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Looking for a childhood friend

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Marmi
post 27.Nov.2010, 08:50 AM
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Location: Not in Sweden
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QUOTE (Garry Jones @ 22.Nov.2010, 02:27 AM) *
...I have the Swedish death book (available for downloading online) with all death certificates of everyone who died in Sweden between 1 jan 1950 and 31 december 2009. It list ... (show full quote)

Do you by any chance have a link to the Swedish death book? I've tried Google, but can't seem to get a good hit.

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Johno
post 27.Nov.2010, 11:24 AM
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Joined: 23.Jul.2008

Garry being the fount of all knowledge including things electrical just might be wrong. But you can buy a copy of the newly released 1901-2009 Dödbok on cd from http://genealogi.netrix.se/shop/ Not cheap though I have bought one for family history research purposes.
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Bettyinsweden
post 28.Nov.2010, 10:07 AM
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Location: Norrtälje
Joined: 19.Mar.2006

www.familysearch.org has the information from the old death book 1947-2003 (not sure of the end there.) From that cd they have conpiled births, deaths, and marriages. You have to search by names. I "think" they also have information from the 1890 census (Befolkning) cd.

Also available for purchase is 1880,1890,1900 ,1970, 1980 as well as Begravda i Sverige and Stockholm. There are also cds available for different parts of Stockholm, Kalmar län, etc. And for searching in Southern Sweden look at DDSS.

If you need a lookup for a few names, I will do it, as I have all the cds, as well as ongoing subscriptions to the on line church books. To look for anyone in the church books you need dates and parish as well as the names.
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