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The Netherlands

Births certificates between 1811-1902, marriages certificates between 1811-1932 and deaths certificates between 1811-1850. Church records before 1811, when available.
In all towns in The Netherlands.



The response was amazing! Confirming my theories on the research I had done. Thank you so much.
Lesley | September 24, 2018
I’m so impressed by the assistance I received from RvDuuren in helping me find my Dutch ancestors. My great-grandmother immigrated to the United States in 1887, and I’ve been trying to locate her parents but kept running into a brick wall. RvDuuren was kind enough to read the originals records and translate the main information from Dutch into English for me. This provided a lot more information than I could see online. With his help, I was able to extend my family tree back to my 5th great-grandparents! I sincerely appreciated the help.
vhaus | May 28, 2017

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  1. Janet Hancock March 11, 2016 at 11:08 pm

    I have been searching for information about my Great Grandfather and Great Grandmother who were born in the Netherlands and came to the US in the 1800’s. His name was John Henry Van Kilsdonk and her maiden name was Mary Elizabeth Van Straulen. I know that the spelling could be way off as it’s off in many of the documents I’ve found here. His birth year 1843 and her’s was 1857. I know that’s I may never find out where they were from…but I just had to try 🙂 They were both living in California. LA area. Thank you so much.

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