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From: Luc Matthijs <>
Subject: Re: [GEN-BENELUX] Re: Need In formation about Belgium Birth Certificate.
Date: Tue, 28 Dec 2004 21:48:55 +0100
You can also find some scans, transcripts and translations for different
time periods of Belgian Civil records at:
At 28/12/2004 18:43 +0100, Patrick Vanhoucke wrote:
>>I'm looking about information about belgium
>>birth certificate. It's about the registration
>>Number field, I wonder how is the format,
>>or may be you can give me an example, and is
>>it hand written or machine typed?
>>The exact field is: (it's written is 4
>>languages): Extract from birth certificate no.
>Sorry to say so, but your question isn't very clear. To me at least, it
>isn't. Are you talking about the numbers of the original birth
>certificate? Or the reference number in a database of some kind? To find a
>particular birth certificate, you need the place, the year and the number.
>E.g. the birth certificate of Johanna Van Ogten, born in Brussels on 12th
>June 1830 has the number 1924 (on folio 241v of the book with birth
>certificates of the year 1830 in Brussels).
Evere (Brussels, Belgium)
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