|In memory of Abraham van Rij|
|In 1941 Abraham van Rij was 2nd officer on the SS Texelstroom.|
On the 22nd of february the ship was torpedoed a few miles of the coast of Iceland.
None of the crew members survived the attack.
|In memory of Arie van Rij|
|In 1943 Arie van Rij is one of the prisoners working on the Birma railroad.|
He gets sick and dies of the peril in the hospital of Canbury.
|In memory of Abraham Leendert van Rij|
|In 1944 Abraham Leendert van Rij is a prisoner of war on Java.|
He is shipped to Sumatra to work on the Pekanbaru-railroad.
His ship the Junyo Maru is torpedoad and over 5000 prisoners drown.
|In memory of Jacob van Rij|
|In 1943 Jacob van Rij died in a field hospital in Kinsayok.|
He was a prisoner of war working on the Burma railroad.
|In memory of Jacob Leendert van Rij|
|On 29th of April 1945 Jacob van Rij was shot in a German raid on the 'Jachthuis' in Zevenhuizen.|
Jacob was a policeman and member of the resistance and at the time deputy commander of the BS (Dutch forces in occupied territory).
|In memory of Eliza Jan van Rij|
|12 januari 1942 Eliza Jan van Rij served as Ltz II under commander A. C. van Versendaal on HMS Prins van Oranje.|
The ship was sunk near the island of Boengoe.
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