man Jacob Vleeskruijer‏‎ #98351‎, zoon van Israel Barend Vleeskruijer en Ester Blanes‏.
Geboren ‎28 jul 1889 (29 Tamuz 5649) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Bevolkingsregister Amsterdam 1874-1893, overleden ‎25 feb 1947 (5 Adar II 5707) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, 57 jaar, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart). Beroepen: koopman in papierwaren, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart), handelsreiziger (1915), bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken)

Gehuwd ‎2 sep 1915 (23 Ellul 5675) Watergraafsmeer, Noord-Holland, Nederland, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart) (30 jaar gehuwd) met:

woman Grietje Bood‏‎ #98368‎, dochter van Cornelis Bood en Maartje Berkhouwer‏.
Geboren ‎25 jun 1887 (3 Tamuz 5647) Zijpe, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart), overleden ‎16 apr 1946 (15 Nisan 5706) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, 58 jaar, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart)

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man Rudolf Vleeskruijer‏‎ #98369
Geboren ‎18 jan 1916 (13 Shevat 5676) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart), overleden ‎2 jun 1966 (14 Sivan 5726) Zeist, Utrecht, Nederland‎, 50 jaar, bron: .... Beroepen: leraar engels, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart), professor in de Engelse taal, bron: ...
Rudolf Vleeskruijer (also spelled as Vleeskruyer) (Amsterdam, January 18, 1916 - Zeist, June 2, 1966) was a Dutch professor in the English language and Old English literature at the Utrecht University.

Vleeskruijer spent a part of his youth (1924 to 1929) in England. From August 1945 to May 1946, he was an interpreter for the Allied Forces as a conscript NCO in the Dutch Army.

He studied English at the University of Amsterdam and received his bachelor's degree on July 17, 1941. After obtaining his master's degree on June 29, 1948, he took up a study in 1949 at the University of Oxford (St. Catherine College).[1] Vleeskruijer was granted the title B.lett.Oxon (Bachelor of Letters Oxoniensis) at this university by J. R. R. Tolkien in 1951.

In 1958, he founded the English Institute of the University of Utrecht. Vleeskruijer was married and had three children.

He died at age 50 in Zeist. In 1966, he was commemorated in an article in English Studies, A Journal of English language and Literature [2]
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man Dick Cornelis Vleeskruijer‏‎ #98371‎
Geboren ‎11 mrt 1920 (21 Adar II 5680) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Archiefkaart Amsterdam E (persoonskaart)‎, 100 jaar

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