Lund Domkyrkoförsamling Parish, Malmöhus, Sweden Genealogy

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History[edit | edit source]

In 1536 incorporated the parishes of: Heligkors (also known as Crux), Sankta Maria magle, Sankta Maria minor, Sankt Andreas, Sankt Botulf, Sankt Clemens, Sankt Drotten, Sankt Godehard, Sankt Jakob, Sankt Mikael, Sankt Måns, Sankt Mårten, Sankt Nikolaus, Sankt Olof, Sankt Paul, Sankt Peter vid Bredgatan, Sankt Petri lille, Sankt Stefan and Sankt Torne.

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

Lund Domkyrkoförsamling Parish, Malmöhus, Sweden Genealogy
Jurisdictions
Stift Lund
Pastorat In 1536 the parishes of Heligkors, Sankta Maria Magle, Sankta Maria Minor, Sankt Andreas, Sankt Botulf, Sankt Clemens, Sankt Drotten, Sankt Godehard, Sankt Jakob, Sankt Mikael, Sankt Måns, Sankt Mårten, Sankt Nikolaus, Sankt Olof, Sankt Paul, Sankt Peter on Bredgatan, Sankt Petri lille, Sankt Stefan and Sankt Torne merged into Lund Domkyrkoförsamling, before 1943 mother parish in Lunds stadsförsamlings and Lunds landsförsamlings pastorat, 1944 the parish of Lunds landsförsamling was merged into Lunds Domkyrkoförsamling, 1944-1961 it's own pastoratm, 1962-1991 mother parish in Lunds domkyrkoförsamlings and Stora Råby pastorat. In 1992 the parish of Helgeand was created from Lunds Domkyrkoförsamling, 1992-2000 mother parish in Lunds domkyrkoförsamlings and Helgeands pastorat, after 2001 its own pastorat.
Län Before 1658 belonged to Denmark, 1669 - 1996 Malmöhus, 1997 - the modern county of Skåne.
Landskap Skåne
Härad Lunds Rådhusrätt
Tingslag add here
Domsaga 1944-1970 Torna and Bara härads, 1971- Lund
Fögderi 1720-1966 Lunds stad, 1967- Lunds fögderi, 1967-1970 Lunds fögderi
Kommun 1863-1966 Lunds stad, 1967- Lunds kommun
Militär indelning add here
NAD Ref Code SE/LLA/13254
National Archive SVAR link
Swedish Wikipedia link
SCB Congregation map link
Open Street map link


Place Names[edit | edit source]

Page 1 has a register by the last name of the people living in the parish and page number where they appear.


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

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Collections[edit | edit source]

Census Records[edit | edit source]

Church Records[edit | edit source]

Online Database Church Records[edit | edit source]

The easiest way to access the Swedish Church Records is through the internet, using these five sites (see links to specific collections below). Four of these sites require a subscription for access. (ArkivDigital, Ancestry.com, and MyHeritage.com are available at a FamilyHistory Center near you free of charge.)

Help Using ArkivDigital: Online Databases for Sweden[edit | edit source]

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Family History Library Records[edit | edit source]

Click Sweden, Malmöhus Records for a full listing of microfilmed records (some digitized online) at the Family History Library, that 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 Sweden, Malmöhus and then select your parish.

Military Records[edit | edit source]

Related Sources[edit | edit source]

Help Reading Swedish Records[edit | edit source]

Help Reading Old Handwriting[edit | edit source]

Help With Research Objectives and Strategies[edit | edit source]

Sweden Research Strategies

References[edit | edit source]

Skatteverket. "Andreas." Förteckning (Sveriges församlingar genom tiderna). April 2010 Sveriges församlingar genom tiderna

Lunds domkyrkoförsamling Husförhörslängd 1849 - 1854 Namelist by the last name of the people.