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Parish registers and population censuses in the Danish State Archives

All traditional Danish church records to 1925 are included in the digitization project. A previous “Free” Registration is required. Censuses are 1787 to 1925 available. The Danish Demographic Database provides a search of various sources: Census, an emigrant database and the immigrants. In the census, only the historic areas of the Kingdom of Denmark, but not the territory of the former duchy of Schleswig to Denmark, which is now, contain.



Genealogical and historical digitized National Archives of Norway

I ask up front for leniency, if one or another translation from Norwegian is something gone wrong. The National Archives offers the following digitized (Webboks) a database of digitized church records (also available in English) with the ability to search by name, Period of time, by municipality and county.



The Online Church book of metallics 1578 to 1769

The village was first Gröben 1352 mentioned in the charter of Louis the Roman. It is located southwest of Berlin amid the Nuthe Nieplitz lowlands. Gröben once belonged to the wealthy in Teltow extended family of metallics. In 1416 were in their place came from the Schlabrendorfs, the same name from the village came in Lausitz near Luckau. With the incoming recordings of Pastor John Thile 1. We know more than before from the life of the two sister villages and metallics Siethen, idyllically situated on two lakes.[...]



Mecklenburg church book duplicates 1876-1918

This data collection contains church book duplicates of Protestant and Catholic parishes in the former duchies of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz, now part of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The parish registers contain records of baptisms, Births, Marriages, Funerals, Deaths, Confirmations and Communions. The majority of the records covering the cohorts 1876-1918 from. However, there are few previous reports, some as early as 1716.