This is an overview of the new sources, projects, and other news announced last month.
- The authorization records of Harlingen 1762-1805 [appointments of guardianships] have been imaged and indexed and can be found on AlleFriezen.
- The town records of Oosterhout in Noord-Brabant 1328-1813 have been scanned. They can be accessed via the finding aid on the website of the Regional Archives of Tilburg.
- Several Amsterdam notarial records have now been automatically transcribed and can be searched at the Read&Search interface of the Amsterdam City Archives. See the announcement for details of the available registers.
- 3347 scans of photos and postcards of Axel in Zeeland are now available at the Zeeuws Archief website.
- Several transcriptions and indexes of church and town records of places on Goeree-Overflakkee have been added to Hogenda.
- Verdicts in criminal cases of the court of Breda 1850-1930 have been scanned. They can be accessed via the finding aid > Inevntaris > Strafzaken > Vonnissen.
- Tresoar, the largest archive in Friesland, has a new website.
- A new website Brabant in Beelden [Brabant in Images] has photos and 1300 movies from Noord_brabant.
- A project has started to index the birth records of Suriname 1828-1869. Volunteers can join at HetVolk.
- The baptismal register of the St. Peter and Paul church of Paramaribo, Suriname is being restored and will be digitized. [Source: DBS]
- Town records of Terheijden and ‘s Gravenmoer are away for digitization. The scans wills become available via the Regional Archives of Tilburg website in 2022.
- Most archives are open again. Some still have limited seating and require appointments. Check the website of the archives for details.
- The Regional Archives of Tilburg will be closed for renovation from 1 November 2021 until Spring 2022. Many of their records can be consulted via their website.
- The Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum has a new cold storage facility for the film collection. [Source: BHIC]