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3701 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Arts, W.H. (I53082)
 
3702 Vanwege
1811 Registres civiques inschrijving
10-11-1813 Minuut-akten 
Postma (Posthumus) Gaikema, Jan Jans (I20695)
 
3703 Vanwege Akte van Naamgeving van vader 28 Dec 1811 waarin zijn zus en broer wel worden genoemd. Kornelis Taekes (I42652)
 
3704 Vanwege de grote staat die hij voerde werd hij spottend ‘de baron’ genoemd Zelle, Adam Cornelis "de baron" (I15962)
 
3705 Vanwege geboorte van zus met zelfde naam. Postma, Pietje (I50389)
 
3706 Vanwege noemen in Akte van Naamgeving Antje Taekes (I42651)
 
3707 Varianten: Weenink, Wenink, Weenings, Weening, Wening.

Achterhoekse familienaam, over het gehele gebied verspreid, maar ook in Noord-Nederland voorkomend. Met name in Noord-Nederland/Duitsland -ink veranderd in -ing(s).

De oudste vermelding is ene Berent Weneking, in 1353 in Zutfen; erven bij Vorden, in 1494 Wenekynck; Gorsel, in 1417 Wenekinch; Langen, Lochem, in 1488 Wenekinck. In 1467 is de familienaam al afgesleten tot Wenynck; in 1514 komt in Doesburg Styne Wenyncks voor.

In 1475 staat in Hengelo (Gld) het erve Weenynck; in hetzelfde jaar bij Deurningen, Weerselo, het erve Wenink, maar in 1495 is het Wenning en de huidige naam Wennink.

Wening kwam als voornaam al in de 10e eeuw voor, als variant van Waning; met diminutief hiervan afgeleid Waniko, later Weniko en Wenniko.

Van Wenniko stamt de familienaam Wennekink; omstreeks 1370 leefde in Goor Egbert Wennikinc, wellicht afkomstig van het erve Wennekinc, in 1188 bij Stokkum, Markelo. Ook bij Enschede kwam in 1381 / 3 Wennykinc voor, maar dat erve is de oorsprong van de familienaam Wennink.

Opm: bovenstaande afkomstig uit: "Oostnederlandse familienamen" hun ontstaan en hun betekenis, door B.J. Hekket (1983)

 
Weening, Freerk (I645)
 
3708 Vazul (Basil) (11th century ? died 1037) was a Hungarian noble of the  Ãrpád, Vazul (Vászoly) Duke of Nyitra (I7279)
 
3709 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Gezin F3538
 
3710 Vehmaa district judge. Lived in Vehmaa River mansion. (main. 1417-50), Judge Garp, Greger Andersson (I6851)
 
3711 Verdronken, Drowned van Houten, Klaas (I47706)
 
3712 vermeld als Gerrit Hendriks Tuinstra Tuinstra, Grietje / Gerrit (I9785)
 
3713 vermelding 1499 Doellinck, Hermann (I44136)
 
3714 vermelding 1615 dat ze zich vrijkoopt Margaretha (I44222)
 
3715 vermelding 1657, afstamming niet 100% zeker, kan bv. ook een vroege dochter van Johan en Grete zijn. Engell (I44145)
 
3716 vermeldingen 1499-1534, 1545 niet meer in leven. De relatie met deze ouders is onzeker Doellinck, Engelke (I44137)
 
3717 vermeldingen 1545-1568, wordt op 12 september 1555 beleend "myt dem derde deel Fukers erve in dem kerspel to Hede belegenn", is 5-12-1604 "onlangs overleden". Uit "Beitr Däling, Johann (I44139)
 
3718 vermeldingen 1606-1613, in 1613 beleend met 1/3 van Fuckers Erbe. Dälinck, Wernike (I44141)
 
3719 vermeldingen 1651-1677 niet meer in leven, in 1651 beleend met 1/3 van Fuckers Erbe. In een lijst met bezittingen van het huis Heede (datering 1660-1670) staat onder "Vasalli zum Hause Hede geh Dähling, Johann (I44144)
 
3720 vermeldingen 1657-1700 (22 augustus nog in leven). Handtekening 1700: Johan Daehling

Staatsarchiv Osnabr 
Dähling, Johann (I44147)
 
3721 vermoedelijk overleden bij de geboorte van dochter Zwaantje Zelle, Zwaantie (I16142)
 
3722 vermoord te Harlingen als repressaille voor de moord die zijn broer Johan dat jaar had begaan op Douwe van Gerbranda van Roorda, Schelte (I22780)
 
3723 Verpleegtehuis voor dementerende ouderen Blauwb Haan, Jan Roelof (I18)
 
3724 Veterin Munsterhjelm, Arvid Valentin (I6942)
 
3725 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Schievink, E.R.H.A. (I50577)
 
3726 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Hamstra, D. (I54855)
 
3727 vicepastor, vicar, Riksdagsman Forsenius, Johan Svensson (I6696)
 
3728 Vihti Irjalan of the manor was owned by Lars Bertilsson 1583 - 1602, and Simon Bertilsson 1604 - 1616 (= Ekestubben brothers) and then Nils Larsson St till Irlaja, Simon Bertilsson (I6999)
 
3729 Viking chieftain and great man in V Skoglar (Skagul) Toste (I6467)
 
3730 Vladimir II Monomakh ( Russian: ???????? ???????; Ukrainian: ????????? ???????; Christian name Vasiliy, or Basileios) (1053 ? May 19, 1125) was a famous Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kievan Rus'.

He was the son of Vsevolod I (married in 1046) and Anastasia of Byzantium (d. 1067). Her father which some give as Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos, is not attested in any reliable primary source.

Eupraxia of Kiev, a sister of Vladimir, became notorious all over Europe for her divorce from the Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV on the grounds that he had attempted a black mass on her naked body.

In his famous Instruction (also known as The Testament) to his own children, Monomakh mentions that he conducted 83 military campaigns and 19 times made peace with the Polovtsi. At first he waged war against the steppe jointly with his cousin Oleg, but after Vladimir was sent by his father to rule Chernigiv and Oleg made peace with the Polovtsi to retake that city from him, they parted company. Since that time, Vladimir and Oleg were bitter enemies who would often engage in internecine wars. The enmity continued among their children and more distant posterity.

From 1094, his chief patrimony was the southern town of Pereyaslav, although he also controlled Rostov, Suzdal, and other northern provinces. In these lands he founded several towns, notably his namesake, Vladimir, the future capital of Russia. In order to unite the princes of Rus' in their struggle against the Great Steppe, Vladimir initiated three princely congresses, the most important being held at Lyubech in 1097 and Dolobsk in 1103.

When Sviatopolk II died in 1113, the Kievan populace revolted and summoned Vladimir to the capital. The same year he entered Kiev to the great delight of the crowd and reigned there until his death in 1125. As may be seen from his Instruction, he promulgated a number of reforms in order to allay the social tensions in the capital. These years saw the last flowering of Ancient Rus, which was torn apart 10 years after his death.

Vladimir Monomakh is buried in the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev. Succeeding generations often referred to his reign as the golden age of that city. Numerous legends are connected with Monomakh's name, including the transfer from Constantinople to Rus of such precious relics as the Theotokos of Vladimir and the Vladimir/Muscovite crown called Monomakh's Cap.

Marriages and children:

Vladimir was married three times. His first wife was Gytha of Wessex, daughter of Harold of England who fell at Hastings and Edith Swannesha. They had at least five children:

-Mstislav I of Kiev (1 June 1076 - 14 April 1132).

-Izyaslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Kursk (c. 1077 - 6 September 1096).

-Svyatoslav Vladimirovich, Prince of Smolensk and

Pereyaslav (c. 1080 - 16 March 1114).

-Yaropolk II of Kiev (1082 - 18 February 1139).

-Viacheslav I of Kiev (1083 - 2 February 1154).

The following daughter has been attributed to both the first and the second wife:

-Marina Vladimirovna (d. 1146). Married Leon Diogenes. A pretender to the throne of the Byzantine Empire, claiming to be a son of Romanos IV. Rose to the rank of khan of the Cumans in Ossetia.

The second wife is considered to have been a Byzantine noblewoman. The Primary Chronicle records her date of death on 7 May 1107. However the Chronicle does not mention her name. They had at least six children:

-Roman Vladimirovych, Prince of Volhynia (d. 6 January 1119).

-Eufemia of Kiev (d. 4 April 1139). Married Coloman of Hungary.

-Eupraxia of Kiev Vladimirovna (d. 1109).

-Agafia Vladimirovna. Married Vsevolod Davidovich, Prince of Gorodno. Her husband was a son of Davyd Igorevych, Prince of Volhynia (d. 1113).

-Yuri Dolgoruki (d. 15 May 1157).

-Andryi Vladimirovych, Prince of Volhynia (11 July 1102 - 1141).

His third marriage is thought to have been to a daughter of Aepa Ocenevich, Khan of the Cumans. Her paternal grandfather was Osen. Her people belonged to the Kipchaks, a confederation of pastoralists and warriors of Turkic origin.

However the Primary Chronicle identifies Aepa as father-in-law to Yuri Dolgoruki. With Vladimir negotiating the marriage in name of his son. Whether father and son married sisters or the identity of intended groom was misadentified is unclear.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_II_Monomakh 
Vladimir "Monomach" Vladimir II, Grand Prince of Kiev (I7370)
 
3731 VLADIMIR Sviatoslavich. The Primary Chronicle names Yaropolk, Oleg and Vladimir as grandsons of Olga. The Primary Chronicle names Malusha, stewardess of Olga and sister of Dobrinya, as mother of Sviatoslav's son Vladimir, when recording that his father sent him to Novgorod in 970 with his maternal uncle after the inhabitants had demanded a prince of their own. After the death of his half-brother Oleg, Vladimir fled "beyond the seas" and governors were assigned to Novgorod. With support mustered in Scandinavia, Vladimir regained control of Novgorod. He captured Polotsk after killing Rogvolod Prince of Polotsk, who had refused Vladimir's offer to marry his daughter (whom he married anyway). He then moved southwards towards Kiev to attack his half-brother Iaropolk, who fled to Rodnia but was murdered when he returned to Kiev to negotiate with Vladimir. He thereby succeeded in [980] as VLADIMIR I "Velikiy/the Great" Grand Prince of Kiev. In 981, Vladimir invaded Polish territory and conquered Czerwie?, "Peremyshl" and other cities. After actively promoting the worship of pagan idols, he was baptised in [987/88] as part of an agreement to help Emperor Basileios II to defeat a rebellion. He increased his own personal prestige by marrying the emperor's sister and imposed Christianity on his people by force. He sought to rule his diverse territories by nominating his various sons to rule in different towns, although at the end of his reign he was faced with the rebellions of his son Iaroslav and his adopted son Sviatopolk. Vladimir died while preparing for war with Novgorod following the suspension of payment of tribute by his son Iaroslav. Vladimir was described as "fornicator immensus et crudelis" by Thietmar. According to the Primary Chronicle, Vladimir had 300 concubines at Vyshgorod, 300 at Belgorod and 200 at Berestovo. The Primary Chronicle records the death of Vladimir at Berestovo 15 Jul 1015. He was later esteemed to be a saint, his feast day being 15 July. m firstly ([977], divorced 986) as her second husband, ROGNED of Polotsk, widow of --- Jarl in Sweden, daughter of ROGVOLOD Prince of Polotsk & his wife --- ([956]-[998/1000]). The Primary Chronicle names Rogned, daughter of Rogvolod Prince of Polotsk, recording that she at first refused to marry Vladimir, preferring his half-brother Yaropolk. She became a nun in [989]. The Primary Chronicle records the death of Rogned in [998/1000]. m secondly (Kherson 988) ANNA of Byzantium, daughter of Emperor ROMANOS II & his second wife Theophano [n Vladimir Sviatoslavich Grandduke of Kiev (I7400)
 
3732 Vladimir Yaroslavich (Russian: ???????? ?????????) (1020 ? October 4, 1052) reigned as prince of Novgorod from 1036 until his death. He was the eldest son of Yaroslav I the Wise of Kiev by Ingigerd, daughter of king Olof Sk Vladimir Yaroslavich Prince of Novgorod (I7931)
 
3733 Vlak voor de kerst van 1911 waren Sjoerd, Rinze en Freerk eens goed doorgezakt in het caf Kooistra, Sjoerd Wierds (I42722)
 
3734 Volgens Acte van Naamgeving Dec 1811 12 jaar oud, dus van 1799. Kamstra, Froukjen Gerrits (I42622)
 
3735 Volgens de census 1940 en het overlijdensbericht hadden Howard Komejan Sr. en Anna Bouwman maar twee kinderen t.w. Willem Edward en Howard Junior. Alleen Willem Edward heeft voor verdere nageslacht gezorgd. Zie ook de overlijdensberichten. Gezin F16945
 
3736 Volgens Grietje hadden Harm en Wipke verkering. Tijdens die periode vertrok Harm naar Duitsland om daar te werken. Door WO1 was daar gebrek aan arbeidskrachten, dus er viel goed te werken.
Tijdens zijn afwezigheid bleek Wipke zwanger van Grietje. Ze schreef hem meerdere brieven, maar geen daarvan scheen aan te komen.
Willem Nicolai had al enige tijd een oogje op haar en greep de gelegenheid aan om de zwangere Wipke een aanzoek te doen. Omdat ze dacht dat Harm overleden was, is ze daarop ingegaan.
Zeven maanden na de bruiloft kwam Harm terug en trof een getrouwde Wipke aan met zijn kind. 
Gezin F151
 
3737 Volgens het doopboek geboren 16-5-1748,maar volgens het registre civique op 12-5-1745;het laatste stemt meer overeen met de leeftijd bij overlijden in de acte. de Ham, Jan Harmens (I10523)
 
3738 Volgens http://genealogievanbaak.fol.nl/hevabaframeset.htm?/hevaba000157.htm

geboren te 1591 
Frytsen Hylckes (I747)
 
3739 Volgens persoonskaart Evert: huwelijk ontbonden dd door overlijden Sukel, Elisabeth (I47859)
 
3740 Volgens Status Animarum 1749 45 jaar oud (gezindte: RK), overleden te Heede, begraven op 29-11-1779 te Heede (D.), meter bij doop Bernardus, zv Joannes Dalinck & Gesina, 11 mei 1730, Heede. SA 1749 Heede: Tecla Schuckenbrock 43, Everhardus 28, Albertus 12, Joannes 9, Joanna 6 Dähling, Thekla (I44156)
 
3741 Volgens/according to Social Security Death Index Spinder, Wessel (Wesley) (I466)
 
3742 Volgt geen onderwijs in 1897 volgens absentielijst school te Harkema. Praamstra, Grietje (I48545)
 
3743 Volgt geen onderwijs in 1897 volgens absentielijst school te Harkema. Mozes, Lammert Durks (I43421)
 
3744 Volgt geen onderwijs in 1897 volgens absentielijst school te Harkema. Nieuwenhuis, Boukje (Baaike) (I42612)
 
3745 Voogd in Turku, Turku Kasteel door de gouverneur van 1411-1434., Ridder, Voogd op  Diekn, Klas Lydekesson (I6266)
 
3746 Voornaam Lambertus
Achternaam Haan
Begraafplaats Ter Apel Kapelweg
Geboortedatum 11-08-1914
Overlijdensdatum 23-02-1980
Geboorteplaats
Overlijdensplaats
Foto Id 9561GA0386 
Haan, Lambertus (I308)
 
3747 Voornaam Trientje
Achternaam Geertsema
Begraafplaats Ter Apel Kapelweg
Geboortedatum 14-02-1917
Overlijdensdatum 20-01-2000
Geboorteplaats
Overlijdensplaats
Foto Id 9561GA0386 
Geertsema, Trientje (I55313)
 
3748 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Houkema, . (I50832)
 
3749 Tenminste nog één levende persoon is verbonden aan deze aantekening - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven. Schroder, R.P. (I50786)
 
3750 W?adys?aw I Herman (b. ca. 1044[1] - d. 4 June 1102), was a Duke of Poland from 1079 until his death.

He was the second son of Casimir I the Restorer by his wife Maria Dobroniega, daughter of Vladimir the Great, Grand Duke of Kiev.

Biography

As the second son, W?adys?aw was not destined for the throne. However, due to the flight from Poland of his older brother Boles?aw II the Bold in 1079, he was elevated to the rank of Duke of Poland. Opinions vary on whether W?adys?aw played an active role in the plot to depose his brother or whether he was handed the authority simply because he was the most proper person, being the next in line in the absence of the king and his son Mieszko Boles?awowic.

In 1080, in order to improve the relations between Poland and Bohemia, W?adys?aw married Judith, the daughter of the Duke (and first King from 1085) Vratislaus II. After this, the foreign policy of the Duke levitated strongly towards appeasement of the Holy Roman Empire.

He accepted overlordship of the Empire, and when in 1085 while in Mainz the Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV announced that his father-in-law Vratislaus II to be King of Bohemia and Poland, W?adys?aw did not object. He also never pursued the Royal crown due to his subservient status. Soon after, he was forced by the barons of Poland to recall from exile in Hungary his nephew and rightful heir to the Polish throne, Mieszko Boles?awowic. The young prince accepted the overlordship of his uncle and gave up his hereditary claims in exchange for becoming first in line of succession. W?adys?aw was forced to accept the terms of his nephew, because his eldest and only son at that time, Zbigniew, was illegitimate because he had been born from a union not recognized by the church. W?adys?aw's relations with the Emperor were considerably improved after his second marriage with his sister Judith (also Dowager Queen of Hungary) in 1089, who took the name Judith of Swabia after her wedding in order to distinguish herself from the late first wife of W?adys?aw (Judith of Bohemia).

W?adys?aw abandoned the alliance with Hungary favored by his deposed brother, and joined the anti-Papal camp. Also, he resumed paying tribute for Silesia to Bohemia. In addition Krak 
Wladyslaw Herman King of Poland (I7871)
 

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