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  Johannes
HAITSMA

(1740-1814)
Franeker
ó Janneke Pieters
VAN DER MEULEN
(1746-1808)
Franeker
 
    ÷ø    
  Jacobus Everhardus
PENNINGA
(1770-1826)
Garijp
ó Froukje
HAITSMA
(1772-1821)
Franeker
        ò  
sisters
ó
Antje
HAITSMA
(1778-1820)
Franeker
ó Bouwe Ydes
van der Meulen
(1768- ? )
Leeuwarden
 
  ò        
 
  Pier Annes
BORGER
(1787-1860)
Joure
ó Lutske Jacobus
PENNINGA
(1799-1871)
Joure
        ò  
  Roel Petrus
PRAAMSMA
(1836-1924)
Joure-Amsterdam
ó Janneke Piers
BORGER
(1835-1908)
Joure-Amsterdam
        ò  
 
Johannes Henricus
VAN DER MEULEN
(1812- )
Franeker
ó Sjoukje
FABER
(1807- )
Franeker
 
  ò        
Antje
VAN DER MEULEN
(1842-1891)
Franeker
ó Adam
ZELLE
(1840-1910)
Leeuwarden
 
  ò    
  Wiepkjen
BROUWER
(1865-1933)
Kubaard
ó Jan Roelofs
PRAAMSMA
(1864-1934)
Joure-Amsterdam
        ò  
  Jeltje
BOMMER
(1891-1960)
Amsterdam
ó  Roelof
PRAAMSMA
(1888-1961)
Amsterdam
        ò  
Laurence Maria
UITTENBROEK
(1918- )
Ransdorp
ó Simon
PRAAMSMA
(1921- )
Amsterdam
    ò  
 
  Rosalinde
PRAAMSMA
(1949- )
 
  Rosalinde Praamsma
 

Margaretha Geertruida ZELLE
"Mata Hari"
(1876-1917)

Mata HariBorn in Leewarden in 1876, Margaretha Zelle moved to France and changed her name to Mata Hari. As a nude dancer, she gained fame and entry into high circles. During WWI she was asked by the French to spy on the Germans. Arrested by the British during her first mission in 1915, her alibis were airtight and she was released but kept under close survelliance. The French became suspicious because she had lovers on both sides and was being paid by the Germans to “keep them company.” Mata Hari

Arrested and interrogated by the Secret Service when entering France, Mata Hari confessed to being a German spy. In the trial that followed she was condemned as “one of the greatest spies of the century, responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of soldiers,” and in 1917 executed before a firing squad. Claiming her innocence to the end, Mata Hari never disclosed who she worked for and the files on her case are still closed.

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