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  • Maria Esaiasdatter Matti (1744 - 1786)
  • Jens Nielsen, Komagfjord (1748 - 1825)
    Gift første gang med Rachel Ellingsdatter 1770. Faren Niels og broren Anders var trolovere. Se Talvik sokneprestkontor, H/Ha/L0004kirke: Ministerialbok nr. 4, 1752-1772, s. 92 (nederst til venstre). Br...
  • Christina Clausdatter, "Kirsten" (c.1707 - 1781)
    ____________________________ Kommunikanter 2. Søndag etter påske 1739: "2) Kirsten Clausdatter i Skriver gaarden". Se Talvik sokneprestkontor, H/Ha/L0003kirke: Ministerialbok nr. 3, 1735-1752, s. 2...
  • Johan Petter Jarkko (1839 - 1878)
  • Fredrik Evensen (1857 - d.)

Talvik Locality Project

Genealogy project for Talvik, Norway

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Regional Locality Projects

Finnmark: Alta I Berlevåg I Båtsfjord I Gamvik I Hammerfest I Hasvik I Karasjok I Kautokeino I Kvalsund I Lebesby I Loppa I Måsøy I Nesseby I Nordkapp I Nord-Varanger I Polmak I Porsanger I Sør-Varanger I Sørøysund I Talvik I Tana I Vadsø I Vardø Kola Peninsula: Alakurtti I Apatity I Gadzhiyevo I Kandalaksha I Kildinstroy I Kirovsk I Kola I Kovdor I Lovozero I Mezhdurechye I Molochny I Monchegorsk I Murmansk I Murmashi I Notozero I Olenegorsk I Ostrovnoy I Polyarny I Polyarnye Zori I Pushnoy I Severomorsk I Snezhnogorsk I Teriberka I Tumanny I Tuloma I Umba I Ura-Guba I Varzuga I Vidyayevo I Verkhnetulomsky I Zaozyorsk I Zarechensk I Zelenoborsky Lapland: Alatornio I Enontekiö I Inari I Karunki I Kemi I Kemijärvi I Kemi rural municipality I Kittilä I Kolari I Muonio I Pelkosenniemi I Pello I Posio I Ranua I Rovaniemi I Salla I Savukoski I Simo I Sodankylä I Tervola I Tornio I Turtola I Utsjoki I Ylitornio I Norrbotten: Arjeplog I Arvidsjaur I Boden I Edefors I Gällivare I Haparanda I Hietaniemi I Hortlax I Jokkmokk I Jukkasjärvi I Junosuando I Karesuando I Karl Gustav-Karungi I Kiruna I Korpilombolo I Luleå town I Nederkalix I Nederluleå I Nedertorneå I Norrfjärden I Pajala I Piteå town I Piteå rural municipality I Råneå I Tärendö I Töre I Älvsbyn I Överkalix I Överluleå I Övertorneå I Pechenga: Korzunovo I Nikel I Pechenga I Songelsk I Zapolyarny Troms: Andørja I Astafjord I Balsfjord I Bardu I Berg I Bjarkøy I Dyrøy I Gratangen I Harstad I Helgøy I Hillesøy I Ibestad I Karlsøy I Kvæfjord I Kvænangen I Kåfjord I Lavangen I Lenvik I Lyngen I Malangen I Målselv I Nordreisa I Salangen I Sandtorg I Skjervøy I Skånland I Storfjord I Sørreisa I Torsken I Tranøy I Tromsø I Tromsøysund I Trondenes I Ullsfjorden I Øverbygd

Finland and Karelia

Finland and Karelia project

Introduction to Talvik

Alta-Talvik (or the historic: Alten-Talvig) is a former municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The 3,849-square-kilometre (1,486 sq mi) municipality existed from 1838 until its dissolution in 1863. It was located along the Altafjorden and the river Altaelva with the same borders as the present-day Alta Municipality. The administrative centre was the village of Alta (in 2000, the village was declared a town). The European route E6 highway runs through the area today.

History

The parish of Alten-Talvig was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). According to the 1835 census, the area had a population of 3,085.[3] In 1863, the municipality of Alten-Talvig was dissolved and its area was split to create two new municipalities: Alten (population: 2,442) in the south and Talvig (population: 1,938) in the north. The two municipalities lasted for 101 years independently. During the 1960s, there were many municipal mergers across Norway due to the work of the Schei Committee. On 1 January 1964, Talvik and Alta were merged back together to form the present-day Alta Municipality.

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alta-Talvik]

Talviks lokalitetsprosjekt

Slektsforskningsprosjekt for Talvik.

Talviks landsbyprosjekter

Ingen byprosjekt ennå.

Regionale lokalitetsprosjekter

Finnmark: Alta I Berlevåg I Båtsfjord I Gamvik I Hammerfest I Hasvik I Karasjok I Kautokeino I Kvalsund I Lebesby I Loppa I Måsøy I Nesseby I Nordkapp I Nord-Varanger I Polmak I Porsanger I Sør-Varanger I Sørøysund I Talvik I Tana I Vadsø I Vardø Kolahalvøya: Alakurtti I Apatity I Gadzjijevo I Kandalaksja I Kildinstroi I Kirovsk I Kola I Kovdor I Lovozero I Mezjduretsje I Molotsjnyi I Montsjegorsk I Murmansk I Murmasji I Notozero I Olenegorsk I Ostrovnoj I Poljarnyj I Poljarnye Zori I Pusjnoj I Severomorsk I Snezjnogorsk I Teriberka I Tumannyj I Tuloma I Umba I Ura-Guba I Varzuga I Vidjajevo I Verhnetulomskij I Zaoziorsk I Zaretsjensk I Zelenoborskij Lappland: Alatornio I Enontekiö I Inari I Karunki I Kemi I Kemijärvi I Kemi landkommune I Kittilä I Kolari I Muonio I Pelkosenniemi I Pello I Posio I Ranua I Rovaniemi I Salla I Savukoski I Simo I Sodankylä I Tervola I Tornio I Turtola I Utsjoki I Ylitornio I Norrbotten: Arjeplog I Arvidsjaur I Boden I Edefors I Gällivare I Haparanda I Hietaniemi I Hortlax I Jokkmokk I Jukkasjärvi I Junosuando I Karesuando I Karl Gustav-Karungi I Kiruna I Korpilombolo I Luleå stad I Nederkalix I Nederluleå I Nedertorneå I Norrfjärden I Pajala I Piteå stad I Piteå landkommune I Råneå I Tärendö I Töre I Älvsbyn I Överkalix I Överluleå I Övertorneå I Petsjenga: Korzunovo I Nikel I Petsjenga Songelsk I Zapoljarnyj Troms: Andørja I Astafjord I Balsfjord I Bardu I Berg I Bjarkøy I Dyrøy I Gratangen I Harstad I Helgøy I Hillesøy I Ibestad I Karlsøy I Kvæfjord I Kvænangen I Kåfjord I Lavangen I Lenvik I Lyngen I Malangen I Målselv I Nordreisa I Salangen I Sandtorg I Skjervøy I Skånland I Storfjord I Sørreisa I Torsken I Tranøy I Tromsø I Tromsøysund I Trondenes I Ullsfjorden I Øverbygd

Finland og Karelen

Finland og Karelen -prosjekt

Introduksjon til Talvik

Alta-Talvik (or the historic: Alten-Talvig) is a former municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The 3,849-square-kilometre (1,486 sq mi) municipality existed from 1838 until its dissolution in 1863. It was located along the Altafjorden and the river Altaelva with the same borders as the present-day Alta Municipality. The administrative centre was the village of Alta (in 2000, the village was declared a town). The European route E6 highway runs through the area today.

History

The parish of Alten-Talvig was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). According to the 1835 census, the area had a population of 3,085.[3] In 1863, the municipality of Alten-Talvig was dissolved and its area was split to create two new municipalities: Alten (population: 2,442) in the south and Talvig (population: 1,938) in the north. The two municipalities lasted for 101 years independently. During the 1960s, there were many municipal mergers across Norway due to the work of the Schei Committee. On 1 January 1964, Talvik and Alta were merged back together to form the present-day Alta Municipality.

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alta-Talvik]

Talmulahden paikkakuntaprojekti

Talmulahden sukututkimusprojekti.

Rekisteröidy paikkakuntaprojektin lisäksi suurempaan kokonaisuuteen, koko Suomen ja Karjalan sukupuuta rakentavaan Suomi ja Karjala -projektiin, sekä soveltuviin kyläprojekteihin (lista alla). Projekteihin liittyminen: kullakin projektisivulla klikkaa Toiminnot > Liity projektiin.

Talmulahden kyläprojekteja

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Alueen paikkakuntaprojekteja

Finnmark: Alattio I Etelä-Varanki I Gamvik I Hammerfest I Hasviika I Kaarasjoki I Kappa I Koutokeino I Lappea I Lebespyy I Moseija I Paattivuono I Pohjois-Varanki I Porsanki I Pulmanki I Päärlyvooki I Sørøysund I Talmulahti I Teno I Uuniemi I Valasnuora I Vesisaari I Vuoreija Kuolan niemimaa: Alakurtti I Apatiitti I Gadžijevo I Hiipinä I Kantalahti I Kildinstroi I Koutero I Kuola I Luujärvi I Mežduretšje I Molotšnyi I Montšegorsk I Murmansk I Murmaši I Nuorttijärvi I Olenegorsk I Ostrovnoi I Poljarnyi I Poljarnyje Zori I Pušnoi I Severomorsk I Snežnogorsk I Tumannyi I Turjanperä I Tuuloma I Umpi I Uura I Varzuga I Vidjajevo I Ylä-Tuuloma I Zaozjorsk I Zaretšensk I Zelenoborski Lappi: Alatornio I Enontekiö I Inari I Karunki I Kemi I Kemijärvi I Kemin maaseurakunta I Kittilä I Kolari I Muonio I Pelkosenniemi I Pello I Posio I Ranua I Rovaniemi I Salla I Savukoski I Simo I Sodankylä I Tervola I Tornio I Turtola I Utsjoki I Ylitornio I Norrbotten: Alakainuu I Alaluulaja I Alatornio I Arjeplog I Arvidsjaur I Boden I Edefors I Haaparanta I Hietaniemi I Hurttalahti I Jokimukka I Jukkasjärvi I Junosuvanto I Jällivaara I Kaaresuvanto I Karl Gustav-Karunki I Kiiruna I Korpilompolo I Luulajan kaupunki I Norrfjärden I Pajala I Piitimen kaupunki I Piitimen maalaiskunta I Rauna I Täräntö I Töre I Ylikainuu I Yliluulaja I Ylitornio I Älvsbyn I Petsamo: Korzunovo I Nikkeli I Petsamo I Suonikylä I Zapoljarnyi Tromssa: Andørja I Astafjord I Berg I Bjarkøy I Dyrøy I Gratangen I Harstad I Helgøy I Hillesøy I Ibestad I Kaivuono I Kalsa I Kierua I Kvæfjord I Lavangen I Lenvik I Malankivuono I Moskivuono I Målselv I Naavuono I Omasvuono I Paatsivuono I Perttula I Raisi I Raisivuono I Salangen I Sandtorg I Skånland I Torsken I Tranøy I Tromssa I Tromsøysund I Trondenes I Yykeä I Øverbygd

Suuremmat kokonaisuudet

Suomi ja Karjala -projekti

Johdanto Talmulahteen

Alta-Talvik (or the historic: Alten-Talvig) is a former municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The 3,849-square-kilometre (1,486 sq mi) municipality existed from 1838 until its dissolution in 1863. It was located along the Altafjorden and the river Altaelva with the same borders as the present-day Alta Municipality. The administrative centre was the village of Alta (in 2000, the village was declared a town). The European route E6 highway runs through the area today.

History

The parish of Alten-Talvig was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). According to the 1835 census, the area had a population of 3,085.[3] In 1863, the municipality of Alten-Talvig was dissolved and its area was split to create two new municipalities: Alten (population: 2,442) in the south and Talvig (population: 1,938) in the north. The two municipalities lasted for 101 years independently. During the 1960s, there were many municipal mergers across Norway due to the work of the Schei Committee. On 1 January 1964, Talvik and Alta were merged back together to form the present-day Alta Municipality.

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alta-Talvik]