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James Marnix de Booy MP (1885 - 1969)

Jim de Booy was a Dutch politician and member of the Dutch resistance. He and his wife lived in the Dutch province of Zeeland, a small village near the sea called Biggekerke. Jim was associated with th...

A. J."JOSIE" DE BOOY (1875 - d.)

Adrianna Debooy Jongewaard (de Booy) (1862 - 1938)

Adrianus De Booy (deceased)

Anna Sophia deBOOY-vanRheenen (DE BOOY) (1864 - 1892)

CLAZENA LORETTA DE BOOY (1902 - 2003)

CYRENIUS DE BOOY (1864 - 1942)

Elisabeth Henriette Wiley (de Booy) (1917 - 2002)

Elisabeth De Booy (deceased)

Ermine Louise de Booy (Thompson) (1880 - d.)

Wife of Jim de Booy, a Dutch politician and member of the Dutch resistance. They lived in the Dutch province of Zeeland, a small village near the sea called Biggekerke. Dog's name in 1939 was MacNutt. ...

Grietje Bakker (de Booy) (deceased)

Grietje Bottes de Booy (deceased)

GYSBERTJE DE BOOY (c.1865 - d.)

HEINTJE DE BOOY (1830 - 1903)

Hendrika de booy (deceased)

Henry Gerard deBOOY (DE BOOY) (1873 - d.)

HUIBERT DE BOOY (1892 - 1972)

Huibert deBOOY (DE BOOY) (1825 - 1911)

JOHANNA DE BOOY (c.1868 - d.)

Johannus Hendrikus deBOOY (DE BOOY) (1871 - 1876)

JOHN DE BOOY (c.1870 - 1880)

Julia Catharina de Booy (deceased)

MAAIKE DE BOOY (1879 - 1879)

Maartje Wolterstorff (de Booy) (deceased)

MARGARET DE BOOY (1896 - 1973)

maria arents scheijgront (de booy) (deceased)

MARION CYRENUS DE BOOY (1899 - 1977)

MARY DE BOOY (1870 - d.)

Mary Dorothy Wells (de Booy) (1923 - 2002)

dochter van de Nederlandse minister 'Jim' de Booy.

Mary Jane de Booy (Hobson) (deceased)

Mathijs deBOOY (DE BOOY) (c.1783 - d.)

Mathijs "TYS" deBOOY (DE BOOY), II (1837 - 1882)

Mathijs deBOOY (1866 - 1882)

MATTHIAS DE BOOY (1890 - 1967)

MATTHIS DE BOOY (1879 - 1966)

MILDRED DE BOOY (1905 - 1990)

Otto De Booy (deceased)

Otto de Booy (deceased)

Piet de Booy (deceased)

Theo de Booy (deceased)

Theodore H. N. de Booy (deceased)

Thomas de Booy (deceased)

Was in the Navy

Wilhelmina de Booy (deceased)