This is only a small selection of the many good genealogy sites available.
It is impossible to list all, and I make no claim to be complete :-).Most sites are in Dutch, some have English versions available.
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General Dutch Sites:
Genlias. Find your ancestors in the "Burgelijke Stand", the civil registration registers. Not all localities and record types are available yet, but volunteers are working hard and new records are added frequently. Some church records are also available. Check the content page to see what is covered. In English.
Herman de Wit's Geneanet. Links to electronic transcriptions of primary sources in The Netherlands and Belgium and much more.
Rob Kuijsten's Surname Navigator and Annonce Revue. Rob has much more interesting stuff on his site, but these are two favorites. The Surname Navigator lets you search multiple databases at once. The Annonce Revue is a collection of (mostly) death notices from Dutch papers, that have been send in to the newsgroup soc.genealogy.benelux
Historisch Centrum Overijssel. This is a combination of the Overijssel Division of the National Archive and the City Archives of Zwolle. Indexes to many sources; searchable by name. Also much historic material with photographs.
Het Twents Streek Archief in Delden. A searchable (click on Zoek Machine) database of many primary sources of Overijssel.
NGV Afdeling Twente has 3 searchable databases on their site. All 3 can be searched by name.
1. Names (Persoons namen bestand)
2. Sources (Bronnen bestand) and
3. Het Twente Bestand. Twente Genealogisch, their newsletter is also online.
Jan Orsel's Homepage. Jan is my 5th cousin once removed.
Hans Houwaard's Homepage. Hans is my 5th cousin (among other relationships).