We have records on the following Dutch family lineages. View our alphabetical list below.  Town of Holland residents are fairly certain to find a link to their family! Contact the SCHRC to learn more.


A-D

Berenschot
Beskers
Brakman
Brill
Cappon
Cupery/Westra
Damkot
de Bruyne
De Hullu
Dees-van den Raedden
deFeyter/de Hont
Du Bois


E-J
Egberts
Ensink
Ghijsels
Gooetemaat
Groenhuis
Hesselink
Hoitink
Houmes
Ikink
Ippel


K-R

Kaljouw
Karreman/Karman
Klein Esselink
Konings-ten Dolle
Kooreman
Kroenbrink
Krosenbrink
Lokerse
Luitink
Moggre
Mullie
Nijweide
Renskers
Renskers (CHristian Family)
Roerdink

S-Z

Simmelink
Stemerdink
Tack 

te Brummelstroete
te Kortschot
Te Kulve
te Strake
te Winkel
ten Dolle
Ten Haken
ter Borg
Van Bortel
Van de Weele
Van Tatenhove
Vergouwe
Verplanke
Visser
Westerbeke
Wiggers
Wijkamp
Woordes


Gelderland Province

  • Letters from Emigrats - Translated by Nel Prins-Serier

  • Emigrants from Aalten to North-America - 1830-1930
  • Emigration Records for Winterswijk, Gelderland, NL 1837-1900
  • Aalten, Gelderland, NL - Liberale Gift 1748
  • Guide to genealogical sources in Gelderland
  • Gelderland Genealogical Newsletters (in Dutch) Beginning in 1987
  • Genealogical info in Dutch from Gelderland, Emigrants from Aalten
  • Descendants of the Phoenix Disaster Survivors - November 21, 1847 - list compilation began 1987
  • Aalten 1735-1762
  • Aalten 1790-1815
  • Bredeboort Marriages 1639-1724
  • Bredevoort Baptisms 1668-1811
  • Bredevoort Marriage Register 1638-1667
  • Bredevoort Marriage Register 1725-1811
  • Bredevoort Netherlands Reformed Church Membership  1767-1860
  • Dinxperlo Baptisms: 1715-1820
  • Dinxperlo Marriages: 1609-1619
  • Dinxperlo Marriage Commissions: 1796-1811
  • Dinxperlo Marriages: 1661-1811
  • Dinxperlo Netherlands Reformed Church Membership Book
  • Dinxperlo, Gelderland 1830-1930
  • Dinxperlo, Gelderland Liberle Gift 1748
  • Dinxperlo Baptisms: 1609-1618
  • Gendringen Baptisms: 1741-1811
  • Gendringen Marriages 1796-1810
  • Varsseveld Baptisms:  1730-1771
  • Varsseveld Marriage Book: 1772-1811
  • Varsseveld Marriages 1772-1811
  • Winterswijk Baptisms (Births): 1810-1857 & 1862
  • Winterswijk Baptisms 1647-1665
  • Winterswijk Baptisms 1669-1678
  • Winterswijk Baptisms 1682-1811
  • Winterswijk Baptisms 1719-1757
  • Winterswijk Baptisms 1768-1811
  • Winterswijk Dutch Reformed Church Membership Book: 1826-1861 (includes immigrant information)
  • Winterswijk Index 1620-1811
  • Winterswijk Marriages: 1810-1915 (indexed)
  • Winterswijk: Burial and death records 1780-1806


Zeeland Providence

  • Guide to Genealogical sources in NL - Zeeland
  • Aardenburg - Waloon Church Baptisms: 1687-1795
  • Axel - Marriage Records: 1604-1648
  • Axel - Orphan Book: 1618-1795
  • Biervliet Birth/Baptism: 1705-1754
  • Biervliet Baptisms 1705-1796
  • Burgh Baptisms: 1702-1810
  • Baptisms/Reformed: 1607-1796
  • Marriage/Reformed: 1607-1796
  • Groede Burials - 1732-1797
  • 's heer Arendskerke Marriages: 1583-1606 & 1614-1810
  • Ijzendijke Baptisms - 1722-1771
  • Kloetinge Marriages 1779-1810
  • Kloetinge Church Membership List 1727
  • Oostburg, NL Notary and Orphan Court Records
  • Terneuzen Marriages: 1738-1796
  • Terneuzen Marriages: 1697-1796
  • Westkapelle families
  • Immigration to America from West Zeeuws Vlaanderen - 1840-1970
  • West Zeeuws Vlaanderen Polder Records
  • Walloon Baptisms: 1685-1723
  • Walloon Marriages: 1691-1722
  • The Farm Experience in Zaamslag
  • Zaamslag Death Book - 1756-1795
  • Zuiddorpe Baptisms 1635-1796



Keeping History Alive, Vibant and Interesting!

History is alive in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. Much of the interest and excitement is due to the Sheboygan County Historical Research Center in Sheboygan Falls. The Center has carved out an impressive place in preserving and sharing the area’s history.


I was privileged to talk to more than 100 people who crowded into the basement meeting room of the Sheboygan Falls Public Library as part of the Second Saturdays series about the importance of stories in keeping history alive and interesting. I was speaking to the choir. This group knows about the importance of history in the lives of people.


I applaud the Research Center, its staff and volunteers who run the Saturday programs, for keeping history alive, vibrant and interesting.

Jerry Apps, Author and Historian
Wild Rose, Wisconsin

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 (920) 467-4667