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Scandinavian Genealogy Scandinavian Genealogy Promote Your Page Too About Scandinavian Genealogy research Privacy policy: There is no private information collected by this site. But any information you leave on our guestbook can be seen by others. If you would prefer to send a message to us only, use the email link. Note that once you click on any other links (i.e. search button) you will leave this site, and the other site's privacy policy will apply. Good luck with your research. If you like us to help with your research, either click here to leave a query about your ancestors in our guestbook, or click here to send an email to find out if we can help you and how much it would cost. To include details from Norway, Sweden and Denmark in your family tree, the main sources are census and church records, but there are more and more publications on internet and in books. DNA testing could help you find thousands of relations that are interested in genealogy. If you are in a hurry, try some of these links. They are among the largest Genealogy search engines. Otherwise, see below for more information. Ancestry will let you search the whole world for any name you choose, and has lots of records and family trees for all Scandinavian countries, including all scanned Swedish church records. Try them here. Ancestry DNA testing will give you an overview of what your background is, and could include a list of thousands of relations. Ancestry - Test Sale DNA - Link MyTrees allows free searches for ancestors in Scandinavia. MyTrees.com Ancestor Search - Over 1 Billion Names! Enter your ancestor's name for a FREE search: From To To search genealogical and other items at two of internet's biggest book stores (in US and UK), click here We have purchased microfiches from Denmark, Norway and Sweden, click here for details The beginning To start your research, check with your family members. Do any of them know anything more than you about your Scandinavian family? If so, you are already on the way to finding the details you need. To continue, there is a choice. Listed below are the options, from the most expensive (but the best), to the cheapest. Click on them for more details. Go to Scandinavia and visit the archives Contact a researcher in Scandinavia Find a researcher locally that can help you Do it yourself from home or from the nearest town 1. Go to Scandinavia and visit the archives The most expensive, but also the most rewarding way, is to go to Scandinavia, visit the archives and do the research yourself. Most of the archives have English speaking staff available to find the CDs, books, microfiches or microfilms you need to check. You can at the same time visit the places where your ancestors lived, and take photographs or video. You may be able to find some information from the people who live there now. Many Scandinavian families enjoy having a visit from tourists from overseas, especially if it could be a distant relation. Your trip could be an experience you will never forget. 2. Contact a researcher in Scandinavia The second most expensive way, is to hire a researcher in Scandinavia to do the research for you. Lists of researchers are available from several internet locations in Scandinavia. Note that it may be difficult to control cost at times, if the researcher is far from you. If they are difficult to find, we can contact them on your behalf. 3. Find a researcher locally that can help you A cheaper way is to have someone do the research for you locally. You may find a researcher who is fluent in the Scandinavian languages where you live. If that is difficult, we can do the research for you. We have purchased records on microfiche from Scandinavian archives, both church records and census records. There is a chance that we have the information you are looking for already. If not, we can check internet and/or order and check the records for you. We need the name of the parish (or location), and the year (or date) of birth, confirmation, marriage or death of the ancestor that you would like to research. There is a fee payable for this (we have to pay fees ourselves to do this). Click here to see the census and church records we currently have on microfiche. To find out if we can help you, and how much it would cost, please send us an email with your enquiry by clicking here . 4. Do it yourself from home or from the nearest town The cheapest way is to do it yourself . Any Genealogical Society or Genealogical Library should have the International Genealogical Index (IGI) and the Ancestry files on CD or microfiche (produced by the LDS or Mormon Church), or you can find them on internet at www.familysearch.org. These files cover more than ten percent of the Scandinavian records before 1910, and there is a chance that the names you are looking for, will be there. Next, try several internet sites that cover Scandinavian names, for example these ones. MyTrees.com Ancestor Search - Over 1 Billion Names! Enter your ancestor's name for a FREE search: From To You may be lucky and find fanily trees with your ancestor's name on, but whether you find the names you are looking for or not, the next step could be to check parish or census records for the place your ancestor came from. All Scandinavian countries are gradually putting more and more census records on internet, and they can be searched nationwide. Many church records have been scanned, but you will need to read the priest?s Scandinavian Gothic handwriting to interpret them. Here are the web-sites of interest.?We have received permission from all three Scandinavian archives to put samples of their web-pages on our web-site. If you would like us to do the search for you, send an email by clicking here with the details you have, and we can give you a quote. Denmark Census and Migration Records etc.: http://ddd.dda.dk/ddd_en.htm For Emigration Records, it is important to remember that the records are in Danish, and must be searched using locations in Danish. ? For example, the Danish word for Australia is ?Australien?. For Census Records, if you know which County to search, click either of these options: Autocheck of database No autofill of placenames The first option will only show details for the County you select, and you need to go back to the previous page to select another County.? The second option allows you to select any county for each search. To search the whole country, select ?Advanced Search? (on the left side), click on the first County (Aabenraa), scroll down to the last county (Viborg), and hold the Shift-button down while clicking on the last county. If an error message shows (it may take too long to search), you can either select just one county or a few counties, or use the Danish language version instead (click on the Danish flag towards top right of the screen). When typing a Name, you can type part of a name, and anyone with that part will show up.? You can leave the rest of the fields blank, but you may have lots of results. If you know when the person lived in Denmark, you can select a Census Year for that period (if available). Initially, only 1801 and 1845 were 100% complete on internet, but other years are growing every week. 1845 is the first census with Place of Birth. For scanned Danish Census and Church Records, use http://www.sa.dk/content/us/genealogy/online_services For these Records, read the English instructions carefully, because they translate some of the common words. For a detailed description of what the Parish records contain, click "Parish Registers" on the far right. Other records are explained by clicking the names on the left side (i,e. Census Lists, Probate Records, Danish Names etc). Dictionary (also on the left side of this page) will translate many of the Danish words of interest. Once you are ready to start the search, click Arkivalieronline at the bottom of the page. This will bring up a new page, but everything will now continue in Danish (at present). To start the search, click the little arrow next to the words "V?lg arkivalietyper her" (almost on the middle of the page), and select Kirkeb?ger. This will bring up the next screen where you can choose which parish to search. Either click the arrow next to ?V?lg sogn? to select any Parish (this will show all parishes in Denmark), or click the arrow next to ?V?lg amt? to select a County, the arrow next to ?V?lg herred? to select a Shire, and finally click the arrow next to ?Sogn? to select a Parish in that County or Shire. Once you have selected a parish, you will see a list of years available for that parish, and a letter indicating what is in the books. In this example, we chose Maria parish in Copenhagen (K?benhavn) county. Amt Herred Sogn Kirkebog Fra Til K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1904 1911 F K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1904 1922 K K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1904 1914 V K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1904 1916 D K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1911 1920 F K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1914 1924 V K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1916 1929 D K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1920 1936 F K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1922 1953 K K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1924 1944 V K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1930 1944 D K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1936 1953 F K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1944 1965 V K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1944 1961 D K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1953 1989 K K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1954 1973 F K?benhavn Sokkelund Maria Maria 1961 1979 D The books contain several items. F = Baptisms, K = Confirmations, V = Marriages, D = Deaths. Other Parish books may contain J = Journals, T = Arrivals to the Parish, A = Departures from the Parish. Some years may overlap, because some items end before others. Click on the underlined parish name on the line that covers the year you would like to search. An application (LAView) used to display the scanned pages will be downloaded the first time. You must have Java to use this application. When the next page loads, you will see several red square dots followed by the word Opslag and a page number on the left side. Clicking on the red dot will start the download of the page with the priest?s Gothic handwriting. The dot will turn yellow while the page is downloading, and green when the page is available. You can click several red dots while download is in progress, and return to them when they have turned green. Norway Census, Emigration and some Church Records are available on http://arkivverket.no/eng/content/view/full/629 It is possible to search all their databases for a name by typing it in the Search item called "Serarch the sources", or you can use the shortcuts to a specific census, parish registers and much more. Many of the pages are still in Norwegian, but they are gradually being translated. For instance, if you choose Digitised Parish Registers, the next page is in Norwegian. But the last word on the blue line is the word English. If you click that, the English version of the page will show. As soon as you select a County, all available Church Records show for that County.? This is part of a web-page for Asker parish in Akershus County: Select county: All ?stfold Akershus Oslo Hedmark Oppland Buskerud Vestfold Telemark Aust-Agder Vest-Agder Rogaland Hordaland Bergen Sogn og Fjordane M?re og Romsdal S?r-Tr?ndelag Nord-Tr?ndelag Nordland Troms Finnmark Abroad Abroad Select parish: All Aker sorenskriveri Asker Asker / Asker Asker / Vestre B?rum Asker / ?stre B?rum Asker og B?rum sorenskriveri Aurskog Aurskog / Aurskog Aurskog / Blaker Dr?bak Dr?bak / Dr?bak Dr?bak / Frogn Eidsvoll Eidsvoll / Eidsvoll Eidsvoll / Langset Enebakk Enebakk / Enebakk Enebakk / Marie Fet Fet / Fet Fet / R?lingen Follo sorenskriveri Gjerdrum Gjerdrum / Gjerdrum Gjerdrum / Heni Hurdal Hurdal / Feiring Hurdal / Hurdal H?land H?land / Hemnes H?land / L?ken H?land / Setskog H?vik Kr?kstad Kr?kstad / Kr?kstad Kr?kstad / Ski Lillestr?m Nannestad Nannestad / Bj?rke Nannestad / Holter Nannestad / Nannestad Nedre Romerike sorenskriveri Nes Nes / Fenstad Nes / Ingeborgrud Nes / Nes Nes / Nes og Fenstad Nes / Udenes Nes / ?rnes Nes sorenskriveri Nesodden Nesodden / Nesodden Nesodden / Oppeg?rd Nittedal Nittedal / Hakadal Nittedal / Nittedal Oppeg?rd Skedsmo Skedsmo / Lillestr?m Skedsmo / L?renskog Skedsmo / Skedsmo Skedsmo / Str?mmen S?rum S?rum / Frogner S?rum / S?rum Ullensaker Ullensaker / Furuset Ullensaker / Hovin Ullensaker / Ullensaker Vestby Vestby / Garder Vestby / Hvitsten Vestby / H?len Vestby / Son Vestby / S?ner Vestby / Vestby Vestre B?rum ?stre B?rum ?s ?s / Kroer ?s / Nordby ?s / ?s Select type of register: All Parish register (official) Parish register copy Birth register Indicate period: Search for parish by name: Main page User's guide About this service Parish history Feedback Parish registers published last week Your selection contains 16 registers: Asker: 1726-1744, Parish register (official) Asker: 1733-1766, Parish register (official) Asker: 1767-1807, Parish register (official) Asker: 1778-1799, Parish register (official) Asker: 1807-1813, Parish register (official) Asker: 1814-1824, Parish register (official) Asker: 1814-1830, Parish register copy Asker: 1825-1878, Parish register (official) Asker: 1825-1864, Parish register (official) Asker: 1825-1878, Parish register (official) Asker: 1825-1878, Parish register (official) Asker: 1825-1878, Parish register (official) Asker: 1865-1878, Parish register (official) Asker: 1916-1925, Birth register Asker: 1918-1948, Parish register (official) Asker: 1925-1938, Birth register Some years may be repeated, because they contain different type of records (ie. Baptisms on one, Marriages on another). Click on the parish and range of years you are looking for, and a list of details for each year shows on the next web-page: Type of records Year (Page) Year (Page) Year (Page) Birth and baptism records 1825 (002) 1826 (017) 1827 (030) 1828 (044) 1829 (055) 1830 (067) 1831 (078) 1832 (088) 1833 (097) 1834 (107) 1835 (120) 1836 (133) 1837 (142) 1838 (153) 1839 (165) 1840 (176) 1841 (187) 1842 (200) 1843 (213) 1844 (224) 1845 (238) 1846 (252) 1847 (265) 1848 (275) 1849 (284) 1850 (295) 1851 (307) 1852 (318) 1853 (329) 1854 (342) 1855 (354) 1856 (367) 1857 (381) 1858 (395) 1859 (409) 1860 (420) 1861 (433) 1861-1846 (257) 1862 (444) 1863 (456) 1864 (469) Dissenters? birth records 1855-1864 (---) loose attachments ---- (155) 1847 (272) 1879 (420) Clicking on the blue page number will show the page with the priest?s Gothic handwriting. An application used to display the scanned pages will be downloaded the first time. Sweden Sweden is gradually scanning church records on internet. ?They, and all 1890 and 1900 census (and some earlier census) can be searched for a fee. The Swedish Archive site is http://www.svar.ra.se ??Click on ?In English? on top right, and you will see a list of what is available.? Census index can be searched free, but looking at details requires a subscription. One shire of the 1890 census, and one parish can be looked at free, just to show how it works.? An application called DJVU must be downloaded to look at scanned pages. Here is part of the web-page for the free parish: Ervalla. Scanned documents - Church records Archive: Ervalla kyrkoarkiv (SE/ULA/10219 Post 1 - 50 av 64 Type of document Volume Period Remarks Image Husf?rh?rsl?ngder SE/ULA/10219/A I/1 1745-1763 Husf?rh?rsl?ngder SE/ULA/10219/A I/2 1751-1763 Husf?rh?rsl?ngder SE/ULA/10219/A I/3 a 1762-1776 Husf?rh?rsl?ngder SE/ULA/10219/A I/3 b 1762-1776 Duplett. Husf?rh?rsl?ngder SE/ULA/10219/A I/4 1776-1785 Lysnings- och vigselb?cker SE/ULA/10219/E I/1 1758-1860 Lysnings- och vigselb?cker SE/ULA/10219/E I/3 1861-1873 F?delse- och dopb?cker SE/ULA/10219/C/2 1715-1792 F?delse- och dopb?cker SE/ULA/10219/C/3 1793-1819 ?Husf?rh?rsl?ngder? = House visit records, and are unique to Sweden.? The priest had to visit every household in his parish, and write down what had happened since his last visit.? This is like a detailed census record, and can show names, dates of birth, marriage, death, arrival in the parish, movement within the parish mentioning which page the person moved to or came from, when a person left the parish, and where the person moved to. ?Lysnings- och vigselb?cker? = Engagement and Marriage records ?F?delse- och dopb?cker? = Birth and Baptism records If the word "Image" appears at the end of the line of interest, click on ?Image? to see the scanned details. The American site, www.ancestry.com has now got all scanned Swedish parish records, and can be searched in English.? But they charge a fee as well. If you do not feel confident using internet, you can go to a Family History Library (owned by the Mormon Church) and order a microfilm with parish, census or other records for the area of the country where your ancestor was born. These libraries are found in many major cities.? They charge a small fee for each microfilm ordered, but it could take several months before the film reaches the library. However, most records are in handwritten Gothic Scandinavian language. If you need to learn some basic words, there are books available at libraries, book-shops, or there are courses arranged. If you happen to be close to Brisbane, Australia, there is a Scandinavian Group of the Genealogical Society of Queensland in that city. They have collected many genealogical books, atlases, maps and records from Scandinavia. The group meets usually on the third Sunday of every second month, and sometimes have guest speakers talking about Scandinavian research and migration. If you would like more information about the meetings, please send an email to steinarau@gmail.com Good luck with your Scandinavian research. ISP Internet Access

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