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Church Records

Church records for Davik clerical district contain the parish registers from the parishes Davik, Rugsundand Ålfoten. They were separated from Eid clerical district in 1740.

Microfilm at the Family History Library contain the records, 1710-1929.


Digital images are online at Digitalarkivet.

Davik: 1710-1881

Davik / Davik: 1866-1911

Davik / Midtgulen: 1903-1928

Davik / Rugsund: 1866-1930

Davik / Ålfoten: 1866-1919

Census Records


  • Tax-list (Manntall) 1701 : Aalfod, Davig & Rugsund parishes.  The 1701 tax-list include the parishes of Ålfoten, Davik and Rugsund.  This census include male member only is available at the Family History Library in book form. 


  • Folketelling 1 Feb 1801, Norge.  The1801 census for Davik clerical district include the parishes of Davik, Rugsund and Ålfoten.  It is available on microfilm at the Family History Library as well as online at Digitalarkivet (Digital Archives).


  • Folketælling 31 December 1865.  The 1865 census forDavik clerical district include the parishes of Davik, Rugsund and Ålfoten.  This census is available on microfilm at the Family Hitory Library; as well as online at Digitalarkivet (Digital Archives) and at the Norwegian Historical Data Centre.


  • Folketælling for kongeriget Norge den 31te December 1875.  The 1875 census for Davik clerical district include the parishes of Davik, Rugsund and Ålfoten.  This census is available on microfilm at the FamilyHistory Library.



Court Records

Land Records

Farm Books

Probate Records

1677-1881: Probates may be found in Sunnfjord judicial district.

1794-1846: Clerical probates may be found in Sunnfjord Deanery.


 

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