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Looking for your ancestors from the Netherlands? Yvette Hoitink is a professional genealogist in the Netherlands who does research throughout the country. Read about our services, fees, and example projects or read testimonials by clients like you.
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After the webinar on Lesser Used Records for Research in the Netherlands I did earlier this week, there were several interesting questions. I answered some of them in the Q&A session after the webinar. Since several of those referred to websites, I thought I’d answer them here as well. [Note: If you use the link […]
On Tuesday 16 July 2019, Yvette Hoitink presented a BCG webinar on “Lesser Used Records for Research in the Netherlands.” The webinar is now available for free for a limited time. You can watch the webinar at FamilyTreeWebinars for free for a week after the recording. After that, it is available via pay-per-view or subscription. […]
The beroep is the occupation of your ancestors. Knowing the beroep not only gives you some insights into your ancestors lives, but can help you in your research since different occupations created different types of records. See the article How to Find your Dutch Ancestor’s Occupation for more information.
On Tuesday 16 July 2019, Yvette Hoitink will present a webinar about “Lesser Used Sources for Research in the Netherlands.” The webinar is part of the Board for Certification of Genealogist series of webinars at FamilyTreeWebinars. The Netherlands has excellent records. Records of births, marriages, and deaths were kept by the civil registration since 1811 […]
Here is an overview of the new sources, projects, and news about archives that were announced last month. Online records The burgher records of Zierikzee for 1302 to 1810 are now available via the Zeeuwen Gezocht section of the Zeeuws Archief website. Tholen prison records (1830-1888) have been scanned and indexed and are now available […]