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H02-1443.5. Holland Genealogical Society. Records, 1974-2010. 2.00 linear ft.

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Hope College

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The Holland Genealogical Society was organized to disseminate genealogical knowledge, to assist individuals in their family research, and to prepare and preserve family records and histories. Collection includes cemetery recordings recorded and published by Irene Reidsma. They include: “Burials and Tombstones, Lakeshore Cemetery, Park Township, Ottawa County, Michigan” (2007); “The Descendants of Gerrit Jan Van Dijk and His Wife Elizabeth Pasma: 1848 Pioneers of North Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan,” 1980; “Blendon Township Death Records, 1911-1952 (Partial),” 1994; “Death Records, Chester Township,” 1994; “Death Records, Fillmore Township, Allegan County, Michigan, 1897-1952,” 1994; “Death Records, Zeeland Township, Ottawa County, Michigan, 1867-1900” (taken from Ottawa County Death Records), 1994; “Death Records, Zeeland Township, Ottawa County, Michigan, 1904-1952,” 1994; “Eagles Cemetery, Grant Township, Oceana County, Michigan,” 1983; “Gros Cap Cemetery, Moran Township, Mackinac County, Michigan,” 1983; “Hanley Cemetery, Ottawa County, Michigan,” 1988; “Index to Church Records, Michigan Room, Grand Rapids Public Library,” 1992; “Journal of Town Board, Township of Fillmore, Allegan County, Michigan, 1848-1892,” 1985; “Known Burials and Tombstones, Ventura Cemetery, Formerly Known as Davis Burial Ground, Vandenberg Cemetery and Townline Cemetery, Park Township, Ottawa County, Michigan” by Robert and Janice Mahaney (2009); “New Era Cemetery, New Era, Shelby Township, Ocean County, Michigan,” 1983; “New Groningen Cemetery Recording,” 1976; “New Holland Local Cemetery Recording,” 1976; “Noordelos Cemetery Recording, Ottawa County, Michigan,” n.d.; “Pilgrim Home Cemetery Recording Het Kerkhof Van Holland Section,” 1877; “Records of West Addition Pilgrim Home Cemetery, Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan,” 2004; two undated descriptions of the “Port Sheldon Cemetery (now Consumer’s Energy property)”; “Recordings of Beaverdam Cemetery, Zeeland Township, Ottawa County, Michigan, “ 1990; “Recording of Blendon Cemetery of Blendon Township, Ottawa County, Michigan,” 1990; “Recordings of Borculo Cemetery of Blendon Township,” 1990; “Recordings of The Cemeteries of Banks Township, Antrim County, Michigan; and Bay View Cemetery, Central Lake Township, also Barnard Cemetery in Marion Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan,” 1978; “Recordings of East Saugatuck Cemetery (Fillmore Township, Allegan County, Michigan), East Holland Cemetery (Fillmore Township, Allegan County, Michigan), Gibson Cemetery, Laketown Township, Allegan County, Michigan),” 1987; “Recordings of Overisel Township Cemeteries, Allegan County, Michigan,” 1980; “Recordings of West Olive and Olive Township Cemeteries, Ottawa County, Michigan,” 1982; “Restlawn Cemetery Records, Record of Burials up to March 28, 1994,” 1994; “Supplement to The Descendants of Gerrit Jan Van Dijk and His Wife Elizabeth Pasma, The Lines of: Their Son, Jan G., Their Daughter, Catherine,” 2002; “Tombstone Recordings of the Mackinac Island, Michigan Cemeteries,” 1982; “Old Vriesland Christian Reformed Church Cemetery”; “Shackhuddle Cemetery,” n.d. (Georgetown Township); “Lowing Family Private Cemetery,” n.d. (Georgetown Township); “Matilda DuShane (Du Chien) Gravesite,” n.d. (Grand Haven Township); “Sprik Family Cemetery,” n.d. (Zeeland Township); “Recordings of Old Vriesland Cemetery and New Vriesland Cemetery, Zeeland Township, Ottawa County, Michigan,” 1984; and the society newsletter, Family Ties, 1974-2010 (index available).

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