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Church Records

Microfilm at the Family History Library includes church records for Årstad clerical district in Bergen. Årstad was called Skt. Jørgens hospital (church) before 1886, and belonged to Fana clerical district before 1749. Microfilmed records cover 1744-1931.

Årstad parish became its own clerical district in 1886 and included the parishes:

  • Årstad
  • Skt. Jørgens hospital with:
    • D. D. Krohns og Frues Stiftelse
    • de Søfarendes fattighus
    • Stranges fattighus
    • Enkefattighuset
    • Pleiestiftelsen no. 1 for leprosy patients
    • Lungegårdshospitalet and their employees

There is a separate record kept for the Leprosy hospital (Pleiestiftelsen no. 1 for spedalske) in Bergen for the years 1859-1886.

Digitized images of the church books are online at Digitalarkivet. Årstad, 1886-1943 Skt. Jørgens hospital, 1743-1906 Skt. Jørgen, 1823-1935 Pleiestiftelsen for Leprosy patients, 1859-1886

History

Årstad kirke (Årstad church)

[http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%85rstad_kirke Norway

Farm Names

23 Aarstad 20 Bjørndal 25 Fløen nordre 29 Harbakken 14 Haukeland 31 Kobbeltveit 16 Kolstølen 10 Krohnstad 17 Landaas 22 Lappen 13 Møllendal 11 Neset nedre 21 Nordbø 17 Nordrehaug 15 Slettebakken 7 Soleim 8 Soleim lille 2 Soleimslien øvre 10 Sægrov 30 Tarlebø 30 Træet 5 Viken

References

Oluf Rygh: Norwegian Farm Names


 

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