Frequently asked questions
This website does NOT require registration to gain access to the data of deceased relatives, whose death occurred more than 10 years ago. However, to view facts about suspected living relatives or recently deceased relatives, you must register and state your relationship to this family tree when registering.
You can request an account here. Do not forget to state clearly what your relationship to this family tree is. Please note: this link only works if you are not logged in.
To see names and details of living persons, you or a family member must be part of the family tree.
You may be in this family tree yourself. You will then be given the option to view your own data. Your account is linked to your personal data in this family tree. You can only view the data when you are logged in. Because of course your data is not available to visitors.
When the site administrator has made a link with your own personal data, you can also view the data of close relatives with a standard distance of 2 degrees. This means that you can view the details of your grandparents, parents, children, grandchildren and uncles and aunts. But not the details of your cousins.
If you do not yet have access to the desired data or do you not know whether your data is included in this family tree, send a message with the required information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe privacy is very important. If you do not want registered close relatives to be able to view your data, please let us know. We will then provide your personal data with an additional privacy restriction.
If you do not appear in this family tree yourself, but if you do have ancestors in this family tree, we will link your account to the last generation of your ancestors who is included in this family tree. You can then provide us with the required information with which we can supplement the data.
Guests who visit this family tree will only see minimal data of deceased persons, such as: Birth, Death, Burial and Wedding Date and place.
Logged in family members can also view the present records, prayer cards, family messages, tombstones, old addresses, professions, etc., etc.
On the Person page it is possible that under the "Notes" tab you can see addresses where this person lived, these addresses usually come from the person card I have requested at the CBG.
Some addresses have an extra addition in parentheses on the bottom line:
Zandfort 90 Hoogerheide (renumbering)
By copying and pasting these numbers into, for example, the Google search box, you will usually see the first result as a map, by clicking on this map you will be taken to a page where you will see a map of this address on the right. At the top left is usually a small image of the house, when you click on this image the photo will appear on the right in large.