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Church Records

Microfilm at the Family History Library contain parish registers from the parishes Bagn (Sør-Aurdal), with Leirskogen chapel, Reinli, Begndal and Hedal in Sør-Aurdal clerical district. Included Bruflat parish until 1894 when it became part of the newly established Bruflat clerical district. Aurdal clerical district became Nord-Aurdal and Sør-Aurdal clerical districts in 1805. Records begin in 1807. For earlier records see Nord-Aurdal clerical district.

Also available as digital images from The National Archives of Norway.

Sør-Aurdal: 1807-1849, 1866-1872, 1866-1885

Sør-Aurdal / Bagn: 1849-1924

Sør-Aurdal / Begnadalen: 1862-1893

Sør-Aurdal / Begnadal: 1894-1921

Sør-Aurdal /Bruflat: 1866-1893

Sør-Aurdal / Hedal: 1849-1923

Sør-Aurdal / Reinli: 1849-1929

Census Records

Census Records

  • 1664-1666 Census Hadeland and Valdres fogderi Aurdal clerical district is online at Digitalarkivet as scanned images.
  • 1801 Census for Aurdal (Nord- and Sør-) clerical districts include Aurdal, Sør-Aurdal, Bagn, Reinli, Begndal, Bruflat, Nord- Aurdal, Svenes, Ulnes, Skrautvål, Strand, and Nordre Etnedal parishes. Microfilmed images are available at the Family History Library Film 122994 Item 3 and online as a database as 1801-telling for 0540 Ourdahl.
  • 1875 Census for Sør-Aurdal clerical district includesSør- Aurdal, Reinli, Bagn, Hedal, Bruflat and Begndal parishes. Microfilmed images are available at the Family History Library Films 273246-273249. There is also a Farm name index Film 273273.

Court Records

Genealogy

The Community Trees Project is an effort to gather, compile, and publish the genealogies of a given locality.  Localities can be anywhere in the world and can be of varying sizes.

The Community Trees for Sør-Aurdal Clerical District are posted on the Internet. This collection was created from lineage-linked genealogies taken from the 4 volumes of the bygdebok (farm books) for the clerical district, the 1865 and 1900 Norway Census data, and parish register data available from FamilySearch.  The database contains 50,980 individuals and 16,661 marriages with 90% of the database in one huge interconnected community tree. Other individuals and marriages are in other trees also in this database. 

Community Trees are available for other localities in Norway.  To view a list of available Community Trees, click here.

Land Records

Farm Books

Probate Records

1659-1857: Probates may be found in Hadeland, Land og Valdres judicial district.

1659-1903: Probates may be found in Valdres judicial district.


 

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