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This CD-ROM contains a comprehensive database with information on every person registered in Sweden as of November 1980 nearly 8.3 million people. Information is from the database of Sweden's Tax Authority. The following information is given: Given name and last name, street and mailing address, date of birth, parish at the time of birth, parish of residence and property information. All information is as of November 1980 (for Göteborg och Bohus county as of 1981 or 1979). This CD-Rom is written in the Swedish language but with the help of a few terms, it can easily be used by both Swedish and English speaking persons.
Translation of words used on search pages:
Swedish to English
Boendeort place of residence
Födelseort Place of birth
Födelseår Year of birth
Förnamn Given name
Samma adress Same Address
Samma fastighet Same premise
Samma område Same area/district
Skriv ut Print
Sök barn Search child/children
This CD-ROM may be purchased from the Federation of Swedish Genealogical Societies at their on-line bookshop called Bokhandel. See http://www.genealogi.se/roots/ It may also be purchased at SVAR’s on-line bookstore. See (http://www.svar.ra.se/
This CD-ROM may be available at local Swedish-American research centers in various states.
The CD-ROM is available at the Family History Library but not at the Family History Centers. It is CD-Rom no. 1848 in the Family Hsitory Library Catalog. To use at the Family History Library 1. Go to Find Your Ancestors on any patron computer in the library. 2. Click on Databases at the Family History Library. 3. Go to CD-ROM 1848 and click on Sveriges befolkning 1970. 4. Click on CHECK OUT 5. Read the notice. If you agree click on I ACCEPT. 6. Click on HERE. 7. Click on Allow. 8. Click on Run. 9. Click on Run. 10. Click on OK. 11. Click on OK. 12. Click on OK. 13. Double click Sverigesbefolkning 1980 14. Open the search form screen by clicking on Search (Sök) or Child Search (Sök barn) in the lower left corner.
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