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Who are your Dutch ancestors? We will find out for you!
You may be familiar with the television program Who do you think you are and also want to know where you come from and which professions your ancestors practiced. We specialize in genealogical research and publication of your family tree as a digital report, hardcover book or framed gift.

How does it work?
Very easy. You only have to provide a few personal details and the family history will be explored for you. Your most beautiful family photos with a suitable caption should of course not be missing to make the publication even more personal! 


What can you expect?

The family tree shows your family history in word and image: Who are your ancestors? When did they live? What professions did they have? Where did they come from? Were they solid or did they move from place to place? Were they poor or rich? How large were their families? Were there criminal ancestors in the family? And so there are plenty of questions to think of … It also gives an impression of who you are as part of the story. We can’t make it any more personal! You can find some impressions below, with an option to enlarge.

Family Trees

  Afstammingsreeks       linen book cover with golden title print

       Genealogie                 linen book cover with golden title print

      Kwartierstaat          linen book cover with golden title print

 Page showing profession         example       

  Page showing postcard       example   

Page showing family photo      example   

National distribution map example 

Provincial distribution map example  

Local distribution map example  

     Afstammingsreeks      “single ancestral line”

             Genealogie               “single ancestral line including all children and spouses”

               Kwartierstaat                all ancestors in both male and female line
 
Continue to ‘Family trees’ 

 

Framed gifts

     Sierkwartierstaat        4 generations

     Sierkwartierstaat          5 generations

         Sierkwartierstaat          6 generations
 
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