Ervalla parish, Sweden Genealogy

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Guide to Ervalla parish, Sweden ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.

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History

Ervalla parish dates back to the middle ages. The present (2012) church was completed in 1673. The building was renovated after a severe lightning strike in 1789. Other major work was done in 1900 and a few other times in the 1900s. A small village and a large manor house lie close to the church. 

Endowed with mostly level ground, agriculture has long driven the local economy including the manor, Ervalla. Tingstorp had an iron works in 1883. Two early railroad lines converged here as early as 1856 with Dylta station (later called Ervalla station) and Jerle station. The parish includes a small river and a lake, Väringen, and two school houses were build in the later 1800s.

Population in 1883 was 1748 and in 2005, only 179.  About 15 km north from Örebro city.
Ervalla
Jurisdictions
Stift -1961 Västerås, 1962- Strängnäs
Pastorat -1961 Näsby and Ervalla, 1962- Axberg, Hovsta, Kil and Ervalla
Län 1631-1638 Närke-Värmland, 1639-1653 Örebro, 1654-1778 Närke-Värmland, 1779- Örebro
Landskap Närke
Härad Fellingsbro
Tingslag -1898 Fellingsbro härad, 1899-1950 Lindes domsaga, 1951-1951 Lindes and Nora domsaga, 1952-1970 Östernärkes domsaga
Domsaga -1771 Norra Närke, 1772-1809 Örebro, Glanshammar and Fellingsbro, 1810-1854 Östernärke, 1855-1950 Linde, 1951-1951 Lindes and Nora, 1952-1970 Östernärke, 1971- Örebro
Fögderi 1720-1856 Östernärke, 1857-1946 Linde, 1946-1951 Nora, 1952- Örebro
Länsmansdistrikt -1917 Fellingsbro härad
Kronofogdedistrikt 1965- Örebro
Kommun 1863-1951 Ervalla, 1952-1970 Axberg, 1971- Örebro
Militär indelning Lif-Regementets Husar-Corps: Örebro Sqvadron, Fellingsbro Kompani, Vestmanlands Regemente: Kungsörs Kompani, -1791 Livregementet till Häst: Fellingsbro

kompani, -1893 Västmanlands Regemente: Kungsörs kompani, 1791-1796 Livregementsbrigadens Lätta-Dragon-Kår: Fellingsbro skvadron, 1796-1834 Livregements (Brigadens) Husarkår: Fellingsbro skvadron, 1834- Livregementetes Husarkår (Husarer):

Örebro skvadron, 1893- Livregementet till Fot:
FamilySearch I.D. 6373600
NAD Ref Code SE/ULA/10219



Place Names

Anderstorp, Avdala,
Backen, Baggetorp, Banvaktstuga, Basketorp, Basketorp (Lilla), Berg, Berget, Betlehem, Björkbacken, Björklund, Björktorp, Björntorp, Bredal, Bresund, Bäckfallet, Bäcktorp, Bästhult,
Canaan,
Elgtorpet, Eriksberg, Ervalla, Ervalla Gård, Ervalla Hammar,
Fallet, Fattighuset, Flåten, Fredriksberg, Fridhem, Frugård, Frugård (Lilla), Furunäs,
Geijerslund, Glömyra, Grindtorp, Gruvfallet,
Hagby, Halvbacken, Halvgruvan, Hammar, Hult, Hult (Södra), Husartorp, Hälltorp, Hästhagen,
Jeriko, Järle Station,
Kanan, Klockaregården, Klysna, Klysna (Norra), Klysna (Södra), Knattorp, Kohagen, Komministergården, Krogtorpet, Kvarntorp,
Lickstorp, Lilla Basketorp, Lilla Skogsberg, Lilla Åboda, Lixtorp, London, Lotharne, Lycke, Lysfalla, Lyttebäck, Lyttebäckstorp, Löt, Lötarne,
Mariedal, Marielund, Mellangården, Mogetorp, Myre, Myrshagen, Måsen,
Nordansjö, Norra Klysna, Norrberga, Norrängen, Nybygget, Nyland, Nytorp,
Paris, Petersberg, Puketorp,
Qvarntorp,
Ringholmen, Röstorp,
Sjöboda, Skansen, Skogsberg, Skogsberg (Lilla), Skräphagen, Sköndal, Smedstorp, Snickartorp, socknens Fattigrote, Soldattorp, Stenshagen, Storrasta, Storskogen, Stånggården, Sundtorp, Sveaborg, Södra Hult, Södra Klysna, Södra Klysnas, Södra Kohagen, Sörberga, Sörgården,
Tallhagen, Tingstorp, Tingstorps hammar, Tingstorps Kvarn, Tivanderstorp, Torpa, Tuppenhov,
Vassa, Västanberg, Västanmark, Västantorp,
Åboda, Åboda (Lilla), Åtorp,
Ängby,
Östanberg, Östansjö, Österrasta, Östra Fallet,

Sweden 1951 Place Names Register and the Swedish Parish Pages list in this Wiki will give you searchable lists of places, particularly parishes and the farms within those parishes.

  • Surrounding Parishes

Axberg, Kil, Näsby, Lillkyrka-Ödeby, Lindesberg, Nora (bergsförsamling)

Collections

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Church Records

Online Database Church Records

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Family History Library Records

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1735 Christening Example C:2 (1715 - 1792)
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1753 Marriage C:1 (1672 - 1757)

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1758 Death and Burial F:1 (1758-1792)

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References

Riksarkivet. "Ervalla Församling." Nationell ArkivDatabas (NAD). February 2011 http://www.nad.ra.se/

For brief area notes (in Swedish) see:  http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ervalla

Ervalla, Husförhörslängd 1836-1845, Ortregister