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Subject: Re: eernisse
Author: Luke Baars
Date: Thursday, February 16, 2012
Classification: Query
Surnames:

A suggestion, don't ever use married names in your research, if you don't know the maiden name, just leave it blank. It makes everything much clearer. In your post it is hard to tell if something is a last name, middle name or married name. Convention is to only use maiden names.

I found this in a tree on ancestry, it looks like this is your family:

Abram Eernisse
Birth 17 Jan 1827 in Groede, Zeeland, Netherlands
Death 11 Jun 1913 in Sheboygan, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA

Father Izaak Eernisse
Mother Maria Tiersen
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Arrived in USA in 1847

Residence in 1880: Lima, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA
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Spouse: Hendrika Gesina Jentink
Birth 12 Oct 1849 in Aalten, Gelderland, Netherlands
Death 11 Dec 1911 in Sheboygan, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA
Father: Hendrik Jan Jentink
Mother: Dora Hendrika Lammers
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Children:

Abram Eernisse 1862 –
Dora Ernisse 1872 –
Jacob Peter Eernisse 1873 – 1942 <---your GGrandfather
Hendrika J Eernisse 1874 – 1876
Aaltje Eernisse 1876 – 1878
Pieter J Eernisse 1879 – 1882
Hendrik J Eernisse 1880 – 1880
Aaltje Eernisse 1883 – 1883
Peter Jacob Eernisse 1885 – 1951
Berendena Eernisse 1887 –
Hattie Eernisse 1887 –
Nettie A Eernisse 1888 –
Esther Elenisre 1889 –
Henry John Eernisse 1892 – 1963