X hits on this document

PDF document

INFORMATION GUIDE TO THE 2007 TRØNDERLAG OF AMERICA GENEALOGY SECTION - page 14 / 40

236 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

14 / 40

Trønderlag Library - Last modified 22 July 2007

Namdal, Selness Family History, compiled by Martha Selness Henzler, 1969, Luther College,

Decorah, IA, 61 pp, Family from Klingen in Namdal. Photo copy. B. Dahl

N 23

Namdal, Namdals-Slekter, by Arne Mørkved, Spillum-Strandslekten, 1665-1935. Trondheim, 1935,

351 pages, Geneaology, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

B. Dahl

N 23

Namdal, Trondheim Politikammer Topografisk register til Protokol over Utvandrede Personer 18676-1925, Namdals district, Emigration record for the parishes of Snåsa, Lierne, Grong, Overhalla, Namsos, Flatanger, Fosnes, Kolvereid, Næroy, Vikna and Leka., 210 pages, Latter Day Saints and Vester Heim in Madison, WI. B. Dahl N 19-30

Namdalen, Lokal historisk bibliographi over Namdalen, by Mimi Havig, Hovedoppgave ved Statens bibliotekskole,1979, 163 pages NAHA, St. Olaf college. Contains information about Nord Trøndelag, Namdalen, Flatanger, Fosnes, Grong, Høylandet, Leka, Lierne, Namsos, Namsskogan, Næroy, Overhalla, Røyrvik, and Vikna, with index to people, farms and parishes. B. Dahl N 19-30

Namdalseid, Bygd—Gard—Ætt, by the Sturla Brørs. Utgivar. Beitsaden Historielag, Published in Verdal, 1974. Contains information on the parish of Namdalseid, an annex of Beitstad. Photo copy, original at the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library, Concordia College, Moorhead, MN 56560. Inderøen District. 563 pages. B.Dahl N 16

Norway, Skandinaven Almanak og Kalender 1925, 191 pages photo copy, written in Norwegian, contains miscelaneous articles on Norway in 1925, on page 69 and 70 it lists settlements in the U.S. where large numbers of Tronders have immigrated to. Gift of Gary Flatgard, 2523 Portland Ave # 509, Minneapolis, MN 55404-4411 18/6/03

Norwegian Kings, and Vikings, and the Nobility of Norway. The Lars Løberg Talks, 46 pages, information given at the Norwegian Bygdelag Centenial, July, 1999 at Decorah, IA. B. Dahl

Nord Trøndelag, Norges Bebyggelse, Nordlige Seksjon, Herredsbindet for Nord-Trøndelag Søndre Del, by H.M. Fiskaa-H. Falck Myckland, 1979, Faglitteratur A/S, Trondheim. Similar to a postal address book with pictures of the farms and residential buildings of the Southern half of Nord Trondelag, includes these parishes, Frol, Skogn, Verran, Åsen, Leksvik, Frosta, Ytterøy, Mosvik, Skatval, Lånke, Hegra, Meråker, Stjørdal,and Levanger. Has index to owners of farms, and is excellent for finding current relatives . Some genealogy, 1008 pages. B. Dahl

Norde Trondhjems Amt, Gaardnavne I, by O. Rygh, 1903, 423 pages, with index, St. Olaf College, Luther College, gives the names of all the farms in Nord Trøndelag, with various spellings used during the past centuries. Photo copy. Trønderlag of America

Norse America, Tenth Century Onward, by W.R. Anderson, Ph.B., C.P.A. 1996 Documents evidence in America from 900 on, very interesting views on the first Norse in America. 199 pages. Donated to the Trønderlaget of America.

Norsk Local History, Bibliography, 1991, 1990, 1969-1989.

14

Document info
Document views236
Page views237
Page last viewedTue Jan 24 18:52:14 UTC 2017
Pages40
Paragraphs795
Words17717

Comments