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Up to 1909 this parish was known as Linsell. Between 1910-1940 it was known as Linsäll. After 1940 the name was changed back to Linsell. This parish was created in 1798 from Sveg as a kapellförsamling, From 1870 up to 1922 it was a annexförsamling.(write information such as: how old the parish is, interesting facts about the parish, what alternate names it has, or any boundary changes.)
|Län||1645-1654 Hudiksvalls län, 1655-1810 Gävleborg, 1810- Jämtland|
|Tingslag||-1741 Jämtlands domsaga, 1741- Sveg|
|Domsaga||1680-1811 Jämtland, 1812-1878 Södra Jämtland, 1879- Härjedalen|
|Militär indelning||add here|
Bölberget, Djursvallen, Fjätdalen, Fjäten och Häggberget, Glöte, Häggberget, Kölosen, Linsäll, Lofsdalen, Ortholmen, Ransjö, Sörvattnet, Utgården, Vadet i Fjäten, Åsen.
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Linsell parish, Husförhörslängd 1839,1847, AI;4, Ort register.
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