Swedish Nationell ArkivDatabas (NAD) Reference Code

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The database called Nationell ArkivDatabas (or NAD) was created by the National Archives of Sweden. It is a online database that can be accessed and searched for free by the public at: [http://www.nad.riksarkivet.se/ Nationell ArkivDatabas]. The database is essentially a catalog of the National and Regional Archive collections. As such, every parish has a unique digital identification code (Referenskod) assigned to it. The code identifies where the original record is stored. For example: Malungs kyrkoarkiv has the Referenskod SE/ULA/11213 which can be broken down as: SE (the International Code for Sweden), ULA (the Uppsala Landsarkiv), 11213 (identification number for this church record collection.
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The database called Nationell ArkivDatabas (or NAD) was created by the National Archives of Sweden. It is a online database that can be accessed and searched for free by the public at: [http://www.nad.riksarkivet.se/ Nationell ArkivDatabas]. The database is essentially a catalog of the National and Regional Archive collections. As such, every parish has a unique digital identification code (Referenskod) assigned to it.  
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The code identifies where the original record is stored.  
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For example: Malungs kyrkoarkiv has the Referenskod SE/ULA/11213  
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The i.d. code can be broken down as:  
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SE (the International Code for Sweden)
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ULA (the Uppsala Landsarkiv)
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11213 (identification number for this church record collection)
  
 
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The database called Nationell ArkivDatabas (or NAD) was created by the National Archives of Sweden. It is a online database that can be accessed and searched for free by the public at: Nationell ArkivDatabas. The database is essentially a catalog of the National and Regional Archive collections. As such, every parish has a unique digital identification code (Referenskod) assigned to it.

The code identifies where the original record is stored.

For example: Malungs kyrkoarkiv has the Referenskod SE/ULA/11213

The i.d. code can be broken down as:

SE (the International Code for Sweden)

ULA (the Uppsala Landsarkiv)

11213 (identification number for this church record collection)