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  1. Jul 12, 2022 · Guide to Rogaland ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, parish registers, and military records. Rogaland is a county in Norway, bordering Hordaland, Telemark, Aust-Agder and Vest-Agder. Rogaland is mainly a coastal region with fjords, beaches, and islands.

  2. Genealogy Research in Rogaland County, Norway Norway is a great place to do research because of the wealth of historical material that can be found at the country's many archives, libraries, and other repositories.

  3. Online Rogaland Genealogy Records at DigitalArkivet – Norway. Claim Listing. All records for Rogaland at DigitalArkivet (Digital Archives of Norway) are free. Online Rogaland Genealogy Records can be searched by person, property, or record type.

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    Stavanger city has several parishes. They are: 1. Domkirken 2. Sankt Johannes 3. Sankt Petri 4. Frue 5. Randaberg 1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Stavanger Branch: 1852-1938 1. (Vennenes Samfund-Quakers): 1821-1951 1. (Dissentermenigheter: Stavanger, Klepp, and Haugesund 1859-1903)

    1664-1666 Clerical Census: This census was taken by the local parish priests. It covers Stavanger city and is available on microfilm at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City FamilySearch and...

    1617-1706The court records contain reports of civil and criminal actions, including the allodial rights, "odelssaker". You will find names, dates, places, and relationships in these records. The records have no indexes, therefore require time to study. They are excellent sources for genealogical research and at times you can find entire families th...

    A description of place names and street names in Stavanger city and the surrounding areas. "Stedsnavn i Stavanger by og nærmeste omegn"

    1607-1711 ByregnskaperCity revenue and expense records, tax lists, real estate registers, and other materials containing names of owners and amounts paid. These records are for Stavanger city in Ro...

    1680-1869Probate records for Stavanger city judicial district. The probate records usually contain the date of probate, name of the deceased, names of heirs, guardians and trustees, inventory lists, land and holdings, and other miscellaneous information. 1763-1851Clerical probate records are found in the Jæren deanery. Probate records of Jæren dean...

  5. Høyland church. Records begin in 1691 for Høyland clerical district which contains priest and sexton records for Høyland parish with Sviland chapel, Sandnes and Soma. Sandnes became its own parish in 1880 and its own clerical distric in 1914. Soma was discontinued in 1839 and was from then on included in Høyland parish.

  6. These parishes were part of Stavanger (the Latin school) before 1741, and the parishes Håland, Sola and Tjora became Sola parish in 1840. Microfilms at the Family History Library cover the years: 1671-1913. See FamilySearch Catalog for full details and microfilm numbers. Christenings (Døbte): 1671-1900. Introductions (Introduserte): 1671-1774 ...

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