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Guide to Haus, Norway ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.

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Church Records

Microfilm of parish registers available at the Family History Library for Haus clerical distirict. Contains the parish registers for Haus clerical district which includes the parishes: Haus and Gjerstad. Also included Bruvik and Norway parishes, which became part of Bruvik clerical district in 1869; Mjelde parish which became part of Haus parish; and Arna parish, which was made its own parish divided from part of Haus parish in 1864. Records available from 1691-1922.

Images of digitized parish registers available online at Digitalarkivet (Digital Archives).

Haus: 1691-1886

Haus/Arna 1887-1912

Haus/Gjerstad: 1869-1878, 1887-1922

Haus/Haus: 1869-1921

Haus/Mjelde, Stamnes, Bruvik: 1821-1867

See also Arna

Census Records

  • 1664-1666 Census Fogd og sorenskrivers manntall was taken by the local civil authorities. Haus clerical district in Nordhordland fogderi included the parishes of Haus, Arna, Dale, Mjelde, Bruvik, Gjerstad, and Stamnes. It is on microfilm at the Family History Library Film 122979 Item 4 and at Digitalarkivet as scanned images.
  • 1664-1666 Census Sogneprestens manntall was taken by the local parish priests. Haus clerical district in Nordhordland prosti included the parishes of Haus, Mjelde Bruvik, Gjerstad, and Stamnes. It is on microfilm at the Family History Library Film 122972 Item 1 and at Digitalarkivet as scanned images and as a database.
  • 1801 Census The 1801 census for Haus clerical district includes Haus, Gjerstad, Mjelde, Bruvik, and Stamnes parishes. It is on microfilm at the Family History Library Film 123002 Item 2 and at Digitalarkivet as 1801-telling for 1250 Hougs
  • 1865 Census The 1865 census for Haus clerical district includes Haus, Gjerstad, Mjelde, Bruvik, Arna, Dale and Stamnes parishes. It is on microfilm at the Family History Library Film 123072 Item 1 and at Digitalarkivet as 1865-telling for 1250 Haus
  • 1875 Census The 1875 census for Haus clerical district includes Haus, Gjerstad, Mjelde and Arna parishes. It is on microfilm at the Family History Library Film 273479 and at Digitalarkivet as 1875-teljinga for 1250 Haus
  • 1900 Census The 1900 census for Haus clerical district includes Haus, Gjerstad, Mjelde and Arna parishes. It is on microfilm at the Family History Library Films 274301-274303 and at Digitalarkivet as 1900-telling for 1250 Haus

Court Records

Land Records

Farm Books

Farm Names

63 Aaseim, 64 Almene, 59 Askeland nordre, 67 Blom, 47 Hansdal, 62 Haus Præstegaard, 56 Hausberg, 68 Havre, 77 Helland, Herland, 78 Hole, 66 Hundhammer, 55 Kaustøl, Koppen, 70 Kraaen, Kvisti, 65 Kvitstein, 60 Midtteigen, Minne, 53 Mjelde midtre, 54 Nygjerdet, 63 Rinden, 72 Risnes, 72 Risnestangen, 61 Rivenes, 73 Romsle nedre, 48 Rødland, 70 Skulstad, 75 Songstad indre, 54 Stallene, 57 Sundland, 79 Takkvam indre, 60 Traaen, 71 Trengereid, Trengreiddal, 82 Tuenes lille, 81 Tuenestveit, 69 Vemmalvik, 49 Veset nordre, 60 Viken, 64 Vikne, 51 Vinaas, 60 Votle, Åsheim

Probate Records

From 1702-1848: Records are found in Nordhordaland, 1702-1910 judicial district.

1848-1895: Records are found in Midhordaland judicial district which was created from Nordhordaland.

1800-1852: Some of the farms in this parish belonged to Lysekloster Estate. If the probate is not found in the district above look at Hardanger og Voss where the probates for Lysekloster were kept.

1773-1810: Clerical probate records are found in Nordhordaland Deanery.

References

Oluf Rygh: Norwegian Farm Names


 

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