A loteling was a conscripted soldier, whose number came up. This 19th century term literally means “lottery person,” which refers to the lot numbers that were assigned to all eligible young men. The ones with the lowers numbers had to serve.
Until 1896, you were allowed to switch numbers, and the person who had to serve in another’s place would be called a nummerwisselaar.
I would be interested to see if your work has covered also Belgium (particularly Flemish-speaking), since until 1830, a large part of Belgium was part of the Greater Netherlands, Particularly in the (now) frontier regions, a lot of family histories have continued hopping back and forwards over the frontiers, with some “uitschieters” to other parts of the Netherlands or Belgium. With one or two exceptions that follow the same genealogical roots/names as myself (Talboom), I have found many Netherlands genalogical sites/references to be very parochial as if neighbouring towns or countries did not exist.
I find very few Flemish extensions of names of Dutch (i.e. Nderlands/Vlaams) origin on Netherlands sites,
Any reply can be in Nedeerlands or English.