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December 9, 2016: In what seems to be the last round with publishing of scanned material on this side of New Year, is the 1875 census for Oppland as well as Bø in Telemark now available. The 1875 census for Hedmark has additionally been updated with registers for every single Parish. As can be also mentioned are transcriptions of the 1875 census for Årstad Parish as well at the 1891 census for Brønnøy Parish. More transcriptions from Church books have also been added among those from Slekt og Data Hedmark and Telemark as well as Slektsforum for Indre Nordmøre and Gerd Karen Rognstad. We also welcome Astrid Marstein Kruke as new Digital Inn guest. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.    

December 1, 2016: New material is available today in the form of both scans and transcriptions. The scanned version of the 1875 census for Christiania is now complete. Also more scanned material has been added in the form of censuses 1825-1845 for Sandefjord, Larvik and Gjerpen, Norwegian registers (Norske registre) and Norwegian signings (Norske tegnelser), Probate proceedings records (Skifteforhandlingsprotokoller), Parish registers from  Aust-Agder, Vest-Agder, Rogaland og Møre og Romsdal as well as extrajudicialprotocols (ekstrarettsprotokoller) for Larvik and Skien. Also some new Parish registers have been published including lists from Slekt og Data Møre og Romsdal and Gerd Karen Rognstad. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.

November 23, 2016: A lot of new transcribed Church book registers have been published last week.  Slekt og Data Møre og Romsdal have transcribed from Stranda parish 1817-1826, Slekt og Data Østfold from Rødenes parish 1901-1910, Slekt og Data Sande from Hof parish 1746-1781, Slekt og Data Haugaland from Vågan parish 1899-1907 as well as files from Sarpsborg from Siw Agnalt. In addition a lot of Dissenter files registered internally. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.

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A new and improved online service for scanned archives is launched


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?


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?