Swedish Militär indelning

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Describe what Swedish Militär indelning is, including historical context here. <br>  
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The term "Swedish Militär indelning" is being used as a heading in the infoboxes found on the Swedish Parish Pages of the FamilySearch Wiki. Since the time of Gustaf Vasa, every parish in Sweden had to provide a given number of soldiers or sailors to the military. The Militär indeling sections are intended to show the military obligations of a parish in a historical context. For example, the soldiers from the parish of Gislöv were sent to serve in the Skånska Dragon-Regementet, Haglösa Sqvadron or the Södra Skånes Regemente, Skytts Kompani. <br>  
  
 
=== Tips  ===
 
=== Tips  ===
  
Share how Swedish Militär indelning applies to Swedish research here. <br>  
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*Knowing which companies, or regiments that a parish supplied men for will help you follow your ancestors (who were soldiers) in the Swedish military records. <br>  
  
 
== References  ==
 
== References  ==
  
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Revision as of 18:02, 7 January 2011

Back to Sweden Portal Page

The term "Swedish Militär indelning" is being used as a heading in the infoboxes found on the Swedish Parish Pages of the FamilySearch Wiki. Since the time of Gustaf Vasa, every parish in Sweden had to provide a given number of soldiers or sailors to the military. The Militär indeling sections are intended to show the military obligations of a parish in a historical context. For example, the soldiers from the parish of Gislöv were sent to serve in the Skånska Dragon-Regementet, Haglösa Sqvadron or the Södra Skånes Regemente, Skytts Kompani.

Tips

  • Knowing which companies, or regiments that a parish supplied men for will help you follow your ancestors (who were soldiers) in the Swedish military records.

References