Vik i Brønnøy Parish, Nordland, Norway Genealogy

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Guide to Vik i Brønnøy, Norway ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.

Vik i Brønnøy Parish
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Len 1599-1660 Nordlandene
Amt 1689-1919 1662-1789: Nordlandene amt (under Trondhjem stiftamt), 1789-1919: Nordland
Fylke 1919-Present Nordland
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Prestegjeld Vik
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Tinglag Vik
Fogderi Søndre Helgeland
Sorenskriveri Søndre Helgeland
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Church Records[edit | edit source]

See Brønnøy clerical district.

Census Records[edit | edit source]

See Brønnøy clerical district.

Court Records[edit | edit source]

Land Records[edit | edit source]

Farm Books[edit | edit source]

28 Aanvik, 23 Aasen, 43 Amundsgjerdet, 64 Arnes, 64 Arneshaugen, 16 Aspvik, 60 Aunet, 51 Baustad, 44 Bjøru, 55 Brek, 6 Brennmarken, 56 Bø, 61 Dale, 68 Dyngeset, 37 Enge, 13 Engesaasen, 60 Fjelddal, 21 Flaaget, 26 Frilstad, 10 Fuglvasli, 15 Furunes med Seljemarken, 41 Gjerde, 4 Graven lille, 3 Graven store, 59 Grønmoen, 58 Grøttem, 21 Halsen, 29 Hjelmset, 57 Holand, 25 Hombornes, 12 Hongset, 71 Horsvær, 38 Hussande, 24 Indermarken, 73 Kjønnøen, 27 Kjøsvik, 67 Kleven, 45 Knyk, 9 Kraaen, 17 Krommen, 31 Kvaløen, 65 Kvitle, 58 Ljøshaugen, 17 Luren, 34 Lyngvær, 53 Malm, 49 Mardal, 1 Olderbakken, 66 Reinfjord, store, 18 Remman, 33 Rosvik, 63 Røirmarken, 39 Sande, 11 Sandvik, 73 Sandvær, 52 Sjøhalsen, 48 Skaalvik, 20 Skaanvik, 30 Skaaren, 19 Skaret, 2 Smedvik, 40 Steine, 40 Steinsjøen, 8 Storlien, 35 Sund, 47 Sømhoved, 50 Sømnes, 50 Sømnesøen, 22 Teisdal, 5 Tomasli lille, 7 Tomasli store, 56 Trøan, 36 Vaag, 30 Vennesund, 52 Veraasen, 70 Vestaberg, 46 Vik, 69 Øian, 42 Ølsaas

Probate Records[edit | edit source]

1686-1878: Probates are found in Helgeland judicial district.

1728-1807: Clerical probates are found in Helgeland Deanery