Do you know anything about your grandparents’ parents, or who your grandfather’s or grandmother’s ancestors were? What did they do for their living? There are often many questions waiting to be answered. Perhaps you have found out already by asking your relatives. You may even discover that one of your forefathers was a famous person or a notorious one.
If you want to find out more about your ancestors, please delve into the archives.
In our study hall, we have many sources for you to use to research your family history. Before you begin your search in the study hall, you can already do some preparatory work at home. Via internet, you can already gather a lot of information about your forefathers. You can start for example with the WieWasWie website.
We are glad to help you on your way. There is a lot to be discovered about your forefathers. Questions like: When were they born or married? When did they pass away? How many brothers or sisters, children and grandchildren did they have? Where they poor or rich? Was there a large inheritance or none at all? You can decide where to begin in the Quick Menu.
- initital orientation
- crash course ancestor search
- family coat of arms
- profession and population
- prikbord (bulletin board, Dutch)
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With the help of the internet you can find increasingly more information about your ancestors. If you would like to start compiling your family tree at home, you can consult the national database. You may be surprised at what you can find!