Henry van Blarcom
Geboren11 april 1831inPaterson, Passaic County NJ
Overleden5 juni 1869 
VaderBrant van Blarcom
 Geboren20 augustus 1789
MoederGeertje van Riper
BroerJacob van Riper geb. 21 april 1818
BroerJohn geb. 14 januari 1820
BroerHenry geb. 2 oktober 1821
ZusJane geb. 7 juli 1823
ZusJane geb. 23 januari 1825
ZusAnn geb. 1 mei 1829
BroerJames geb. 1 mei 1829
ZusElsey Maria geb. 19 juli 1833
ZusCharity geb. 23 oktober 1835
BroerGerrebrant geb. 20 juli 1839
Verblijfplaats(en)Paterson, Passaic County NJ (US) in 1859


OverlijdensberichtDR. HENRY VAN BLARCOM was born in the city of Paterson, April 11th, 1831. His parents were both of Dutch extraction, and descended from the first settlers of this region.
He went to school in this place until about the age of sixteen, when he entered a classical school at Hackensack, New Jersey, where he remained about two years. He subsequently was two years in a drug store in New York, and then commenced the study of medicine with the late Dr. John Watson, of that city. He graduated at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, October, 1854, having previously been connected with the New York Hospital, as junior and senior walkers. Having remained there a year longer as house-surgeon, he commenced the practice of medicine in this place.
In 1860, he married the daughter of George Green, Esq., of Nyack, N. Y., and soon obtained an extensive practice, which he retained until his death, which occurred suddenly from rupture of the right auricle of the heart, June 5th, 1869. Dr. Van Blarcom was a good practitioner, and entirely devoted to his profession. He was most unremitting in his attentions to his patients, and had considerable reputation as a Surgeon, in which department he practiced extensively. His practice was very onerous, extending far into the surrounding country, as well as throughout the city. His health became greatly impaired in consequence, and also as a result of a severe attack of typhus fever, which he suffered from a few years ago. He was social and very agreeable in his manner toward every one, which contributed in a great degree to his popularity as a physician, while he commanded the respect of this community in an eminent degree. This was particularly made evident upon the occasion of his demise, when his loss was most deeply deplored.
He left a widow and two children. He was regular in his habits, of sterling integrity, a faithful friend, and a kind husband and father.
Huwelijk 22 mei 1860 
metCaroline M. Green
Geboren inNyack, Rockland County NY (US)
Kinderen George

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