Deaths in Belgium #france


Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

IsraelP wrote:
Does anyone know where to find information on deaths in Belgium? I don't have a
date, but it would be post-Holocaust. I am looking for a date and burial
information.
This falls under privacy laws so no official sources would be open.

The only source I can think of are death anouncements in the newspapers and
personal knowledge of family and friends.

So start publishing more specifics.

Evertjan Hannivoort.
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Alain SIELIONTCHIK
 

For genealogical purpose, you can obtain some informations at the city hall of the
place of death.

Alain Sieliontchik
Belgium

IsraelP wrote:
Does anyone know where to find information on deaths in Belgium? I don't have a
date, but it would be post-Holocaust. I am looking for a date and burial
information.
This falls under privacy laws so no official sources would be open. The only
source I can think of are death anouncements in the newspapers and personal
knowledge of family and friends.


Charles Mahler
 

Hello,
Each town in Belgium has a Civil registry (burgerlijke stand in Flemish,
Etat Civil in French) with birth, marriage and death registration.
So if you know the town and the year you can maybe find there the
information you are looking for.
Best regards
Charles Mahler Antwerp
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: Deaths in Belgium
From: IsraelP@...
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2013 16:00:10 +0200
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Does anyone know where to find information on deaths in Belgium? I don't
have a date, but it would be post-Holocaust. I am looking for a date and
burial information.

Israel Pickholtz
Jerusalem


Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Alain SIELIONTCHIK wrote:
IsraelP wrote:
Does anyone know where to find information on deaths in Belgium? I
don't have a date, but it would be post-Holocaust. I am looking for
a date and burial information.
This falls under privacy laws so no official sources would be open.
The only source I can think of are death anouncements in the
newspapers and personal knowledge of family and friends.
For genealogical purpose, you can obtain some informations at the city
hall of the place of death.
As a native you surely know more about that, than we Dutch. Could you explain what
info and how to get is for the OP? Aren't there privacy laws to consider?

Personally I think that privacy is for the living, but lawmakers are not that
logical in thier decisions.

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)
Visit [recently changed URL]: <http://synagogeenschede.nl/>


thierry.samama@...
 

Hello Israel,

Perfect timing: the Belgian archives have just opened online at
http://search.arch.be/

Haven't tried it myself, and not sure it covers the period or records
you're looking for yet, but it seems worth a try.

Good luck,

Thierry Samama
Paris, France
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Does anyone know where to find information on deaths in Belgium?
I don't have a date, but it would be post-Holocaust. I am looking
for a date and burial information.

Israel Pickholtz