Regional guide to church records
Alex, I am worried that you were in the middle of constructing your great Regional Guide table and one of our patrollers jumped in and worked on it assuming you had broken links, when really you just had not added them yet. Is this the case? If so, I apologize. I have cautioned her to wait several days in the future until you have had time to complete your project.Hanna5974 20:06, 10 November 2015 (UTC)
Hey, Alex, I just produced some pages for the provinces in the Netherlands. Could you take a look at an example of one of them https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Drenthe_Genealogy and see if you can think of any improvements. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions Thanks Kathi Hanna
Dear Av85647. Thank you for your input. There are almost 2000 articles in PERSI that relate to research in Netherlands. This is a growing database and it is a worthwhile resource for locating periodical articles. thank you. Djheaven/Wiki Support Team (talk) 19:28, 7 June 2018 (UTC)
Hi Alex! I wanted to let you know that I work for FamilySearch and have been given the project to include an "Online Resources" section at the top of every Scotland page that lists the best websites/databases to find specific records. We do this because even though these links can also be found in the main part of the wiki page, we want to bring them to the top so that users have easy/quick access to these great databases. Thanks! Beccac1229 (talk) 18 July 2018
Hessen Civil Registration
Thanks for adding all that material to Hessen Civil Registration. That was a good idea! Hanna5974
Indexed Netherlands Records
There ARE indexes of church records listed in the FamilySearch catalog/ . Here is an example https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/results?count=20&placeId=154840,143&query=%2Bplace%3A%22Netherlands%2C%20Zeeland%2C%20Goes%22&subjectsOpen=533870-50 Hanna5974
This is the sort of thing I mean by a "published transcription or alphabetical index" under point 2 under "Finding Netherlands Church Records". --Av85647 (talk) 20:48, 23 October 2018 (UTC)
Alex, the link for Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie under Inventories on the Netherlands Church Records page is broken. Can you please fix it for me? Hanna5974
So I found a link to download a .pdf of the Repertorium and changed that section to link to it.
Hey, can you tell me if it is possible to order birth, marriage, death civil certificates within the privacy time period (100, 75, 50 years) for immediate family members for genealogical purposes/\. Many countries allow that, but does the Netherlands? If it does, we should explain how in the Netherlands Civil Registration article.
The answer is: generally, yes, though proof that the people on the record are dead, have given permission, or are your ancestors will be required. As the following articles explain there is no standard procedure and it depends on the municipality involved:
https://www.dutchgenealogy.nl/how-to-order-my-own-birth-certificate/ https://www.dutchgenealogy.nl/how-to-obtain-certified-copies-of-birth-marriage-or-death-records-from-the-netherlands/ --Av85647 (talk) 23:59, 23 October 2018 (UTC)
Finding Netherlands Church Records
Alex, I changed the wording of this section because I wanted the instructions to start with the regional archives to appear as #1 in the list instead of just mentioned as "First..."
Can you check what I did? Esoecially, did I get Genealogie Werkbalk in the right place?
Isn't Genealogie Werkbalk, in a sense, also an inventory? Should we explain it there, also. Thanks for your help.
The section looks fine. Genealogie Werkbalk is simply a site that makes it easier to browse digital films in historical record collections on FS that relate to the Netherlands and Belgium. It isn't an inventory. --Av85647 (talk) 00:53, 25 October 2018 (UTC)