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|Marleen Elisabeth Catharina SCHEEPERS, "00000571"|
1. Marleen Elisabeth Catharina SCHEEPERS , daughter of Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS (1955- ), was born on 17 November 1997 in Rotterdam, NL. She was None. She was Nethrlands.
|Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS, "00000041"|
2. Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS , son of Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS and Dirkje Adriana BAX, was born on 10 June 1955 in Rotterdam, NL. He was None. He married Carolina HOOGSTAD on 1 June 1977 in Rotterdam.
Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS had the following children:
Carolina HOOGSTAD was born on 23 July 1957 in Schiedam, NL. She and Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS had the following children:
Chaim Ilan SCHEEPERS (1985- ). Chaim was born on 23 December 1985 in Schiedam. He was None. He was Nethrlands. He was resident in Amsterdam, NL.
|Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS, "00000022"|
4. Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS (known as 'Tom'), son of Godfried SCHEEPERS and Emma Johanna Elizabeth GROENENDAAL, was born on 30 May 1932 in Rotterdam, NL. He was Nethrlands. He had 2 children. He had 1 spouse. He was None. He was a Chefcook. He married Dirkje Adriana BAX on 13 December 1954 in Rotterdam. He died of Heart failure on 15 March 2003 in Rotterdam. He was buried on 20 March 2003 in Capelle a/d IJssel. He was cremated on 20 March 2003 in Capelle a/d IJssel.
|Dirkje Adriana BAX, "00000021"|
5. Dirkje Adriana BAX , daughter of Leendert Pieter BAX and Elisabeth VERSTEEG, was born on 12 March 1932 in Heusden, NL. She was Dutch reformed - None. She was Nethrlands. She and Thomas Bernardus SCHEEPERS had the following children:
Eddy Godfried SCHEEPERS (1959- ). Eddy was born on 8 August 1959 in Rotterdam. On 2 January 1989 he was a Junior Failure analyst in Breda, NL. On 15 April 1991 he was a Senior Failure analist in Breda. On 1 March 1998 he was a Product Group Manager gases & Cylinders in Oslo, NO. He emigrated from Rotterdam to Oslo on 5 April 2000. He was educated at Delft University. He was Nethrlands. On 1 August 2007 he was resident in Oslo. He was None.