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Almost half the records of the Netherlands Antilles available in Genlias

Please note: This article refers to the Genlias project. This project was discontinued at the end of 2012. Its successor is WieWasWie.nl. You can read more here.

Records of the Netherlands Antilles, the Caribbean island group that are part of the Kingdom of The Netherlands, are now available in Genlias:

Almost half the records from the Civil Registration of the period 1828-1950 of the Netherlands Antilles have been added to Genlias. That is good news for the population of the Antilles and for Dutch people with ancestors from the Antilles.

All records of Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten and Bonaire, and some records of Aruba and Saba, are now available. The records of Curaçao, and the remaining records of Aruba and Saba, will follow soon.

Links: Genlias - National Archives of the Netherlands Antilles, National Archives of the Netherlands Antilles.

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