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Sephardic Ketubot
from The Netherlands

Index compiled and prepared by Mathilde Tagger and Jeff Malka


    The National Library of Israel located in Jerusalem has an online Database dedicated to ketubot (marriage contracts) from all over the world at: This database includes the marriage contracts from its own collection but also from various Israeli institutions such as the Ben Zvi Institute, Museum of Israel, etc as well as from large collections from outside the country such as the Jewish Theological Seminary (New York), the Dahan Collection (Brussels) etc.
    The present index includes nineteen ketubot from Amsterdam and The Hague. The period covered by these ketubot is from 1661 to 1821 and includes about 55 persons.
    For each ketuba, the researcher will find its url in order to be able to immediately view it as well as the surnames of the groom and bride, their given names and their fathers' names.
    The surnames are here spelled according to their usual forms as they were written in French. The given names are spelled according to transliteration rules.
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