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Gard og folk i Skåre

Skåre : Gard og folk
Arne Langhelle, Svein Ivar Langhelle, Nils Olav Østrem
Haugesund, Norway : Haugesund kommune, 1999
2 b. (1207 s.) : ill., foto., kart. (nogle i färg)
  • 8291559139 kpl.
  • 8291559147 b. 1
  • 8291559155 b. 2


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This community tree is the result of merging the extracted data from 2 volumes of bygdebok (local or community history) for the Haugesund clerical district. Haugesund consists of 2 parishes: Haugesund and Skåre. No additions or corrections are accepted for this community tree. If you see information that you believe is incorrect or incomplete, the information can be corrected or updated in Family Tree.

Innhald: b. 1. Gardane Vassbrekkå, Ørpetveit, Fedjedal, Tømmerdal, Skastad, Halseid, Kalland, Skokland, Storstein, Saltveit, Søra Vikse, Bakken, Støle, Hagland litle/austre, Hagland store/vestre, Bergstøl, Bleivik, Grønhidler, Førland, Årabrot, Tornes, Kvala, Steinsnes, Austrheim, Veste. - b. 2. Gardane Gardå, Røvær, Haugå, Grønhaug, Sørhaug, Litlasund, Saltveit (Øydegarden), Storasund, Hemmingstad, Rossabø, Sakkestad, Vibrandsøy, Hasseløy, Risøy.

Gards- og ættesoge for Skåre herad.

Farm and family histories of Skåre parish, Rogaland county, Norway.



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