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This is a sandbox area. It is a '''experimentation area''' and often contains '''disposable content'''. It's a place to practice editing.  
 
This is a sandbox area. It is a '''experimentation area''' and often contains '''disposable content'''. It's a place to practice editing.  
  
Title: '''Orphanages in Sweden'''
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Case Study of Carolina Aspling and the Allmänna Barnhus
  
Due to life’s circumstances, there have always been children who needed to be provided for when their parent (-s) could not. In medieval Sweden the monasteries, abbeys, and sanctuaries provided assisted for this need. After the reformation, the church in rural areas and civil orphanages in the cities took this role. If you have an ancestor that was an orphan, finding their biological parents can be difficult. This article will help you understand how the orphanages came about, how they changed through the years, and introduce you to the records they left behind.
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Swedish society addressed these needs differently in the cities than in rural areas. In rural areas, the local parish was the first place to turn for assistance. Generally the local rural parishes had a meager budget to meet their social needs. Parishes in the cities had larger budgets but the social demands were also much greater. City authorities were concerned for these social problems and their consequences. In 1624 King Gustaf II Adolf presented a plan to require an orphanage in every Swedish province and city. One example of this is the Stora Barnhus in Stockholm that was founded in 1633. This was the beginning of many orphanages in Sweden. <br>
 
 
 
=== Related Pages  ===
 
 
 
*[[Researching an Orphan in Sweden|Researching an Orphan in Sweden]]
 
 
 
*[[Barnhem in Sweden|Barnhem in Sweden]]
 
 
 
*[[Historical Timeline of Orphanages in Sweden|Historical Timeline of Orphanages in Sweden]]
 
 
 
To learn more about the orphanage and the records they kept, click on the name of the orphanage from the list below:
 
 
 
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! scope="col" | Name of Orphanage
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! scope="col" | Step
! scope="col" | Location
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! scope="col" | Record Type
! scope="col" | Time Period
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! scope="col" | Findings
 
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| [[Allmänna Barnhus in Stockholm Sweden|Allmänna Barnhus]]
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| 1
- before 1785 see the Stora Barnhus page.
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| text
 
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| text
| Stockholm
 
| 1785 - present
 
 
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| Arbetarklassens barnhem
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| 2
| Lund
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| text
| 1868 - 1908
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| text
 
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| Borgerskapets Barnhus
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| 3
| Göteborg (private)
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| text
|  
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| text
 
|-
 
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| Frimurarbarnhus
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| 4
| Stockholm (private)
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| text
| 1753 - present
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| text
 
|-
 
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| Frimurarbarnhuset
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| 5
| Göteborg (private)
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| text
| 1757 -
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| text
 
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| Gustavianska Barnhus
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| 6
| Norrköping (private)
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| text
| 1772 -
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| text
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| Gustavsbergs Barnhus
 
| Uddevalla (private)
 
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|-
 
| Göteborgs Stads Barnhus
 
| Göteborg
 
| 1737 - 1999
 
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| Kungsholm
 
| Stockholm
 
| 1893 – 1943
 
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| Lidköping
 
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| Malmqvistska Barnuppfostringsanstalten
 
| Stockholm (private)
 
| 1882 – 1922
 
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| Malmö Barnhus
 
| Malmö
 
| abt. 1682 - 1890
 
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| Murbeckska stiftelsen
 
| Stockholm
 
| 1754 – 1920
 
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| Politiekollegiums Barnhus
 
| Stockholm
 
| 1754 - 1785
 
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| Prins Carls Uppfostringsinrättning (Gålöstiftelsen)
 
| Gålö (Stockholm)
 
| 1832 – 1848
 
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| [[Stora Barnhus in Stockholm Sweden|Stora Barnhus]]
 
- after 1785 see Allmänna Barnhus
 
 
 
| Stockholm
 
| 1633 - 1785
 
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| Östads Barnhus
 
| Östad Säteri near Alingsås (private)
 
| 1774 -
 
 
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Revision as of 18:40, 3 June 2013

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Case Study of Carolina Aspling and the Allmänna Barnhus

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