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The translation for "daily register" is Dagesregister in Danish and Norwegian, and Ministerialia in Swedish.
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The translation for "daily register" is Dagesregister in Danish and Norwegian, and Ministerialia in Swedish.  
  
The priest kept a weekly log of the sermons they preached and a daily log of their ministerial activities. These are available for some time periods. The entries could include references to the actual scriptures used in the sermons or notations, such as "Visited old, blind Mr. Torgersen today, after christening the son of Peder Johnsen at home because of illness."
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The priest kept a weekly log of the sermons they preached and a daily log of their ministerial activities. These are available for some time periods. The entries could include references to the actual scriptures used in the sermons or notations, such as "Visited old, blind Mr. Torgersen today, after christening the son of Peder Johnsen at home because of illness."  
  
Once in a great while, a note about a birth, christening, or death might be found here, which did not make its way into the actual birth, christening, or death record.
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Once in a great while, a note about a birth, christening, or death might be found here, which did not make its way into the actual birth, christening, or death record.  
  
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[[Category:Scandinavia]]

Revision as of 15:33, 13 August 2008

Daily Register[edit | edit source]

The translation for "daily register" is Dagesregister in Danish and Norwegian, and Ministerialia in Swedish.

The priest kept a weekly log of the sermons they preached and a daily log of their ministerial activities. These are available for some time periods. The entries could include references to the actual scriptures used in the sermons or notations, such as "Visited old, blind Mr. Torgersen today, after christening the son of Peder Johnsen at home because of illness."

Once in a great while, a note about a birth, christening, or death might be found here, which did not make its way into the actual birth, christening, or death record.