How to use the Swedish Death records Among the most important genealgoy records are the Death records. So let's have a look at how to read them. First, some background. Like most records used for family history, the Swedish Death records were kept by the Church of Sweden. They can look a
One out of five Swedish emigrants came from Småland. It’s a province (landskap) in the south of Sweden. Many know Småland as the birth location of their ancestor and don’t have any other clues. So let’s have a look at Småland! The Smålander – clever or greedy? “By nature, the Smålander is
Soldier Karl Magnus Berglund from Jönköping regiment I 12 with his wife Hulda Emilia Sundell and children. The soldier croft is still there, outside Gränna in Jönköping County.
Gränna, Jönköping County in Småland around 1920. Fruit trees are still grown in Gränna on the slopes towards Vättern.
Children on the road between Tranås and lilla Rud [Lilla Ryd?] in Småland.