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PicoSearch Bovenkerk subjoint genealogical material
Abbring

genealogy

1600-1836

Family from the region Landsmeer
 

 

 

 
Dachverlies

genealogy

1400-1620

An old family from 's-Hertogenbosch
Jonge, de

pedigree

vanaf 1320

The pedigree contains almost only peoples from Groningen and Oostfriesland
Kempher

familyreconstruction

1675-1750

A reconstruction of the lifes of the Kempher household
Klerck

genealogy

1550-1923

From Rhenen coming family, since last century some members belong to the nobility
Modder

genealogy

1650-1911

Some generations Modder originally living in de polder De Schermeer and from Schoorl
Noor

genealogy

1650-1919

Descendants of Harmen Jurriens, mainly in Beerta (province Groningen)
Nottelman

genealogy

1675-1975

Originally from Wesel (Germany), this family lived in the province Noord-Holland
Roth, de

genealogy

1500-1913

This family originally came from East-Prussia (Königsberg), with descendants in the Netherlands and in Danmark; a not related branche also is present
Schoofs

several families

vanaf 1680

Several families living in the Netherlands with this familyname
Smit, de

genealogy

1690-heden

Family coming from Brugge, with a Dutch branche from Grave; with additonal informations
Weijers

descendants

1630-1810

Descendants from Winant Theunissen Weijers and Maria Hendriks in (the region of) Groesbeek
Wit, de

genealogy

vanaf 1700

Family coming from the region of Alkmaar
Wit, de

pedigree

vanaf 650

This pedigree goes back to Charlesmagne
IJsselstein, van

genealogy

± 1450-1650

Genealogy-fragments from this descendants of the Van Egmond lineage

 

My genealogical questions:

Searching for answers brings new questions as you will know. Some of my questions are mentioned below. Reactions are very welcome! Some of my unsolved mysteries (in Dutch):

  Saulmon(t), but also Van Moens [17th century]
  The "vanished" Nicolaas de Wit (1828)
   Floris and Willem van Ysselstein [end 16th/beginning 17th century]

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