ons oude mensen doen ze toch niets?" (they wouldn't hurt old people, would they?).
For her descendants see the page on Waalberg.

4. Maria ("Marie") Petronella Hartgring
* 28-6-1864 (Nijmegen) + ?

(Two earlier children, Johannes and Hendrikus, by Gerrardus' first wife Wilhelmina Faber)

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