|1||Aart van Hees|
|2||Aartje van Hees|
|5||Alfred H. Smith Homestead|
Located at County Highway Z and Townline Road. Built ~1856 with 'Cream City' brick from Milwaukee.
|6||Alfred H. Smith last will and testament, 1893|
|7||Alfred, Margaret, and daughter Audrey Smith|
|8||Allen H. 'Bill' Gardiner|
Almira Bealer - ca 1875
|10||Anneke van Hees|
|11||Anneke van Hees headstone|
Status: Located; Anneke van Hees headstone - Bruchem Netherlands
|12||Antonia (Hilgers) and Leendert Boer|
Chicago, IL 1929
Taken about 1910
Taken about 1930 in Arkel, Netherlands
taken about 1910
|17||Areka Hilgers 90th birthday|
Areka (Hilgers) van Hees at 90th birthday with sons Henry and Frank in 1976.
|18||Arien van Hees Christening 1646|
Church extract of Arien van Hees Christening in Gameren, Netherlands. "Gedoopt 4 december 1646, de vader Dirck Jansz verexcuseerd zijnde, is getuige zijn vader Jan Arissen van Hees"
|19||Arnold van Hees bakkerij 2002|
Bakkerij (bakery) in Bruchem of Arnold van Hees. Formerly operated by his father Hendrik (born 1916) and grandfather Arnoldus van Hees. Photo taken in 2002.
|20||Arnoldus Martinus van Hees headstone|
Status: Located; Arnoldus Martinus van Hees headstone - Bruchem, Netherlands
|21||Arnoldus van Hees bakkerij 1920|
Bakkerij (bakery) in Bruchem. (L-R) Tante Vel (sister of Riena?), Riena (Vos), son Hendrik on horse, Arnoldus holding horse, knecht (worker) Wouter, son Aart on ground.
|22||Arnoldus van Hees family|
(L-R) Riena (Vos), Mina, and Arnoldus with Anneke
|23||Augustus Smith and Mary Jane Brown|
|24||Augustus Smith and Mary Jane Brown Marriage Certificate|
The marriage certificate of Augustus Smith and Mary Jane Brown dated April 22, 1866 in West Bend, Wisconsin.
|25||Augustus Smith Civil War Reenlistment|
Augustus Smith's reenlistment document dated January 5, 1864 in Natchez Mississippi.
|26||Betty Ruth Van Hees|
Status: Located; Grave marker of Betty Ruth Van Hees - on the reverse side of her parent's headstone (Henry and Florence Van Hees)
Home of Hendrik A. van Hees (1850-1919) at #1 Breukheuvelstraat in Bruchem. The house was built in the early 1800's. Former owner was a beekeeper and the house was known as the "Bijenkorf".
|28||Burge & Burley|
Floyd Burge with son Jeff and Roscoe Burley with son Bill
|29||Burge Farm - ca 1915|
Almira "Allie" Bealer Burge with grandchildren Floyd, Leola, Marion, and Evelyn Burge
|31||Charles G. Dirkse|
Taken in 1931
|33||Cora and Alfred Smith|
Siblings, children of Elias Smith
|34||Dick J. Dirkse|
|35||Dick J. Dirkse|
|36||Dirck Gerritse van Hees marriage 1710|
Church extract of marriage between Dirck Gerritse van Hees and Jenneke Janse van Kerkwijk on April 6, 1710 in Gameren Netherlands.
|38||Edna Irene Brown|
|39||Edward H. Brown & Edward M. Brown - tragic accident 1913|
Newspaper article from Marshalltown, Iowa of the tragic accident that took the lives of father and son.
|40||Elias Smith Death Certificate|
|41||Elias Smith Obituary|
|43||Evelyn Burge Kroeze with Beverly 1927|
|44||Evelyn Grace Burge - taken in 1925|
|45||Evelyn Grace Burge birth certificate|
Birth certificate of Evelyn Grace Burge on August 29, 1908 in Neillsville, Wisconsin.
|46||Evelyn Grace Burge marriage license|
The marriage license of Evelyn Grace Burge to Harvey Kroeze.
|47||Floyd Burge Family|
Floyd, Ethel, and sons Jon and Jeff.
Frans Hilgers ca 1890