Harry Mulisch died 10 years ago, please help completing his European ancestry

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Harry Mulisch, the world famous Dutch writer, died 10 years ago. He is one of the best known authors of his time.

His ancestors came from multiple countries (Belgium, Austria, Germany and probably more). His mother was Jewish and moved to the USA.

Please help connecting this European to the global tree!

WikiTree profile: Harry Kurt Victor Mulisch
in Genealogy Help by Michel Vorenhout G2G6 Pilot (223k points)
edited by Michel Vorenhout

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Name: Harry Kurt Victor Mulisch
Gender: Male
Death Age: 83
Birth Date: 29 Jul 1927
Birth Place: Belgium, Haarlem
Marriage Date: 1989
Residence Place: Netherlands, Dutch, United States, Jerusalem
Death Date: abt 2010
Obituary Date: 2 Nov 2010
Parents: Karl Mulisch; Karl lodged
Spouse: Sjoerdje Woudenberg

Source Citation

Telegraph News; Publication Date: 2/ Nov/ 2010; Publication Place: London, Eng, United Kingdom

Wasn’t able to find spouse records 

by Marion Poole G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
selected by Annamaria Ceko
Spouse is still alive as are his children....
Added, thanks

Alice’s parent’s divorce 

Name: Jacob Schwarz
Divorce Date: 28 nov 1931
Divorce Place: The Hague, 
Spouse: Bella Lucie Netter

Source Information

Ancestry.com. Web: The Hague, Netherlands, Divorce Index, 1812-1931 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.

Good find! I would never have thought they would move to the Netherlands as well.

More info (civil register extracts) on Schwarz/Netter couple and their parents in marriage attachments, images 540-549:

"Belgique, Anvers, registres d’état civil, 1588-1913," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-8BF7-3CF?cc=2138481&wc=Q82R-THL%3A1007785401%2C1008524101 : 22 May 2014), Antwerpen > Huwelijksbijlagen 1906 (nr. 1798-1992) > image 540 of 1162; België Staatsarchief (Belgium State Archives), Brussels.

Thanks. The handwriting on the German records requires someone more advanced than me wink

The Belgian civil services officers saw that coming, Michel. That's why they had all German documents translated to French for you...devil

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