Tjallingii, Dutch Mennonite family formerly found at Harlingen in Friesland, where from the 17th century until 1910 its members were largely engaged in tileworks and occasionally in lumber and other business. The Tjallingii's brick and stone factory was dissolved in 1910. The Tjallingii were loyal members of the church, some of them being deacons, e.g., Pieter Tjallingii who was moderator of the church board until 1897.
Church records of Harlingen.
De Vrije Fries XVII. Leeuwarden, 1920: 22-27.
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