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Kirkebøger, 1617-1920

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Danish
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmet for the Genealogical Society of Utah ved Arthur G. Hassø, 1949, 1963 og 1969
103 mikrofilmspoler ; 35mm.
(Digital Collection) Denmark, church records, 1484-1941

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Denmark, Church Records are available online, click here.

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

Mikrofilmet fra manuskript i Landsarkivet for Sjælland, København.

Filmet sammen med Søkvæsthuset.

En særlig menighed for søværnets personel indstiftedes 7. dec. 1617, og 5. sep. 1619 indviedes Holmens kirke. Til sognet hørte fra begyndelsen kun flådens folk, men efterhånden fik sognet også en almindelig menighed. 1805 udvidedes sognet med dele af det nedlagte Skt. Nikolaj sogn, 1878 med dele af Garnisons sogn og 1965 med dele af det nedlagte Christiansborg slotssogn. 1877 henlagdes dele af sognet til det nyoprettede Skt. Pauls sogn. Også kendt som Bremerholm sogn.

Contains church records from Holmens parish in Copenhagen city. A special congregation for naval personnel was begun in 1617, and in 1619 Holmens church was dedicated. At first, only seamens families worshiped there, but eventually, it became a normal parish. In 1805, it was expanded to receive part of Skt. Nikolaj parish. In 1878, it received part of Garnisons parish. Skt. Pauls parish was separated in 1877. Also known as Bremerholm parish.

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