Norway

Do you find yourself confused with Nordic naming practices? This class will walk you through the naming practices for the countries of Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Demark - explaining their similarities and differences. It will also outline good practices on how to navigate these naming patterns as you input your family into FamilySearch Family Tree.Go to the following timestamps to learn about your desired country's naming pattern: Sweden 5:00Finland 12:23Denmark 26:00Norway 32:04
This class will teach where to look for living relatives and how to follow their ancestors in earlier records for Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
This video discusses how to find legal proceedings and court cases.
What kind of information can be found in the Deed Registration - Mortgage Records and Index of Land consolidation.
This video will discuss how to find prison records in Norway.
Find people in the online register of farms 1838 for Norway. These records are called Matrikkel. This will give the name of the farmer, the name of the farm with the farm number, and how much that was owed on each farm.
In this lesson, you will learn how to find people in the online church records available from the University of Tromsø's Norwegian Historical Data Centre.
This lesson will cover how to find people in the online census records available from the Univesity of Tromsø's Norwegian Historical Data Centre.
This video is the introduction to the series with the objectives what you will be able to complete by watching the series.
In this lesson, we will find Bishops in Norway from the early 1500s to the early 1700s.  It will include when and where each bishop served.
In this lesson, we will learn where to find instructors in Norway from the late 1400s to the early 1600s.  This will include their position such as helper, teacher, or principal, and when and where each one served.  It will also include if they were promoted in their service.
In this lesson, we will learn how to find the record of ministers serving in Norway from the early 1500s to the early 1700s.  This will show when and where each minister served.
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