Stockholm: L.D.S. Congregation

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(write information such as: the L.D.S. district, and Conference information, when the congregation was created or disolved, interesting facts about the congregation, what alternate names it has, or the congregation size.)


  • Church Records

Every L.D.S. Congregation was instructed to keep a membership record, a record of ordinances such as: baby blessings, baptisms, confirmations, priesthood ordinations, migration, and emigration information.To learn more about L.D.S. Records in Sweden see the article: Sweden: L.D.S. Records

The Swedish Lutheran Church had responsibility to record all births, marriages, and deaths regardless of affiliation. The L.D.S. members should also be registered in the household examinations and moving records. Check the Lutheran Church Records for the place where the L.D.S. member resided.


(add information about the groups that left from this L.D.S. Congregation)

To learn more about L.D.S. Emigration from Sweden see the articles: Sweden: L.D.S. Emigration and LDS Emigration and Immigration.

Related Sources

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  • Printed

Höglund, Inger and Johansson, Caj-Aage. Steg I Tro., Jesu Kristi Kyrka av Sista Dagars Heliga: Italy. 2000.

Jenson, Andrew. History of the Scandinavian Mission. The Deseret News Press. Salt Lake City, Utah, 1927.

Zobell, Albert L. Jr., M.S. Under the Midnight Sun. Deseret Book Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1950.