Genealogists in Sweden have submitted family trees to an online collaborative database called DISBYT. This database was created by the DIS (Föreningen för Datorhjälp I Släktforskningen) society and contains over 38 million entries of individuals who lived in Sweden before 1905. Source information to SVAR, and Genline is included where possible as well as 500,000 records from SVAR’s birth record database.
This site may be viewed in English, Swedish, German and Finnish.
Content[edit | edit source]
- First and last name
- Year of event-birth, marriage, death
- Submitter information
- Spouse, parents, children
Internet address[edit | edit source]
Using the site[edit | edit source]
- Click Disbyt - hitta dina anor
- Click on Sök i DISBYT (Search)
- Click on Sök i DISBYT again (on the far left)
- Enter in your ancestor’s information and then click Sök (Search)
- Enter your User Name, and Password and click Log In
- Look for possible hits as individuals or as a family
Cost[edit | edit source]
You must be a member of DIS to search Disbyt. There is a $25.00 yearly fee to access Disbyt. With the membership, you can upload your gedcom and have it compared to others already submitted.
Tips[edit | edit source]
- There are instructions explaining each screen.
- You can upload your database and they will email you back a list of everyone that matches your database and the likelihood of them being the same individuals.
- Searches can be narrowed down by parish and time period.