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There have been a number of other Mennonite preachers by this name who were probably not related to this family: Jacob Ruurds Veenstra served at [[Blokzijl (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Blokzijl]] 1786-d.1793 and Djurre Sakes Veenstra was a lay preacher at [[Akkrum (Friesland, Netherlands)|Akkrum]] 1789-d.1826, "a man of great ability" (Blaupot ten Gate). Neither had theological training.
 
There have been a number of other Mennonite preachers by this name who were probably not related to this family: Jacob Ruurds Veenstra served at [[Blokzijl (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Blokzijl]] 1786-d.1793 and Djurre Sakes Veenstra was a lay preacher at [[Akkrum (Friesland, Netherlands)|Akkrum]] 1789-d.1826, "a man of great ability" (Blaupot ten Gate). Neither had theological training.
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
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Cate, Steven Blaupot ten. <em>Geschiedenis der Doopsgezinden in Friesland</em>. Leeuwarden: W. Eekhoff, 1839: 250.
 
Cate, Steven Blaupot ten. <em>Geschiedenis der Doopsgezinden in Friesland</em>. Leeuwarden: W. Eekhoff, 1839: 250.
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Stikker, A. H. <em>Een familie van Galjootschippers, Commandeurs op Greenland en Friese Vermaners:  Baske-Floehstra-Veenstra</em>. Velsen, 1953.
 
Stikker, A. H. <em>Een familie van Galjootschippers, Commandeurs op Greenland en Friese Vermaners:  Baske-Floehstra-Veenstra</em>. Velsen, 1953.
 
 
 
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Veenstra, a Dutch Mennonite family originating in Veenwouden, Friesland, where (1) Pieter Cornelis was a member and probably a preacher of the Men­nonite congregation ca. 1730. His son (2) Fokke Pie­ters was a preacher at Nieuwe Niedorp 1767-1784. Another son of (1) Pieter was (3) Cornelis Pieters Veenstra   (1731-1777), who was a preacher of the Oude-Sluis congregation 1763 (or 1767)-1777. His son (4) Hendrik Cornelis Veenstra served at Helder Huisduinen 1799-1804, Middelie 1804-1806, Ouddorp 1806-1814, and Den Burg 1814-1843. They were all lay preachers. Only (4) Hendrik had received some theological training from Pastor Sytze H. Hoekstra. (5) Fokke Veenstra (1812-34), a son of (4) Hendrik, studied at the Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary, but died during his studies.

There have been a number of other Mennonite preachers by this name who were probably not related to this family: Jacob Ruurds Veenstra served at Blokzijl 1786-d.1793 and Djurre Sakes Veenstra was a lay preacher at Akkrum 1789-d.1826, "a man of great ability" (Blaupot ten Gate). Neither had theological training.

Bibliography

Cate, Steven Blaupot ten. Geschiedenis der Doopsgezinden in Friesland. Leeuwarden: W. Eekhoff, 1839: 250.

Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1873): 153-55.

Doopsgezind Jaarboekje (1850): 32.

Naamlijst der tegenwoordig in dienst zijnde predikanten der Mennoniten in de vereenigde Nederlanden. Amsterdam: (1794): 63; (1804): 66; (1806): 79; (1808): 88; (1829): 57.

Stikker, A. H. Een familie van Galjootschippers, Commandeurs op Greenland en Friese Vermaners:  Baske-Floehstra-Veenstra. Velsen, 1953.


Author(s) Nanne van der Zijpp
Date Published 1959


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van der Zijpp, Nanne. "Veenstra family." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 20 Aug 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Veenstra_family&oldid=85674.

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van der Zijpp, Nanne. (1959). Veenstra family. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 20 August 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Veenstra_family&oldid=85674.




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