Norway, Skifteprotokoller, 1682-1859

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmet av the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1950
13 mikrofilmspoler ; 35 mm.


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Skifteprotokoller for Sør-Gudbrandsdal rettsdistrikt i Oppland fylke som omfatter sognene: Sør-Fron, Ringebu, Øyer, Gausdal, Fåberg og Lillehammer. Skifteprotokoller for årene 1720-1735 finnes i Gudbdrandsdal rettsdistrikt. Sør-Fron bør også søkes i Nord-Gudbrandsdal rettsdistrikt. Skifteprotokollene omfatter som regel datoen på skiftet, navnet på den som døde, arvinger, formyndere og verger, dødsboet, og eiendom m.m. Utdrag av arvelatere fra Oppland fylke finnes på sidene 1-53 for årene 1747-1800 i boken: Probate records of Oppland county med nummeret Scand 948.24 P2.

Probate records for Sør-Gudbrandsdal judicial district in Oppland county. It includes these places: Sør-Fron, Ringebu, Øyer, Gausdal, Fåberg, and Lillehammer. See Gudbrandsdal judicial district for probate records for 1720-1735. Sør-Fron is also found in Nord-Gudbrandsdal judicial district. The probate records usually contain the date of probate, name of the deceased, names of heirs, guardians and trustees, inventory lists, land and holdings, and other miscellaneous information. See the book: Probate records of Oppland county pages 1-53 for an extraction of the names of the testators from this district for the years 1747 to 1800. The book call # is: Scand 948.24 P2.



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