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Van Brummelens in Nijkerk, Gelderland

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Re: Van Brummelens in Nijkerk, Gelderland

Posted: 28 Apr 2012 9:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm not good at translating Dutch either, especially handwritten script, so I'm not going to be much help there. But I have figured out dates for the most part. I didn't record the image numbers, I just went page by page until I found Rik van Brummelen. Once I had found a record, I could skip the next nine months and keep going (and some weren't much more than nine months!). But having the dates, you can skip to the approximate page (put a number xx where it says page xx of XX) and go from there.

The basic pattern of the record: Date recorded; father's name, age, occupation, and residence; mother's name, occupation, and residence; date of birth, including day of week, part of day (morning, midday, night, etc), and hour; location, (area of village where birth took place?); sex and name of child; then names, ages, and occupations of witnesses followed by signatures.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Luke Baars 27 Apr 2012 8:32PM GMT 
RDF1369 28 Apr 2012 1:13AM GMT 
asweers1 28 Apr 2012 12:26PM GMT 
RDF1369 28 Apr 2012 12:32PM GMT 
asweers1 28 Apr 2012 3:18PM GMT 
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