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[#69965] Stillbirth information in parish registers

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Guest AJ Halla
LenkeThe 4th child on page 2, Anders Olsen, does the 'd' in the intro. column indicate a stillbirth or that he didn't live more than a few days? 3 days? I know in some registers there is a separate section for stillborns, but I'm curious what the -- means before the name and the 'd' in the intro column.Thanks!

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Guest Margaret Miller

I can't get the link to work. Try again?

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Guest Yngve Nedrebø

No, unfortunately not. You will need to copy a permanent link, or tell us the name of the parish, the volume and on what page.

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Guest AJ Halla

Sorry, not sure why the link isn't working but I'm looking in (Hedmark) Vinger Parish Records, register #2; births; 1818; page 2. He is the fourth child on page 2.Thank you!

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Guest Stig Nyberg

No, the date in the 'Introd' column tells when the mother was reintroduced by the priest to the church community. This usually took place approximately 6 weeks after the birth. This 'Introduction' was earlier practised in protestant countries.

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Guest AJ Halla

Thanks so much for the help, I thought he might have died after 3 days but just thought I would double-check.

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Guest Margaret Miller

So in the link in innlegg 7, it says 'Ole Haagensen Braates hustru Anne Andersdtr. (introduced) etter hjemmedobt 3 dager gammel Barn Anders' Here the wife was introduced and it says her son was baptised at home 3 days old.From the second link in innlegg 7 you can see that Anders died that same day 3 days old. You can't tell that he died in the first link. Just to try to make it clearer.

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