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Murray Rystead

Mortgage Books - Bumerke???

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Murray Rystead


I know finding bumerke is very difficult and I have been told that only the original texts or family would have this info. Very rare.

But I stumbled upon this section of the digital archives. Mortgage, deeds registry.


of contents ....  https://media.digitalarkivet.no/en/tl/pbok/browse?municipalities[]=0940&start_year=&end_year=&place

Is it possible that Olav Olsson Nomeland's    (1672-1735)    bumerke is in here????

I'm curious about his father's Olav Knutsson Nomeland   (1644-1708).

Tarjei Knutsson Uppstad  (1781-1860)

Knut Tarjeisson Helle  (1827-1881)  

I have trouble reading old writing let alone Norwegian. Any help would be much appreciated.



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Ivar S. Ertesvåg

convenient to connect the topics:  https://forum.arkivverket.no/topic/233228-olav-olsson-nomeland-1672-1735/


The protocol contains copies of the original documents. Bumerke are convenient to copy, like handwriting.

Seals, for those who had, are not convenient to copy. In the protocol, these are indicated by an encircled "L.S." (locus sigilli, location of the seal)


Yes it is possible. It is not sure.


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