New Norwegian Census Records Added (1891, 1900, 1910) on MyHeritage March 14, 2019

I meant to post this the other day, but it slipped through the cracks.

New Norwegian Census Records Added (1891, 1900, 1910): https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/03/new-norwegian-census-records-added/ 6.8 million records.

Search the Norwegian collections now

With the release of these new collections, MyHeritage now offers approximately 34 million historical records from Norway, including census, baptism, marriage, and burial records. As the Scandinavian market leader for family history research and DNA testing, MyHeritage also offers 136 million records from neighboring Sweden and 105 million records from Denmark. MyHeritage is the only major genealogy company to provide its services and full customer support in all three Scandinavian languages, as well as in Finnish, and offers the greatest potential for new family history discoveries for anyone with Scandinavian origins. It also has the largest user base in Scandinavia and the largest collection of Scandinavian family trees.

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Here is more information on these collections:

1891 Norway Census

Census conducted on January 1, 1891, providing information on every living person in Norway at that time, as well as sailors on Norwegian ships at home ports or abroad. All records have an accompanying digital image. 2,064,661 records Not Exclusive Search collection now

1900 Norway Census

Contains similar information collected in the 1891 census with expanded survey information. Most records have an accompanying digital image. 2,313,871 records Not Exclusive Search collection now

1910 Norway Census

The most recent census available due to Norwegian privacy laws. Contains full birth dates for most people. 2,474,627 records Not Exclusive Search collection now

 

 

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