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Contains priest and sexton records for Borgund clerical district which includes the following parishes: Borgund with Havnsund chapel and Giske. It also included Haram parish to 1702 when it became part of Haram clerical district; Skodje and Vatne until 1858 when they became Skodje clerical distict; and Ålesund until 1858 when it became its own district.
The Family History Library has microfilm copies of the church books, 1698-1927.
Digital images are online at Digitalarkivet:
Fogd og sorenskrivers manntall 1664-1666. The 1664-1666 census for Borgund clerical district include Borgund, Skodje, Hjørundfjord, Vatne and Grytten and is available on microfilm at the Family Historyc Library.
Sogneprestens manntall 1664-1666. The parish priest's 1664-1666 census for Borgund clerical district include Skodje, Vatne, Haram, Vigra, and Borgund and is avaialble on microfilm at the Family History Library.
Manntall 1701 : optatt av fogd, sorenskriver og sogneprest ifølge kongebrev av den 26de juli 1701. The 1701 census for Borgund clerical district include Brogund, Vatne, and Grytten and is available on microfilm at the Family History Library.
Folketellingen den 1ste februar 1801, Norge. The 1801 census for Borgund clerical district include
Borgund, Skodje, Giske, Ålesund, and Vatneø andis available on microfilm at the Family History Library. Also available online at Digitalarkivet (Digital archives).
Folketellingen 1845 og 1855 for Borgund prestegjeld (Møre og Romsdal). The 1845 and 1855 censuses of Borgund clerical district include these parishes: Borgund, Giske, Skodje and Vatne. They list the farm name persons name and statistics. Available on microfilm at the Family History Library
1689-1801: Probates are found in Sunnmøre judicial district.
1791-1852: Probates are found in Nordre Sunnmøre judicial district.
1707-1807: Clerical probates are found in Sunnmøre Deanery