The Beijen/Beyen Family Site

Information and stories about the different Beijen (or Beyen) families

by Laurens Beijen

The overview of the site

The list of first names
Searching this website

Questions or remarks
The photo gallery

The Facebook page

The latest additions

Joris Beijen
April 7, 2018
On March 9 Joris Beijen was born in Utrecht. He is the son of Albert Beijen and Ingeborg Beijen Klessens from Soest. More details >>
  
More than 700 photos
May 18, 2018
The gallery includes many photos of members of the Dutch Beijen and Beyen families who live or have lived in the Netherlands or elsewhere. The most recent number is 718.
An important point: express consent is required from all people whose photo is used in the gallery. Photos of people who have not given permission will be removed soon. Send an e-mail as soon as possible! More details >>
  
Cor Beijen
June 27, 2017
Cor Beijen passed away on June 24. He was 70 years old. In 2006 he had moved with his wife Pina to Italy.
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Rosa Beijen
January 26, 2017
On January 23 Rosa Beijen was born in Leiden. She is the second daughter of Frank Beijen and Vanda de Haan. More details >>
  
Matthew Beijen
April 7, 2018
On September 15, 2017 Matthew Beijen was born in Nijmegen. He is the son of Björn Beijen and Elena Shtukina. More details >>
  
Marjorie Beijen
July 12, 2017
Marjorie Beijen (born Blackwood) from Christchurch passed away on July 5. She was 81 years old.
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Hart and Cameron
June 6, 2017
On June 3, 2017 Hart Beijen and Cameron Goad had their wedding ceremony in Conway (Arkansas).
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The English pages of this website

First of all Preface
Families and branches
Beijen or Beyen?
The oldest generations
of the IJsselstein family
Overview of the members of the oldest generations
The first Beijen's in IJsselstein
Dirck Jansz. Beijen
The children of Dirck Jansz. Beijen
Dirck Gijsbertsz. Beijen and his wives
The descendants of Dirck Gijsbertsz. Beijen
The Gijsbert branch
of the IJsselstein family
Overview of the members of the Gijsbert branch
Gijsbert and Dirck Beijen from Lexmond
The Arie subbranch
The Dirk Jan subbranch
Little subbranches from Amsterdam and Sloterdijk
The Jan Thomas branch
of the IJsselstein family
Overview of the members of the Jan Thomas branch
Jan Thomas Beijen and his children
The Dirk subbranch
The Maarten subbranch
The Gerrit subbranch
The tombstone of Gerrit Beijen
The Johan Franco branch
of the IJsselstein family
Overview of the members of the Johan Franco branch
Johan Beijen and Mechteld van Meerland
Johan Franco I, friend of the Bohemian Brethren
The Johan Franco's II and III
The Johan Franco's IV, V and VI
Jacoba Cornelia Beijen and her children
Beijens in the Dutch East Indies
Victims of the Japanese occupation
The Nieuwkapelle family Overview of the members of the Nieuwkapelle family
Remigius Beyen from Nieuwkapelle
The Nieuwkapelle family in the 19th century
Johan Willem Beyen, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Some other members of the Nieuwkapelle family
The Breyell family Overview of the members of the Breyell family
The origin in Germany
From Germany to the Netherlands
The younger generations of the Breyell family
The Hengelo family Overview of the members of the Hengelo family
From Bijenhuis to Bijen
From Bijen to Beijen
The growth of the Hengelo family
The Beijen-Overbeek division
The Beijen-Spekreis division
The Dordrecht family Overview of the members of the Dordrecht family
The extinct Dordrecht family
Loose ends Loose ends
Finally Family messages
The photo gallery
The alphabetical list of first names
The size of the families and branches
Coats of Arms
The surname Beyen in Belgium
Genealogical links
Acknowledgements
Questions or remarks

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