- Hi there you all,
I am new to this list and already have a question (actually more than
I have recently started to try and find my ancestor's on my mother's
side of the family, so I would like to know if any of you has the
name of Lardinois (or Lardenoije, Lardenois, Lardenoy, Lardenoye or
whatever spelling variety you can think of) in his or her family
tree? The ones I found up until now are from the region Sint
Geertruid, Gronsveld, Mheer, Cadier en Keer which all are villages
near Maastricht in the province of Limburg, The Netherlands (which is
where I live).
My second question is this: I am trying to find as much as possible
on the internet, as I have limited time to go to the archive
libraries myself, but I have the feeling there have to be more
sources than I have discovered up until now. I have searched the
Mormon church databases and also a Dutch database called Genlias, but
it only so far has the weddings in it from this region, which means I
am limited to finding the married family members so far. So if any of
you can tell me more sources I probably can find something in, you
would make me very happy!
Love to hear from all of you, especially the ones who have a bound
somewhere in their family tree with Holland (I might be able to find
some more information for you on your ancestors perhaps, will be more
than willing to!)
- Hi Willeke!!
Luckily I am doing research in the Netherlands. My husband's family
came here from there. Talsma and DeVries, mainly from the Friesland
area. I also have not had a lot of info from the GenLias site. I
get most of my info from the Digital Resources Netherlands and
Belgium. The website is http://geneaknowhow.net/digi/resources.html
I have had more luck with this site and you can also see it in
Dutch. I find things there that are not at the GenLias site. Check
out everything they have and you might like it too!!
Good Luck and happy hunting.
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