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Church Records

Børsa clerical district includes the parishes Børsa (Vigen), Geitastrand, and Skaun (Børseskogn). Børsa was separated from Byneset clerical district in 1814, when it became the new Børsa clerical district including the parishes Børsa (Vigen), Geitastrand and Skaun (Børsaskogn). Skaun belonged to Orkdal clerical district prior to 1814. The Family History library has microfilm copies of the church books, 1702-1929

For earlier records see Byneset and Orkdal clerical districts.

Digital images are online at Digitalarkivet.

Byneset / Børsa: 1702-1816

Børsa: 1817-1878, 1916-1938

Børsa / Børsa: 1817-1837, 1867-1915

Børsa / Geitastrand: 1879-1904

Børsa / Skaun: 1817-1936, 1849-1929

Orkdal / Skaun: 1742-1816

Census Records

  • 1664-1666, 1701, 1801 see Byneset clerical district.


  • Folketelling 1834, Børsa prestegjeld (Sør-Trøndelag).  1834 census for Børsa clerical district include the parishes of Børsa, Geitastrand and Skaun and is available on microfilm at the Family History Library.



  • Folketælling for kongeriget Norge den 31te December 1875.  The 1875 census for Børsa clerical district include the parishes of Børsa, Geitastrand and Skaun and is available on microfilm at the Family History Library. 



  • Folketellingen for Norge den 1te desember 1910.  The 1910 census for Børsa (Børsen) clerical district include the parishes of Skaun, Geitastrand and Børsa and is available online at Digitalarkivet (Digital Archives) as well as at the Norwegian Historical Data Centre.


Court Records

Land Records

Farm Books

Probate Records

1700-1875: Probates may be found in Midt-Trøndelag judicial district.

1766-1810: Clerical probates may be found in Dalane Deanery.


 

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