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Ancestry.com announced in its most recent member newsletter that the Swedish church
records from Genline, the Swedish genealogy website
Ancestry.com purchased last summer, have now become part
of Ancestry.com’s online databases (they’re still available on Genline).
The records, dating from 1500 to 1937, comprise nearly 18 million images scanned from
microfilm and microfiche of the original church records. The collection includes births,
baptisms, marriages, deaths, burials, household examinations (akin to censuses), parish
books, moving-ins and moving-outs.