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This page lists websites and online resources for genealogy in the Netherlands. Where possible English versions of websites have been given, but many come in Dutch or Frisian only. It is recommended to use Google Chrome and Google Translate for these websites. Some common Dutch terms encountered on websites are given at the bottom of this page.
  
=== Overview ===
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=== WieWasWie ===
  
Have you always wanted to know from whom you are descended? Genlias gives you a quick way to find your Dutch forebears, both in the Netherlands and overseas. Your search is in the most accurate source for Dutch genealogy, the Civil Register. And it is not difficult! <br>
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[[Netherlands WieWasWie Records|WieWasWie]] is the premier site for Netherlands genealogy and also for former Dutch colonies. Most of the site is free, but it costs 18.50 euros for advanced features. It contains indexes to civil registration from every part of the Netherlands. By now nearly all marriage records up to 1932 are online, as well as a sizable proportion of death records to 1962 and birth records to 1912. It also has some church records, population registers, military conscription records and newspaper notices. Many records also have the original image. 110 Million names are online as of December 2015.  
  
GenLias is a national Dutch database containing information for use in genealogical research. It is a joint initiative by the national archive services and the regional historical centres. This means that it is not a database of documents held by the Nationaal Archief. <br>
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*WiewasWie&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[https://www.wiewaswie.nl/ Website]
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*WiewasWie (English Version) &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [https://www.wiewaswie.nl/en/home/ Website]
  
GenLias holds data from the Civil Register. This is the official record of births, marriages and deaths in the Netherlands. It has existed in most of the country since 1811, but in the province of Limburg somewhat longer. Although GenLias contains a large proportion of this data, not all Dutch local authorities are yet included. Some provinces, such as Zuid-Holland, are still barely represented. <br>
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=== Open Archives ===
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[[Open Archives]] is now posed as a rival to WieWasWie. It has 141 million records online, with most records on WieWasWie also on Open Archives.  
  
The database also contains some details of baptisms, marriages and deaths maintained by church parishes prior to 1811, as well as memoranda of inheritance from the 19th century.
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=== Family Search  ===
  
On the GenLias homepage itself, you can download a detailed summary of the data available. To reach this, click on the "What's in GenLias?" link. Scroll down till you find "Current database status" and click on the orange(!) link. Choose the province and then the town you are looking for. If the town is not there, no records are as yet available on this site. If there are records, it will tell you which time period and what type of records are covered. There are even records included from some of the Dutch colonies. <br>
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Family Search has built up a large collection of Netherlands records, most of which are online. Civil registration and church records should be viewed via [[Zoekakten]](see below). The following collections exist that cannot be viewed via Zoekakten.  
  
'''Statistics 2009''' Genlias currently contains 13.5 million records, representing almost 55 million individuals. In 2009 Genlias was visited 2 million times and almost 23 million questions were answered.  
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*[https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2134301 Netherlands, Bibliothèque Wallonne, Card Indexes], ca. 1500-1858. Abstracts of baptisms, marriages, deaths, and memberships from French Protestant parish registers from Belgium, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Card index. Incomplete.
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*[https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1778468 Netherlands, Births and Baptisms], 1564-1910. FamilySearch Historical Records. Indexed. Incomplete.
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*[https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1500716 Netherlands, Marriages], 1565-1892. FamilySearch Historical Records. Indexed. Incomplete
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*[https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1500717 Netherlands, Deaths and Burials], 1668-1945. FamilySearch Historical Records. Indexed. Incomplete.
  
=== Content ===
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=== Zoekakten ===
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*[[Zoekakten]] allows easier access to images of records found on FamilySearch.org for the Netherlands and Belgium. It breaks down films into smaller time periods and into different record types for easier browsing. Search by province, then place or municipality. This site is particularly useful for records that are not yet on WieWasWie and those that are but whose images are not available on WieWasWie.
  
The [http://www.genlias.nl/en/page0.jsp Genlias] site includes:
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=== Geneaknowhow and Van Papier Naar Digitaal  ===
  
Births (1811 to 1903) Marriages (1811 to 1923) Deaths (1811 to 1953) Death duties - statements of succession
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*[http://www.geneaknowhow.net/ Geneaknowhow.net Digital Resources] includes a directory of genealogical resources, research tips, maps, and other reference material for research in Belgium and the Netherlands. Basic instructions in English are available. To get to the digital sources, click on the folder titled “[http://www.geneaknowhow.net/digi/resources.html Digital Resources Netherlands and Belgium]”. The left-hand navigation bar includes general information, passenger lists, and then names each province in both countries with the sections:”Internet” [lists links to various internet resources for towns in this province] and “disk/cd-r” [material available on diskettes or CD-Rom, either free or for purchase]. So-called “bulletin-board systems” are listed below. Abbreviations are explained under “Explanations” on the bottom of the left-hand bar.
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*[http://www.vpnd.nl Van Papier Naar Digitaal] is a subsidiary of Geneaknowhow. It contains images and indexes of Church Records and other pre-1811 sources such as censuses, resident lists and tax records.
  
According to the Genlias site:
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=== Directories  ===
  
'''A record of birth provides you with the following information:'''
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These websites try to list all every website that has information relevant to genealogical research in the Netherlands.
  
*The name of the child
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*[http://www.stamboomgids.nl Stamboom Gids], a sister project of [[Genealogie Online]]
*The names of the parents
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*[http://www.genealogiewerkbalk Genealogie Werkbalk], a all-in-one search engine that searches many different websites at once. The actual program has to be downloaded first. Also a sister project of [[Genealogie Online]]
*The exact date of birth
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*[http://www.genealogylinks.net/europe/netherlands/index.html Genealogy Links]
*The place of birth
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*[http://wwww.wazamar.org/gen-links/b-NL.htm Genealogy in Netherlands Provinces]
  
'''A record of marriage provides you with the following information:'''
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=== Online Trees and Forums  ===
  
*The names and ages of the bride and groom
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Only sites specific to The Netherlands and Belgium are included. Most are free and can be searched by anyone, but require registration to add people and trees.
*In most cases, the names of the bride's and the groom's parents
 
*In most cases, the places of birth of the bride and groom
 
*Whether the bride is a widow or the groom a widower
 
*In most cases the profession of groom and/or bride
 
  
'''A record of death provides you with the following information:'''
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*[https://www.genealogieonline.nl/ Genealogie Online], also has [[Genealogie Online|this]] page on the wiki.
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*[https://www.genealogieonline.nl/en/ Genealogie Online] English version
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*[http://www.stamboomforum Stamboom Forum] is a sister project of Genealogie Online and a online discussion forum.
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*[http://www.digitalestamboom.nl/search.aspx Digitale Stamboom]
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*[http://www.digitalestamboom.nl/search.aspx?lang=en-US Digitale Stamboom (English version)]
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*[http://www.stamboomzoeker.nl Stamboom Zoeker] Person search
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*[http://www.stamboom.nl Stamboom] Online Family Trees
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*[http://www.voorouders.net/ Voorouders.net] Links to family trees and regional records
  
*The name of the deceased
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=== Cemeteries and Death Notices  ===
*The exact date of death
 
*In most cases, the name of the deceased's parents
 
*In most cases, the age of the deceased
 
*In some cases, the deceased's place of birth
 
*In some cases, the name of the deceased's spouse
 
  
'''Using the Genilas Site'''
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*[http://www.graftombe.nl Graftombe.nl], a site with cemetery records from all over the Netherlands.
  
When you first visit the Genlias site, it will initially come up in Dutch. If you want to view it in English, click 'English' at the top of the home page.
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=== Blogs, Magazines and Societies  ===
  
'''Cost'''
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*[http://www.dutchgenealogy.nl Dutch Genealogy Blog] is a very popular English language blog for Dutch genealogy that has been running since 1993. Informative articles on many subjects can be found.
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*[http://www.cbg.nl/index.php/EN?taal=EN Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie] (English version) is the government department responsible for Genealogy. They have a search engine with various records. For payment you can view Family Newspaper notices and the Population register records of people who have died between 1939 and 2013.
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*[http://www.ngv.nl/genealogie/index.php?frams=n&site=NGV Dutch Genealogical Society] - for this site you have to register
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*[http://www.onsvoorgeslacht.nl Ons Voor Geslacht] is another prominent genealogical society. Their subsidiary [http://www.hogenda.nl Hogenda] has various transcriptions to pre-1811 records.
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*[http://www.hollandsociety.org Web site of the Holland Society of New York]
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*[http://www.veluwsegeslachten.nl/ Veluwse Genealogical Society]. The “Veluwe” is a district that includes the following municipalities: Apeldoorn, Arnhem, Barneveld, Brummen, Ede, Elburg, Epe, Ermelo, Harderwijk, Hattem, Heerde, Hoevelaken, Nunspeet, Nijkerk, Oldebroek, Putten, Renkum, Rheden, Rozendaal, Scherpenzeel, Voorst en Wageningen. The society has published extensively.
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*[http://www.nljewgen.org Jewish Genealogical Society of the Netherlands]
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*[http://www.genealogiegazet.nl Genealogie Gazet], an online magazine and sister to Genealogie Online.
  
Most genealogical websites in the Netherlands are free.
 
  
If you want to find genealogical websites in the Netherlands, search this website: [http://www.wazamar.org/gen-links/b-NL.htm Genealogie in Nederlandse provinciën]
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=== Miscellaneous Websites  ===
  
Other genealogical websites in the Netherlands include:
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Other genealogical websites in the Netherlands include. Most of these are free sites.
  
*[http://geneaknowhow.net/digi/resources.html Digital Resources] Here you can find web-sites for every province on a regional as well as local levels.
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*[http://vocopvarenden.nationaalarchief.nl/?lang=en VOC (Dutch East India Company) section of National Archives] Information on people sailing with the East India Company
*[http://194.171.109.12/lang/EN Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie] The CBG is the ideal starting point for most research into Dutch ancestors or Dutch migrants who settled in other countries in the world.
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*[http://www.shgv.nl/naturalisaties.htm 11,000 Netherlands Naturalizations]
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*[http://www.detelefoongids.nl/en Phone Directories]
  
Check your family name in our online catalogue inside the frame at the top right hand corner and find corresponding entries into our collections. For catalogue information click catalogue. In our digital reading room you have access to an increasing number of digitized collections.  
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To find more genealogical websites in the Netherlands, try this website: [http://www.wazamar.org/gen-links/b-NL.htm Genealogie in Nederlandse provinciën].  
  
*[[Geneanet|Geneanet]]
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=== National, Provincial and Regional Websites  ===
*[[Genealogie Online|Genealogie Online]] Genealogy Online - Publish your family tree for free and/or search for your ancestors
 
*[http://www.graftombe.nl/ Tomb stones]
 
*[http://vocopvarenden.nationaalarchief.nl/?lang=en VOC Sea - Voyagers] Information on people sailing with the East India Company
 
*[http://www.ngv.nl/genealogie/index.php?frams=n&site=NGV Dutch Genealogical Society] For this site you have to register
 
*[http://www.genealogylinks.net/europe/netherlands/index.html Netherlands Genealogy Links]
 
*[http://www.shgv.nl/naturalisaties.htm 11,000 Netherland Naturalizations]
 
  
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*Portal to city, state, and other archives&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [http://www.archiefnet.nl/index.asp?taal=en Archivenet]
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This table shows the main website for different regions.
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| Alkmaar
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| [https://www.regionaalarchiefalkmaar.nl/collecties/genealogie/aktes Regionaal Archief Alkmaar]
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| West-Fries
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| [http://www.westfriesarchief.nl/onderzoek/zoeken/personen/ West-Fries Archief]
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| Haarlem
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| ''no WieWasWie equivalent''
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| Waterland
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| ''no WieWasWie equivalent''
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| Amsterdam
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| church records only at [https://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/indexen/hoe_werken_de_indexen/ Stadsarchief Amsterdam]
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| Leiden<br>  
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| [https://www.erfgoedleiden.nl/collecties/personen Erfgoed Leiden en omstreken]
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| Rijnlands Midden<br>
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| [http://www.streekarchiefrijnlandsmidden.nl/archiefbank?mivast=0&mizig=100&miadt=105&milang=nl&miview=tbl&nores=1 Streekarchief Rijnlands Midden]
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| Midden Holland<br>
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| [http://www.samh.nl/genealogie/ Streekarchief Midden Holland]<br>
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| Rotterdam<br>
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| [http://www.stadsarchief.rotterdam.nl/en Rotterdam Stadsarchief]<br>
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|-
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| Delft<br>
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| [http://www.archief-delft.nl/ Delft Archief]<br>
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| Den Haag<br>
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| [http://denhaag.digitalestamboom.nl/%28S%28gctpkfx3s2p1yrghtnnnfrrn%29%29/nl/home.htm Haags Archief]<br>
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| Dordrecht<br>
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| [http://www.regionaalarchiefdordrecht.nl/archief/ Regionaal Archief Dordrecht]<br>
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|-
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| Utrecht<br>
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| [http://www.hetutrechtsarchief.nl/collectie/archiefbank/indexen/dtb Het Utrechts Archief]<br>
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| Gelderland<br>
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| [http://www.geldersarchief.nl/familiegeschiedenis Gelders Archief]<br>
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| Noord-Brabant<br>
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| [https://www.bhic.nl/onderzoeken/stamboom/eenvoudig-zoeken BHIC]<br>
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| Limburg
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| [http://www.allelimburgers.nl/ AlleLimburgers]
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| Friesland<br>
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| [http://www.allefriezen.nl AlleFriezen]<br>
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| Drenthe<br>
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| [http://alledrenten.nl/ AlleDrenten]<br>
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| Groningen<br>
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| [http://www.allegroningers.nl/ AlleGroningers]<br>
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See the page [[Netherlands City Archives|Netherlands City Archives]] for details of provincial, regional and city archives in the Netherlands and their websites.
  
=== Some specific web-sites: ===
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=== Dutch Vocabulary List ===
  
*[[Netherlands City Archives|City Archives]]
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This list includes words and phrases used on commonly used Dutch genealogical websites. It is not a substitute for a dictionary, but should help the user successfully negotiate the World Wide Web in search of family history information.<br>
  
<br> For more information on vital records see also "[[Netherlands Civil Registration Records|Civil Registration]]" or "[[Netherlands Church Records|Church Records]]"
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Aanmelden- Log in as a registered visitor <br> Advocaten- Lawyers <br> Afkortingen- Abbreviations <br> Bestellen- To order <br> Bezoekers forum- Visitors= forum <br> Bidprentjes- Funeral cards <br> Boeken- Books <br> Bouwtekeningen- Blueprints <br> Bronnen- Source <br> Catalogus- Catalog <br> Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie- Central Office for Genealogy <br> Collecties- Collections <br> Digitale stamboom- Digital pedigree <br> Discussie- Discussion forum <br> Echtscheidingen- Divorces <br> Familie advertenties- Family newspaper clippings <br> Familie dossiers- Family files <br> Familie drukwerk- Family publication <br> Familie geschiedenis- Family history<br> Familie wapens- Family crests <br> Geboorten- Births<br> Handleidingen- Instructions<br> Huwelijken- Marriages<br> Inschrijven- Register as a new visitor<br> Kwartaalblad- Quarterly<br> Laatste nieuws- Latest news <br> Landverhuizers- Emigrants<br> Leenregisters- Land records Lijst genealogische onderzoekers- list of professional researchers <br> Lopend onderzoek- Continuing research [online addresses of researchers willing to exchange information] <br> Lopende- On-going <br> Naamsaanneming- Records dealing with taking on a fixed surname <br> Nieuwe uitgaven- New editions<br> Onderwijs - Instruction<br> Onderzoek- Research<br> Over- About<br> Overige adressen- Other addresses<br> Overlijden- Deaths <br> Overzicht site- Site overview <br> Persoonskaarten, persoonslijsten- cards and lists of individuals who died since 1938<br> Postadres- Mailing address<br> Reeks- en onderzoeksgidsen- Source- and research guides<br> Regiogemeenten- Regional communities<br> Stamboom onderzoek- Pedigree research<br> Tarieven- Price list for charges<br> Terug- Back<br> Trefwoord- Search term<br> Uitgaven- Publications<br> Uittreksels- Extracts<br> Veel voorkomende vragen- Frequently asked questions<br> Verstrekking- Delivery of information <br> Verwante wetenschapen- Related sciences<br> Volkstelling- Census<br> Voorouders- Ancestors<br> Vrienden- Friends (members of the CBG)<br> Wachtwoord- Password<br> Zoeken- Search<br> Zoek resultaat- Search results<br> Zoek vraag- Query<br> <br>
  
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[[Category:Netherlands_Online_Research_Sites]]

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Netherlands
Websites

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This page lists websites and online resources for genealogy in the Netherlands. Where possible English versions of websites have been given, but many come in Dutch or Frisian only. It is recommended to use Google Chrome and Google Translate for these websites. Some common Dutch terms encountered on websites are given at the bottom of this page.

WieWasWie

WieWasWie is the premier site for Netherlands genealogy and also for former Dutch colonies. Most of the site is free, but it costs 18.50 euros for advanced features. It contains indexes to civil registration from every part of the Netherlands. By now nearly all marriage records up to 1932 are online, as well as a sizable proportion of death records to 1962 and birth records to 1912. It also has some church records, population registers, military conscription records and newspaper notices. Many records also have the original image. 110 Million names are online as of December 2015.

  • WiewasWie                             Website
  • WiewasWie (English Version)     Website

Open Archives

Open Archives is now posed as a rival to WieWasWie. It has 141 million records online, with most records on WieWasWie also on Open Archives.

Family Search

Family Search has built up a large collection of Netherlands records, most of which are online. Civil registration and church records should be viewed via Zoekakten(see below). The following collections exist that cannot be viewed via Zoekakten.


Zoekakten

  • Zoekakten allows easier access to images of records found on FamilySearch.org for the Netherlands and Belgium. It breaks down films into smaller time periods and into different record types for easier browsing. Search by province, then place or municipality. This site is particularly useful for records that are not yet on WieWasWie and those that are but whose images are not available on WieWasWie.

Geneaknowhow and Van Papier Naar Digitaal

  • Geneaknowhow.net Digital Resources includes a directory of genealogical resources, research tips, maps, and other reference material for research in Belgium and the Netherlands. Basic instructions in English are available. To get to the digital sources, click on the folder titled “Digital Resources Netherlands and Belgium”. The left-hand navigation bar includes general information, passenger lists, and then names each province in both countries with the sections:”Internet” [lists links to various internet resources for towns in this province] and “disk/cd-r” [material available on diskettes or CD-Rom, either free or for purchase]. So-called “bulletin-board systems” are listed below. Abbreviations are explained under “Explanations” on the bottom of the left-hand bar.
  • Van Papier Naar Digitaal is a subsidiary of Geneaknowhow. It contains images and indexes of Church Records and other pre-1811 sources such as censuses, resident lists and tax records.

Directories

These websites try to list all every website that has information relevant to genealogical research in the Netherlands.

Online Trees and Forums

Only sites specific to The Netherlands and Belgium are included. Most are free and can be searched by anyone, but require registration to add people and trees.

Cemeteries and Death Notices

  • Graftombe.nl, a site with cemetery records from all over the Netherlands.

Blogs, Magazines and Societies


Miscellaneous Websites

Other genealogical websites in the Netherlands include. Most of these are free sites.

To find more genealogical websites in the Netherlands, try this website: Genealogie in Nederlandse provinciën.

National, Provincial and Regional Websites

  • Portal to city, state, and other archives                     Archivenet

This table shows the main website for different regions.

Alkmaar Regionaal Archief Alkmaar
West-Fries West-Fries Archief
Haarlem no WieWasWie equivalent
Waterland no WieWasWie equivalent
Amsterdam church records only at Stadsarchief Amsterdam
Leiden
Erfgoed Leiden en omstreken
Rijnlands Midden
Streekarchief Rijnlands Midden
Midden Holland
Streekarchief Midden Holland
Rotterdam
Rotterdam Stadsarchief
Delft
Delft Archief
Den Haag
Haags Archief
Dordrecht
Regionaal Archief Dordrecht
Utrecht
Het Utrechts Archief
Gelderland
Gelders Archief
Noord-Brabant
BHIC
Limburg AlleLimburgers
Friesland
AlleFriezen
Drenthe
AlleDrenten
Groningen
AlleGroningers

See the page Netherlands City Archives for details of provincial, regional and city archives in the Netherlands and their websites.

Dutch Vocabulary List

This list includes words and phrases used on commonly used Dutch genealogical websites. It is not a substitute for a dictionary, but should help the user successfully negotiate the World Wide Web in search of family history information.

Aanmelden- Log in as a registered visitor
Advocaten- Lawyers
Afkortingen- Abbreviations
Bestellen- To order
Bezoekers forum- Visitors= forum
Bidprentjes- Funeral cards
Boeken- Books
Bouwtekeningen- Blueprints
Bronnen- Source
Catalogus- Catalog
Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie- Central Office for Genealogy
Collecties- Collections
Digitale stamboom- Digital pedigree
Discussie- Discussion forum
Echtscheidingen- Divorces
Familie advertenties- Family newspaper clippings
Familie dossiers- Family files
Familie drukwerk- Family publication
Familie geschiedenis- Family history
Familie wapens- Family crests
Geboorten- Births
Handleidingen- Instructions
Huwelijken- Marriages
Inschrijven- Register as a new visitor
Kwartaalblad- Quarterly
Laatste nieuws- Latest news
Landverhuizers- Emigrants
Leenregisters- Land records Lijst genealogische onderzoekers- list of professional researchers
Lopend onderzoek- Continuing research [online addresses of researchers willing to exchange information]
Lopende- On-going
Naamsaanneming- Records dealing with taking on a fixed surname
Nieuwe uitgaven- New editions
Onderwijs - Instruction
Onderzoek- Research
Over- About
Overige adressen- Other addresses
Overlijden- Deaths
Overzicht site- Site overview
Persoonskaarten, persoonslijsten- cards and lists of individuals who died since 1938
Postadres- Mailing address
Reeks- en onderzoeksgidsen- Source- and research guides
Regiogemeenten- Regional communities
Stamboom onderzoek- Pedigree research
Tarieven- Price list for charges
Terug- Back
Trefwoord- Search term
Uitgaven- Publications
Uittreksels- Extracts
Veel voorkomende vragen- Frequently asked questions
Verstrekking- Delivery of information
Verwante wetenschapen- Related sciences
Volkstelling- Census
Voorouders- Ancestors
Vrienden- Friends (members of the CBG)
Wachtwoord- Password
Zoeken- Search
Zoek resultaat- Search results
Zoek vraag- Query