Norway Census, 1875 (FamilySearch Historical Records)
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== How to Use the Records ==
== How to Use the Records ==
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Foreign Language Title
Folketellingen for kongeriget Norge den 31te desember 1875
Collection Time Period
This census was taken on December 31, 1875.
The census is handwritten on printed forms. It is arranged by county, clerical district, farm number, and residence. The original records are preserved in the regional archives throughout Norway. The records have all been microfilmed.
The census includes the following information:
- Full name
- Role in the household
- Marital status
- Year of birth
- Place of birth
- Crops and animals (if the residence is a farm)
How to Use the Records
The 1875 census is a good source to quickly identify a family group since it lists who is in the household and how they are related. Use the place of residence, birthplace, and date of each person to search for other types of records, such as church records.
The 1875 census was conducted beginning December 31, 1875, and all the information recorded should pertain to that date even though some information was gathered at a later date. This census includes 99% of the population.
Why this Record was Created
The Norwegian government created the census primarily as a source of statistical information on Norway’s population.
The 1875 census is fairly reliable, depending on the knowledge of the informant and the care of the census enumerator. Information may have been given to a census taker by any member of the family or by a neighbor. As a result, some information may have been incorrect.
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Examples of Source Citations for a Record in This Collection:
"Norway Census, 1875." index and images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org): accessed 31 March 2011. entry for Anders Helgesen, age 78; citing Census Records, farm number 154a; National Archives of Norway, Norway.
Sources of Information for This Collection
"Norway 1875 Census," index, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org); from National Archives of Norway. Norway 1875 Census. National Archives of Norway. FHL microfilm, 469 reels. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah