Halland County, Sweden Genealogy

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=== '''History'''  ===
 
=== '''History'''  ===
  
Information about when the county was created. Geographical location and the neighboring counties in context to family history research.  
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Halland became part of Sweden with the treaty of Brömsebro in 1645. This was further reinforced with the treaty of Roskilde in 1658. The government administration was structured as a province (with a governor) until the Act of 1719 when Halland received a County administrative board and became a County in the full sense.  
  
 
Halland County belongs to [[Halland Province, Sweden|Halland Province]].  
 
Halland County belongs to [[Halland Province, Sweden|Halland Province]].  
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*Databases for Halland Research<br>  
 
*Databases for Halland Research<br>  
 
*Gazetteers  
 
*Gazetteers  
 
*[[Genealogical Societies in Halland, Sweden|Genealogical Societies]]
 
*[[Genealogical Societies in Halland, Sweden|Genealogical Societies]]
  
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*Maps  
 
*Maps  
 
*Halland Word List
 
*Halland Word List
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*Faurås härad  
 
*Faurås härad  
 
*Fjäre härad  
 
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*Himle härad
 
*Himle härad
  
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*Höks härad  
 
*Höks härad  
 
*Tönnersjö härad  
 
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Revision as of 15:43, 8 April 2013

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History

Halland became part of Sweden with the treaty of Brömsebro in 1645. This was further reinforced with the treaty of Roskilde in 1658. The government administration was structured as a province (with a governor) until the Act of 1719 when Halland received a County administrative board and became a County in the full sense.

Halland County belongs to Halland Province.

The county letter for Halland is: N


Tools

  • Maps
  • Halland Word List

Districts

  • Faurås härad
  • Fjäre härad
  • Halmstads härad
  • Himle härad
  • Höks härad
  • Tönnersjö härad
  • Viske härad
  • Årstads härad


Parishes




News
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