Roggeveen, a Dutch Mennonite family, found from the 17th century in some country churches of the province of North Holland, now spread all over the Netherlands. Members of this family have served as deacons in many congregations. C. M. Roggeveen, of Blaricum, has been secretary of the Dutch Mennonite Missions Association since 1952.
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