Index search in ArkivDigital 2.0

We are happy that so many of our customers have discovered our new name searchable indexes: Population of Sweden 1880-1920 and Population of Sweden 1960 which are available in our All-in-one subscription. Read more about our All-in-one subscription in a previous blog entry. Link to blog entry.

You will find the indexes for the Population of Sweden 1880-1920, Population of Sweden 1950 and 1960 in the English version of ArkivDigital 2.0 by dong the following steps:

search register

 

 

 

Go to Index on the search page in the program.

 

 

 

 

register choice

In the box below Index Source, you will see Population of 1950 which is the default display. To the right is a down arrow.

Click in the box below Index Source and a drop-down list will appear showing the various available indexes or registers.

Select the index that you wish to search.

 

Read entry in Swedish.

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Tips for finding an estate inventory register in an estate inventory volume

We have previously written an English blog (see previous blog entry) about the estate inventories (bouppteckningar) and how one can search these records in ArkivDigital. We mentioned that many estate inventories have been indexed by name and these indexes are in volumes named, estate inventory registers (bouppteckningsregister).

However, not all estate inventories have been indexed. In those cases, one needs to browse page by page in the estate inventory volume.  But you still may be lucky.

Some estate inventory volumes contain a name index in the front of the book.  This is the case with the estate inventory volume FII:18 found in the Orust and Tjörns häradsrätt archive. In this volume, you will find a number of name registers and there is a register for each court (ting) session that the volume covers.

In volume FII:19 for the same district court (häradsrätt), there is one name register for all the court sessions that the volume covers. The register is on page 1 with the following heading:

”Register öfver bouppteckningar, som inregistrerats vid Orusts och Tjörns häradsrätt under åren 1854-1856 efter följande aflidna personer”.

Register of estate inventories, which were registered at Orust and Tjörn district court during the years 1854-1856 for the following deceased persons.

estate inventory registerOrusts och Tjörns häradsrätt (O) FII:19 (1854-1856) Image 4 / page 1 (AID: v13494.b4.s1, NAD: SE/GLA/11080)  Link.

The register notes the name of the person that the estate inventory refers to along with a reference number for the actual estate inventory.

In both of these examples, we have added information about these registers in the “Archive Info” box that you will find above the list showing the archive volumes.

archive box

We wish to thank Lisbeth Zachs for giving us this tip about the registers in the estate inventory volumes for Orust and Tjörn district court (häradsrätt).

Read blog entry in Swedish.

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Gotland Marriage Name Indexes

Gotland Marriage RecordVigselregister Gotland VigselReg:12 (0-1860) Image 20 (AID: v403531.b20, NAD: SE/ViLA/99999) Link.

In ArkivDigital’s online library, there are some photographed name registers or indexes. Many are aware of the estate inventory name registers, but we have also photographed other name registers.  One example is the marriage name register for Gotland.

You can find the marriage name register or index for Gotland in the archive “Vigselregister Gotland”.  The register, which was created by the regional archive in Visby, consists of twelve volumes from the beginning date for marriage records up to 1860 along with six volumes for the years 1861-1894.

The register is a little different because the sort includes both surnames and farm names as shown in the above image. (Tajnungs was a farm in Hangvars parish). Thus one can search for a person both by surname and farm name.

The register covers all of Gotland county except for Visby. For Visby, you can find name registers for the birth, marriage, death along with the household records in Visby stadsförsamlings archive. (Search word: “Visby stadsförsamling”).

Read the original article in Swedish.

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