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Church Records

Microfilm of parish registers available at the Family History Libraryfor Åsnes clerical district. Contains parish registers for the parishes Åsnes, Gjesås and Finnskog (Gretvik). Åsnes vas separated from Hof clerical district in 1848 when Åsnes became its own clerical district, and included Våler parish until 1854 when Våler became its own clerical district. For records earlier than 1848 see Hof clerical district. The oldest parish records For Åsnes clerical district were destroyed by fire in 1929. Records available from 1866-1929. For earlier records see Hof

Digitized images of parishes available online at Digitalarkivet (Digital Archives).

Åsnes: 1866-1889;

Åsnes/Finnskog: 1890-1929;

Åsnes/Gjesåsen: 1890-1942;

Åsnes/Åsnes: 1890-1942;

Åsnes/Åsnes: 1903-1954

Census Records

For 1801 and earlier census records see Hof

  • 1865 Census Åsnes clerical district includes Åsnes, Gjesås and Finnskog parishes. Microfilm images are available at the Family History Library Film 123063 Item 3 and online as a database at Digitalarkivet 1865-telling for 0425 Aasnæs
  • 1900 Census Åsnes clerical district includes Åsnes, Gjesås and Finnskog parishes. Microfilm images are available at the Family History Library Films 273796-273799.

Court Records

Land Records

Farm Books

Åsnesboka, Åsnes 1853-1956. genealogy of the people and their farms in Åsnes in Hedmark county with some history FHL 948.23/A1 D2a. A farm name index to volume 1 is found in the following link. File:948.23-A1 D2a vol 1 - Asnes vol 1.pdf

Farm Names

The farm number and name of the farms listed in Oluf Rygh Farm Name Index in about 1900 were as follows:

118 Aasnes mellem, 131 Aasnesmoen, 85 Andset vestre, 82 Andsetmoen, Bakken, 108 Baltebøl, 90 Bjørneby, Blekalia,111 Branterud, 131 Brenna, 120 Brøtmoen, 133 Bækken, 123 Dammen, 126 Didriksrud østre, 109 Flissundet, 109 Floberg, 107 Floksengen, Gretvika, 136 Gruen, 121 Grønland, 127 Guldhaugen, 128 Haavelsaasberget, 134 Haavelsaasen, 93 Haslengen, 88 Haslerud, 97 Hebra Eng, 116 Helgestad, 115 Holmen, 81 Holtet, Hovelsåsberget, Hovelsåsen, Høgholtet, 135 Indgjerdslen, 102 Ingelsrud lille, 107 Isaksætre, 105 Jonsætre, 83 Kalgaarden, 98 Keiserud, 87 Kirkebakken, 97 Kjølen nedre, 110 Klypteppa, 133 Knappen, 103 Knappum, 111 Kneppa, 92 Kongelbæk, Korsgården,114 Kortgaarden, 110 Kosgaarden, Kynneggen, 113 Lauten, 118 Lautermoen, 110 Lautsanden, Linna, 129 Lotteriet, 112 Løsgaarden, 135 Magerholtet, Meiningen, 93 Melby, 130 Mellem og Karlstad, Midtskogberget, 103 Nesmoen, 98 Nordstuen, 84 Nygaarden, 117 Nymangen, 132 Obækbakken, 125 Oengen, 137 Oksvol, Oppsal, Peistorpet, Posåsen, Ramsli, Rønnesætra, 91 Saaset, 89 Sagerud, 96 Saure, 127 Siggerud, 106 Sjursætre, 109 Skjepaasen, 93 Skrikut, 97 Skrømtet, Skybakkmoen, 111 Sletdalen, 122 Snedkermoen, Surholet, 127 Svarverhaugen, 110 Sveiva, 110 Sveivteppa, 104 Svesætre, 97 Svingen eller Torskøia, Sæterberget, 104 Søbørkesengen, 100 Talhaugen, 87 Telle, 99 Toverud, 100 Trangsrud, 113 Trongaarden, 124 Tveraabakken, Tyskeberget, Utneset, Valbyvelta, Vermunden, Åsnes

Probate Records

1675-1774: Records are found in Solør og Østerdal judicial district.

1758-1852: Records are found in Solør og Odal judicial district.

1696-1779: Clerical probate records are found in Hedemarken og Østerdalen Deanery.

References

Oluf Rygh: Norwegian Farm Names


 

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