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NOTE: Many of the records in the Civil Registrations have files connected to the wrong records. This link: Wegwijzer in de wondere wereld van FamilySearch also known as Genver, contains a list of all the problems that have been reported thus far and the correct location of the desired records. This site is being updated as needed. The information is in Dutch.

NOTE: Most missing records are available on microfilm. See Ordering Microfilm or Microfiche for instructions on ordering microfilm as well as finding a local FamilySearch Center where you can view the films.

Question #1: I am trying to view some images in several localities that were previously available. Where can I find these sequestered records?
Answer #1: Whenever possible, FamilySearch makes images available for all users. However, ultimate rights to view images on our website are granted by the record custodians. Netherlands government privacy rules prohibit viewing the following records: all birth images must be 100 years or older; all marriage images must be 75 years or older, and all death images must be 50 years or older. If any record on a digital folder contains birth records from the last 100 years, for example, the entire digital folder is restricted. The Historical Records collections will be updated each year to show new unrestricted records. FamilySearch respects and strives to adhere to all privacy laws respective to preserving and providing access to genealogical records in its collections.

The following table addresses the affected sequestered localities:

Locality Record Type and Year Range FILM
Aarle-Rixtel Huwelijken 1912-1942
Alem, Maren en Kessel Huwelijken 1903-1942
Almkerk Huwelijken 1903-1942
Alphen en Riel Huwelijken 1903-1919
Alphen en Riel Huwelijken 1920-1942
Asten Huwelijken 1903-1942
Baarle-Nassau Huwelijken 1912-1930
Baarle-Nassau Huwelijken 1931-1942
Bakel en Milheeze Huwelijken 1903-1922
Beek en Donk Huwelijken 1903-1922
Beers Huwelijken 1903-1922
Bergen op Zoom Huwelijken 1903-1912
Bergeyk Huwelijken 1903-1922
Op-en Neer-Andel Huwelijken 1903-1942

The images from Film 1963867, 1963868, 1963838 are available on microfilm.

Question #2: Why do some browse points include records of a type other than that indicated. For example, births, deaths, marriages, and divorces may be mixed together?
Answer #2: The original records are of mixed types. Birth, marriage and death records are in one book, and in some cases, more than one record type is found on the same page. Not much can be done to resolve that, so the collection was organized with three sets of the same images in numerical order. One set for births, one for deaths and one for marriages. The resulting combination of record sets usually appear alphabetically by type, e.g., Geboorten records appear first, followed by Huwelijken, Overlijden, etc.

If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to report them at Please include the following information:

  • If browsing this collection: please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurred. The browse path is located above the Image viewer window.
    For example: Netherlands, Civil Registration, 14792-1952 > Friesland > Dokkum > Geboorten 1821-1828 > Image 326 of 522.
  • If you are reporting a technical issue: please include your operating system and browser version, such as Windows 7 and Internet Explorer.

Your assistance will help ensure that future revisions will be considered.

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