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IFLA Cataloguing Section
Names of Persons
Introduction:
According to the International Cataloguing Principles (ICP)1 the Form of Name for Persons as an authorized access point should be constructed following a standard: "When the name of a person consists of several words, the choice of first word for the authorized access point should follow conventions of the country and language most associated with that person, as found in manifestations or reference sources". Thus, this set of documents summarizes the conventions for each country, established by each national cataloguing agency, to help other cataloguing agencies creating authority data worldwide.
Please access IFLA Names of Persons2 to submit updates from your country and to access more information.

Country name in English: The Netherlands

Country name in official language(s): Nederland

Language in English: Dutch

Language name in official language(s): Nederlands

Last updated: April 2016
For name usage in Flanders, see the entry under Belgium.

[Note: Separate categories can be given for the section below on usage.]


NAME ELEMENTS
Elements normally forming part of a name


Element

Type

Examples

1. Forename

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

2. Patronymic

father's forename with the suffix –szoon for sons or –sdochter for daughters, abbreviated to –sz respectively –sdr, sometimes occurring between the forename and surname

Janszoon (e.g. Willem Jansz. Blaeu; Joost Jansz.)

Jansdochter (e.g. Joostgen Jansdr. van‏ Egmond)

Willemsdochter (e.g. Neeltgen Willemsdr. van Zuytbrouck)


3. Surname

simple
[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]




with prefix, etc.
[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]




with prefix of foreign origin

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

du Perron

zum Bergen






compound (1)
[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]




compound (2)

since 1998: of a married person (male or female), consisting of either his/her partner’s surname linked to his/her maiden name or his/her maiden name linked to his/her partner’s surname by a hyphen


traditionally: of a married woman, consisting first of her husband’s surname linked to her maiden name by a hyphen

Römer-Schuurman (used by both husband and wife)
Roland Holst-van der Schalk

Scharten-Antink






with additions, etc.
[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]


Additional elements to names

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

Element

Use

Examples
























































[Note: Separate categories can be given for the section below on order of elements.]

ORDER OF ELEMENTS IN CATALOGUE HEADINGS
General rule


Type of name

Entry element

Examples

1. Simple surname

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

2. Surname with prefix, except Ver and prefixes of foreign origin (see rule 3)

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

BERGH, George van den

BOGAARD, Jeroen uit den

BRINK, Jan ten

EGMOND, Joostgen Jansdr. van‏

GRAVESANDE, Herman ‘s

KINDEREN, Anton der

VELD, Frederik in ’t

ZUYTBROUCK, Neeltgen Willemsdr. van



3. Surname with prefix Ver and prefixes of foreign origin: Ab. Ap, Bar, Ben, Des, Du, Fitz, L', La, Le, Les, Mac, O', Saint, San, Sankt, Sint, etc.

prefix
(as specified in the original language)

DU PERRON, E.

LA FONTAINE VERWEY, Herman de

VER HUELL, Carel Johann

ZUM BERGEN, Rotgerus



4. Compound surname

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

GOES-VAN DER NATERS, M. van der

ROLAND HOLST-VAN DER SCHALK, Henriëtte

RÖMER-SCHUURMAN, Katja

RÖMER-SCHUURMAN, Thijs

SCHARTEN-ANTINK, Margo

SLICHER VAN BATH, Bernard

WERUMEUS BUNING, J.W.F.


5. Name with distinguishing additions

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]

[no changes to the 1996 ed.]


Exceptions:


Type of name

Entry element

Examples

Names from the medieval period and Jewish names are usually entered in direct order under the forename

forename

HENDRIK VAN VELDEKE

SOLOMON BEN ABRAHAM

THOMAS À KEMPIS


Names consisting of forename and patronymic only

forename

JOOST JANSZ



National cataloguing code

RDA: Resource Description and Access

Transliteration schemes used


Authorities responsible for issuing library rules about names


National authority file of names

NTA: Nederlandse thesaurus van auteursnamen

Available in: The Virtual International Authority File (VIAF), at: http://viaf.org/.
Sources and recommended references

Brinkman’s cumulatieve catalogus van boeken. – Leiden : Sijthof, 1846-2002. ISSN 0007-0165

Published under this title from 1976-2002; under varying titles in earlier periods.


Nederlandse Bibliografie. – Den Haag : Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 2008- .

Available at: http://www.kb.nl/nederlandsebibliografie.


Nederlandse familienamenbank = Database of surnames in the Netherlands. – Amsterdam : Meertens Instituut, 2007-2011 ; Den Haag : Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, 2012- .

Available at: http://www.cbgfamilienamen.nl/.


Authority for information provided

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands

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Checked and approved by:

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands: Arjan Dekker, Marja Smolenaars (member of the Dutch RDA Commission), and Lian Wintermans (EURIG representative).



1 http://www.ifla.org/publications/statement-of-international-cataloguing-principles

2 http://www.ifla.org/node/4953


  • IFLA Names of Persons
  • Last updated: April 2016 For name usage in Flanders, see the entry under Belgium. [Note: Separate categories can be given for the section below on usage.]
  • Additional elements to names
  • [Note: Separate categories can be given for the section below on order of elements.] ORDER OF ELEMENTS IN CATALOGUE HEADINGS General rule
  • National cataloguing code RDA: Resource Description and Access Transliteration schemes used
  • Sources and recommended references
  • Authority for information provided

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