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Klepp gards- og ættesoga gjenom 400 år 1519-1900

Erling Brunes ; medarbeidarar Andreas Øvregård ... [et al.]
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Norwegian
Stavanger, Norway : Klepp kommune, 1963
340 s. : ill., fak., portr. ; 31 cm.

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This community tree is the result of merging the extracted data from the bygdebok (local or community history) for the Klepp clerical district. Klepp is in the Dalane region and consists of 3 parishes: Klepp, Bore, and Orre. No additions or corrections are accepted for this community tree. If you see information that you believe is incorrect or incomplete, the information can be corrected or updated in Family Tree.

A genealogy of the people and the farms they lived on in Klepp in Rogaland county with some history of the area.

Klepp gards- og ættesoge : personregister / utarbeidet av Jørg Eirik Waula

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