Aldersro Parish København, København, DenmarkEdit This Page
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Guide to Aldersro, Denmark ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.
Aldersro parish was created in 1908 from parts of the parishes of Sions and Skt. Stefans. The name of the church is Taksigelseskirken and the parish is often referred to as Taksigelse rather than Aldersro.
- 1928 - part of the parish was split and annexed by Kildevælds parish
- 1930 - part of the parish was split and again went to Kildevælds parish
- 1956 - part of Skt. Johannes parish was added to Aldersro
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Biskop Krags Vænge, Borthigsgade, Bryggergade
F. F. Ulriks Gade
H.P. Ørums Gade, Hammershusgade, Haraldsgade, Haslegade, Hildrusgade
Klædebo Park Alle
Ragnagade, Ragnhildgade, Rovsingsgade, Rudolph Berghs Gade, Rytterknægtsgade, Rønnegade
Stadens Vænge, Studsgaardsgade, Studsgaards Passage
Vald. Holmers Gade, Vermundsgade, Vibekegade
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