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In March, I posted a series of articles discussing the most important sources for Dutch genealogy: The BMD records of the civil register, the population register, persoonskaarten, and church books.

Over the next two weeks, I will post a new, slightly more advanced, series of articles, taking a second look at some of the sources we talked about before, and discussing a few additional sources.

This series will contain the following articles:

  • A second look at the population register
  • Marriage supplements
  • Tienjarige tafels
  • Notarial archives
  • Court archives


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Blogger Miriam Robbins said...

I'm really looking forward to it, Henk!

By the way, your Dutch readers whose ancestors' relatives immigrated to the United States and your American readers with Dutch ancestry will be interested in learning that FamilySearchLabs has recently added digitized images of Michigan vital records for the years 1867 through about 1925 (depends on the type of vital record). Western Michigan was heavily settled by Dutch immigrants.

Blogger Henk van Kampen said...

Thanks for the tip, Miriam. I'll have a look.


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