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My name is Denise Zaremba-Mingerink, one of the grand daughters of Effie Vogel-LaBryn/ Labrijn and Martin (Marinus) LaBryn/ Labrijn; I am one of the daughters of Nellie LaBryn- Zaremba.

 

This site is attempting to trace of the family line of  LaBryn/ Labrijn/ Bris through the paternal side mainly, and others as I find the correct information. Maartje, Marinus and Helena Labrijn/ LaBryn emmegrated from the Netherlands to America -arriving on April 16,1912 on the SS Rotterdam of the Holland America Line (Upon arrival, they heard about the sinking of the Titanic which happened on April 10, 1912- while also crossing the Atlantic.)

 Marinus and Helena's eldest sister Neeltje Helena, remained in the Netherlands as she was married to Marinus Boer. 

 This information is a work in progress, and changes as more information is gathered.

 

The surname name of "LaBryn or Labryn"(c.1912-present) in America changed from "Labrijn or Labreijn"(c.1690-present) in Ridderkerk, Netherlands - from "Leberin"(c.1660-1688) in Rotterdam, Netherlands- from "Labris" (c.1640-1660) in the Chanel Island of Guernsey -from "Le Brit" (c.1586-1624) - from "Bris" (c. 1530-1580's) all from St. Peters Port, Guernsey ( located off the coast of France near Normandy in the English Chanel.)

 

The surname Bris was first found in the northern coastal region of France known as Normandy/ Normadie. The surname Bris was first found in Normandy (the former Duchy of Normandy), where the family name first originated, maintaining their status as one of the more distinguished famlies of the region. Changes of spellings have occured with most surnames.  (source-https://www.houseofnames.com/bris-family-crest)

The French regional surname of Le Bris also shows up in the Breton/ Brittany area of France. (secondary source -http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/24420-Regional-surnames-in-France)

 

 

While you are here, take a look at the photos ~ there are many more than the random photos shown below!


If you have any information, memories, photos or stories that you would like to add under a person in this site; or if you would like to join this family site ~  please click hier to contact me, or use the mailbox option. Thank you! 


 

Familienieuws
apr 15, 2018
phe hendriks is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: van Soest-Ligtlee Web Site
apr 11, 2018
phe hendriks is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Afstammelingen van Catharina de Bruin
mrt 12, 2018
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: de Graaf Web Site
feb 25, 2018
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: van Meerkerk Web Site
feb 04, 2018
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: van Duin Web Site
jan 20, 2018
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Bahn Web Site
jan 14, 2018
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Marianne van der Hoek Web Site
jan 12, 2018
Dingeman Hendrikse is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Bilkert Web Site
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Bilkert Web Site
nov 02, 2017
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: van Dusschoten Stamboom
okt 27, 2017
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Genealogie Familie Thijs - Dewit
okt 17, 2017
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Lassooij Web Site
sep 11, 2017
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Aalbers Family Web Site
mei 24, 2017
denise mingerink heeft een foto toegevoegd van Leendert Aryensz 't Jong (Haverboer) :
 
denise mingerink heeft de gegevens van Leendert Aryensz 't Jong (Haverboer) bijgewerkt in stamboom LaBryn Family Tree
mei 21, 2017
Willem Meier is lid geworden van een andere familiesite: Hutto Web Site
mei 29, 2016
denise mingerink gaf commentaar op de foto Younger Neeltg LaBryn:
 Neeltjie is wearing her oorijzer, or metal headdress piece that secured the lace cap from strong sea winds as well as being part of the traditional "Sunday best" dress ( worn also for holidays). Some styles were mere metal bands- while others were larger metal helmets worn under the cap, thus showing only the decorative parts at the sides of the face. These varied in style and size according to different regions in the Netherlands.
Neeltjie"s oorijzer in this photo appear to be curled or twists of metal. The white cap style also varied by style and size according to the different regions in the Netherlands. 
mei 27, 2016
denise mingerink zei: Interesting source found! http://www.historisch-genootschap-heerjansdam.nl/genealogy/Labrijn.htm
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