Grong, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway Genealogy

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Church Records

Grong clerical district contains parish registers from the parishes Grong, Høylandet, Harran, Namsskogan, Røyrvik and Trones chapel. Grong, Høylandet, and Harran were separated from Overhalla clerical district in 1820.

The Family History Library has microfilm copies of the church books, 1706-1910.

Digital images are online at Digitalarkivet:

Grong / Grong: 1821-1879

Grong / Harran: 1821-1879

Grong / Høylandet: 1821-1879

Grong / Røyrvik: 1828-1879

Grong / Trones: 1830-1879

Overhalla: 1745-1880

Overhalla / Grong: 1816-1825

Overhalla / Harran: 1706-1748, 1758-1765, 1816-1825

Overhalla / Høylandet: 1706-1748, 1758-1765, 1817-1851

Census Records

  • Sogneprestenes manntall 1664-1666. This census was taken by the local parish priests. Overhalla clerical district includes Grong, Høylandet, Overhalla and Skage. Microfilmed images are available at the Family History Library. Scanned images are online at Digitalarkivet.
  • Fogd og sorenskrivers manntall 1664-1666 This census was taken by the local civil authorities. Overhalla clerical district includes Grong, Høylandet, Overhalla, Harran, Namsos and Skage. Microfilmed images are available at the Family History Library. Scanned images are online at Digitalarkivet.
  • 1701 Census This census contains Overhalla, Grong, Høylandet, Skage and Harran. It is found as a database at Digitalarkivet.
  • 1795-1797 Census A church census of a part of Nidaros diocese (stift) which includes towns and villages in Nord-Trøndelag and Nordland counties. In Nordland they are Tjøtta, Nesna, Elsfjord and Korgen. In Nord-Trøndelag they are Grong, Høylandet, Harran, Klinga, Otterøy, Flatanger, Kvam, Følling and Verdal. This census is available on microfilm at the Family History Library.

Court Records

Land Records

Farm Books

Probate Records

1656-1863: Probates are found in Namdal judicial district.

1703-1815: Clerical probates are found in Namdal Deanery