Dutch Genealogy News for July 2017

Here is an overview of new records and projects that were announced in the past month. Online Dutch Records Notarial records of the following municipalities in Friesland are now available via AlleFriezen, mainly for the 1920s and 1930s: St. Annaparochie, Balk, Beetsterzwaag, Bolsward, Drachten, Dronrijp, Franeker, Giekerk, Hardegarijp, … [Read more...]

Dutch Genealogy News for June 2017

Here are some of the new sources and websites that have become available to us in the past month. Online Dutch records The Regionaal Historisch Centrum Limburg published an index and scans of the population registers of Maastricht for 1860-1890. The index was created by volunteers at the VeleHanden [Many Hands] platform The West-Fries … [Read more...]

Dutch Genealogy News for May 2017

Here are some of the new websites and resources that have become available to us in the past month. Online Dutch records The National Archives published an index of houses that were sold by the Germans in World War II. Most of them had belonged to Jewish owners. The index is available as PDF or CSV. The West-Brabants Archief published … [Read more...]

Dutch Genealogy News for April 2017

Here are some of the new websites and resources that have become available to us in the past month. Online Dutch records In Friesland, five thousand cards that recorded the hiding places of people in World War II were discovered. These include Jewish people and people who were involved in the resistance. The cards have been scanned and … [Read more...]

Dutch Genealogy News for March 2017

What's new in online Dutch genealogy this past month? New online records 700,000 marriage records from before 1811 from Gelderland were added to WieWasWie. Scans of marriage supplements of  the Frisian municipalities of Achtkarspelen, Aengwirden, Ameland, Baarderadeel, Barradeel, and Bolsward have become available at AlleFriezen. Other … [Read more...]

Dutch and New Netherland Records Online in February 2017

The following records from the Netherlands have become available online: FamilySearch published a new collection, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records." This collection contains indexes from Open Archives which publishes genealogical records that are made available as open data by the Dutch government. … [Read more...]