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June 20, 2016: We start the week with both scanned and transcribed sources. You find a complete list of the transcribed sources in the Most Recent 100. For the scanned sources, there are mainly 1875 Census material: all of Vestfold county (unfortunately without the main census lists so you will have to do some browsing to find the houses you are looking for) and the parishes Bud, Vanylven, Norddal and Næsna in Møre og Romsdal county


June 10, 2016: The scanned images of censuses will be transferred to our new service for scanned archive materiale from Monday June 13, 12 o'clock CET. The images are already available on the new site, but on Monday we close the old site. This means all links to the old site will be redirected to the same images on the new site. 

We have also published more scanned sources: 11 additional protocols for the customs account books from Holmestrand, Langesund, Molde, Kristiansund and Trondheim. Now there are 255 protocols available.


June 9, 2016: More transcribed church records are available for search - see the Most Recent 100. In addition, scanned protocols for civil weddings are available for Kristiansand (Vest-Agder county), Jæren (Rogaland county), Sandnes (Rogaland county), Hafrsfjord (Rogaland county), Ryfylke (Rogaland county) and Karmsund (Rogaland county).


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A new and improved online service for scanned archives is launched

02.05.2016

The Digital Archives officially migrated to a new solution for the scanned deeds registry and parish registers Wednesday April 27 and Monday May 2. From now on links to the old solutions redirect and point to the new ones. The old solutions for the scanned parish registers and deeds registry will no longer be available. Read more...

New service for the scanned archives

How to start tracing your ancestry in Norway?

05.04.2016

Tracing your lineage is a fun and rewarding challenge that requires some basic knowledge of past centuries. A new handbook from the National Library of Norway, the National Archives of Norway and DIS-Norge, the largest genealogy association in Norway, will walk you through the available resources and how to get the most out of them. Read more...

How to start tracing your ancestry in Norway?

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