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Born in Blanden, 3052, Oud-Heverlee, Vlaams-Brabant, België
on May 18, 1870
Naturalization on Sep 20, 1920
Married Maria Rosalia Baeb on september 12, 1894
Had 13 children :
Jerome is born in Belgian as Hieroninus
Phillepine Hecsaerts is born in Belgian as Philippina Haesaerts
The father of Jules, Joseph, was born in Belgium. He came by the Netherlands in the U.S. state of Wisconsin in the county of Brown Country justified.
A group of Catholic Dutch, consisting mostly poor smallholders from North Brabant and Limburg, went to the state of Wisconsin, where she, among others settled in Little Chute and Green Bay. Also a large group of Belgians settled in the counties of Brown County and Kewaunee County.
Who was Jules Mommaerts?
Mommaerts Joseph was the father of Jules.
The father of Joseph, Jerome Mommaerts, born June 2, 1842 in Belgium and deceased on November 5, 1913 married Phillepine Haesaerts (Hecsaerts).
The Haesaerts family is a very famous family in Meerbeek (Belgium) since 1796 and delivered a grandmother at Lodewijk Mommaerts, the creator of this site.
The surname Haesaerts is written in different ways among others Hecsaerts and Hasaerts.
Phillepine seems to be rather Philippine.
Mommaerts original from Belgium
We found the name Mommaerts in Belgium in 1677 in the municipality Everberg (Kortenberg).
Josephus Mommaerts born in Belgium in 1891 makes the passage to the USA where he dies in Wisconsin in 1944.
His both parents were born in Belgium.
We are talking about Bierbeek and Everberg (Kortenberg). Distance between bout is 18,4 km or 11mi 762.48 yd.
It is noteworthy that there are today many more surnames Mommaerts in the state of Wisconsin (USA) than in Belgium itself.