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<span style="color:#006400">'''KRUYDT, Jean'''</span> (c. 1883-    ), Santa Cruz Island laborer, born in France, according to the 1930 census. He was married at age 24, and although the census lists him as widowed, he left behind a wife, two daughters and a son in France —this according to his grandson who contacted the author of ISLAPEDIA in October 2018 from Bordeaux, France, and who provided his photograph.
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Kruydt immigrated to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1924, and from there to Boston, MA in 1927. By 1930 he was working on Santa Cruz Island.
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<span style="color:#006400">'''KRUYDT, Jean'''</span> (1881-1946), Santa Cruz Island laborer, born in Teste, France (near Bordeaux), and worked as a farmer. He married at age 27, and had a son and two daughters.
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In May 1924, Kruydt immigrated to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and from there went to Yarmouth, MA in 1927. By 1930 he was working on Santa Cruz Island according to the 1930 census. (Although the 1930 census lists him as widowed, he left behind his wife and three children —this according to his grandsonJean-Pierre Kruydt, who contacted the author of ISLAPEDIA in October 2018 from Bordeaux, France, and who provided his photograph.)

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Jean Kruydt
Royal Majesty Ship Andania, Cunard

KRUYDT, Jean (1881-1946), Santa Cruz Island laborer, born in Teste, France (near Bordeaux), and worked as a farmer. He married at age 27, and had a son and two daughters.

In May 1924, Kruydt immigrated to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and from there went to Yarmouth, MA in 1927. By 1930 he was working on Santa Cruz Island according to the 1930 census. (Although the 1930 census lists him as widowed, he left behind his wife and three children —this according to his grandsonJean-Pierre Kruydt, who contacted the author of ISLAPEDIA in October 2018 from Bordeaux, France, and who provided his photograph.)