I've just begun on the Swedish Rootsweb, and am trying to help speed my learning up
by creating an "Acronym Dictionary". From your message, I need to know what the
following acronyms mean, and where they reside (hard copy in Sweden, online at ....,
GID, AI, HFL (husföhörslängd?), and any others you are familiar with.
I cut my teeth on Swedish genealogy in Sweden reading actual texts as well as the
public library microfilms, so I may find them familiar after a reminder. Thanks again.
Kathy WA, USA
---------- Original Message ----------
From: Bo Johansson <bo.h.johan56(a)telia.com>
Subject: Re: [SWEDEN] HFL Karlskoga, Örebro GID:2458.38.13400
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2010 02:00:02 +0200
In this case it seems to mean that they were in the previous volume
(G.V. = gamla volymen?) page 215.
And they are found in GID 2458.21.32800, [Örebro, Närke och Värmland]
Karlskoga, AI.25D(E), Household examination, 1886-1890, page 215, Image 170.
Here they are recorded as coming from "Gla.V." page 122, which is GID
2458.34.27600, [Örebro, Närke och Värmland] Karlskoga, AI.24D(E),
Household examination, 1881-1885, page 122, Image 104.
Here they came 1884-05-15 from Västerås, moving-in number 19.
// Bo Johansson
Mark D. Johnson wrote:
I would venture to guess they moved from page 215 in the HFL to page
271. Usually a page number means they moved within a parish, while
moves from or to another parish normally have a parish name listed.
> On page 271 there is a reference in the "Moving
> In" column to page No. 215. When I look at the
> "Moving In" 2458.68.89400 series it appears the
> pages are unnumbered. Have I overlooked some thing? How do I find page 215?
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