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kivinen1
04-05-08, 01:22
Hej everyone -

I'm sure that someone out there can help me.

What I am looking for is either a web-site or some other source to tell me Parish by Parish breakdown.

For instance, I know that Nedervetil came from earlier parishes, (I think Kronoby and Pedersöre) but is there a list somewhere that we can look at that has them broken down either from oldest to youngest or youngest to the oldest?

I'm curious about Parish information in the Uleåborg / Oulu area, but because my family comes from 4 corners of Finland, I am hoping that there is some kind of comprehensive list.

I hope my question makes some sense, at least I know what I'm trying to say;)

Hasse
04-05-08, 10:14
...you may check is the "parish" information within the material on the website of the Genealogical Society of Finland.

This information is in conjunction to the HisKi project and the information can be found when you browse a HisKi record.

As an example browse a parish&book list in HisKi:

http://hiski.genealogia.fi/hiski/13h80d
select your preferred language
select and browse to your parish if choice, for example Nedervetil
locate the link "More information about this parish (http://hiski.genealogia.fi/seurakunnat/srk?CMD=SRK&ID=8&TYPE=HTML&LANG=EN)"You should see the following page:
link (http://hiski.genealogia.fi/seurakunnat/srk?CMD=SRK&ID=8&TYPE=HTML&LANG=EN)Hasse
It may be worth the while checking all the three language versions since information may vary.
english (http://hiski.genealogia.fi/seurakunnat/srk?CMD=SRK&ID=8&TYPE=HTML&LANG=EN)
swedish (http://hiski.genealogia.fi/seurakunnat/srk?CMD=SRK&ID=8&TYPE=HTML&LANG=SV) (change the ending language setting in the URL to "SV")
finnish (http://hiski.genealogia.fi/seurakunnat/srk?CMD=SRK&ID=8&TYPE=HTML&LANG=FI) (change the ending language setting in the URL to "FI")

kivinen1
04-05-08, 19:26
Hasse;22868]...you may check is the "parish" information within the material on the website of the Genealogical Society of Finland...
Thank you Hasse!