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Hendrik Jan Evenboer

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 3rd April 2020. Registration No. 0544 (Vol.3).

Arms: Lozengy, Or and Sable.

Crest:  An eagle's wings, lozengy, Or and Sable.

Motto : None

Registration: The Dutch Heraldry Society (Nederlands Genootschap voor Heraldiek) March 4, 2017, Reg. No. NGH 2017.22.

Designed 1985 by Klaas Padberg Evenboer, Ermelo, the Netherlands.

Artwork of 2016 by Henk 't Jong, Heraldisch Atelier de Raaf, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.

The Arms of Hendrik Jan Evenboer

These arms were registered with the Dutch Heraldry Society by Hendrik Jan Evenboer, born Emmercompascum, 1951, living in Thale, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, and Ben Evenboer, born Glanerbrug December 8, 1955, living in Ede, province of Gelderland, the Netherlands, sons of Hendrik Evenboer (1920-1992) and Hendrikje Padberg (1924-2004).

The arms are canting and refer to the hamlet Ruitenveen in the municipality of Dalfsen, Netherlands. The Dutch word 'ruiten' translates to lozenges, the word 'veen' to moor (Sable), and the hamlet of Ruitenveen is built on a sand ridge (Or) in the moor.

The genealogy of the Evenboer family starts with Hendrik Jans Evenboer, born Nieuwleusen 1752, farmer in Ruitenveen, son of Jan Henriks and Grietjen Roelofs, died Nieuwleusen March 23, 1840, married Nieuwleusen April 6, 1782 to Annigje Hendriks, born Ruitenveen 1758, died Zwollerkerspel July 8, 1814.

Most of the members of the family Evenboer live in the Netherlands, but some branches spread to the U.S. state of Michigan, the province of Antwerp in Belgium, and to the German states North Rhine-Westphalia and Saxony-Anhalt.

The coat of arms of the Evenboer family may be used by all living descendants of Hendrik Jans Evenboer and Annigje Hendriks, bearing the surname Evenboer.

 
 

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