Outline related to Belgian Emigration
- The Dutch municipality Luyksgestel (Dutch province Northern Brabant) did belong between 25 January 1815 until 18 November 1818 to the arrondissement Turnhout.
- This municipality did belong to the departement Nedermaas in 1795 and was created from the civil parish Luyksgestel (Ancien Regime).
- It was moved 12 November 1812 from France (departement "Meuse Inférieure") to the Kingdom Holland.
- And is now incorporated in the Dutch municipality Bergeijk (province Noord-Brabant).
1977-nowArendonk, Baarle-Hertog, Balen, Beerse, Dzessel, Geel, Grobbendonk, Herentals, Herenthout, Herselt, Hoogstraten, Hulshout, Kasterlee, Laakdal, Lille, Meerhout, Merksplas, Mol, Olen, Oud-Turnhout, Ravels, Revie, Rijkevorsel, Turnhout, Vorselaar, Vosselaar, Westerlo.
- Baarle is composed of the Dutch municipality Baarle-Nassau & and the Belgian municipality Baarle-Hertog. The second is enclaved in the first.
- Linguistic borderline between dialects in Baarle (English)
- List of sources (ca 1650 - ca 1810) for Baarle and surrounding towns
- Flag by FOTW
- Heemkundige kring: Nicolaus Poppelius (Ravels)
- Actagena by Frans Vandenbosch
- This Genealogical Work-group in East-Brabant has almost all records between 1574 and 1900 of the parishes in the area between Leuven, Aarschot, Diest and Tienen
- Click here for a summary, with the list of published parishes.