I don't know if you're interested, but here are some Nanninga items from The Coopersville OBSERVER (press dates)--
1900-5-11The Nanningas have bought the Peter Temple place.
1900-10-12Will Naninga has moved to Allendale and is teaching the Tuttle school.
1901-3-22Corneil Naninga has bought a team of horses of Arthur Luther.
1901-5-10 Naninga and son have been doing some stumping.
1901-9-6While trimming apple trees for Frank Velzy, for whom he has worked all summer, Bert Naninga had the misfortune to cut off the end of the middle finger of his left hand last Thursday. He will be laid up for a while.
1902-1-17Dominie Veltkamp officiated at his first wedding last Thursday evening, when he united the destinies of Leburtus Nanninga and Miss Jennie Kramer at the home of the bride's father in the presence of a few friends. "Burt" is employed by Herman Harmsen, who has divided his large house with the young people.
1902-3-28Cornelius Brower, of Allendale, and Miss Dena Nanninga were married at the home of the bride's father, K. Nanninga, on Wednesday afternoon of last week, by Rev. L. Veldkamp.
1902-9-12On Monday of this week, Ira Schaap went to Nanninga corners for the purpose of drawing the Bouwkamp hay baler to his place when his team took a notion to run away, and upset the baler in a gully. The result was a badly broken machine and an injured horse.
1903-3-13Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Nanninga, a boy. The child lived only two days.
1904-5-6Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Nanninga, two weeks ago, a son, and last week to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nanninga, a son.
1905-1-27Miss Nanninga and Miss Gunstra left Monday to assist Mr. and Mrs. G. Cook at the county infirmary.
1905-9-22The Misses ... Alice Naninga ... spent one day last week in Fruitport and Grand Haven, and also called on Rev. Veldkamp.
1905-10-27Miss Alice Naninga and Miss Kate Schaap, of Grand Rapids, visited their parents Sunday.
1905-12-15Miss Alice Naninga, of Grand Rapids, is spending a few weeks with her parents here.
1906-8-10Quite a severe electrical storm passed over this place last Friday afternoon. K. Nanninga's house was struck, but slight damage was done.
1907-6-28Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Nanaga, June 19, a son.
1907-7-19Miss Anna Naninga is spending a week with her sister in Zeeland.
1908-1-3Miss Alice Naninga is spending a few days in Zeeland...Miss Allie Naninga, of Grand Rapids, is visiting her parents and other friends here.
1908-2-21Born...February 14, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Naninga, a girl.
1908-6-26Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morden and daughter, of Corunna, have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. B. Nanninga.
1908-9-4Miss Anna Nanninga is spending a week in Zeeland and Grand Rapids.