You can view the maps without a subscription. I don't have one.
If you use Chrome browser, it can translate the sites good enough to find your way around.
Move your cursor over some print and right click and there is an option to translate. The
1st few times you might have to tell it the language but if you do it enough it will
recognize and choose the language automatically.
On Thu, 8/17/17, Lois Casson <lcasson(a)cox.net> wrote:
Subject: Re: [SWEDEN] 1890 Parish maps
To: lunstl15-swed(a)yahoo.com, "Swedish Researchers" <sweden(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017, 8:51 PM
I looked at this yesterday but only saw
a map of numbers and didn't
scroll down. I think because the
site doesn't have a translation option
and because I was confused by it I am
concerned that it wouldn't help a
newbie. The map in the second
link can be found in the first link.
Riksarkivet is the Swedish National
Archives (SVAR), a subscription
site, and there is a link in the
On 8/17/2017 6:50 PM, Jill L via SWEDEN
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Here's a 2 sites I haven't seen
parish maps of each county with a population table
1890. There are 2 tables for each county - number
order so you can look at the map and find the parish name,
and alphabetical order so you can look up your parish and
find it on the map.
These originally came from
Riksarkivet (table only in numerical order)