A Conversation for Genealogy for Beginners

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Post 1

Alfredo

If you use Google (English), than you could do this, to find ancestor information that might be relevant for you.



You type Genealogy * familyname * and click at "search".

You can also mention first- and second name between * * and even make a combination with a town where they might have lived. That town you should be mentioned outside * * .


And don't forget, that names were also written as they were spooken before 1810 (in continental Europe), so they change remarkably in earlier days.
And in even earlier days they are just mentioned as "son of" in relation to their father's first name.


Greetings from Amsterdam



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Post 2

Alfredo


This is the website; http://www.familyaffairs.nl/

Lars Roobol has far more time (evenings and saturday)than his wife Femke has.

Website is under construction, while you can mail them at;

[email protected]


He also álways makes fotocopies of documents that are relevant. So he's someone who does not just gets things from the internet, because most peoples want próve.


That's all I can do.


Greetings, Alfredo.


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