Netherlands Cemeteries

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There are valuable transcriptions available of cemetery records in the Netherlands. Those made before World War II mostly deal with the more wealthy classes of people. The records mainly consist of information recorded on gravestones[''grafstenen''] and monumental inscriptions [''gedenkwaardigheden''].
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◄ [[The_Netherlands|Netherlands Homepage]] <br> There are valuable transcriptions available of cemetery records in the Netherlands. Those made before World War II mostly deal with the more wealthy classes of people. The records mainly consist of information recorded on gravestones[''grafstenen''] and monumental inscriptions [''gedenkwaardigheden''].  
  
Many of the inscriptions on gravestones and monuments (both within the church and in the graveyard) have been transcribed and are found in manuscripts and printed books in libraries. These books also contain coats of arms found in church buildings. The Family History Library has copies of many of these books. Records of the province of Gelderland are mainly found in the following periodical:
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Many of the inscriptions on gravestones and monuments (both within the church and in the graveyard) have been transcribed and are found in manuscripts and printed books in libraries. These books also contain coats of arms found in church buildings. The Family History Library has copies of many of these books. Records of the province of Gelderland are mainly found in the following periodical:  
  
''De Wapenheraut (The Crest Herald)'', vol. 21–23 (1917–1919). (FHL book 949.2 B2w.)
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*''De Wapenheraut (The Crest Herald)'', vol. 21–23 (1917–1919). (FHL book 949.2 B2w.)
  
Several of the inscriptions pertain to Jewish cemeteries.
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Several of the inscriptions pertain to Jewish cemeteries.  
  
The society Werkgroep Grafschriftenprojekt Nederland (Workgroup Tombstones Project in the Netherlands) began in the early 1990s to inventory and transcribe all gravestones found at church and non church cemeteries. They have published several books.
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The society Werkgroep Grafschriftenprojekt Nederland (Workgroup Tombstones Project in the Netherlands) began in the early 1990s to inventory and transcribe all gravestones found at church and non church cemeteries. They have published several books.  
  
The books of gravestones and monumental inscriptions are listed in the Place search of the Family History Library Catalog under:
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The books of gravestones and monumental inscriptions are listed in the Place search of the Family History Library Catalog under:  
  
NETHERLANDS – CEMETERIES
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NETHERLANDS – CEMETERIES  
  
NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE] – CEMETERIES
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NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE] – CEMETERIES  
  
NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE], [TOWN]
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NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE], [TOWN]  
  
=== Web Sites ===
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=== Web Sites ===
http://www.graftombe.nl/
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http://www.zerken.nl/
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*http://www.graftombe.nl/
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*http://www.zerken.nl/  
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*http://www.kindredtrails.com/netherlands.html
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*http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/netherlands-vital-records.htm
  
http://www.kindredtrails.com/netherlands.html
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Revision as of 02:46, 11 November 2012

Netherlands Homepage
There are valuable transcriptions available of cemetery records in the Netherlands. Those made before World War II mostly deal with the more wealthy classes of people. The records mainly consist of information recorded on gravestones[grafstenen] and monumental inscriptions [gedenkwaardigheden].

Many of the inscriptions on gravestones and monuments (both within the church and in the graveyard) have been transcribed and are found in manuscripts and printed books in libraries. These books also contain coats of arms found in church buildings. The Family History Library has copies of many of these books. Records of the province of Gelderland are mainly found in the following periodical:

  • De Wapenheraut (The Crest Herald), vol. 21–23 (1917–1919). (FHL book 949.2 B2w.)

Several of the inscriptions pertain to Jewish cemeteries.

The society Werkgroep Grafschriftenprojekt Nederland (Workgroup Tombstones Project in the Netherlands) began in the early 1990s to inventory and transcribe all gravestones found at church and non church cemeteries. They have published several books.

The books of gravestones and monumental inscriptions are listed in the Place search of the Family History Library Catalog under:

NETHERLANDS – CEMETERIES

NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE] – CEMETERIES

NETHERLANDS, [PROVINCE], [TOWN]

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