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Church Records

Microfilm of parish registers available at the Family History Library for Engerdal clerical district). Contains parish registers for the parishes Engerdal and Drevsjø (Drivsjøhytte). They were separated from [[Rendalen, Norway|Rendalen (Rendal)] clerical district in 1911. See also Rendal clerical district. See Trysil clerical district for part of the year 1873. Records available from 1848-1898.

Digitized images of parish registers available online at Digitalarkivet (Digital Archives).

Engerdal: 1881-1898, 1911-1947

See also Rendal

Census Records

See Rendal

Court Records

Land Records

Farm Books

Farm Names

Alstad, Badet, Badstua, Bakkebo, Bakkely, Bakken, Bakketun, Bekk, Bekkestu, Bekkevold, Berg, Bergli, Berglund, Bjørklund, Bjørli, Bjørkly, Bjørnstad, Blakkneset, Brenn, Brenna, Brenneng, Brenden, Brennjota, Brohaug, Brustad, Brotun, Bryn, Buviken, Båtstø, Dalset, Dammen, Edvang, Egga, Eggen, Elgå, Elgådal, Elvdal, Elvestad, Elvli, Elvly, Elvsetra, Eng, Engehaug, Engerstua, Fallet, Femundsundet, Femundshytten, Femundsvoll, Fjellheimen, Fjellvang, Flaten, Flathagen, Foss, Fosshaug, Fossheim, Framnes, Fredheim, Frydenlund, Fugla, Furulund, Furutorp, Galtengrenda, Galten, Galtsjøen, Gammeljordet, Gjerdinga, Gløtvold, Gløtvorda, Granberget, Granberggrenda, Graneng, Graner, Granli, Granrud, Granum, Hallstensvika, Hauge, Haugen, Haugerud, Haugland, Haugli, Haugtun, Heimli, Heimnær, Helle, Helling, Hemstad, Hodals plass, Hogsetvollen, Husfloberget, Husfloen, Husflosetra, Hovde, Hytteskrivergarden, Høgli, Høgsyn, Høiberget, Høynær, Jensvoll, Jonasgård, Jonasvollen, Jonsgård, Kjella, Kilden, Kjerran, Knausen, Kolstad, Langen, Langfloen, Langsjøen, Lia, Lidskjalv, Lie, Lillestranda, Lillevoll, Liskjælv, Litjo-hagen, Lunde, Lundestad, Lyngen, Lyngmo, Lyngstad, Lyngås, Magnor, Mellem-Mo, Mellum, Midthaug, Midttun, Midtøya, Mo, Moan, Moen, Muggen, Myran, Myhre, Myrheim, Myrstad, Myrvang, Ness, Nord'i Nesset, Nordgård, Nordhagen, Nordheim, Nordi, Nordisetra, Nordre Nesset, Nordsveen, Nordviken, Nordøya, Nybak, Nygar'n, Nygård, Nyheim, Nyhus, Nymogrenda, Nymoen, Nylund, Nysste, Nysted, Næsheim, Nålodden, Omang, Omangsbakken, Oppstu, Pers, Petters, Plassen, Prestgården, Rydland, Ryen, Ryvang, Rønningen, Røsta, Røstvollen, Sagtun, Sandvika, Semmings, Seteren, Setervang, Skarpsno, Skau, Skogheim, Skoglund, Skogstad, Skogtun, Skogvokterbolig, Skolestad, Sletmoen, Smedstad, Smestua, Småsjøvollen, Smith seter, Snertengrenda, Snerten, Snertmoen, Solbakken, Solhaug, Solheim, Solstad, Soltun, Solvang, Steine, Storbekken, Strand, Svukuriset, Sylen, Sylset, Sæter, Sømådal, Sømåen, Sømåhaugen, Sømåkroken,  Sømålien, Sømåjoten, Sørli, Sørum, Tangly, Trøan, Ulvågrenda, Unnsgård, Valdalen, Vesterheim, Veund, Vollan, Volleng, Østli, Øverli, Ås, Åsen, Åsgård, Åsly 

Probate Records

1675-1744: Records are found in Solør og Østerdal judicial district.

1772-1823: Records are found in Østerdal judicial district.

1823-1846: Records are found in Nord-Østerdal judicial district.

1696-1779: Clerical probate records are found in Hedemarken og Østerdalen Deanery.

1761-1832: Clerical probate records are found in Østerdalen Deanery.



 

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