Denmark: Birth / Christening Records

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Finding the birth and or the christening date and location of your Danish ancestor is an important step in building the family story. Depending on the circumstances you will get the name of the individual’s father (or parents) with the parent’s place of residence at that time. The confirmation might indicate the parent’s social standing or occupation. You will find your ancestor’s birth or christening entry in the parish records of the [[Denmark: The Parish (Sogn)|parish]] where the birth or christening took place. <br>
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Finding the birth (and or the christening date) that states the location of your Danish ancestor is an important step in building the family story. Depending on the circumstances you will get the name of the individual’s father (or parents) with the parent’s place of residence at that time. The confirmation might indicate the parent’s social standing or occupation. You will find your ancestor’s birth or christening entry in the parish records of the [[Denmark: The Parish (Sogn)|parish]] where the birth or christening took place. <br>
  
 
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===Background===

Revision as of 22:14, 18 June 2008

Finding the birth (and or the christening date) that states the location of your Danish ancestor is an important step in building the family story. Depending on the circumstances you will get the name of the individual’s father (or parents) with the parent’s place of residence at that time. The confirmation might indicate the parent’s social standing or occupation. You will find your ancestor’s birth or christening entry in the parish records of the parish where the birth or christening took place.

Contents

Background

What will you typically find?

Confirmation Records Pre-1814

Confirmation Records 1814 – 1890

Confirmation Records 1890

Tips

References

See examples of Danish Birth / Christening Records at Denmark: Handwriting Examples


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