Vokslev Parish, Ålborg, Denmark

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Vokslev Parish
Stift (diocese) Aalborg Stift
Pastorat (chapelry) Nibe-Vokslev Pastorat
Amt (county) 1662 - 1793 Aalborghus
Amt (county) 1794 - 1970 Ålborg
Herred (district) Hornum
Kommune (municipality) Add here
1788 – 1793 Lægd number 108
1794 – 1869 Lægd number 23
1870 – Udskrivningskred Lægd number 5/376
Gods (estate) Ålborg hospital gods; Hornum herreds provsti; Lundbæk gods; Pandum gods; Store Restrup gods; Vesterladegård gods; Hornum Herredsret; Fleskum Herredsret

Place Names

Agerbo, Aggersgaard

Bakkegaard, Bavnehøj, Binderup, Binderup Kærhuse, Binderup Mark, Binderup Mølle, Binderup Overgaard, Binderup Aa, Binderupgaard, Bøsdal, Bøsdal Høj

Damgaard, Dyregaard

Engedal, Engedalsgaard, Esbensgaard

Falstedviggaard, Femhøje, Fladhøj, Foldagershus

Gammel Dalsgaard, Gammel Taarup, Gammel Østergaard, Gammellund, Gelstrup, Gelstrup Mark, Godensgaard, Godenshøj, Godthaabgaard, Grydsted, Gudsgift

Harrild, Harrild Gaarde, Harrild Nørregaard, Harrild Vestergaard, Harrildgaard, Harrildhus, Hedeagersminde, Herkulesminde, Hulemølle, Huul Mølle, Hvarrehus, Højagergaard, Højbakgaard, Høklesbakke


Keldbaksgaard, Klæstrup, Klæstrupgaard, Klæstrup Huse, Klæstruplund, Korsbjerg Høj, Kryb-i-Ly, Kærager

Lyngbjerg, Lyngbjerggaard


Nedergaarde, Ny Dalsgaard, Ny Dyregaard, Ny Falstedviggaard, Ny Østergaard, Nøragergaard, Nørreknold


Pandum, Pandumbro, Pandum Brohus, Pandum Mark, Pandum Skov

Rishøj, Rodstrup, Rodstrup Høj, Rodstrup Mark, Rodstrup Nørgaard, Rodstrup Vestergaard, Ryegaard, Rævebakke, Raahøj

Sandagergaard, Simested, Simested Gaarde, Skal Huse, Skalgaard, Skalledamsgaard, Skelhøj, Skindbjerg, Solbakken, Stampemølle, Stenagergaard, Stærhøje, Sølyst, Søndergaard, Sønderlund,

Tulsager, Taarup, Taarupgaard

Ulsgaard, Ulshøj




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- Trap, J. P., ed. Kongeriget Danmark, 3d ed. Vol. 4, Hjørring, Thisted, Aalborg, Viborg og Randers Amter. København: G. E. C. Gads Forlag, 1901.