Vampula Parish, Turku-Pori, Finland Genealogy

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History[edit | edit source]

(write information such as: how old the parish is, interesting facts about the parish, what alternate names it has, or any boundary changes.)


Place Names[edit | edit source]

Villages in Vampula:

Hanhikoski, Honko, Horna, Huhtaa (Huhtis), Kotaja (Kotoja), Kukonharja, Kärväselä, Matkusjoki, Murto (Murdo), Närälä, Punola, Sallila, Salmenoja, Siivikkala (Sivickala), Soinila, Tamare (Tamara), Vampula (Wambula)

in the year 1635 45 houses (farms), in the year 1860 totally 72 houses (farms).



Aittomäki, Cataja, Erkilä,
Hakala, Hanhikoski, Heikkilä, Hirsikangas, Hongisto, Håsikki, Huchti,
Ilola, Ilomäki, IsoMurdo, Isotalo, Jakola, Jaskala,
Karvasela, Ketola, Kierunperä, Korpela, Koucku, Kubias,
Maunu, Meinikkala, Mello, Mäenpää, Mäkelä, Mäkipää, MäkiVännio, Naatu,
Paukio, PeldoMattila, Peltari, Pottula, Punois,
Rihko, Rindala, Ritala,
Saaricko, Salmenoja, Savikangas, Sivickala, Sjukola, Soinila, Sunila,
Tamara, Tammela, Tervo, Tokara, Tuovola, Tårölä,
Wambula, Wehka-alho, Wihkinen, Vintilä, Välisuo, WähäPuno, Ylikännö

To see what kind of place it is you will need a Finnish gazeteer.

  • Surrounding Parishes

Huittinen, Alastaro, Säkylä, Keikyä, Kauvatsa

Collections[edit | edit source]

(write information about the different collections, or tips on using them)

  • Church Records

Digital records of Vampula (church records, born, married, deth records)

http://www.sukuhistoria.fi/sshy/index.htm

  • Court Records


  • Military Records


Related Sources[edit | edit source]

  • Digital

Vampulan talonhaltijaluettelo (List of farmowners in Vampula)

http://users.utu.fi/~isoi/talot/vampula.htm

  • Printed

- Suur-Huittisten pitäjän historia vuoteen 1639, Aina Lähteenoja, 1949 (The history of Great-Huittinen, part 1)

-Suur-Huittisten historia II, 1639-1860, Raimo Viikki, 1973 (The history of Great-Huittinen, part 2)

Societies and Libraries[edit | edit source]

In Vampula there is a local museum where they have also written material.

References[edit | edit source]