Sweden Civil Registration

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Civil registration refers to vital records made by the government. Beginning in 1860, all birth, marriage, and death information was sent to the Central Bureau of Statistics. See “Church Records Extracts” in the "[[Sweden Church Records|Church Records]]" section of this outline.
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''[[Sweden|Sweden]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Sweden Civil Registration|Civil Registration]]''
  
For Birth Records [[Swedish Birth Records|click here]]
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Civil registration refers to vital records made by the government.
  
For Burial and Death Records [[Swedish Burial and Death Records|click here]]
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Beginning in 1860, the government required church ministers annually to copy the birth, marriage, and death information in their parish registers onto special forms and send them to the Statistiska Centralbyrån (SCB or Central Bureau of Statistics).
  
For Clerical Surveys or Husforhorslangd [[Swedish Clerical Surveys or Husforhorslangd|click here]]
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There are number of ways to locate these extracts.
  
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Civil authorities in Sweden did not begin registering their own, original vital statistics until 1950. And in 1991 the responsibility for keeping vital records was transferred to local tax offices (lokala skattemyndigheten).
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Revision as of 00:04, 1 December 2012

Sweden Gotoarrow.png Civil Registration

Civil registration refers to vital records made by the government.

Beginning in 1860, the government required church ministers annually to copy the birth, marriage, and death information in their parish registers onto special forms and send them to the Statistiska Centralbyrån (SCB or Central Bureau of Statistics).

There are number of ways to locate these extracts.

Civil authorities in Sweden did not begin registering their own, original vital statistics until 1950. And in 1991 the responsibility for keeping vital records was transferred to local tax offices (lokala skattemyndigheten).