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The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband. The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband. The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband. The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband. The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband. The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband.

The graves of Colonel J.W.C van Gorkum and Lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden.  Van Gorkum was a protestant colonel colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg and van Aefferden was a local noblewoman and catholic.  They were married in 1842, causing quite a stir in Roermond, The Netherlands.

In 1880 van Gorkum died, followed eight years later by his wife, van Aefferden in 1888.  Her wishes were to be buried next to her husband.

Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in The Netherlands) was still in effect in 1888, thus according to Dutch law this was impossible.  Van Aefferden was buried on the other side of the Protestant graveyard’s wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband.

Mr. Ellison, who routinely ditched schoolwork for basketball practice during his high-school years in Chicago, has yet to break into a major American sport. His top sporting accomplishment has come in the America’s Cup, which his team won in 2013.

The Oracle chief has had basketball courts on at least two of his yachts, said Tom Ehman, who handles America’s Cup matters for Mr. Ellison. He said Mr. Ellison liked to relax by shooting hoops, and has had someone in a powerboat following the yacht to retrieve balls that go overboard.

Oh to employ someone on a powerboat to retrieve your basketballs that go overboard when shooting hoops on your yacht.