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Gimsøy clerical district contains the parish registers for Gimsøy parish. Was separated from Lødingen clerical district in 1735 and Vågan clerical district in 1899. For earlier records see Lødingen clerical district.
The Family History Library has microfilm copies of the church books, 1852-1915.
Digital images are online at Digitalarkivet:
- 1664-1666, 1701 see Lødingen clerical district.
- 1801, 1865, 1875 see Vågan clerical district.
- 1875-telling for 1864 Gimsøy. The 1875 census for Gimsøy is available in a searchable database at Digitalarkivet and at the Norwegian Historical Data Centre.
- Folketellingen for Norge den 3dje desember 1900. The 1900 census for Gimsøy clerical district is available on microfilm at the Family History Library. Also available in a searchable databse online at Digitalarkivet and at the Norwegian Historical Data Centre.
- Folketellingen for Norge den 1te desember 1910. The 1910 census for Gimsøy is available online at Digitalarkivet and at the Norwegian Historical Data Centre.
8 Almenning, 2 Barstrand, 14 Brenna nordre, 13 Brenna søndre, 20 Delp, 17 Eidet, 15 Festvaag lille, 19 Gjersvold, 12 Gravermarken, 6 Hov, 4 Jendalen, 3 Kleivan, 10 Klepstad, 2 Klokkerstranden, 18 Laukvik, 9 Olderfjord, 2 Raet, 11 Rystad, 3 Sande, 17 Sandsletten, 5 Saupstad, 8 Strømnes, 1 Sundklak, 16 Sundlandsfjord, 12 Sydalen, 9 Uren, 17 Vatnfjord, 7 Vik, 7 Vikerøen, 4 Vinje
1673-1879: Probates are found in Lofoten og Versterålen judicial district.
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