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See Kvernes clerical district.
- Fogd og sorenskrivers manntall 1664-1666. The 1664-1666 census for Bremsnes clerical district was taken by the local civil authorities include the parishes of Bremsnes, Kristiansund, Bornstad, Eide, Grip, and Kvernes and is available on microfilm at the Family History Library. Nordmøre deanery is available on line at Dig
- Sogneprestens manntall 1664-1666. The 1664-1666 forBremsnes clerical district was taken by the local parish priest and include the parishes of Bremsnes, Kvernes, Kornstad, and Grip; an is available on microfilm at the Family History Library. Nordmøre prosti is available online at Digital Archives and part 2 at Digital Archives.
- Folketellingen den 1ste februar 1801, Norge. The 1801 census for Kvernes clerical district include the parishes of Kvernes, Bremsens, Kornstad, Eide, Grip, Gjemnes and is available on microfilm at the Family History Library. Also avaialble online at Digital Archives.
- The 1801, 1818-1819, 1825, 1835, 1845, 1855 and 1865 censuses for Tingvoll clerical district which at this time included these parishes: Tingvoll, Straumsnes, Øre, Halsa, Frei, Kvernes, Bremsnes,Kornstad, Eide, Stangvik, Gjemnes and most of Nesset parish. Some parishes gives statistical information only; while others list the farm name, persons name, age, position in the family, and occupation. Available on microfilm at the Family History Library
1668-1877: Probates are found in Nordmøre judicial district.
1697-1812: Clerical probates are found in Nordmøre Deanery
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