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Folketælling, 1840

Danmark. Rentekammeret (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • Danish
  • German
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmet for the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1949
2 mikrofilmspoler ; 35 mm.

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To search these census records online, click https://www.sa.dk/.

Mikrofilmet fra manuskript i Rigsarkivet, København.

Tekst på dansk og tysk.

Folketælling over Segeberg, Steinburg, Traventhal, Tremsbüttel og Trittau amter i Schleswig-Holstein som var under dansk styre i 1840. Omfatter steder i jurisdiktion af Stormarn (Kreis), Steinburg (Kreis) samt Segeberg, Bad Bramstedt Holstein, og Bad Oldesloe i Schleswig-Holstein, Prøjsen; og Eppendorf i Hamburg, Tyskland.

Census records of Segeberg, Steinburg, Traventhal, Tremsbüttel and Trittau counties in Schleswig-Holstein which were under Danish control at the time of the 1840 census. Includes towns in the jurisdiction of Stormarn (Kreis), Steinburg (Kreis) and in Segeberg, Bad Bramstedt Holstein, Bad Oldesloe and in their surroundings in Schleswig-Holstein, Preussen; and also Eppendorf in Hamburg, Germany.

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