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This data base was produced by Sveriges Släktforskarförbund (Federation of Swedish Genealogical Societies) and contains information about all people who were registered in a Swedish parish at the end of the year 1890. It contains 4.8 million people. Information was obtained from the transcripts of the church household examination records, prepared by the parish vicar or clerk and sent to the SCB ¬(Statistiska Centralbyrån in Stockholm).

Individuals are grouped in families and households. Information about each person usually includes a name, year of birth, occupation or title, family status, place of residence and birth. Sometimes there are notes about health, legal status or other interesting facts.

[Note: This database is in the English language but there is another CD-ROM version in Swedish. The Swedish version is called “Sveriges Befolkning 1890”. It is CD-ROM no.1564 at the Family History Library.]


Availability

This CD-ROM may be purchased from the Federation of Swedish Genealogical Societies at their on-line bookshop called Bokhandel. See http://www.genealogi.se/roots/

This CD-ROM may be available at local Swedish-American research centers in various states.

The CD-ROM is available at the Family History Library but not at the Family History Centers. It is CD-Rom no. 2211 in the Family History Library Catalog.

To use at the Family History Library

  1. Go to Find Your Ancestors on any patron computer in the library.
  2. Click on Databases at the Family History Library.
  3. Go to CD-ROM 2211 and click on Swedish Census 1890.
  4. Click on CHECK OUT
  5. Read the notice. If you agree click on I ACCEPT.
  6. Click on HERE.
  7. Click on Allow.
  8. Click on Run.
  9. Click on Run.
  10. Click on OK.
  11. Click on OK.
  12. Click on OK.
  13. Click on OK.
  14. Double click on Swedens 1890.

To pull up the search form click on “search” in the lower left corner or “child search” if searching for a child.


 

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