Gimsing Parish, Ringkøbing, Denmark Genealogy
Gimsing Church is in Gimsing on the southern outskirts of Struer. The church was built in the period 1157-1241. Gimsing Church records date back to 1689 in Denmark. A so-called coal Church, i.e. a church without a tower, built in granitkvadersten. Church's baptismal font is made of Norwegian steatite in the form of a four-leaf clover and is the oldest inventory. The bell dates from the 1200s. Altar Panel, altarpiece, pulpit, gallary and the oldest benches from about 1600. The nave is a model of the bark Thyra from 1869. The organ was built in 1968 by TH. Frobenius and sons Orgelbyggeri A / S. It is important for record searching to note neighboring Struer Church began construction in 1891 and the Gimsing Sogn and Parish boundaries were divided Gimsing/Struer. Struer Church record keeping begins in 1894.
Dalbygaard, Dalbymark, Gimsing, Gimsing Kirke, Hillersborg, Hundsballe, Keldsmark, Kvistrup, Movstgaarde, Nørgaard, Nørskovhus, Trudsø, Vestergaard, Vester Ringkøbing,
Søndergaard, Ørumgaard, Østerby
To see what kind of place it is you will need a Danish Gazetteer.
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-Krabsen & Medici. "Krabsens Stednavnebase."
-Trap, J. P., ed. Kongeriget Danmark, 4te ed. Vol.8, Ringkøbing Amt,
København: G. E. C. Gads Forlag, 1928