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Central Bureau for Genealogy
- “The 'Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie' (Central Bureau for Genealogy
- CBG) is the Dutch information and documentation centre for genealogy, family
history and related sciences. The CBG is the ideal starting point for most
research into Dutch ancestors or Dutch migrants who settled in other countries
Archives - “This is the place to come if one of your forefathers
served with the Dutch East India Company or the Dutch armed forces, or if members
of your family ever lived in the province of Zuid-Holland.”
Archive Net - This
site provides links to provincial, regional and town archives.
Genlias - “The information in Genlias is taken directly from the Civil
Register, the most important Dutch source for genealogical research. “
Digital Resources - Digital resources for the Netherlands and Belgium.
DrenLias - Database. Appears to be in Dutch only.
Tresoar - Database. Appears to be in Dutch only.
Stamboom - Database
Online Begraafplaatsen - Cemeteries Online
Begraafplaatsen Online - Cemeteries Online
Amsterdam Population Register (1852) - “This database contains 606,094
persons, comprising the total population of the city of Amsterdam in the years
1852-53 and was built-up by a group of volunteers under the inspiring leadership
of the late Dave Verdooner.”
Telephone Book (1915)
Telephone Book (1950)
Dutch Family Name Database - The Dutch Family Bank provides information about
the surnames in the Netherlands.
History of the Netherlands
History of Holland
Deltawerken Online -
Floods - Description of the flood disaster of 1953.
Labour Colonies - Crime and punishment in the Netherlands from 1600 until
The Windmill Herald Newspaper - Dutch North American newspaper.
Dutch Genealogical Association
National Library of the Netherlands
The Indian Family Archives - Information on Dutch families who spent time
of Amsterdam - There are several databses here regarding family
cards, forced labourers and passports.
Netherlands and Belgium
Yvette’s Dutch Genealogy Home Page - helps people of Dutch descent research
their Dutch ancestors.