Almost all original birth and marriage records (from 1811 till around 1900-1910) of the Netherlands are online.
They can be found on Familysearch.org, But if you can’t read Dutch it is difficult to find the correct birth or marriage document.
Translation of the birth document of Marregien:
Today on the twenty-seventh of September eighteenhundred fifty-two came to me Johannes Jacobus van Ingen, alderman, Civil Servant of the registry office of the municipality Kampen:
Willem van Dijk, fifty years old, profession farm laborer, residing in Eiland, municipality Kampen, with two witnesses the first Antonie Johan Baars, thirty-eight years old, profession male midwife, living in Kampen and second Joannes Lukas van ‘t Oever, forty-four years old, profession grocer, living in Kampen, he declared that his wife Hillegje Sellis, without profession, residing in Eiland, municipality Kampen, Letter LO?, number thirty-nine, gave birth on the twenty-five of this month, at eleven o’clock in the morning, of a female child with the name of Marregien.
We created this record and after reading the document is signed by me, the first party and the witnesses.
Eiland municipality Kampen is actualy named Kampereiland (Island of Kampen)
And I found the official marriage record of W. van Dijk and H. Sellis. (on the right side of the page)https://www.familysearch.org/s/image/show#uri=http%3A//pilot...