Familie Ruud

Theodorus Bernardus Everardus Jansen and Maria Elisabeth van Kampen
(1885-1967) - (1884-1943)

My maternal grandparents.



Maria Elisabeth van Kampen
(1884-1943)

My maternal grandmother. During the blackout in World War II she walked into a canal in Amsterdam and drowned.



Johan Marinus Stuurman
(1905-1968)

My father in 1906.



Johan Marinus Stuurman
(1905-1968)

Together with his brother Johannes Josephus (1903-1948) in 1910.



Theodora Bernardina Everarda Jansen
(1911-2004)

My mother (on the left) with two of her siblings in 1914.



Johan Marinus Stuurman
(1905-1968)

My father in 1925.



Johan Marinus Stuurman and Theodorus Bernardus Everardus Stuurman
(1930-2019) - (1934)

My brothers in 1935.



Johan Marinus Stuurman and Theodorus Bernardus Everardus Stuurman
(1930) - (1934)

Together with our maternal grandparents Jansen in 1935.



Johan Marinus Stuurman
(1930-2019)

My brother in 1937.



Erica Stuurman
(1940)

My mother and sister in 1940.



Erica Stuurman and Rudolf Stuurman
(1940) - (1945)

My sister and I in 1945.



Rudolf Stuurman
(1945)

My mother and I in 1948.



Johan Marinus Stuurman and Christina Bentvelzen
(1930-2019) - (1933-2016)

At their wedding in 1951.



Johan Marinus Stuurman
(1905-1968)

The members of the gymnastics club 'Sport Staalt Spieren' celebrating their 10th anniversery in 1951. My father was founder and chairman.



Johan Marinus Stuurman and Theodora Bernardina Everarda Jansen
(1905-1968) - (1911-2004)

My father and mother in Bad Ischl (AUT) in 1956.



Johan Marinus Stuurman and Theodora Bernardina Everarda Jansen
(1905-1968) - (1911-2004)

My father and mother in Bardolino (IT) in 1957.



Theodora Bernardina Everarda Jansen
(1911-2004)

Maria Anna Stuurman (1897-1989), my mother and Bertha Stuurman (1898-1982) in 1976. Both the sisters Stuurman were dedicated 'soldiers' of the Salvation Army.



Theodora Bernardina Everarda Jansen
(1911-2004)

With her sister Maria Catharina Jansen (1917-2002).



Elisabeth Stuurman
(1911-1931)

She was my father's favourite sister. Her cause of death was recorded as a fall of a staircase. However the real circumstances were mysterious. My father was devastated and it led to a complete break with his family with exception of his two other sisters Maria Anna and Bertha. They acted as go-between for the different family members.



Elisabeth Stuurman and Willem Frederik Gotjé
(1911-1931) - (1908-1980)

My father always suspected that Willem Frederik Gotjé had something to do with the death of Elisabeth Stuurman.