Norway Matrikkel

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'''A Matrikkel''' is a public index to Grunneiendommer (Basic Properties) in Norway.  In rural Norway it is a record or a list of farm properties.  The Farms are usually listed in topographic order and include a Gårds nummer (Farm number) and Bruksnummer (Division number).  These indexes include  
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[[Norway|'''''Norway''''']] Matrikkel '''A Matrikkel''' is a public record, index to Land areas or real estate (Grunneiendommer) in Norway. In rural Norway it is a record or a list of farm properties. The farms are usually listed in topographic order and include a&amp; farm number (gårdsnummer), and Division number (bruksnummer). These indexes include:<br>*The name of the farm and the land that belonged to each farm, name of owner or farmer, the value of the property<br>*A Mortgage bond (Panteobligasjon), and increase in value of the property<br>*A set value in inheritance cases<br>*A set public tax, based on the value of the property In Norway the properties are divided by communities (kommunevis) with a number of farms and subfarms in each "kommune". Each farm has a farm number (Gårdsnummer [gnr.]); and each subfarm (bruk [bnr.]) a subfarm number. The farm numbers are unique within each "kommune" while subfarm numbers (bruksnumrene) start over again for each farm. A Matrikkel can also include a lease number (festenummer [fnr.]) used in sub communities and a section number (seksjonsnummer) (snr.). To make sure there is only one number for each property in all of Norway, a community number (kommunenummer) is listed in front of the matrikkel number. For Example: ''Farm number 200, subfarm number 243, section number 14 in Grimstad community, which is community number 0904''. When new land was given a marikkel number it is called '''matrukulering, '''and this will be recorded in the land record book (grunnboksbladet) by the land surveyors for the land courts. Some land records/property records (Jordebøker) for Norway were in existence from as early as the 1100s. More properties were listed from the 1400-1500s, especially 1590 to about 1660 but they do not include all the privately own property. Rules on how these records should be kept varied from time to time. Below you will see an index of some of the '''terms used in the 1723 matrikkel '''and which parishes was included in each jurisdiction. As the population grew these jurisdictions changed. As a result a parish could be in a different jurisdiction in a later matrikkel. <br> [[Image:Matrikkel+Juristictions.pdf]]<br> <br> <br> '''Following are links to matrikkels in Norway:'''
  
*The&nbsp;name of the farm and the land that belonged to each farm, the value of the property
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[http://digitalarkivet.no/cgi-win/WebMeta.exe?slag=vismeny&fylkenr=&knr=&aar=&dagens=&katnr=15Matriklar og jordebøker]
*A Panteobligasjon (Mortgage bond), and increase in value of the property&nbsp;
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*A set&nbsp;value in inherritance cases
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*A set public tax, based on the value of the property
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In Norway the properties are divided kommunevis (by communities) with a munber og farmes and subfarms in each "kommune".&nbsp; Each farm has a ''Gårdsnummer (gnr.) ''farm number; and each ''bruk (bnr.)&nbsp;''sub farm a&nbsp;subfarm number.&nbsp; The farm numbers are unique within each "kommune" while ''bruksnumrene'' (subfarm numbers) starts over again for each farm.&nbsp; A ''Matrikkel ''can also include a ''festenummer (fnr.)'' used in sub communities and a&nbsp;''seksjonsnummer (snr.) ''section number.  
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[http://www.arkivverket.no/arkivverket/Digitalarkivet/Hjelp/Om-kjeldene/Matrikkelen-1838 Matrikkelen 1838]
  
To make sure there is only one number for each&nbsp;property in all of Norway, a ''kommunenummer ''(community number) is listed infront of the ''matrikkel ''number.&nbsp; For Example:&nbsp;&nbsp;''Farm&nbsp;number&nbsp;200 subfarm number 243, section number 14 in Grimstad community in&nbsp;community number 0904)''<br>  
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[http://arkivverket.no/arkivverket/Digitalarkivet/Hjelp/Om-kjeldene/Matrikkelforarbeidet-1723 Matrikkelforarbeidet 1723<br>]
  
When new land was given a marikkel number it is called '''matrukulering, '''and this will be recorded in the '''grunnboksbladet''' (land record book) by the land surveyers for the land courts.
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The&nbsp;land records/property records (Jordebøker) for Norway were in excistance some&nbsp;from&nbsp;as early as&nbsp;the 1100s.&nbsp;&nbsp;More from the 1400-1500s especially 1590 to about 1660 but they do not include&nbsp;all the privatly own propery.&nbsp; Rules&nbsp;on how these records should&nbsp;be kept varied from time to time.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Below you will see an index of some of the '''terms used in the 1723 matrikkel '''and which parishes was included in each jurisdiction.&nbsp; As the population grew these jurisdiction changed,&nbsp; and what parishes they included.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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<br> Following are links to matrikkels available online.
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*[https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/show?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fcatalog-search-api%3A8080%2Fwww-catalogapi-webservice%2Fitem%2F584364 Matrikkelutkastet 1723&nbsp;] (Available on microfilm at the Family History Library)
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*[http://arkivverket.no/arkivverket/Digitalarkivet/Hjelp/Om-kjeldene/Matrikkelforarbeidet-1723 Matrikkelarbeidet 1723] (Available in a searchable database at Digital Archives)
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*[http://www.arkivverket.no/arkivverket/Digitalarkivet/Hjelp/Om-kjeldene/Matrikkelen-1838 Matrikkelen 1838]
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Norway Matrikkel A Matrikkel is a public record, index to Land areas or real estate (Grunneiendommer) in Norway. In rural Norway it is a record or a list of farm properties. The farms are usually listed in topographic order and include a& farm number (gårdsnummer), and Division number (bruksnummer). These indexes include:
*The name of the farm and the land that belonged to each farm, name of owner or farmer, the value of the property
*A Mortgage bond (Panteobligasjon), and increase in value of the property
*A set value in inheritance cases
*A set public tax, based on the value of the property In Norway the properties are divided by communities (kommunevis) with a number of farms and subfarms in each "kommune". Each farm has a farm number (Gårdsnummer [gnr.]); and each subfarm (bruk [bnr.]) a subfarm number. The farm numbers are unique within each "kommune" while subfarm numbers (bruksnumrene) start over again for each farm. A Matrikkel can also include a lease number (festenummer [fnr.]) used in sub communities and a section number (seksjonsnummer) (snr.). To make sure there is only one number for each property in all of Norway, a community number (kommunenummer) is listed in front of the matrikkel number. For Example: Farm number 200, subfarm number 243, section number 14 in Grimstad community, which is community number 0904. When new land was given a marikkel number it is called matrukulering, and this will be recorded in the land record book (grunnboksbladet) by the land surveyors for the land courts. Some land records/property records (Jordebøker) for Norway were in existence from as early as the 1100s. More properties were listed from the 1400-1500s, especially 1590 to about 1660 but they do not include all the privately own property. Rules on how these records should be kept varied from time to time. Below you will see an index of some of the terms used in the 1723 matrikkel and which parishes was included in each jurisdiction. As the population grew these jurisdictions changed. As a result a parish could be in a different jurisdiction in a later matrikkel.
File:Matrikkel+Juristictions.pdf


Following are links to matrikkels in Norway:

og jordebøker

Matrikkelen 1838

Matrikkelforarbeidet 1723