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Kommun
(commune)

Närke

Örebro
Örebro kommun is located in centre part of province Närke in Örebro län.
Pop 116 969 (1981). Central city:
Örebro, pop  (1981).
 
Socknar
Almby Asker Axberg Brevens bruk Dylta bruksfg Edsberg
Eker Ervalla Glanshammar Gräve Gällersta Hackvad
Hidinge Hovsta Kil Knista Kräcklinge Kvistbro
Kälkesta Lillkyrka Lillkyrka-Ödeby Längbro Lännäs Mellösa
Mikael Mosjö Nikolai Norrbyås Olaus Petri Ringkarleby
Rinkaby Riseberga Stora Mellösa Svea Trängkår Tysslinge Tångeråsa
Täby Vintrosa Ånsta Ödeby Örebro Nikolai Örebro norra
Örebro Olaus Petri Örebro södra       grey=ceased
Topic Name Description Link L
General SCB# 1880      
Kommun Home page Current and historical info   S
Facts        
Churches Descriptions (RAÄ) Swedish state church buildings   S
Specific Guides      
Örebro län Forskarkällan Very rich site. Most socknar in Örebro län. RECOMMENDED >Go> S
Local sites      
Örebro Nikolai SCB# 188001. Original name: Örebro.
1913-01-01: Split off
Örebro norra and renamed Örebro södra.
1921-05-01: Renamed Örebro Nikolai
Örebro Olaus Petri SCB# 188002.
1913-01-01: Created as Örebro norra from part of
Örebro.
Längbro SCB# 188003. Split off Mikael parish on 1977-01-01.
Almby SCB# 188004.
Mosjö SCB# 188005.
Täby SCB# 188006.
Vintrosa SCB# 188007. Until 1921-04-29 also named Vinteråsa.
Tysslinge SCB# 188008.
Brevens bruk No separate church records - see Axberg. Had its own priest 1833-1928.
Dylta bruksfg In 1575 separated from Axberg as kapellförsamling, 1819 again included in Axberg.
Eker On 1954-01-01 absorbed by Längbro.
Gräve SCB# 188009.
Kil SCB# 188010. Do not confuse with Kil, kommun and town in Värmland.
Ervalla SCB# 188011.
Axberg SCB# 188012. In 1819 absorbed Dylta bruksfg.
Hovsta SCB# 188013. Older spelling Hofsta.
Lännäs SCB# 188014.
Asker SCB# 188015. Towns: Asker, Odensbacken.
1865-11-14: Absorbed Forsbro from Västra Vingåker parish in Södermanlands län.
Parish info (Stefan Nilsson)
Several emigrants (blacksmiths) Ex: Klingberg
Mellösa SCB# 188016. Renamed to Stora Mellösa on 1920-06-18.
Stora Mellösa SCB# 188016. Before 1920-06-18 named Mellösa.
Norrbyås SCB# 188017.
Gällersta SCB# 188018.
Hidinge SCB# 188019.
Knista SCB# 188020.
Kräcklinge SCB# 188021. Until 1940 spelled Kräklinge
Hackvad SCB# 188022.
Edsberg SCB# 188023. Previously named Riseberga and later Kälkesta.
Kälkesta SCB# 188023. Old name for Edsberg.
Riseberga SCB# 188023. Old name for Edsberg.
Tångeråsa SCB# 188024.
Kvistbro SCB# 188025.
Rinkaby SCB# 188026. Until 1927-10-22 named Ringkarleby.
Glanshammar SCB# 188027.
Lillkyrka-Ödeby SCB# 188029. 1981-01-01: Created by joining Lillkyrka and Ödeby.
Lillkyrka SCB# 188029. On 1981-01-01 absorbed Ödeby, creating Lillkyrka-Ödeby.
Ödeby On 1981-01-01 absorbed by Lillkyrka, creating Lillkyrka-Ödeby.
Mikael SCB# 188030. 1977-01-01: Created from part of Längbro.
Svea Trängkår "Virtual parish", i.e. no specific geographical area. Composed of people connected to this regiment.
Created 1885 as Trängbataljonen in Stockholm, 1891 renamed Svea trängbataljon, 1902 renamed Första Svea trängkår, 1905 renamed Svea trängkår. In Oct 1907 moved to Örebro city. Dissolved on 1927-04-30.
Ånsta Also spelled Ånnesta. On 1954-01-01 absorbed by Längbro.
Specific Sources      
Church Books Kumla Släktforskarklubb Births: Edsberg, Hidinge,Knista, Vintrosa >Go> S
Family Data Stefan Nilsson Asker parish >Go> S

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