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=== Place Names  ===
  
Abishøje, Bisgaard, Bjerregaard, Briks, Duehøj, Faldet, Fasmali, Flodbakrende, Gammel Hvarre, Gravenhøj, Grenbakke, Grushøj,&nbsp;Grønhøjgaard,&nbsp; Hammersdalgaard, Havblik, Hedegaard, Hjemmet,&nbsp;Hjortdal Kirke, Hjortdalgaard, Hjuldal, Hødal, Højgaard, Jeppesminde, Jægerbohus, Karusseengen, Klithuset, Klitrosen, Knæhøj, Kridthus, Kvindhøj, Lildal, Lille Hedegaard, Lille Slette, Lilledal, Mathildahøj, Melbakke, Ny Fasmali, Nørtorup, Nørtorup Hede, Nørtorup Kær, Nørtorup Mark,&nbsp; Præstebakke,&nbsp; Rishøj, Rævebakker, Sanden, Sandhøjgaard, Sankt Olavs Kilde, Skovly, Slette Å, Slettegaard, Slettestrand, Stenbjerg, Strandfogedgaard, Svenstrup Kær, Svenstrup Å, Svinkløv, Svinkløv Klitplantage, Svinkløv Plantage, Svinkløvgaard, Svinkløvhus, Torshøj, Tremshøje,&nbsp;Trinderup, Vester Svenstrup, Øster Tvedbæk  
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Abishøje,<br><br> Bisgaard, Bjerregaard, Briks,<br><br> Duehøj,<br><br> Faldet, Fasmali, Flodbakrende,<br><br> Gammel Hvarre, Gravenhøj, Grenbakke, Grushøj, Grønhøjgaard,<br><br> Hammersdalgaard, Havblik, Hedegaard, Hjemmet, Hjortdal Kirke, Hjortdalgaard, Hjuldal, Hødal, Højgaard,<br><br> Jeppesminde, Jægerbohus,<br><br> Karusseengen, Klithuset, Klitrosen, Knæhøj, Kridthus, Kvindhøj,<br><br> Lildal, Lille Hedegaard, Lille Slette, Lilledal,<br><br> Mathildahøj, Melbakke,<br><br> Ny Fasmali, Nørtorup, Nørtorup Hede, Nørtorup Kær, Nørtorup Mark,&nbsp;<br><br> Præstebakke,&nbsp;<br><br> Rishøj, Rævebakker,<br><br> Sanden, Sandhøjgaard, Sankt Olavs Kilde, Skovly, Slette Å, Slettegaard, Slettestrand, Stenbjerg, Strandfogedgaard, Svenstrup Kær, Svenstrup Å, Svinkløv, Svinkløv Klitplantage, Svinkløv Plantage, Svinkløvgaard, Svinkløvhus,<br><br> Torshøj, Tremshøje,&nbsp;Trinderup,<br><br> Vester Svenstrup,<br><br> Øster Tvedbæk <br><br>
  
 
To see what kind of place it is you will need a [[Denmark Gazetteers|Danish Gazetteer]]. <br>
 
To see what kind of place it is you will need a [[Denmark Gazetteers|Danish Gazetteer]]. <br>

Revision as of 00:40, 20 September 2017

Denmark
Thisted
Hjortdal


History

(Write information such as: how old the parish is, interesting facts about the parish, what alternate names it has, or any boundary changes.)

Hjortdal Parish
Jurisdictions
Stift (diocese) Aalborg Stift
Pastorat (chapelry) Hjortdal Pastorat
Amt (county) 1662 - 1793 Aalborghus
Amt (county) 1794 - 1970 Thisted
Herred (district) Vester Han
Kommune (municipality) Hjortdal
1788 – 1793 Lægd number 5
1794 – 1869 Lægd number 5
Gods (estate) Karen Christensdatter (Jens Tofts kvinde);
Øster Han herreds provsti;
Vester Han herreds provsti;
Kokkedal gods;
Slettegård gods;
Øster Han Herredsret;
Vester Han Herredsret


Place Names

Abishøje,

Bisgaard, Bjerregaard, Briks,

Duehøj,

Faldet, Fasmali, Flodbakrende,

Gammel Hvarre, Gravenhøj, Grenbakke, Grushøj, Grønhøjgaard,

Hammersdalgaard, Havblik, Hedegaard, Hjemmet, Hjortdal Kirke, Hjortdalgaard, Hjuldal, Hødal, Højgaard,

Jeppesminde, Jægerbohus,

Karusseengen, Klithuset, Klitrosen, Knæhøj, Kridthus, Kvindhøj,

Lildal, Lille Hedegaard, Lille Slette, Lilledal,

Mathildahøj, Melbakke,

Ny Fasmali, Nørtorup, Nørtorup Hede, Nørtorup Kær, Nørtorup Mark, 

Præstebakke, 

Rishøj, Rævebakker,

Sanden, Sandhøjgaard, Sankt Olavs Kilde, Skovly, Slette Å, Slettegaard, Slettestrand, Stenbjerg, Strandfogedgaard, Svenstrup Kær, Svenstrup Å, Svinkløv, Svinkløv Klitplantage, Svinkløv Plantage, Svinkløvgaard, Svinkløvhus,

Torshøj, Tremshøje, Trinderup,

Vester Svenstrup,

Øster Tvedbæk

To see what kind of place it is you will need a Danish Gazetteer.

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Birth, Marriage, and Death Online Records

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Family History Library Records

Click Denmark, Thisted Records for a full listing of records at the Family History Librarythat may be digitized. Check back occasionally to see if your records have become available. In the meantime, some of them might be available at a Family History Center near you.
Click on "Places within Denmark, Thisted" and then select your parish.


References

-Krabsen & Medici. "Krabsens Stednavnebase."
http://www.krabsen.dk/stednavnebase/,
-Trap, J. P., ed. Kongeriget Danmark, 4te ed. Vol.5, Thisted Amt,
København: G. E. C. Gads Forlag, 1924