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1 Genealogy in Norway 17. September 2010 Fergus Falls Torill Johnsen

2 Agenda DIS-Norge; organization and activities 10 tips for research in Norway

3 DIS-Norge Started 1990 9000 members 19 regional groups Aprox. 30 local groups Largest organization for genealogists in Norway Main aim  a countrywide forum  genealogy and persons  computers and internet as assistance  knowledge on both issues to be communicated  stimulate genealogy work in Norway

4 Our web-site You will find links to our main activities. This page gives you news related to genealogy

5 Blog with new information

6 Internet Offering internet-based information and services which will be valuable for genealogists Establish a good environment

7 Slektsfaglig - Genealogy What about more advanced researchers Answer questions Reach a higher professional level Offer information under the topic genealogy

8 10 tips for genealogists

9 1 Start talking to ancestors and others in order to collect as much information as possible from older relatives, before any other work –Information –Pictures with no name!


11 2 Find a genealogy program.

12 3 Start planning your research –How are you going to register information –Sources –Are all sources good?

13 Before you start Maiden names Place names Norwegian names: –First name –Patronym –Address Ole Olsen Haugen –Fixed surnames perhaps in 1900 census

14 Sources at DIS-Norge Koblede manntall Våre Falne Kart Privatarkivene Nordisk ordbok Diverse Aust-Agder Hordaland Møre og Romsdal Oppland Oslo/Akershus Sør-Trøndelag Telemark

15 4 Look for more information on your ancestry –Digitalarkivet –RHD –Gravminner i Norge –Genress – geografical –Bygdebok –Family Search


17 Gravminner Gravestones in Norway 35,305,461 searches performed since 25 august 2005 2,105,621 grave-stones included 915,019 with pictures

18 Gravminner Census 1900 Mobility – bigger cities Girls get married

19 Genealogiskeal ressources Where can I find information? Genealogical sources in Norway Information for beginners Some ressources outside Norway Soft- and hardware Maps Organizations/ institutions Information channels Emigration and immigration

20 Where can I find information?

21 Bygdebøker Akershus: Bygdebok for Frogn. Gårdshistorien av Haakon Falck Myckland, utgitt 1967.Bygdebok for Frogn. Gårdshistorien Kråkstad. En bygdebok av M. Østlid m.fl.Kråkstad. En bygdebok Bygdebøker for Nittedal og Hakadal. Gårdshistorie og bygdehistorie av Birger Kirkeby.Bygdebøker for Nittedal og Hakadal Hedmark: Sør-Odal: Sør-Odal bygdebok - gardshistorie Forf. Birger Kirkeby.Sør-Odal bygdebok - gardshistorie Os og Tolga: Felles bygdehistorie for Tolga og Os. (Bygdebok under arbeid). Forf. Jon Ola Gjermundsen.Felles bygdehistorie for Tolga og Os "Bygdebøker" can contain farm history, genealogy and history of that area or region


23 5 Ask for help and help others –Slektsforum –DISchat –DIStreff –Slektsforskerbasen

24 Whom can I ask?

25 But I cannot wait…

26 Who researches where?

27 6 Broaden your work and learn more about genealogy –Participate in organized work (lag) –Look at ”Slekt og Data” –Våre Røtter (in Norwegian) –Slektslitteratur

28 Slekt og Data Magazine for our members 4 issues per year About the organization History Genealogy Computers Technology

29 Bergsmoslekta frå Vinne i Verdal Slektsbok for Samson-ætta, Bersvein-ætta og Samson-ætta Farbu-slekta Øver-Salberg-ætta Slektshefte for etterkommere etter Marit og Karl Markhus

30 7 Maps: modern and historical

31 Map showing church- borders in 1801 and municipal boarders in 1979

32 8 Start contributing Churchbooks indexing Census 1875 Photo GiN

33 Church book indexing Making all searchable – Big project – Finances? – Motivation – Recruiting Cooperation with Riksarkivaren

34 …..and I can also search for him!

35 9 Let your relatives share what you have compiled –CD –Reports –Book? –Webpage

36 Lag slektsbok “How to make a book about your relatives” – do something with your collection It is important to pass on information, and think about how to do it

37 Lag slektsbok I am no author Do I have something to tell How can I pass on information Different media

38 Interesting?

39 Maybe more interesting?

40 Another way to present it

41 10 Remember to look up all information you find on the internet in the original sources

42 Thank you

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