Trinitatis Parish København, København, Denmark

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Trinitatis

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History

Until 1660, Trinitatis was a student parish for the University of Copenhagen. Since then, it became a regular parish and has undergone many changes throughout the years. The following is a timeline of events for the parish:

1687 - Part of Vor Frue parish was added to Trinitatis parish

1805 - Part of the disbanded Skt. Nikolaj parish was added

1858 - The parish was split into two parishes - Trinitatis Nordre and Trinitatis Søndre

1861 - Part of the parish was added to Skt. Johannes parish

1877 - The border between Trinitatis and Skt. Johannes were regulated. Also, the northern part of Trinitatis parish was seperated and added to Skt. Pauls parish

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Street Names

Adelgade, Ahlefeldtsgade, Aabenraa

Bag Volden, Borgergade, Brøndstræde

Dronningensgade, Dronningens Tværgade

Fiolstræde, Frederiksborg Gade

Gammel Mønt, Gothersgade, Gothersgade Mølle

Hausergade, Hauser Plads, Hjortelænge

Imod Østerporten

Kjøbmagergade, Klareboderne, Kronprinsensgade, Krystalgade, Krystalpassagen, Kultorvet

Landmærke, Lille Brøndstræde, Lille Kannikestræde, Lille Kjøbmagergade, Lille Regnegade, Linnesgade, Lønporten

Møntergade

Nørre Farimagsgade, Nørretorv, Nørrevold, Nørre Voldgade

Pilestræde, Pustervig

Rosenborggade, Rosengaarden, Rømersgade

Sankt Gjertruds Stræde, Sjæleboderne, Skindergade, Slippen, Springgade, Store Brøndstræde, Store Kannikestræde, Store Kjøbmagergade, Store Regnegade, Suhmsgade, Sværtegade

Timiansgade, Tornebuskegade

Vendersgade, Vognmagergade, Vognmandgade, Volden, Voldgade

Øster Farimagsgade, Øster Voldgade

Streets belonging to Trinitatis Nordre Parish

Balsamgade, Bryggerlænge

Gothersgade, Grønlandsgade

Helsingørsgade, Hindegade, Hjortestræde, Hoppenslænge

Kaninlænge, Klerkegade, Kokkegade, Kronprinsessegade, Krusemøntegade

Meriansgade

Ny Kongensgade, Nørrevold, Nørre Voldgade

Prinsensgade

Rigensgade, Rosengade

Stenkulsgade, Stokhusgade, Store Kongensgade, Sølvgade

Østervold

To see what kind of place it is you will need a Danish Gazetteer.

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Birth, Marriage, and Death Online Records

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Family History Library Records

Click Denmark, København Records for a full listing of records at the Family History Library, that may be viewed on loan at a Family History Center near you. Click on "Places within Denmark, København" and then select your parish.

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