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How to Help with This Project
- If you have not already done so, you must register as an indexing volunteer. To register and to download and install the indexing program, click here for the indexing home page. Click Get Started, and follow the instructions on the page.
- After you register, click the Begin Indexing link on the indexing home page, and sign in to the indexing program with your username and password. Then click Download Batch, and select this project name from the list. To see the project name on the list, you may need to select Show all projects at the top of the Download Batch window.
Sample Images (This is not an all inclusive list.)
Skill Level: Intermediate
- This project is recommended for volunteers who are familiar with the indexing process and comfortable using various system features.
Characteristics and Description
- These church records were handwritten and may be difficult to read.
- This project has three main types of records: births and baptisms, banns and marriages, and deaths and burials.
- It will require careful scrutiny of the records to determine the type because there are many formats, including paragraph formats and table formats.
- Columns, when they exist, do not always have headings to define the contents.
- The order of information for the fields to be indexed varies from record to record.
- Each batch has just one image, with up to 50 records per image.
- Each record has up to 19 fields to index.
- No highlights are available for this project.
- The completed index for this project will be freely accessible online to the general public when the collection is published. The images will be stored on the Riksarkivet SVAR website. Authenticated users will have free access to view the images from the FamilySearch Records Search pilot site. Nonauthenticated users will be charged to see the images. Authenticated users include active indexers, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and patrons at any of the Church's 4,600 family history centers.