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Bev Needham

The Archives in Stavanger provided a reference for slide/folio for death records for my Great Grandparents that lived in Stavanger.  

I need instructions on how to access these records from the Digital Archives.

 

I will be in Stavanger for one day in August.   If I came to the Archive, could I get assistance in locating the death and probate records for my Great Grandparents?

 

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Kristian Hunskaar (Arkivverket)
3 timer siden, Bev Needham skrev:

The Archives in Stavanger provided a reference for slide/folio for death records for my Great Grandparents that lived in Stavanger.  

I need instructions on how to access these records from the Digital Archives.

 

It would be easier to give instructions if you provide us with the reference.

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Kristian Hunskaar (Arkivverket)
14 minutter siden, Bev Needham skrev:

Attached are the two files I am looking for.

 

I am trying to determine the cause of death for each of my Great Grandparents.   I would also like to find out where they were buried.

 

Both references are for churchbook no. A 31 for Domkirken parish in Stavanger, which you will find among the scanned churchbooks: https://media.digitalarkivet.no/en/kb/browse?clerical_parishes[]=1103P2&start_year=&end_year=&text=

 

Click "First page", then fill in the page number (page = side or folio) and press enter. Be aware that "185b-186a" is simplified to "186" in the scanned churchbook: https://www.digitalarkivet.no/kb20060518050448

 

Also, "192b-193a" is simplified to "193": https://www.digitalarkivet.no/kb20060518050455

 

 

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Bev Needham

Thank you very much for your assistance    I was able to find the records and will find assistance in translating them

 

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Bev Needham

I will be in Stavanger on Monday, August 15th.    Would there be someone available at the Archives to assist me in translating the Church Records?   Do I need an appointment to come to the Archives?

 

 https://www.digitalarkivet.no/kb20060518050448      https://www.digitalarkivet.no/kb2006051805045.

 

I am trying to determine the details surrounding the death of Guttorm and Anna Eiane.    I have not been able to translate the documents myself.

 

I would like to know where Guttorm was when he died, the cause of death for both Guttorm and Anna and what happened after their deaths.   I have been in contact with a relative who says there were no graves for either.     The family has very little information about them as they passed when they were very young and their children were raised by their grandparents.  

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Kristian Hunskaar (Arkivverket)

You don't need an appointment, but you may still contact the Archive in Stavanger by e-mail: lesesal.stavanger@arkivverket.no

 

The Church Records doesn't state exactly where Guttorm and Anna was by the time of their deaths, but their address was Kalhammeren 34 (as it was in the 1910 Census: https://www.digitalarkivet.no/census/person/pf01036615009717).

 

I can't read Guttorm's cause of death exactly letter by letter, but I read "Tub...(?) pulm.", which should be pulmonary tuberculosis. I read Anna's cause of death as "Cancer uteri", i.e. uterine cancer.

 

As they died more than 100 years ago, it is not strange if their graves are gone.

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