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Gringelstad no.1 to, and included no. 20, Hommentorp, Hommentorp no.2 to, and included no. 13, Köpinge, Köpinge no.1, Köpinge no.2, Köpinge no.3, Köpinge no.6 and no.7, Köpinge no.9 to, and included no.15, Köpinge no.18 to, and included no.25, Köpinge no.27 to, and included no.51, Lyngsjö no.2 to, and included 22, Mosslunda, Ugerups gård, Ugerup, Ugerup no.2 to, and included no. 31,
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Lyngsjö, Husförhörslängd 1835 -1838 , Ortregister
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