This is a very good site and I have used it before and would also encourage anyone who has not checked it out to do so if you have ancestors who belong in this group. I found several good obits here to our line."
"Emibas and Emigranten Populär 2006 has different sources.
In Emibas the soursces are from the the churchboks, Emigranten from the Poliskammaren at the harbour. When the emigrants left he/she had to show the ticket to the Police in the harbour…"
"Bengt Fredricksson sent me some links to check out for something similar to Emibas.
It is "Emigranten Populär 2006", available from Riksarkivet. Does anyone know if it contains the same info as the Emibas Cd or is it more recent…"
Emibas--Does anyone know where to get a copy of the Cd's. I know they are not currently produced but would pay on a secondary market if I could find a copy. New or used! Cheri Hopkinsclchopkins@gmail.comSee More
Knislinge: no birth records before 1851, no household before 1861
Hjarsas: no birth before 1898, no household before 1861
I suspect that "Rutting" could have been the soldier name which the father may have kept as many did. You…"
"Your Swedish Roots is the best one to start learning from and takes you through step by step. Cradled in Sweden is more technical but has information that is not readily available elsewhere. I recommend that you splurge and get them both if possible…"
"Sonja, Yes, Cradled in Sweden is available and excellent, as is Your Swedish Roots. The two "Bibles" for Swedish study. I have a good map of the Skaraborg Parishes, but you still will need to have some knowledge of where in that county…"
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I research mainly in Floby Parish and surrounding Parish areas of Skaraborgs Lan and also some in Loftahammar, Kalmar Lan Sweden. My blog, Those Old Memories often has stories and pics of Swedish ancestors or research.
Hi: I see that you are interested in the Harshbarger line. I have a database of over 12,000 names. If I can help you find any info, just let me know. I would love to add the info you may have to my database also. I have been trying for about 30 years to tie together the five known Harshbarger men that came to the US.