Admin – To Do

The challenge of genealogy is that the more you find, the more questions this raises again! Therefore, the list of potential new information will only grow, even if you can strike others:

  • Record all family trees from Excel in a genealogical database (Aldfear) and accessible via Gedcom files and TNG via the website
  • Monthly tracking of mutations and new transcriptions of BDM and Archives:
    • & HoGenDa
    • the archives of Overijssel & Gelderland
    • the archives of OFB-Online (German local archives)
    • the archives of Lower Saxony (Dorsten 106 {-1811}, Dursten 4)
    • the archives of North Rhine Westphalia (104 {-1811}, Dursten 0)
    • other archives where relevant
  • Processing all Van Dorst in the archives of WieWasWie from Breda after 1700
    • Van Dorst maybe not after 1811 (too much)
  • Various transcriptions of archive graphics on the World Wide Web can still give more info
  • The register of the fraternity founded in 1350 due to the plague Beatae Mariae Virginis in Dorsten is for several centuries the most comprehensive name index
  • Transcriptions of writings regarding Zutphen (1350-1550, golden age, with family descriptions), Dorsten (1200-1500), Utrecht (1200-1600), Breda/Dordrecht (1400-1700)
  • Training Old Scripture to make good transcriptions
  • DNA analysis of male family with family names Van Dorsten, Van Dorssen
  • The archives of Overijssel (registers, notary, orphanages)
  • Meppel on patronymics before 1700 (particularly for the Wanneperveen tree)
  • German BDM data (outside Online-OFB), especially Dorstmund, Dinslaken, Vechta, Visbek, etc.
  • Transcriptions of acts in German Archives (Bentheim, Münster, family archive Lembeck, etc.)




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