An overview of serfdom in the Netherlands, by Yvette Hoitink. A horige is a serf or villain, an un-free farmer who was bound to the land. Serfdom started in the Middle Ages. In most parts of the Netherlands, it was abolished by the 1500s. In some parts, like the eastern parts of Drenthe, Overijssel and Gelderland, a diluted form of serfdom continued until the French occupation of 1795.
Registers of the serfs belonging to the manor of Bredevoort, Gelderland, Netherlands from 1506 to 1795. The indexes are for the entire registers including the annual tallies and the other records. Transcriptiions are for the other records only.
Search screen for the city of Amsterdam. Search categories: Beeldbank (Image Database), Bibliotheek (Library), Overzicht (Overview), Gezinskaarten (Family Group Records), Huiszittenhuizen (Poor Relief Records), Kwijtscheldingen (Property Transfer Records), Marktkaarten (Market Concession Records), Doopregisters (Baptismal Records covering the period from 1564 until 1811).
Ruim 130 miljoen personen in de database. More than 130 million persons in the database. Civil registration records, population registers, church registers and more aggregated from a large number of Dutch archive organizations participating in WieWasWie.