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Kirkebøker, 1778-1916

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Norwegian
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmet av the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1949, 1959, 1980, 1986, 1992
på 7 mikrofilmspoler ; 35 mm.

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To search the digitized parish registers, click here http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:kb_read. (viewed 28 January 2010)

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

Mikrofilm av mss. i statsarkivene i Bergen og Stavanger.

Filmet sammen med Sand prestegjeld.

Inneholder preste- og klokkerbøker for sognene Suldal, Sauda og Røldal i Suldal prestegjeld. I 1858 ble Sauda sogn ført over til Sand preste- gjeld, og i 1885 ble Røldal skilt fra Suldal prestegjeld som Røldal sogn i det nye Røldal prestegjeld. Omfatter også Nesflaten kapell som har egen klokkerbok fra 1900.

Contains priest and sexton records from Suldal, Sauda and Røldal parishes in Suldal clerical district. Sauda parish was moved to Sand clerical district in 1858, and Røldal parish was made a parish in the newly established Røldal clerical district in 1885. Also include records for Nesflaten chapel, which has kept its own records (klokkerbok) from 1900.

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