Hendrik Kluiter, 19231944 (aged 21 years)

Name
Hendrik /Kluiter/
Given names
Hendrik
Surname
Kluiter
Birth January 25, 1923 27 23
Occupation
Boerenknecht

Birth of a brotherCornelis Kluiter
April 17, 1925 (aged 2 years)
Birth of a brotherElibert Kluiter
about 1926 (aged 2 years)

Death of a brotherElibert Kluiter
November 2, 1926 (aged 3 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherElisabeth Tabak
April 13, 1937 (aged 14 years)
Death March 12, 1944 (aged 21 years) Age: 21
Cause of death: Uitputting
Note: Oorlogsslachtoffer; https://www.oorlogsgravenstichting.nl/persoon/79727/genealogieonline
Family with parents
father
mother
18991979
Birth: September 9, 1899Ten Boer
Death: September 11, 1979Bedum
Marriage MarriageJune 22, 1922Ten Boer
7 months
himself
Struikelsteen Hendrik en Cornelis Kluiter
19231944
Birth: January 25, 1923 27 23Groningen
Death: March 12, 1944Neuenkirchen, Osterholz, Niedersachsen, Deutschland
2 years
younger brother
Cornelis Kluiter
19251944
Birth: April 17, 1925 29 25Bedum
Death: December 8, 1944Dölkau, Zöschen, Saalekreis, Saksen-Anhalt, Deutschland
21 months
younger brother
19261926
Birth: about 1926 30 26
Death: November 2, 1926Bedum
Death

Oorlogsslachtoffer; https://www.oorlogsgravenstichting.nl/persoon/79727/genealogieonline

Note

https://www.tracesofwar.com/sights/71626/Stumbling-Stones-Noordwolderweg-23.htm Second World War (1939-1945) Noordwolderweg 23, Bedum Netherlands, the Groningen Bedum

STOLPERSTEINE / STRUIKELSTENEN / STUMBLING STONES for:

  • Kornelis Kluiter, born 1925, arrested 25 April 1944, deported 1944 from Amersfoort, murdered 8 December 1944, Zöschen.
  • Hendrik Kluiter, born 1923, murdered 12 March 1944, Neuenkirchen.

The brothers Kornelis and Hendrik Kluiter were both farm workers. Neither married. No other information was found about Hendrik’s role in the war or his arrest. He was killed a month before Kornelis was arrested as part of an April 1944 raid.

Their parents, Cornelis Kluiter and Lolkje Terpstra, both survived the war and lived some time afterwards, dying in Bedum.

"Stolpersteine" is an art project for Europe by Gunter Demnig to commemorate victims of National Socialism (Nazism). Stolpersteine (stumbling stones) are small, 10x10cm brass plaques placed in the pavement in front of the last voluntary residence of (mostly Jewish) victims who were murdered by the Nazis. Each plaque is engraved with the victim’s name, date of birth, and place (mostly a concentration camp) and date of death. By doing this, Gunter Demnig gives an individual memorial to each victim. One stone, one name, one person. He cites the Talmud: "A human being is forgotten only when his or her name is forgotten."

Borne was the first town in the Netherlands in which Stolpersteine were placed -- on 29 November 2007.

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Note: https://collections.arolsen-archives.org/archive/76778821/?p=1&s=kluiter&doc_id=76778821
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Note: https://collections.arolsen-archives.org/archive/70718699/?p=1&s=hendrik%20kluiter&doc_id=70718699
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Note: AlleGroningers, BS Overlijden

AlleGroningers, BS Overlijden Bron: boek, Periode: 1944, Bedum, 26 juli 1944, Overlijdensregister 1944, aktenummer 58 Afbeelding op 28 maart 2021 gedownload via https://www.openarch.nl/gra:c637b7e4-c335-3d26-5037-c2a295ede8c4