Danish Military Levying Rolls: Removals and ExemptionsEdit This Page

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When a person was removed from the roll, it was noted in the roll where the conscripts was last recorded. Some rolls are called exit rolls, but there are no self-rolls for this purpose. A person typically is removed from the roll when he reaches the end of his military obligation, moved, was condemned, was exempted for other reasons or died.

Deletion from the rolls is typically marked by deletions or a stamp such as "deleted" or "resigned".


Statens Arkiver. Lægdsruller. Denmark: Landsarkivet for Sjælland Lolland-Falster & Bornholm, 2008


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