• Harmen

    Harmen is a Dutch variation of the masculine given name Herman. A common short form is Harm. People with the name include:

  • Harmen Jansen Knickerbocker

    Harmen Jansen Knickerbocker (ca. 1648 – ca. 1720) was a Dutch colonist associated with the settlements of Albany (formerly Beverwyck and Fort Orange ), Schaghticoke, Red Hook and Tivoli and in New Netherland. It appears to be the case that he never used the surname Knickerbocker, as we know it, during his own lifetime; that he went by a variety of surnames including Van Bommel, and the variety of forms that would evolve into Knickerbacker towards the end of his life, and Knickerbocker after his death. There is no evidence that either Knickerbacker or Knickerbocker are Dutch surnames, and it's possible that the Knickerbocker name may have been a nickname, or that it evolved out of one. Very occasionally the name Van Wye or Van Wijhe appears as part of the evolving name, or in addition to it, and Van Alstyne says this indicates he came from Wijhe.

  • Harmen Kuperus

    Harmen Kuperus (born 2 June 1977) is a Dutch professional retired footballer who played as a Goalkeeper and was active as a goalkeeping coach at Mechelen playing the Belgian First Division B until May 7, 2019.

  • Harmen Steenwijck

    Harmen Steenwijck or Harmen Steenwyck (c.1612 – after 1656) was a Dutch Golden Age painter of still lifes, notably of fruit.

  • Johan Harmen Rudolf Köhler

    Johan Harmen Rudolf Köhler

    Johan Harmen Rudolf Köhler (3 July 1818 – 14 April 1873) was a Dutch general in the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army.

  • Harmen Bussemaker

    Harmen J. Bussemaker (born 1968, Hengelo) is a Dutch and American biological physicist, professor at Columbia University, and Principal Investigator of the Harmen Bussemaker lab.

  • Johan Harmen Rudolf Kohler

  • Harmen de Hoop

    Harmen de Hoop (born 1959) is a Dutch artist known for his anonymous and illegal interventions in public space. They are small, yet very direct actions that react to the manner in which urban space is used and the regulations that have been laid down for those who use it. His works often address the lack of freedom that the individual has when it comes to the way public space is allowed to be used and the over-regulation of society. With his interventions he breaches the systems and brings forward another, often humane perspective. With this he tries to let people look at themselves in a different way, often with a sense of humor.

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