Finding an Ancestor's Place of Origin in Norway: A Case Study, part 1, 7 Lessons

Finding an Ancestor's Place of Origin in Norway: Introduction, Part 1

Here you will learn how to find Gyrid in the US immigration. Then you will learn how to find her farm name in the 1972 Norwegian online Postal Guide. Next you will learn how to find her in the emigration records from Bergen, and with information from the emigration records find her home parish in the FamilySearch Wiki for Norway. Then find her in the 1900 census for Norway and lastly find her in her birth record. The duration of all the combined videos is 26:45.
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