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Notes: Indonesia, officially the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian: Republik Indonesia), is a nation of about 17,500 islands in South East Asia, and the world's largest archipelagic state. With a population of over 200 million, it is the world's fourth most populous country and the most populous Muslim-majority nation. Indonesia is a liberal democracy, with an elected parliament and president. The nation's capital city is Jakarta. The country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and Malaysia and by sea Indonesia neighbours Singapore, The Philippines and Australia.
The Indonesian archipelago, home of the Spice Islands, has been an important trade destination since at least the time of the Srivijaya Kingdom with whom seventh century Chinese sailors traded. Indonesia's history has been influenced by numerous foreign powers that were drawn to the archipelago by its wealth of natural resources; these have included Indians, under whose influence Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms flourished beginning in the early centuries CE, Muslim traders who spread Islam from the thirteenth century, and Europeans who fought for monopolization of the spice trade during the European Age of Exploration. A Dutch colonial presence existed in Indonesia for over three centuries; however, Indonesian independence was declared in 1945, which received official international recognition four years later. Indonesia's post-independence history has been turbulent with elements of separatism and corruption, periods of rapid economic growth and decline, natural disasters, and a democratization process since 1998.
Indonesia is a unitary state consisting of numerous distinct ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups spread across its numerous islands that have not always been united. However, a history of colonialism and rebellion against it, a national language, and a Muslim-majority population have helped to define Indonesia as a state and nation. Indonesia's national motto, "Bhinneka tunggal…


City/Town : Latitude: -6.133333, Longitude: 106.75


Matches 1 to 24 of 24

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Beekman, Cecilia Hendrika  04 November 1896Indonesia I631963
2 Beekman, Petronella Catharina  27 October 1895Indonesia I631962
3 Bon, Jan  04 September 1910Indonesia I606928
4 de Braconier, Abraham  1882Indonesia I766619
5 Clignett, Frits  24 April 1925Indonesia I152316
6 Crone, Gerarda Anna  06 June 1932Indonesia I199055
7 van Dijk, Elsje  26 March 1917Indonesia I518977
8 Djassino, NN  Date unknownIndonesia I631961
9 van Don, Maria Adriana Petronella  19 July 1863Indonesia I789420
10 Krijgsman, Hendrik  23 February 1896Indonesia I531304
11 Luijks, Arie Lambertus Pieter  About 1874Indonesia I333162
12 Luijks, Erna  About 1915Indonesia I333656
13 Luijks, Wilhelmina Adriana  About 1879Indonesia I333651
14 Luijks, Wilhelmina Emma  04 May 1906Indonesia I333654
15 Noor, NN  Date unknownIndonesia I399942
16 Riem, Maria Christina  04 December 1905Indonesia I531303
17 van Roijen, Petronella Maria  26 November 1859Indonesia I362055
18 Schregardus, NN  Date unknownIndonesia I423128
19 Schregardus, NN  Date unknownIndonesia I423129
20 de Steenhuijsen, Jan Constant Lanang Helena  Date unknownIndonesia I399943
21 Thoden van Velzen, Eka Louise  03 August 1915Indonesia I747227
22 Thomas, Emily  Date unknownIndonesia I671471
23 Thomas, Fairy  Date unknownIndonesia I671472
24 Thomas, Isabel  Date unknownIndonesia I671470


Matches 1 to 19 of 19

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 Beets, Jacob  08 January 1897Indonesia I187716
2 Belinfante, Justus Sadic  10 November 1871Indonesia I119281
3 van Bijlandt, Hendrik Willem  25 September 1796Indonesia I191717
4 van Bommel, Antonie Peter  05 May 1944Indonesia I569014
5 Derks, Derk Jenses  14 April 1842Indonesia I693842
6 Djassino, NN  Date unknownIndonesia I631961
7 Doncker, Reijnier  11 April 1705Indonesia I414301
8 Dozij, Abraham  13 November 1754Indonesia I457221
9 Issim, NN  1947Indonesia I531302
10 Koppens, Elisabeth Bertha  07 December 1944Indonesia I436144
11 NN, Sarie  Date unknownIndonesia I187714
12 Oost, Christiaan  Date unknownIndonesia I578025
13 Piccardt, Gerrit Arnoldt  Before 1794Indonesia I339910
14 Pos, Elisabeth Henrica  1945Indonesia I460428
15 Pot, Klaas  Date unknownIndonesia I156164
16 Riem, Jacob  21 December 1875Indonesia I530657
17 Roterman, Maria  1905Indonesia I36137
18 Ruijter, Bastiaan Bastiaans  29 July 1722Indonesia I464633
19 Thoden van Velzen, Petrus  02 September 1934Indonesia I747226


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Emigration    Person ID 
1 Cretier, Henri  1894Indonesia I756150


Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Meijer, Roelof Albertus  17 February 1934Indonesia I531605
2 Riem, Christiaan  17 July 1923Indonesia I531301
3 Riem, Inte  Before 27 January 1910Indonesia I531349
4 Vos, Hendrik Jan  Before 25 April 1907Indonesia I531351


Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Haasse / Diehm Winzenhoehler  Indonesia F77913
2 Krijgsman / Riem  15 October 1923Indonesia F206046
3 Roosegaarde Bisschop / Daendels  1856Indonesia F141541
4 Sorgdrager / Smit  25 July 1946Indonesia F277671


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