Olga Boissevain was born 1875 to Charles Boissevain (1842-1927) and Emily Héloïse MacDonnell (-) and died 1949 419 Lansdowne Avenue, Westmount, Quebec, Canada of Broken hip complications. She married Abraham Jacob van Stockum (1864-1935) .
|Charles Ernest Henri Boissevain (1868-1940)|
|Maria Boissevain (1869-1959)|
|Alfred Gideon Boissevain (1870-1922)|
|Robert Walrave Boissevain (1872-1938)|
|Hester Boissevain (1873-1969)|
|Olga Emily Boissevain (1875-1949)||1875||1949 419 Lansdowne Avenue, Westmount, Quebec, Canada||Abraham Jacob van Stockum (1864-1935)|
|Hilda Gerarda Boissevain (1877-1975)|
|Eugen Jan Boissevain (1880-1949)|
|Petronella Johanna Boissevain (1881-1956)|
|Jan Maurits Boissevain (1883-1964)|
|Catharina Josephina Boissevain (1885-1922).|
|Hilda van Stockum (1908-2006)|
|Willem van Stockum (1910-1944)|
Three children of Amsterdam newspaper editor Charles Boissevain (1842-1927) migrated to America.
- Eugen Jan Boissevain (1880-1949), an importer of coffee from Java, married two notable 20th Century American women - suffragist Inez Milholland (1886-1916), for whom he migrated to New York, and Pulitzer-prizewinning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950).
- His sister Olga Boissevain (1875-1949) married Dutch sea captain and explorer Abraham Jacob van Stockum (1864-1935). Their daughter Hilda van Stockum Marlin (1908-2006) was a well-known artist and wrote 25 books for children. Their son Willem van Stockum (1910-1944) was apparently the first person to notice possible closed timelike curves, which could permit time travel, in Einstein's theory of general relativity.
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