John A. Van Hardeveld10N 48W



John immigrated from the Netherlands in May 1893, living in Crook Colorado from 1893 to 1922 and Laramie, Wyoming, naturalized in Logan County on February 10, 1900.

John claimed 80 acres in 10, 10N 48W in 1900.



He was a railroad section worker in 1900 Logan County, Crook precinct, born Janaury 1875 in Holland, lodging with the Peter Johnsn family.



John Avan Arzinus Van Hardeveld, residing at Bas Obispo, born January 19, 1855 in Veenendall, Holland, was initiated into the Massachusetts Masons May 20, 1911.
In 1920 John was living in the Canal Zone, 44, with Rose 43 born in Germany. Cornelia K. 17 and Gertrude C. 15 were born in Wyoming, Jacob A. 12 in Nebraska, and Janna M. 6 in the Canal Zone.

John applied for a passport in 1922, planning to go to work for the Chile Exploration Company as a track foreman.

John is in the Canal Zone in 1930, 55, with a servant Rosa Rincon 30 born in Colombia.

"Jan Van Hardeveld Received The Roosevelt Medal of Honor For Serving the Longest Time At the Construction of the Canal and Beyond."
"PBS documentary about the construction of the Canal and our Heroic Worker Jan Van Hardeveld."

In 1940 Tucson, Arizona, John is a track man for the U.S. Government, 64, with Rose 63 born in Alsace-Lorrain. Gertrude Dewey is 35, born in Idaho, with Jacquueline 16 and Roy 15 born in Arizona.

October 19, 1966 "Rosina Mahr van Hardeveld will celebrate her 90th birthday Friday, Oct. 21, and will mark the occasion Sunday, the 23rd, at a party at the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. Burr DuBois. Mrs. van HardeveId was born in Alsace-Lorraine, and came to this country with her parents when she was 6. The family homesteaded near Sidney, Neb. After graduation from Nebraska Normal, Rosina taught school until her marriage. As a bride, she and her husband, John A. van Hardeveld, went to the Panama Canal Zone. She was the third North American woman in the area, and was responsible for many of the schools and churches there. Mrs. van Hardeveld wrote of these experiences in a book, "Make The Dirt Fly." She has lived in Tucson for the past 45 years.
At the party next week, Mrs. DuBois will be assisted by Mrs. van Hardeveld's grand nephews 3nd grand nieces Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Dewey and Phoenicians Mr. and Mrs. Leo Welnick Jr.."

June 19, 1969 Tucson "Mrs. Rose Mahr van Hardeveld, 92, died this week in San Antonio, Texas. She lived in Tucson for many years with her daughter, Mrs. D. B. DuBois, at 2230 E. 9th St. A native of Alsace-Lorraine, Mrs. van Hardeveld came to the U.S. with her family before the turn of the century. They homesteaded in Nebraska. She taught rural school in Nebraska, where she married John van Hardeveld, then a newly naturalized Netherlander. For many years the family lived in the Panama Canal Zone where her husband was employed in building the canal. In 1956 Mrs. van Hardeveld published a book, 'Make the Dirt Fly' based upon her remembrance of her life in Panama. She was recognized by the U.S. Army for her teaching efforts for soldiers during World War I, and in her 20s she became a missionary teacher in China. She was a member of the Christ Lutheran Church, Alamo Heights, Tex.; the Reserve Officers Ladies Association of the United States, National League of American Women and the Panama Canal Society. She is survived by 4 children, 12 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Saturday in San Antonio."

"MRS. ROSE M. VAN HARDEVELD Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sunset Memorial Park for Mrs. Rose M. Van Hardeveld, 92, of S32 Cambridge Oval, who died Monday. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Cornelia K. DuBois and Mrs. Thomas Wilkens, both of Tucson, son, Army Col. J. A. Van Hardeveld San Antonio; seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. "

CORNELIA

Cornelia was born in Rolling Rock, Wyoming January 7, 1903.

Cornelia Van Hardeveld, 32, married D. Burr DuBois on July 9, 1934 in Yuma Arizona.

Cornelia K. Vanhardeveld and D.B. Dubois had Codita Kathryn on September 26, 1928 in Hollywood.
In 1940 Tucson, Cornelia K. DuBois is 37, born in Wyoming, with Codita K. 11 California and Helen K. 3 in Arizona.

1952 Tucson "Cornelia DuBois "seems to get so much enjoyment out of her music." Fact is, Mrs. D. Burr DuBois gets tremendous enjoyment out of everything she does -- and her activities are certainly valued. She is president of the Tucson Symphony Association, plays first violin in the symphony orchestra, is a teller at the Southern Arizona bank, and manages to run her East Ninth street home efficiently for her husband and family besides! Mrs. DuBois' interest in music is lifelong. Her father, who helped build the Panama canal, was an ardent musician, and the Van Hardeveld home in the canal zone was a rendezvous of artists on their way to and from Europe and North and South America. Artists' two or three day waits for transportation gave the family a rare treat of concerts and friendships. Mrs. DuBOIS remembers Amelita GalH-Curci, Anna Pavlova, Antonio Mazzuchi, Santos Lo Priore, Mme. Markoff, Anton Rubinstein, to mention a few. "The violin I am using was given me in Panama by Santos Lo Proire, a famous Italian violinist, and though it does not have much meaning to anyone else, the incentive it gave a gangling, giggling high school freshman was invaluable." The violin is Mrs. DuBois' instrument not because she chose it, "but because my father chose it for me." She's glad that's what she plays, however, because it's easy to carry around. It has brought her many wonderful experiences. "I've just fiddled my way everywhere!" she said. She used to play aboard battleships lying out in the harbor, and then be a guest of the officers afterwards at lunch. She played Christmas Eve mass in the Cathedral, Christmas morning for the Knights of Pythias, was a guest of the American Federation of Churches on the radio while studying in New York, played with the peoples orchestra in the Hollywood Bowl played aboard hospital ships as they lay at anchor on the Pacific side of the canal zone, "trying to make the music very happy when swallowing my own tears," Mrs. DuBois came to Tucson with her mother and sister 25 years ago, and this has been her home ever since. And what a growth she's seen in the interest in music in the Old Pueblo. As the Tucson Symphony starts its 23th season, I can't help remembering its first season with Camil Van Hulse as conductor. It was a pretty good orchestra, even then." Mrs. DuBois feels that Madeline Berger did much for music in Tucson. "I remember the operas she did each year. She'd coach, direct, stage and whip the opera into shape, then conduct the whole thing from the piano bench!" And what is' Mrs. DuBois' favorite music? "PROBABLY because Lucia de Lammermoor was the first opera I heard (at the age of seven) it and other opera 'tunes are favorites. Beethoven and the old masters are my preference for orchestra. But I do try to listen to the modern composers with an open ear. In preparing concerts with the Symphony, things I can hardly tolerate on first hearing generally develop into something very melodic by concert time. I often wonder about the audience's reaction to first hearings." There has always been a trio of sorts in Cornelia's home. Her father played the celio, some of her sisters the piano, and she the fiddle. It's the same in the DuBois home today. Her husband plays the piano, their daughter Helen the viola."




Eugene, Oregon " D. Burr DuBois of 05929 Mercer Lake Road, Florence, passed away January 25, 1979 at the age of 77.  CHAPEL OF MEMORIES FUNERAL HOME, 3745 West 11th Avenue, Eugene, in charge of arrangements."

Codita was named Buckley in 1950, dying August 14, 2002.

December 1956 " Miss Helen Rose Du Bois became the bride of Ray Howard Smith in a oeremony read Wednesday in First Congregational Church, Tucson. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. D. Burr Du Bois. The brideirroom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Smith. The bride wore a gown of heavy slipper satin styled with a scalloped neckline faced with lace and embroidered with sequins. The skirt was fashioned with straight lines in front and a draped bustle and train in back. Her veil fell from a crown of pearls. She carried white camellias centered with white orchid. Mrs. Dita Buckley, sister of the bride , was matron of honor. She wore an electric blue velvet gown with an ice blue cummerbund. Her bouquet was of blue spruce and white pine-cones, and she wore long white gloves. Wearing Ice blue velveteen with electric blue bows were the bridesmaids, Misses Charlotte Vance, Carolyn Hastings, and Phoebe Dalton. Each wore long white gloves and carried bouquets like that of the matron of honor. Chris Ann Buckley, niece of the bride, was flower girl, and Vincey Mauri Buckley, another niece of the bride, was ring bearer. Candlelighters were Henry and David Dalton. Neil Richards was best man, and ushers included Van Humble, Jack Fereuson. and David Smith. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall after the I ceremony. The couple took a wedding trip to Grand Canyon and will live in Tucson when they return after Jan. 1."

1960 "another pair of Tucsonians-in-San Francisco are Mr. and Mrs. D. Burr DuBois, who spent the holidays with their daughter Dita Kay Buckley and granddaughters Vincey and Chris Ann."


JACOB
Jacob married Burdetta Marshall Kines on October 18, 1942 in Pima County, Arizona.

Jacob Arnold VanHardeveld, born in Nebraska October 1, 1907, to John Arzinus VanHardeveld and Rose Mahr, died at San Antonio on March 7, 1981, spouse Burdetta Kines, to be buried in Fort Sam Houston. # 3055591

Burdetta, born October 16, 1915 died May 7, 2010, last residence San Antonio.

Burdetta Marshall Kines van Hardeveld, age 94 of San Antonio passed away on Friday, May 7, 2010. She grew up on a ranch in a small town near Tucson AZ called "Light" where her father was the sheriff, who spent much of his days with his father in law chasing Pancho Villa back across the Mexican border. Burdetta attended Tucson High school graduated with honors from the University of Arizona and was awarded the University Best Sports Woman of the year in 1938 for basketball, bowling, hockey, baseball and tennis. While teaching and coaching at Tucson High, she made an impact on future leaders.
While pinned to a navy pilot, she met Jacob van Hardeveld through two of her students, who were determined to have them meet when their uncle was home on leave. They danced into the wee hours of the morning and she broke her navy pilot's heart the very next day. She married Van within 10 days of their meeting. Burdetta enjoyed married life as a military wife and treasured friendships made in their service together. Some fond memories include their years in China, where she and another Army wife started a school for children of diplomats in Peking (Beijing) their tours included Shang Hai, Nan King, Fort Polk, Fort Hood, Louisiana.
Van and "Pete" (as he would affectionately call her) raised three children and she continued to substitute teach in the AHISD and continued volunteer service through the Army Community Service at BAMC. After working in the plastic surgery department, she determined that she would never undergo any of those procedures. After retirement, Burdetta continued working in the elementary schools as a mentor, until the age of 87. She served on many boards, but noteworthy to her were the Alamo Heights Presbyterian Day School, Northwood women of the Church, AHPC Presbyterian Women, SA A & M Mother's Club. Other volunteer groups with which she was associated were the Grey Ladies (a WWII weekly bandage rolling group), White Cross, YWCA, Girl Scouts of America, Eastern Star, Ladies of the Ribbon.
During her time visiting her daughter and grandchildren at the Navajo National Monument, she served in the Tuba City No Men Allowed Tuesday Night By Invitation Only Bridge Club, Tuba City Opera Guild. She spent 3 years caring for her husband in the later stages of his Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Diseases. Tennis and bridge were her two favorite hobbies watching Wimbledon with family, enjoying strawberries and cream was the next best thing to being there, even if it meant once missing Sunday School. Mrs. Van is preceded in death by her parents, Mattie Lee Kines Hunt and Walter Marshall Kines; husband, Jacob Arnold van Hardeveld and sister, Virginia Bell Kines Cathey. She is survived by her children, Jacob Arnold and Lynnette van Hardeveld, Kay van Hardeveld Studebaker, Ginny and Ed Porrata; grandchildren, Alejandro and Yvette Vando, Katherine Michelle van Hardeveld Torrens and Kenny Torrens, Hilary Mahr Studebaker and Ben Willman, Stephanie Christina Burdetta van Hardeveld Studebaker and Mark Stamps, Carolyn Cody and Brian Atkins, Claire van Hardeveld Porrata; great-grandchildren, Finn Aiden Willman, Cairan and Sage Willman, Kenny Jay Torrens, Alejandro David Vando.
She was dedicated to her family, loved by many and pursued a life of servanthood. She will serve eternally with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as He declares to her "Well done, good and faithful servant." The family would like to extend their thanks to Anna Morrison, owner of Camelot Place, a personal care home where Burdetta spent her last year. We thank Estella Guevara, Maria Sanchez, Nina, Jody, Diana Avila, Maria Lopez & Holly Rose, Chris, Liz and Julie from Hospice Inspiris for their special care.

JANNA

Janna M. van Hardeveld, 25, living at 315 E. Taylor, Phoenix, married Thomas C. Wilkins 30 of 713 N. Central, Phoenix on November 28, 1939.

Janna, born December 14, 1913, died in Los Angeles October 1973, last residence Phoenix.
Thomas Clarence Wilkins, born 1909, died July 1986, last residence Greenelee, Arizona.


GERTRUDE

Jesse W. Dewey and Gertrude C. Vanherdereld had Jacqueline on December 1, 1923 in Phoenix. Jacquelyn ws named Everingham in 193, as Welnick in 1972,and as Everingham in 1991.

Roy Jean Dewey was born October 6, 1924 in Maricopa County to Jacques W. Dewey and Gertrude Van Hardeold.

She married Leo Joseph Welnick, Jr. on October 5, 1946 in Maricopa County.
She died in San Diego County August 17, 1965.

Findagrave # 166632511 says: "Daughter of John Arzinus Van Hardeveld and Rosina Mahr Vanhardeveld. Married to Jesse Wilcox Dewey (1902 OH - 1981 CA), children Jacqueline Dewey and Roy Dewey. Married to Lt Cmdr G L MacLane in Tucson, Pima, AZ on 5 Jun 1945 at Davis-Monthan AFB."
"Mrs MacLane, 61, of 132 Howard St, Penn Hills, died Tuesday in San Diego CA while visiting relatives. She served as president of the League of Women Voters of Pittsburgh from 1956 to 1959 and was president of the Pennsylvania League of Women Voters from 1961 to 1963.
She was chairman of both the constitutional revision and organization committees when she was a member of the board of directors of the League of Women of Pennsylvania from 1958 to 1961.
She also once headed a drive to examine the State’s tax structure, which she said “needed looking into,” and was a leader in the fight to call a convention to rewrite the Pennsylvania Constitution.
A member of the First Unitarian Church, Mrs MacLane was also a member of the Board of Directors of the World Affairs Council, the Board of Governors of the Penn Hills YMCA, and of the Governor’s Commission on Election Laws.
A graduate of the University of Arizona, Mrs MacLane was a magnetic and seismological observer with the US Coast and Geodetic Survey in Arizona, taught mathematics, and was the superintendent of the First Unitarian Church School from 1952 to 1955."


Roy Jean Dewey, 74, died in Clark County, Washington in July 1999.