SweGGate Landskap Medelpad
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Medelpad Landskap
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Southern 1/5 of Västernorrlands län (Y). Härnösands stift (diocese).
Central city: Sundsvall. Area: 7 592 sqkm. Pop: 126 800 (1978)
Map of Y län Map of parishes Y län




Topic Name Description Link L
General SCB# 22      
History   Province first known in 1257    
Churches Swedish state church buildings Descriptions Sundsvall . Timrå . Ånge (RAÄ)   S
Old maps Gamlakartor.nu Map from 18th century to buy >Go> S
Specific Guides      
Local sites      
Sundsvall SCB # 2281. Kommun home page. 15 Parishes.

Indal, Liden

Socken site History, workplaces, culture and more >Go> S
Timrå SCB # 2262. Kommun home page.
Timrå, Ljustorp, Hässjö, Tynderö. Ceased: Lagfors bruksfg, Lögdö bruksfg.
Ånge SCB # 2260. Kommun home page. Parishes: Borgsjö, Haverö, Torp. Map
Specific Sources      
Census 1890   Select "English" then "Västernorrland" >Go> B
Emigration Many emigrants travelled west and left through the port of Trondheim, Norway. Digitalarkivet has a database  
Sundsvall Herdaminne = biographies of priests in Sundsvall region (PDF format) >Go> S
Sundsvall Galtströms bruksförsamling Vigselregister (SVAR C:1) 1680 - 1862 >Go> S
Stöde parish H Nyberg / D Samuelsson Farms (map and list +inhabitants !) Unfortunately very slow site (scanned images = no search).
Birth records 1898 - 1902
on line
Båtsmän (navy soldiers) Olof G Strömberg Båtsmän in Medelpad and Ångermanland. History and a person database. Abt 1600 - 1900. Excellent ! Home . Search S
Family data Bertil Johnson Ångermanland, Medelpad, Dalarna .. >Go> S
Family Tree Anne-Marie Dufva Medelpad: Holm, Njurunda, Skön, Alnö, Sättna, Indal, Svartvik, Timrå and Tynderö  plus Värmland province and some in Dalarna >Go> S

SCB# = SCB Id number. RAÄ = Riksantikvarieämbetet.
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