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Find your Swedish ancestry

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Johan Gronberg is a professional genealogist in Sweden doing genealogy research for clients from all over the world. Johan has university degrees in history, sociology, journalism, ethnology and political science and has over 15 years of experience as a genelogist. If you need help to trace your Swedish ancestors and to help you find living relatives in Sweden, Johan is the professional genealogist you should contact.

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Legacy Tree Genealogists, Inc.

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  • Starting at $350 USD

Founded in 2004, Legacy Tree Genealogists enjoys the highest client ratings in the world. We are a professional genealogy research company that serves clients worldwide. We are based near the world's largest family history library, with easy access to millions of records, and we also work with hundreds of onsite researchers around the globe. Visit us at https://legacytree.com or read client reviews at https://www.facebook.com/legacytree/reviews

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Scandinavian Genealogical Research Center

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  • Kim Melchior PO Box 2412 Salt Lake City, Utah 84110 USA
  • 001 435-531-6767
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  • 1982

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  • I am a native Dane now living in Utah. I have done Scandinavian (Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish) research for clients for the last 30 years, and have a great working knowledge of records available from these 4 countries.
  • I obtained accreditation in Danish research through the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1982 and in Swedish research in 1986.

Emigrant Lists for European Ancestors

An overview of the Hamburg Emigration lists – direct and indirect – why these are useful for researching your European ancestors.


Danish Census and Emigration

The earliest census in Denmark predates those in the British Isles - an overview of this valuable resource for Denmark and Schleswig-Holstein. Also covers the Copenhagen Police Records of Emigration.


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