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Usually the military levy districts called lægd (-er) match the parish organization within each county. With the changes to the military obligation law of March 6, 1869, there were 6 registration districts (Kreds) created instead of using the county structure. After reunification in 1920 a 7th district (Sønder Jylland) was established.

From 1870 on, the lægds were organized sequentially within each Udskrivningskreds. The county of Haderslev was assigned to use Udsrkivningskreds number 3 or 4.


Parish

(Lægd Name)

Udskrivnings-

kreds

Lægd

No.

Notes

Bastrup 4 77
Bjært 3 225
Brænøre 3 221
Dalby 3 224
Farup 4 4
Heils 3 227
Hjortlund 4 2
Kalslund 4 3
Seem 4 6
Stenderup 3 226
Taps 3 221
Vester Vedsted 4 8
Vilslev 4 9
Vonsild 3 or 4 223, 82
Veistrup 3 228
Ødis 3 222

References

Justitsministeriet, Cirkulær-Bestemmelser vedkommende Udskrivningsvæsenet 6870 Nr.5, København 6870


 

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