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Patron Request for Clarification

"Could you please help me to find the FamilySearch Wiki ariticles that are refered to with these instructions? This reference is found specifically in the Sankt Pauli, Malmo Sweden clerical survey records, but many of the clerical survey records from Malmo have this same instruction. I have tried everything that I can think of to find these--with no avail.

36, 1883-1887. See FamilySearch Wiki article for details about this volume. Thank you for your help. Merilee" SalesForce Case #00896498 Parrisl 19:54, 27 November 2014 (UTC)

The Parish in question was organized in 1884 and broke out from Malmö Karoli. ArkivDigital has a nice explanation on www.arkivdigital.net/sources/2317. One could also go to Demographic Database of Southern Sweden (DDSS) to do research. It is free. Hoping this is helpful and the answer to the question. Parrisl 16:55, 26 March 2015 (UTC)

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