Århus Kommunes Biblioteker - Aarhus town library - Local History
- Land registration plot numbers and modern street numbers.
- Burgess Rolls for Aarhus from 1750-1862
- marriages from 1760-1870 in the parishes of the former Aarhus County with 37.666 names
- Short encyclopedic articles about Aarhus
- Censuses database 1787, 1801, 1834, 1845 and 1860 Aarhus amt
- database of old historical photos free of copyright
- Extracts from the local historical archives in the Aarhus area.
Søn- og helligdage i vielsesdataene the latin names of holy days in the old church calender used in parish registers around 1800
Danish / English glossary from census and marriage documents: the county of Aarhus, Denmark
Danish names The 10 most common family names in Denmark in 1971 and 1999 - Surname categories: patronymic, occupational, nickname or place name and also matronymic
the official spelling of Danish place names today: Autoriserede stednavne i Danmark, Udgivet af Stednavneudvalget og autoriseret af Kulturministeriet
Census on CD ROM Folketællinger på cdrom
Danish Census Source transcription project Kildeindtastninger
Overview of all transcribed census records amd work in progress
Userguide: To get to the maps showing transcribed parishes, click on the square for the desired year and county in the table.
To check any base search JENSEN or JENS JENSEN to see if it is working,
in english we would use SMITH or JOHN SMITH.
One of the organisers - Lars Jørgen Helbo's Homepage
"I am also taking part in the big project of entering all Danish census-records from the years 1787 to 1916"
Rigsarkivet - Slætsforskning: "Practical information about the Danish National Archives"
Oversigtskort SSF - Sammenslutningen af Slægtshistoriske Foreninger
A clickable map of Denmark showing Family History Societies
and a list of addresses and emails SSF - tilsluttede slægtshistoriske foreninger
Facts about genealogy in Denmark:
"This article from 1970 is basic information for anyone who endeavours to make research in Denmark."
Various Naming Customs: "Additional surnames appear in Denmark besides patronymic surnames"
HGS: 1700 Census Project: "By order of 19 Oct 1700 a list was to be made of all men in Denmark (most lists seem to be dated December 1700 or January 1701).
It included statistical columns listing a mark for age brackets over 18, 14-18, 10-14, 5-10, and 1-5 as a way of finding out how many men the government could count on in the case of a war.
The 1700 census of men includes a listing of all men by household, giving the property appraisal (hartkorn), the name of the head, his age, all those men in his household, their relationships and occupations, and their ages.
The 1700 census appears to have also been taken in Norway, Iceland, and other areas under Danish rule and many of these have been transcribed and published."
more on Mandtalslister men-countng-lists
And follow the money trail Skattemandtalslister tax collectors lists.
and I use this too - especialy for hamlet and farm names not in the base above.
An on-line database, containing app. 56.000 Danish place names with info about Parish, Community and County.:
To use in English click on "the Canadian flag - which is meant as a greeting to our family in Alberta!"
PARISH REGISTER in Danish is kirkebog which means church-book
Google Search: kirkebog - OR - Google Search English pages : kirkebog
Parish registers on diskette Kirkebøger på diskette
SSF - Sammenslutningen af Slægtshistoriske Foreninger Umbrella Organisation for Family History Societies in Denmark
Samfundet for dansk genealogi og PersonalhistorieThe Society for Danish Genealogy and Biography
DIS-Danmark - Databehandling i Slægtsforskning Society for Data Processing in Family History research
Editor: Michael Bach, Rolfsvej 14, 3.tv., 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark E-mail