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Dutch Genealogy

Find your ancestors from the Netherlands.

  • By Yvette Hoitink
  • Based in Netherlands
  • Roughly two posts per week
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Dutch term – Gedetineerde
A gedetineerde (literally: detained) is a prisoner. You may find them in prison records. From the late 1800s, some prisons took photos of their prisoners. You can find those in the records of the prison, …
On , by Yvette Hoitink, 82 words
Quick tip – Were They the Only Immigrants in the family?
If you are researching an immigrant, they may not have been the only one in the family to immigrate. People often travelled in groups, consisting of friends and family members. Once an immigrant was established, …
On , by Yvette Hoitink, 88 words
Dutch term – Huwelijkscontract
A huwelijkscontract (literally: marriage contract) is a prenuptial agreement. Sometimes, they are called huwelijkse voorwaarden (conditions of marriage). Whether a couple had a prenuptial agreement depends on their social status. Richer families were more likely …
On , by Yvette Hoitink, 233 words