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== Sources of Information for This Collection ==
== Sources of Information for This Collection ==
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Revision as of 15:35, 2 August 2011
|This article describes a collection of historical records available at FamilySearch.org.|
Access the records: Sweden Uppsala Lutheran Church Records, 1613-1860 .
- 1 Foreign Language Title
- 2 Collection Time Period
- 3 Collection Description
- 4 Coverage Table
- 5 How to Use the Collection
- 6 Collection History
- 7 Related Web Sites
- 8 Related Wiki Articles
- 9 Citing FamilySearch Historical Collections
- 10 Sources of Information for This Collection
Foreign Language Title
Sverige Uppsala Lutherske Kyrkoböcker Register
Collection Time Period
This collection includes the years 1613 through 1816.
This collection includes a small portion of the baptisms, marriages, and burials along with an index from the county of Södermanland.The following parishes are included at this time:
The records are handwritten in narrative style.
The key genealogical facts found in most Lutheran birth or christening or birth (Födde) records are:
- Child’s name
- Christening date
- Sometimes the birth date
- Parents’ names
- Parents’ marital status
- Parents’ residence
- Fathers’ occupation
- Sometimes the mother’s age
- Witnesses and their residences
The key genealogical facts found in most Lutheran marriage (Vigde) records are:
- Groom’s name
- Depending on the time period, the groom’s marital status, residence, and age
- Bride’s name
- Depending on the time period, the bride’s marital status, residence, and age
- Witnesses and their residences
The key genealogical facts found in most Lutheran death or burial (Döde) records are:
- Name of the deceased
- Death date
- Burial date
- Marital status and sometimes the spouse’s name
- Sometimes other biographical notes
The key genealogical facts found in most Lutheran moving records (Inflyttnings and Utflyttnings) are:
- Name of person moving
- Former residence
- New residence
- Current residence
- Sometimes marital status
The key genealogical facts found in most Lutheran clerical survey (Husförhörslängd) records are:
- Name of each member of the household
- Birth dates
- Deaths within the year
- Marriages within the year
- Moves within the year (including where they moved to or from)
- Marital status
These collections are a partial index of records for the localities listed below as of August 2010. The table below shows the number of records by locality. Localities not listed do not have any records in this collection.
|Uppsala län, 1613-1816||Födde||Vigde||Döde|
How to Use the Collection
Begin your search with an ancestor who has a known birth, marriage, or death date and place. It may be necessary to go to a more recent generation to begin your search. Follow these steps:
1. Search the parish register of that place for an entry of this ancestor’s baptism, marriage, or death. This will verify the information you have.
- When you locate the baptism, marriage, or death record for your ancestor in the parish register carefully compare the information in the entry to what you already know about your ancestor to determine if this is the correct person.
- Make a record of all the information given in the entry. This entry may give you enough additional information to create a family record if you do not already have one.
- Tip: The witnesses or sponsors are often relatives.
- Tip: You may need to compare the information of more than one person to make this determination.
2. Look in the entry for the residence where your ancestor is living. It may be the name of a farm, the number on a farm or the number or small jurisdiction within a city.
- Tip: Farms are named in Scandinavia. If the farm is large enough it will be divided into numbered sections. Cities are also divided into similar numbered sections. One clue to finding the residence is to look for an “i.” In Swedish this is the word “in.” What the entry is telling you is the person or persons named are living in the following place.
3. Locate this farm or numbered section on the clerical survey (Husförhörslängd) of the same parish for the same year as your ancestor’s christening, marriage, or death.
- Tip: In Sweden, the ministers were required to keep a yearly census of their parish. This is called the Husförhörslängd or clerical survey.
4. Search the clerical survey for your ancestor’s family. Sometimes the families are in alphabetical order, but usually you will need to read each family entry.
- When you locate your family, make a record of all the information given in the entry.
- Tip: These entries usually include many biographical details of each individual within the family.
5. Using the information found in the clerical survey entry, continue to search each succeeding or preceding year. Update your family group records with the new information you have found.
6. When you have completed searching the clerical surveys, return to the parish register and verify the new information in the parish register. You may need to search additional parish registers as your ancestors may have moved in from (infra) or moved to (utfra) another parish.
The Lutheran Church was the official church in Sweden and the ministers recorded all vital events. The ministers also compiled a yearly census of each family within the parish arranged by farm or dwelling. After 1860, the ministers were required to send a yearly summary of all vital events to the government. Almost all of the population is covered in these records.
Why This Collection Was Created
Church records provided a complete record of vital events for the population.
Lutheran church records are very accurate.
Related Web Sites
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Related Wiki Articles
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Citing FamilySearch Historical Collections
When you copy information from the record, you should also list where you found the information. This will help you or others to find th record again. It is also good to keep track of records where you do not find information, including the names of the people you looked for in the records.
A suggested format for keeping track of records that you have searched in found in the Wiki Article: How to Create Source Citations For FamilySearch Historical Records Collections
Examples of Source Citations for a Record in This Collection;
"Sweden, Uppsala Church Records, 1613-1860." index and images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org): accessed 7 April 2011. entry for Anders Petter Svensson. baptized 18 July 1839; citing Church Records, FHL microfilm 201,958; National Archives of Sweden, Riksarkivet, Sweden.
Sources of Information for This Collection
"Sweden, Uppsala. Lutheran Church Records, 1613-1860," index, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org; from National Archives of Sweden, Riksarkivet SVAR. FHL microfilm, 16 reels. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.