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Do you know the European collaborative indexes on Geneanet?

Posted by Jean-Yves on Feb 8, 2021

Some volunteers are indexing genealogical data on Geneanet, all over the world, and in Europe in particular.

The collaborative indexes are available for free for all Geneanet members.

Here, we are talking about collaborative indexes and not about collections provided by Geneanet and its partners, which are only available for Premium members.

See below the list of countries where some volunteers are indexing data.

If you want to participate, please send a message to international@geneanet.org. Note that you are not required to stay in the country for which you want to participate in the indexing.

Austria

17 indexes are actually available including 10,000 marriage records. We are seeking for volunteers.

Click here to view the indexes

Belgium

Many volunteers are indexing data throughout Belgium. Please contact us if you want to take in charge a collaborative project in Belgium.

Click here to view the indexes

Spain

One volunteer, whose username is “amancioh”, has indexed more than 460,000 individuals from the electoral rolls of Aragon. He is living proof that one person can help thousands!

Click here to view the indexes

Some archives from the Province of Girona are available online and we are seeking for volunteers.

Click here to view the archives

Italy

The project “Marriage Index” is well organized with one volunteer coordinator and more than 20 volunteer indexers. Six provinces have been almost entirely indexed, and 606 indexes are already available.

Click here for more information

The 1806 censuses from the Province of Genoa have also been entirely indexed.

Click here to view the indexes

Luxembourg

All of the ten-year lists (“Tables décennales” in French) from 1809 to 1922 have been indexed.

Click here to view the indexes

Netherlands

Two volunteer coordinators, Simone Groenenboom and Ben Hollander, and more than 20 volunteers are indexing genealogical records from the Netherlands. 423 indexes are actually available including almost 1 million marriages. Two provinces, Drenthe and Groningen, are almost completed from the earliest parish registers to World War II! We are seeking for volunteers to help indexing the 10 other provinces of the Netherlands.

Click here to view the indexes

Portugal

An indexing project has been recently launched by volunteer coordinator Brigitte Garcher, and registers from about 20 Portuguese cities are being indexed.

Click here to view the indexes

United Kingdom

Some registers of refugees who have settled in London after the French Revolution are awaiting to be indexed and we are seeking for volunteers.

Click here to view the registers

Slovenia

Some volunteers are frantically taking pictures of graves, and new Slovenian cemeteries are available every week!

Click here to view the pictures

Switzerland

The parish and civil registers from the canton of St. Gallen are available on Geneanet, and we are seeking for volunteers to index them.

Click here to participate in the indexation

Some archives from the canton of Geneva are available and we are also seeking for volunteers to index them.

Click here to view the registers

If you want to participate, please send a message to international@geneanet.org.

2 comments

Looking into Jakubowski family can’t find any information on them Kazimierz or my grandfather Tomasz please help me out thank you


pfranklin
2/12/21

Australia I am willing to put certificate indexes that I have another day. Currently not well.


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