That is an SCB record. (100014.57.42200, [Göteborg och Bohus] _SCB Göteborg O Boh.,
.392, Marriages,Deaths, 1871-1871, 0-0, Image 216 of 439) These SCB records were sent
each year (starting in 1860) to Stockholm for statistical purposes.
Read here about SCB records.
This page from Arkiv Digital has those deaths with additional information, such as the
Torsby F:1 (1861-1895) Image 33 (AID: v1190.b33, NAD: SE/GLA/13565)
Orland Park, Illinois
Sent: 8:50 P.M. U.S. Central Time, February 28
----- Original Message -----
I was working with some records today and had a question. When I used
AD last time the books were organized by letter and number. I
understand this is how the original books are. Ancestry has some this
way as well, but I'm finding quite a few that different.
For example in Torsby, Göteborg och Bohus the death records are shown by
just a year and a volume number. Such as with this record.
Record Type: Död (Death)
Year Range: 1871
GID Number: 100014.57.42200
Roll/Fiche Number: SC-839
My question is, does anyone know if this death book really just named
Deaths Volume 392? It's only 4 images long. I'm wondering if Ancestry
is breaking larger books down into small per year databases. Or if this
is really the way the book is? I did find a Marriage volume that was
also 392, but the births for 1871 were named volume 391 not 392.