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Bader's Dutch Bakeries Photographs

Newspaper article from 1963.
Bader's display at the Pacific National Exhibition, probably in the 1960s.
One of the first bakeries the family owned in Vancouver with delivery vehicles in front.
A later building located in the Cedar Cottage neighbourhood of Vancouver.
Employees at Bader's Bakery in Vancouver, probably in the 1930s.







The Family of Adrianus Bader & Johanna van Leeuwen

Biography written using information available as of 15 December 2015.


Adrianus Theodorus (Adrian) Bader was born on 21 July 1874 in Warmond in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. He was the third of four children born to Theodorus (Dirk) Bader and Antonia van Duijn. Adrian’s father had a wooden leg as a result of a wagon accident when he was a child and worked as a tailor. His father trained Adrian to be a tailor as well, be he hated the occupation and eventually became a journalist. 

Adrian married Joanna Maria van Leeuwen on 7 February 1900 in Warmond. Joanna (also shown as Johanna or Joanne) was born in Weesperkarspel also in 1874. She was the oldest of eight children born to Johannes Gerardus van Leeuwen and Maria Cornelia van Staveren. She moved to Oegstgeest in 1899 to work as a domestic with a family called van Geeves, but left them to move to Warmond.

They had their first child, Theodorus (Ted), in 1901. They had 12 more children between then and 1923: Gerardus (Gerald) in 1902, Antonio (Tony) in 1903, Cornelia (Nellie) in 1904, Antonia (Tonia) in 1908, Martinus (Martin or Tinus) in 1907, Adrianus (Ed) in 1910, Bernardus (Bernie) in 1911, Joannes (John or Johnny) in 1912,  Cornelius (Cor) in 1914, Willibrordus (Bill) in 1916, Johanna (Joanne or Jo) in 1919, and Henricus (Henry or Henk) in 1923. 



The family lived in a brick rowhouse (on Dopstraat Street) in Warmond. There were reportedly three rooms upstairs where the family slept — the parents in one room, the three girls in another, and all the boys in the third, sleeping two or three to a bed. Adrian ran a small stationary store, which was on the ground level of their home. He also wrote articles for a newspaper in the nearby city of Leiden, which he delivered once or twice a week on foot or by bicycle. Adrian’s father lived with the family after he was widowed and spent his time in a small room on the ground floor where he operated his tailoring business. 

The stories says that Adrian became one of the town elders of Warmond. He was head of the local water commission and also managed housing for the poor. Stories of his kind-heartedness tell that when collecting rents from the public housing, he often fell for a sad story and advanced part of even all of the rent to the family. But with 13 children of his own, he could hardly afford to do this, and all of his children worked from a young age to contribute to the family’s economic survival. 

With little money for entertainment, the children played sports, and the boys developed their own soccer team. Apparently, there were times when they did not have a soccer ball and used balled-up newspapers instead. 


As a young man, Adrian had dreamed of going to America, but his father forbade it. Family stories say that his son Gerald, who was working as a tulip bulb salesman, proposed to his girlfriend in Holland, but she said he needed him to establish himself before she would marry him (this may have been a requirement of her parents rather than her). It is possible that Adrian, because of his dream of America, encouraged his son to seek his fortune in America. 

A ship passenger register shows Gerald travelling to New York City in 1924 via the S.S. Volendam from Rotterdam arriving on July 2.




The stories then say that Gerald hitchhiked across the country to Washington State where a family friend lived (a young priest sent from Warmond as a Catholic missionary to small Dutch settlement) and that at some point, his younger brother Tony arrived there as well. The stories go on to say that Tony had baking experience from working in the kitchen on a Holland America lines ship and that as a result of this experience, work was found for the boys at a local bakery.

Ellis Island records show that Antonius A. Bader (Tony) arrived from Rotterdam in New York n 6 September 1924. He was listed as an employee/crew member on the manifest of the S.S. Ryndam. This fits the story and a ship's manifest shows that he was working as a baker in May of that year when she ship docked in New Orleans. It is unclear how he got to the west coast and when he arrived there. The ship manifest shows that Tony was not scheduled to leave the ship in New York, so he may have done so without telling the authorities or he may have continued working on the boat and disembarked at another time. A border card from 1930 shows that Tony spent 1924 to 1926 in the USA and that he arrived at New York, but there are currently no documents to indicate how he or his brother Gerald got across the country.

Again, the family stories tell that the young priest found work for the brothers at a small bakery in Lynden or Ferndale, Washington. But without legal status in the USA, they were forced to travel back and forth across the border to Canada (Cloverdale near Vancouver) as they were not initially allowed to be permanent residents of the United States. 
  



Gerald and Tony must have seen the potential for themselves and their family, because they sent word home telling their parents and siblings, and Gerald's fiancé, to come to North America. It is believed that the initial plan was to settle in Washington State and buy the bakery Gerald and Tony were working in. 

The family began the process of selling up everything to move to North America. However, their immigration application to the United States was turned down. Because the brothers were living and working in Canada, they suggested the family come there instead, with the possibility of applying for U.S. residency later. The family and Gerald's fiancée departed Antwerp, Holland on a ship called the Marburn, arriving in Canada on 23 April 1926. 



On this ship’s manifest were Adrianus and Johanna along with 10 children: Nellie, Tonia, Tinus, Ed, Bernard, Johnny, Cor, Bill, Joanne and Henk.

Missing were Gerald and Tony, who we know from family stories, were already in North America. Also missing, however, was the eldest, Ted. It is possible that Ted arrived earlier or later than the rest of the family. In fact, a ship's manifest shows a 25-year-old Theodore Bader arriving in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, on 4 April 1926, just two weeks before the Bader family left Holland. Interestingly, although it saws that this Theodore was born in Holland, his departure location was listed as Liverpool, England (24 March 1926). So this is likely him, sent early and probably taking enough money to rent a house or make other preparations for the arrival of that large family.

One family story says that they claimed to be farmers and applied as settlers and thus were required to take up residence where the government assigned them and were assigned to Saskatchewan. But the ship's manifest shows the destination of the family as Cloverdale, BC, and the "relative or employer" expecting them (or sponsoring them) was shown as G.J. Bader and Martin Ryan, a farmer. Adrianus was listed on the manifest as a farmer, so at least part of the story appears to be true (which is pretty standard for family stories, which often have some truth but not all). The end of the story says that the family found a way to stay on the train all the way to Vancouver (probably by bribing a conductor), where Gerald, Tony and Ted were waiting. 




Once in Vancouver, the family rented a house and the older boys found work in local bakeries. By 1927, some of the children were already married and living on their own, but most were still living with Adrianus and Joanna.

1927 British Columbia Directory Listing
House the family rented in 1927 at 2734 Glen in Vancouver.
This house was built in 1911 and still stands in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.
Gerald married his fiancée immediately and started a family. In 1927, the directory shows Adrianus working as a paper hanger (I assume this is Adrianus senior and not junior/Ed who would have been around 17 at the time). Tony was a baker at the Grouse Mountain Hotel. Tonia was a maid and Gerald was a baker. 

The 1928 directory shows that Adrianus was a florist, Tony was a baker at the Velvet Bakery, and Bernard was a plumber. Martin was a planerman, Ted was a millworker and Gerald was a baker. Gerald was the only one living away from the family. 

By 1929, baking was becoming the family business. Tony, Tonia and Martin were all working at the Commercial Bakery and Adrianus jr./Ed was a baker at Woman's Bakery. 

By 1930 Gerald had begun a bakery business in Abbotsford with a partner. Also in 1930, Tony was shown in the directory as the proprietor of the Commercial Bakery on Vanness. That same year, Adrianus senior was listed as a carpenter. Adrianus junior/Ed was working at Woman's Bakery.

That same year shows that some of the family members pooled their resources to start their own bakery. This first business was named Bader Bros. Bakery and is was at 1210 Hastings and employed John, Bernard and Martin and probably Tonia. Tony was still at the Commercial Bakery.

By 1931, Adrian senior was retired. Adrian junior, Ed, was shown working at Woman's Bakery, but Tony, Bernard, John and Martin were all at Bader Bros., which was then located at 3642 Commercial.

The bakery was located in the Cedar Cottage neighbourhood of Vancouver, and the parents and unmarried children lived in a large house just around the corner.



1930 British Columbia Directory
1932 British Columbia Directory
It wasn't long before the name of the business was changed to Bader's Dutch Bakeries, and in 1932 it had multiple retail locations around Vancouver: Commercial, Granville, Nanaimo, Fraser, and West 10th. Ted married in 1931 and was still not part of the baking world and had been working as a finisher for a couple of years.

In 1933, Tony was listed as the president of Baker's Dutch Bakeries in Seattle, although his residence was still in Vancouver and under the Vancouver business he was also shown as president. Ed, Bernard, Cor, John and Martin were all shown to be working at Bader's in Vancouver, which still had locations on Commercial, Fraser, Nanaimo and West 10th. By 1934, Ted had finally been pulled into the business.

In the 1935 directory, Tony and Bernard had both disappeared from the Vancouver area and must have moved to Seattle, where we know they ran a successful baking business for many years and were heavily involved in the community. 

Between then and 1936, a decision was made to focus on wholesale and one larger location was established that became a factory. 


1936 British Columbia Directory

In 1927 Nellie had married John Schollen, who became a driver at Bader's in the mid 1930s. But Nellie died in 1941.

Gerald continued at the Abbotsford Bakery until 1946 when he moved his family to Santa Rosa California where he operated several different bakeries throughout his life. 

Joanne married a cook/baker and they ran the Jubilee Bakery in Burnaby for a short time, and Joanne also worked at Bader's for many years. 

Ed moved to Toronto at some point. Tonia and her husband had a bakery in Ontario for a time and then settled in Alberta with a gas station. John owned Circle Bakery on Kingsway in Vancouver for many years. Cor gradually bought out his brothers as they retired or moved on to other things, and eventually sold the Bader's Dutch Bakeries business in 1972.


A Bader's Bakery display at the Pacific National Exhibition (PNE)
All of Adrian and Johanna's children married and had children of their own except the youngest, Henry or Henk, who became a Roman Catholic priest in 1947. Adrian and Johanna had dozens of grandchildren. Family reunions have been attended by more than 100 people. The first reunion was held in Burnaby, BC in October 1963. The second family reunion was on June 23, 1979 in Richmond, BC. The third was held in Surrey on July 13, 1991.

Johanna is apparently a near legend for her family back in the Netherlands, probably because she moved to North America and because of the successful business that her children built.

Adrian died in 1938 and Johanna died in 1952. Both are buried in Ocean View Memorial Park in Burnaby, BC along with several of their children. The last of their 13 children died in 1997 (Bernard).





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Historical Resources for Holland

Following are links to historical information related to the families listed on this site (last updated February 11, 2014).

Warmond, Holland

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warmond

Historical Buildings in Warmond

http://www.yelp.com/search?cflt=landmarks&find_loc=Warmond,+Zuid-Holland

Warmond Map 1867

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Warmond_1867.png

van Leeuwen Detailed Ancestral Report

The research for the van Leeuwen ancestry was done by a Dutch cousin 
who shared ancestry with the van Leeuwen family.

Ancestral Report for van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria
Generation 1
1. van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria. Johanna Maria was born on 1874-05-13 in Weesperkarspel, Netherlands.  She died in 1952 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the age of 77 years, 7 months.  She was the daughter of van Leeuwen, Johannes Gerardus and van Staveren, Maria. She married Bader, Adrianus Theodorus. 
Spouse: Bader, Adrianus Theodorus.
Adrianus Theodorus was born on 1874-07-22 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1938-03-25 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the age of 63 years, 8 months.  He was the son of Bader, Theodorus (Dirk) and van Duijn, Antonia. 
Children of van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria and Bader, Adrianus Theodorus
i. Bader, Joanna Cornelia Remigia. Joanna Cornelia Remigia was born on 1919-06-12 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1976-12-16 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  
Generation 2
2. van Leeuwen, Johannes Gerardus. Johannes Gerardus was born on 1841-05-17 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1916-08-21 in Haarlemmermeer, North Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 75 years, 3 months.  He was the son of van Leeuwen, Cornelis and Pieterse, Joanna. He married van Staveren, Maria on 1872-04-24 in Haarlemmermeer, North Holland, The Netherlands. 
3. van Staveren, Maria. Maria was born in 1847 in Waddinxveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died in 1920 at the age of 73 years.  She was the daughter of van Staveren, Martinus and van Haastrecht, Johanna. 
Children of van Staveren, Maria and van Leeuwen, Johannes Gerardus
i. van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria [1]. Johanna Maria was born on 1874-05-13 in Weesperkarspel, Netherlands.  She died in 1952 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  
Generation 3
4. van Leeuwen, Cornelis. Cornelis was born in 1805 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He was the son of van Leeuwen, Kornelis and Lyten/Leiten/Leide, Catharina. He married Pieterse, Joanna on 1831-05-13 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
5. Pieterse, Joanna. Joanna was born in 1807 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She was the daughter of Pieterse, Joannis and Gude, Margaretha. 
Children of Pieterse, Joanna and van Leeuwen, Cornelis
i. van Leeuwen, Johannes Gerardus [2]. Johannes Gerardus was born on 1841-05-17 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1916-08-21 in Haarlemmermeer, North Holland, The Netherlands.  
6. van Staveren, Martinus. He had a relationship with van Haastrecht, Johanna. 
7. van Haastrecht, Johanna. 
Children of van Haastrecht, Johanna and van Staveren, Martinus
i. van Staveren, Maria [3]. Maria was born in 1847 in Waddinxveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died in 1920.  
Generation 4
8. van Leeuwen, Kornelis. Kornelis was born on 1768-04-29 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1808-01-10 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 39 years, 8 months.  He was the son of van Leeuwen, Joannes (Jan Dirckzoon) and Kreslisdr, Gerritje. He married Lyten/Leiten/Leide, Catharina in 1803 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
9. Lyten/Leiten/Leide, Catharina. Catharina was born in 1779 in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She was the daughter of Leide, Cornelis Fransse and van Egmond, Antje Aaris. 
Children of Lyten/Leiten/Leide, Catharina and van Leeuwen, Kornelis
i. van Leeuwen, Cornelis [4]. Cornelis was born in 1805 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
10. Pieterse, Joannis. He had a relationship with Gude, Margaretha. 
11. Gude, Margaretha. 
Children of Gude, Margaretha and Pieterse, Joannis
i. Pieterse, Joanna [5]. Joanna was born in 1807 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 5
16. van Leeuwen, Joannes (Jan Dirckzoon). Joannes (Jan Dirckzoon) was born in 1739.  He died in 1782 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 43 years.  He was the son of van Leeuwen, Dirck Fransz and van Grieken, Soetje Jan. He married Kreslisdr, Gerritje on 1766-04-14 in Hoogmade, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
17. Kreslisdr, Gerritje. Gerritje was born in 1722 in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.  
Children of Kreslisdr, Gerritje and van Leeuwen, Joannes (Jan Dirckzoon)
i. van Leeuwen, Kornelis [8]. Kornelis was born on 1768-04-29 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1808-01-10 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
18. Leide, Cornelis Fransse. He had a relationship with van Egmond, Antje Aaris. 
19. van Egmond, Antje Aaris. 
Children of van Egmond, Antje Aaris and Leide, Cornelis Fransse
i. Lyten/Leiten/Leide, Catharina [9]. Catharina was born in 1779 in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 6
32. van Leeuwen, Dirck Fransz. He died on 1778-05-12 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He was the son of van Leeuwen, Fransz. He married van Grieken, Soetje Jan on 1726-02-15 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
33. van Grieken, Soetje Jan. Soetje Jan was born in Nieuwetering, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1763-12-05 in Rijpwetering, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Children of van Grieken, Soetje Jan and van Leeuwen, Dirck Fransz
i. van Leeuwen, Joannes (Jan Dirckzoon) [16]. Joannes (Jan Dirckzoon) was born in 1739.  He died in 1782 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 7
64. van Leeuwen, Fransz. Fransz was born in 1675.  He had a relationship with Unknown. 
Children of unknown and van Leeuwen, Fransz

i. van Leeuwen, Dirck Fransz [32]. He died on 1778-05-12 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  

Pedigree Chart (Family Tree) for Joanne Bader (1919)

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Pedigree Chart (Family Tree) for Johanna van Leeuwen

The research for the van Leeuwen ancestry was done by a Dutch cousin 
who shared ancestry with the van Leeuwen family.

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Biography: Joanne Cornelia Bader (1920-1976)

Biography written using information available as of February 11, 2014.

Joanne Cornelia Bader 1920-1976
Joanne Cornelia Bader was born 12 June 1919 in Warmond, Holland. She was the 12th child of Adrianus Theodorus (Adrian) Bader and Johanna van Leeuwen. Joanne’s father was a journalist and town elder. Her mother, as you can imagine, had no time for anything other than caring for her 13 offspring.

In the early 1920s, two of Joanne's older brothers worked their passage on a ship to North America as bakers in the kitchen. They then found work at a small bakery in Washington State and eventually sent for the rest of the family with the plan of settling in Washington State and buying the bakery they were working in.

The family sold up everything they had to move to North America, ending up on Vancouver. Joanne grew up in Vancouver working in the family’s bakery, which was located in the Cedar Cottage neighbourhood of Vancouver, and their home was just around the corner. She was an avid softball player and played on a championship team.

During the second world war, she met James Edward Lowe — Jim — and they were married on 11 February 1942. Jim was in the navy and worked as a cook in the mess on several ships. Joanne followed him from port to port in British Columbia when she could, finding jobs as a driver. The rest of the time she lived in Vancouver, probably working at Bader’s Bakery.
After the war, with her background in baking and his military cooking experience, the couple decided to start a bakery of their own. Lowe's Bakery opened in Burnaby in 1946. They had their first child, Theresa, in 1948. But operating a bakery and making a profit was difficult and in 1950 they closed up shop. Jim found other work, and in 1951, the had their second child, Michael, and then in 1953 they had another daughter, Maureen.

With a growing family, they moved into a house at 2141 Scarboro in the Fraserview neighbourhood of south-east Vancouver in 1952 through the Veteran's Land Act (VLA). Anne Marie (Casey) was born in 1955, Kathleen in 1958 and finally their last child, Philip, was born in 1959. Joanne spent the 1950s and early 1960s raising her six children.

Joanne was active in the ladies auxiliary of her church, Corpus Christi, working on committees and fundraising. Her younger brother had become a priest and the family had strong connections to the Roman Catholic religion, and she was involved with other Catholic charity work as well.

Joanne working at the Bader's Dutch Bakeries booth at the Pacific National Exhibition
When her children were all in school, Joanne returned to working at her family's cookie factory, Bader's Dutch Bakeries Limited, and worked there as a cookie packer into the 1970s. At the end of the 1960s, she and Jim divorced. She eventually stopped working to focus on raising the children who were still living at home, but continued to do volunteer work. She delivered meals for Meals-on Wheels and helped run a half-way house through Catholic charities. She had a soft spot for a hard luck story and often helped those in need who she met through the community.

Joanne enjoyed gardening and travelling, although she didn’t get to do nearly as much travelling as she’d have liked. But she often took trips to visit her siblings who were living in Alberta, Washington State and California. Joanne had a wicked sense of humour and enjoyed playing practical jokes — something she inherited from her large family. She also liked card games, old movies, and wildlife documentaries.

In 1975, Joanne was diagnosed with oesophagus cancer (everyone smoked back then), and after an 18-month battle with the disease, she died on 16 December 1976.

Bader Family Group Photos

Following are photographs of the Bader family before and after arriving in Canada. They were a close family in that they were involved in business together and thus the siblings, their spouses and children had continuous contact with each other into the 1970s. As the original members of the family began to die off, the families gradually began to lose touch, but several cousins have made an effort to keep the families connected to each other, most recently using a Facebook group.







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Bader Detailed Ancestral Report

The research for this was done by a cousin whose grandfather was Adrianus Theodorus Bader's brother and shared ancestry from Theodorus (Dirk) Bader.

Generation 1
1. Bader, Joanna Cornelia Remigia. Joanna Cornelia Remigia was born on 1919-06-12 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1976-12-16 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the age of 57 years, 6 months.  She was the daughter of Bader, Adrianus Theodorus and van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria. She married Lowe, James Edward on 1942-02-11 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Spouse: Lowe, James Edward.
James Edward was born on 1920-03-14.  He died on 1995-02-16 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the age of 74 years, 11 months.  
Generation 2
2. Bader, Adrianus Theodorus. Adrianus Theodorus was born on 1874-07-22 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1938-03-25 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the age of 63 years, 8 months.  He was the son of Bader, Theodorus (Dirk) and van Duijn, Antonia. He married van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria. 
3. van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria. Johanna Maria was born on 1874-05-13 in Weesperkarspel, Netherlands.  She died in 1952 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada at the age of 77 years, 7 months.  
Children of van Leeuwen, Johanna Maria and Bader, Adrianus Theodorus
i. Bader, Joanna Cornelia Remigia [1]. Joanna Cornelia Remigia was born on 1919-06-12 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1976-12-16 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  
Generation 3
4. Bader, Theodorus (Dirk). Theodorus (Dirk) was born on 1845-04-14 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1931-03-05 in Sassenheim, The Netherlands at the age of 85 years, 10 months.  He was the son of Bader, Dirk and van Dijk, Johanna. He married van Duijn, Antonia on 1870-06-29 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands. 
5. van Duijn, Antonia. Antonia was born on 1838-08-07 in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.  She was the daughter of van Duijn, Teunis and Cremer, Grietje. 
Children of van Duijn, Antonia and Bader, Theodorus (Dirk)
i. Bader, Adrianus Theodorus [2]. Adrianus Theodorus was born on 1874-07-22 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1938-03-25 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  
Generation 4
8. Bader, Dirk. Dirk was born on 1800-08-15 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1881-10-11 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 81 years, 1 month.  He was the son of Bader, Jan and Snetker, Marijtje. He married van Dijk, Johanna on 1840-09-13 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands. 
9. van Dijk, Johanna. Johanna was born on 1814-03-15 in Roelofarendsveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1883-04-30 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 69 years, 1 month.  She was the daughter of van Dijk, Jan and Bongenaar, Barbara. 
Children of van Dijk, Johanna and Bader, Dirk
i. Bader, Theodorus (Dirk) [4]. Theodorus (Dirk) was born on 1845-04-14 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1931-03-05 in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.  
10. van Duijn, Teunis. Teunis was born on 1799-11-25 in Lisse, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1829-05-15 in Zoeterwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 29 years, 5 months.  He was the son of van Duijn, Jacob and Moolema, Christina. He married Cremer, Grietje. 
11. Cremer, Grietje. Grietje was born on 1801-03-11 in Rijpwetering, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Children of Cremer, Grietje and van Duijn, Teunis
i. van Duijn, Antonia [5]. Antonia was born on 1838-08-07 in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.  
Generation 5
16. Bader, Jan. Jan was born on 1774-06-10 in Zevenhoven, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1841-05-11 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 66 years, 11 months.  He was the son of Bader, Dirk and Wijkburg, Agatha. He married Snetker, Marijtje on 1799-10-06 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
17. Snetker, Marijtje. Marijtje was born on 1775-11-12 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She was the daughter of Snetker, Pieter Janse and van Noort, Jennetje Klaas. 
Children of Snetker, Marijtje and Bader, Jan
i. Bader, Dirk [8]. Dirk was born on 1800-08-15 in Hazerswoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1881-10-11 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  
18. van Dijk, Jan. He had a relationship with Bongenaar, Barbara. 
19. Bongenaar, Barbara. 
Children of Bongenaar, Barbara and van Dijk, Jan
i. van Dijk, Johanna [9]. Johanna was born on 1814-03-15 in Roelofarendsveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1883-04-30 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  
20. van Duijn, Jacob. Jacob was born in 1774 in Katwijk aan den Rijn, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He was the son of van Duijn, Meijndert and van der Ruijt, Engeltje. He married Moolema, Christina on 1798-02-11 in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
21. Moolema, Christina. Christina was born in 1773 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She was the daughter of Moolema, Johannis and Vermeij, Johanna. 
Children of Moolema, Christina and van Duijn, Jacob
i. van Duijn, Teunis [10]. Teunis was born on 1799-11-25 in Lisse, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1829-05-15 in Zoeterwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 6
32. Bader, Dirk. Dirk was born on 1742-11-24 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1816-01-25 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 73 years, 2 months.  He was the son of Bader, Jan and Abenes, Doortje Maartense. He married Wijkburg, Agatha on 1770-01-05 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
33. Wijkburg, Agatha. Agatha was born on 1743-11-29 in Roelofarendsveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1792-04-07 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 48 years, 4 months.  She was the daughter of Wijkburg, Teuwis Jansz. and van Staaten, Cornelia Hendrikse. 
Children of Wijkburg, Agatha and Bader, Dirk
i. Bader, Jan [16]. Jan was born on 1774-06-10 in Zevenhoven, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1841-05-11 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  
34. Snetker, Pieter Janse. He married van Noort, Jennetje Klaas. 
35. van Noort, Jennetje Klaas. 
Children of van Noort, Jennetje Klaas and Snetker, Pieter Janse
i. Snetker, Marijtje [17]. Marijtje was born on 1775-11-12 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
40. van Duijn, Meijndert. Meijndert was born in 1743 in Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1820-09-11 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 77 years, 8 months.  He was the son of van Duijn, Jacob Teun and van Kuijeren, Aachie. He married van der Ruijt, Engeltje on 1773-05-25 in Katwijk aan den Rijn, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
41. van der Ruijt, Engeltje. Engeltje was born in 1750 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1811-02-23 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 61 years, 1 month.  She was the daughter of van der Ruijt, Cornelis and Koloos, Maria. 
Children of van der Ruijt, Engeltje and van Duijn, Meijndert
i. van Duijn, Jacob [20]. Jacob was born in 1774 in Katwijk aan den Rijn, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
42. Moolema, Johannis. Johannis was born in 1738 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He married Vermeij, Johanna on 1768-09-05 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
43. Vermeij, Johanna. Johanna was born in 1738 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She was the daughter of Vermeij, Jacob Cornelisz and van der Hoorn, Stijntje Cornelisdr. 
Children of Vermeij, Johanna and Moolema, Johannis
i. Moolema, Christina [21]. Christina was born in 1773 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 7
64. Bader, Jan. Jan was born on 1717-10-19 in Amsterdam, Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1787-09-08 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 69 years, 10 months.  He married Abenes, Doortje Maartense on 1787-09-08 in Zevenhoven, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
65. Abenes, Doortje Maartense. Doortje Maartense was born in 1720 in Oude Wetering, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1793-11-30 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 73 years, 10 months.  She was the daughter of Abenes, Maarten Jansz and Kennis, Pieterke Ariens. 
Children of Abenes, Doortje Maartense and Bader, Jan
i. Bader, Dirk [32]. Dirk was born on 1742-11-24 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1816-01-25 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
66. Wijkburg, Teuwis Jansz. He married van Staaten, Cornelia Hendrikse. 
67. van Staaten, Cornelia Hendrikse. 
Children of van Staaten, Cornelia Hendrikse and Wijkburg, Teuwis Jansz.
i. Wijkburg, Agatha [33]. Agatha was born on 1743-11-29 in Roelofarendsveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1792-04-07 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
80. van Duijn, Jacob Teun. Jacob Teun was born in 1715.  He married van Kuijeren, Aachie on 1741-04-09 in Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
81. van Kuijeren, Aachie. Aachie was born in 1721 in Katwijk aan den Rijn, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died in 1747 in Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 26 years.  She was the daughter of Kuijeren, Meijndert Cornelisz and Vinkesteijn, Aaltie Leendertsd. 
Children of van Kuijeren, Aachie and van Duijn, Jacob Teun
i. van Duijn, Meijndert [40]. Meijndert was born in 1743 in Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1820-09-11 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  
82. van der Ruijt, Cornelis. Cornelis was born in 1722 in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1792-05-20 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 70 years, 4 months.  He was the son of van der Ruijt, Arij Sijmensz and Brelofsbergen, Engeltje Crijnsd. He married Koloos, Maria on 1749-05-17 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
83. Koloos, Maria. Maria was born in 1724 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1795-11-06 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 71 years, 10 months.  She was the daughter of Koloos, Pieter and van Egmond, Marijtje. 
Children of Koloos, Maria and van der Ruijt, Cornelis
i. van der Ruijt, Engeltje [41]. Engeltje was born in 1750 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1811-02-23 in Warmond, Zuid Holland, The Netherlands.  
86. Vermeij, Jacob Cornelisz. Jacob Cornelisz was born in 1710 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He married van der Hoorn, Stijntje Cornelisdr on 1733-03-02 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
87. van der Hoorn, Stijntje Cornelisdr. Stijntje Cornelisdr was born in 1710 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Children of van der Hoorn, Stijntje Cornelisdr and Vermeij, Jacob Cornelisz
i. Vermeij, Johanna [43]. Johanna was born in 1738 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 8
130. Abenes, Maarten Jansz. Maarten Jansz was born in 1689 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died in 1732 at the age of 43 years.  He was the son of van Abenes, Jan Willemszoon and Verlaan, Cuniertje Pieterse. He married Kennis, Pieterke Ariens on 1714-06-04 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
131. Kennis, Pieterke Ariens. Pieterke Ariens was born in 1690 in Oude Wetering, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Children of Kennis, Pieterke Ariens and Abenes, Maarten Jansz
i. Abenes, Doortje Maartense [65]. Doortje Maartense was born in 1720 in Oude Wetering, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1793-11-30 in Nieuwveen, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
162. Kuijeren, Meijndert Cornelisz. Meijndert Cornelisz was born on 1705-04-25 in Katwijk aan den Rijn, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He married Vinkesteijn, Aaltie Leendertsd. 
163. Vinkesteijn, Aaltie Leendertsd. 
Children of Vinkesteijn, Aaltie Leendertsd and Kuijeren, Meijndert Cornelisz
i. van Kuijeren, Aachie [81]. Aachie was born in 1721 in Katwijk aan den Rijn, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died in 1747 in Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
164. van der Ruijt, Arij Sijmensz. He married Brelofsbergen, Engeltje Crijnsd in 1718 in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
165. Brelofsbergen, Engeltje Crijnsd. 
Children of Brelofsbergen, Engeltje Crijnsd and van der Ruijt, Arij Sijmensz
i. van der Ruijt, Cornelis [82]. Cornelis was born in 1722 in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1792-05-20 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
166. Koloos, Pieter. Pieter was born in 1698 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1777-11-03 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 79 years, 10 months.  He was the son of Koloos, Christiaan and Persoon, Marijtje Hendriksd. He had a relationship with van Egmond, Marijtje. 
167. van Egmond, Marijtje. Marijtje was born in 1700 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1731-07-21 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 31 years, 6 months.  She was the daughter of van Egmond, Steven and van der AA, Maarte Franksd. 
Children of van Egmond, Marijtje and Koloos, Pieter
i. Koloos, Maria [83]. Maria was born in 1724 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1795-11-06 in Rijnsburg, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 9
260. van Abenes, Jan Willemszoon. Jan Willemszoon was born in 1665 in Alkemade, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He married Verlaan, Cuniertje Pieterse. 
261. Verlaan, Cuniertje Pieterse. 
Children of Verlaan, Cuniertje Pieterse and van Abenes, Jan Willemszoon
i. Abenes, Maarten Jansz [130]. Maarten Jansz was born in 1689 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died in 1732.  
332. Koloos, Christiaan. Christiaan was born in 1673 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1700-09-04 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 27 years, 8 months.  He was the son of Koloos, Jacob Jacobse and Westgeest, Maria. He married Persoon, Marijtje Hendriksd on 1700-09-04 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
333. Persoon, Marijtje Hendriksd. Marijtje Hendriksd was born in 1670 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1730-03-03 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 60 years, 2 months.  
Children of Persoon, Marijtje Hendriksd and Koloos, Christiaan
i. Koloos, Pieter [166]. Pieter was born in 1698 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1777-11-03 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
334. van Egmond, Steven. Steven was born in 1696.  He had a relationship with van der AA, Maarte Franksd. 
335. van der AA, Maarte Franksd. 
Children of van der AA, Maarte Franksd and van Egmond, Steven
i. van Egmond, Marijtje [167]. Marijtje was born in 1700 in Esselickerwoude, South Holland, The Netherlands.  She died on 1731-07-21 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 10
664. Koloos, Jacob Jacobse. Jacob Jacobse was born on 1632-01-28 in Oeren in het arrandissement van Veume.  He died in 1689 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 56 years, 11 months.  He was the son of Koloos, Jacob and de Cots, Maria. He married Westgeest, Maria in 1664 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands. 
665. Westgeest, Maria. Maria was born in 1640.  She died in 1675 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands at the age of 35 years.  She was the daughter of Westgeest, Dirk and van Alkemade, Cornelisje Simonsd. 
Children of Westgeest, Maria and Koloos, Jacob Jacobse
i. Koloos, Christiaan [332]. Christiaan was born in 1673 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  He died on 1700-09-04 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
Generation 11
1328. Koloos, Jacob. He had a relationship with de Cots, Maria. 
1329. de Cots, Maria. 
Children of de Cots, Maria and Koloos, Jacob
i. Koloos, Jacob Jacobse [664]. Jacob Jacobse was born on 1632-01-28 in Oeren in het arrandissement van Veume.  He died in 1689 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.  
1330. Westgeest, Dirk. He had a relationship with van Alkemade, Cornelisje Simonsd. 
1331. van Alkemade, Cornelisje Simonsd. 
Children of van Alkemade, Cornelisje Simonsd and Westgeest, Dirk

i. Westgeest, Maria [665]. Maria was born in 1640.  She died in 1675 in Oegstgeest, South Holland, The Netherlands.