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Guide to Voll, Norway ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records
See Eid clerical district.
- 1664-1666, 1801 see Grytten clerical district.
- 1865, 1875, 1900 see Eid
- Folketellingen for Norge den 1ste desember. The 1910 census for Voll is available online at Digital Archives and at the Norwegian Historical Data Centre.
Søvik, Olav,Bygdaboka for Voll, [Åndalsnes] : Bygdaboknemnda for Voll, 1979-1980. Volume 1 contains a history of the beginning and growth of Voll in Møre og Romsdal county while volume 2 is a history and genealogy of the people and the farms. The third volume contains descriptions of customs from the olden days. FHL 948.35/V7 H2s A farm name index to volume 2 is found in the following link. File:948.35-V7 H2b V2 - Voll.pdf
|The farm name index referenced above includes many more names than the list below.|
The farm number and name of the farms listed in Oluf Rygh Farm Name Index in about 1900 were as follows:
9 Berill, 23 Bruaset, 8 Demmedal, 10 Engan, 8 Frantsen, 7 Gjerde, 1 Griset, 12 Hafellen, 2 Hjellen, 8 Holte, 8 Holtefonnen, 18 Hovde nedre, 15 Lien, 6 Lillebø, 28 Moen, 6 Nedrebø, 27 Nedrebø, 20 Otterholm, 29 Roknem, 22 Samset, 32 Sauset, 17 Sevik, 24 Skaret, 30 Skeie, 13 Skjelbostad, 14 Stokke, 33 Stolstranden, 31 Sæbø ,16 Sæt, 11 Valved, 25 Venaas, 4 Vik, 21 Vold, 5 Øvrebø, 26 Øvrebø, 3 Øvrevik
1677-1869: Probates are found in Romsdal judicial district.
1700-1816: Clerical probates are found in Romsdal Deanery
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