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WieWasWie is the premier site for Dutch records. The information from this site is taken directly from Civil Registration. Some Church Records are also included. This site contains records with over 110 million names as of November 2015. The index is not complete; records are continuously being added. Most notably missing are records from Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam.
Coverage for Large Cities
The WieWasWie site includes;
- Births (1811 to 1902/1912/1914)
- Marriages (1811 to 1932/1939)
- Deaths (1811 to 1960/1964)
- Baptisms, Marriages and Burials(to 1811)
- Military Registers
- Population registers
- Death duties - statements of succession
- VOC(Dutch East Indies Company) records
- Family Notices (from newspapers etc.)
- Notary records
- Other miscellaneous records and documents
Using the Site
In 2014 Family Notices and Military Registers were added to the WieWasWie site.Those with a free account can see a list of recent updates on their dashboard. Otherwise WieWasWie WatZitErIn has a list of recent updates.
WieWasWie is currently free to search.However from January 2016, only a basic search will be free. More advanced features, including the use of wildcards and a search for two people will require payment.
- Yearly access fee: 18,50 Euro
- Monthly access fee: 5,00 Euro
The search engines of provincial archives should remain free and will become an alternative to WieWasWie.
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