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Vännäs kommun is located in southern part of province Västerbotten. Part of the kommun is located in province Ångermanland but all of it is in Västerbottens län.
Pop 11 447 (1981), 7 980 (1945). Central town:
Vännäs (previously köping), pop (19). One socken only, named Vännäs.
    Map of parishes AC län
Topic Name Description Link L
General SCB# 2460      
Kommun Kommun home page Current and historical info   S
History Parish created 1825 from part of Umeå landsförsamling. In 1928 Vännäs village was declared a köping. Pop in 1945: 7 980, including 2 755 in Vännäs köping. Also includes village Vännäsby, previously municipalsamhälle, pop 870 (1945)
Churches Descriptions (RAÄ) Swedish state church buildings   S
Culture Cultural heritage Many photos at kommun site >Go> S
Specific Guides      
Local sites      
Specific Sources      
Emigrants From Tobacka village to Northern America. All born in Vännäs parish:
Surname Given Names Born on Leaves on Title/Remark
ERSSON WÄNNMAN Erik 1822-08-01 1870-11-24 Fältjägare
HANSDOTTER Brita Lotta 1822-03-31 1870-11-24 Married
ERIKSSON WÄNNMAN Erik 1846-08-26 1869-05-18 Bondeson, unmarried
WÄNNMAN Jonas 1853-08-31 1870-11-24 Fältjägareson, unmarried
WÄNNMAN Anna Sofia 1858-09-29 1870-11-24 Fältjägaredotter, unmarried
WÄNNMAN Helena 1863-12-06 1870-11-24 Fältjägaredotter, unmarried
ÅBERG Johan 1860-02-02 1892-06-04 Bonde, married
GRANBERG Ida Albertina 1875-07-12 1892-06-08 Piga, oä, unmarried
Census 1890   Select "English" then "Västerbotten" >Go> B
Family Data Stefan A Nilsson Several people from Vännäs >Go> S
Family Data Stefan A Nilsson Story about a woman who murdered her child >Go> S

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