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This collection includes notarial records from the Regionaal Archief Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands from 1700-1874. These may include records such as:
- Wills [testamenten].
- Marriage contracts [huwelijksvoorwaarden].
- Divisions of estates [boedelscheidingen or akten van scheiding en deling].
- Appointments of guardians [benoemingen van voogden or voogdij].
- Land transfers [transporten van onroerend goed, akten van verkoop, vestbrieven or recognitieën].
- Mortgages [hypotheken].
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These records may contain the following information:
- Name ["naam"]
- Residence ["residentie"]
- Birth date ["geboortedatum"]
- Date and place of other event, such as marriage or land transfer
- Names, relationships, and other personal information about other people involved in the event
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- “Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Leiden, Notarial Records.” Images. FamilySearch. http://FamilySearch.org : accessed 2015. Citing Regional Archief, Leiden [Regional Archives, Leiden].
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