Peter Eyckerman ( 1968) started with genealogy at the end of the 1990's. Gradually gaining more and more experience over the years he became a genealogy blogger in 2008 and a professional genealogist in 2011. In 2014 he wrote a 16 chapter course on genealogy in Belgium and the Netherlands for distance learning institution NHA. He loves researching and is good in solving problems with logical analytical thinking, an ideal profile for a genealogist.
Peter can do effici nt research in Belgium, extending to the neighbouring countries (Netherlands, France, Germany) if the research leads that way.
BA (Library and Information Sciences)
Post Academic (Designing man-machine interfaces)
Time Period Specialty:
; 18th Century
; 19th Century
Netherlands ; Belgium
Dutch, French, English
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