Additions to the estate inventory index for several counties along with Svea hovrätt

We are working full time to increase the number of searchable entries in our estate inventory index and we have now added new information for several counties and for the nobility’s estate inventories from Svea hovrätt (Svea Court of Appeals).

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This update contains searchable posts for the following counties and years:

Svea hovrätt – Estate inventories for the nobility 1801–1916 for the following counties:

Gotland county
Gävleborg county
Jämtland county
Kopparberg county
Norrbotten county
Stockholm county/city
Södermanland county
Uppsala county
Värmland county (from year 1814)
Västerbotten county
Västernorrland county
Västmanland county
Örebro county

Göteborg och Bohus county
Askims häradsrätt 1824–1887
Marstrands rådhusrätt och magistrat 1861–1891, 1896–1934

Jönköping county
Eksjö rådhusrätt och magistrat 1850–1859

Kalmar county
Aspelands häradsrätt 1699–1829
Tjust häradsrätt 1801–1825

Malmöhus county
Frosta häradsrätt 1677–1810
Luggude häradsrätt 1805–1817, 1822-1826, 1829-1830
Rådhusrätten i Malmö 1850-1950
Trelleborgs rådhusrätt och magistrat 1867-1896

Värmland county
Filipstads rådhusrätt och magistrat 1875-1944
Kils häradsrätt 1737-1860
Kristinehamns rådhusrätt och magistrat 1878-1899

Älvsborg county
Borås rådhusrätt och magistrat 1893–1955
Ulricehamns rådhusrätt och magistrat 1864–1902

Örebro county
Bergmästaren i Nya Kopparbergs med flera bergslag 1728–1838

Östergötland county
Dals häradsrätt 1708–1872
Norrköpings rådhusrätt och magistrat 1801–1860

This update contains a total of 126,944 new searchable index entries. After the update, the entire estate index contains a total of 2,366,515 entries.

The estate inventories are an important source for genealogical research. Here you can find information about the deceased’s heirs and often prove relationships. Also, you will find a list of all the assets and debts of the deceased.

Our index makes it much easier to find the correct estate inventory, something which in ordinary cases can be quite time consuming since the estate inventories are not organized in an exact order. We launched our estate inventory in 2017 and since then we have added more material on several occasions.

You can search in the estate inventory index by name, the year in which the estate inventory was performed, along with county and parish where the person died. When you search by year, it is important to note that the estate inventory may not have been created in the same year as the person died. It is recommended to include a year range from the year of death and maybe a couple of years in the future.

The estate inventory index includes searchable name entries for estate inventories for the following counties: Blekinge, Gotland, Gävleborg, Göteborg och Bohus, Halland, Jämtland, Jönköping, Kalmar, Kristianstad, Kronoberg, Malmöhus, Norrbotten, Skaraborg, Stockholm, Södermanland, Uppsala, Värmland, Västerbotten, Västernorrland, Västmanland, Älvsborg and Östergötland. We will continue to add entries to the estate inventory index. Watch our blogs, newsletters and other social media for updates.

Click here to check what is included in the estate inventory index after this update.

Click here for more information about estate inventories.

Click here to watch an Introduction to Estate Inventories video.

In order to open the estate inventory index, you log in at app.arkivdigital.se, select Index search and select Estate inventory in the list under Index source.

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