Karen wants to know whether her relative Charlotta Larsdotter stayed in the parish where other relatives lived, and whether various family stories about her can be confirmed.
Dari can’t find her great-great-grandmother Charlotte in the Swedish records, but a hint about Charlotte’s nephew breaks down the brick wall
Cheryl has a long list of questions about interpreting Swedish church records. This is a great one to follow along and learn how to fully understand the meaning of various record types.
Lolly is an intermediate researcher and wants to confirm that she has extracted all available information from very old records (late 1600’s). Kjell also sheds light on the terms sockenman and gives guidance on finding living relatives in Sweden.
Katherine wants to better understand the details on a single Household Examination Record. This case study is an excellent example of what a single record can contain and what it reveals as far as embedded clues for further research.
Cousins Ralph and Carl are working together and their shared ancestors. They confirm one ancestor is a soldier and find the parish of origin for another.