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Great saying in this puzzle.
What a small world! My dad came from Lulea, and his birth records might be in the Lutheran church in Lulea.
Thanks Huggerman.handshake

The population registration in Sweden was originally maintained by the Church of Sweden, on the orders of the crown, and it remained the duty of the church until 1991.
Population registration in Sweden (Swedish: folkbokföring) is the civil registration of vital events (e.g. births, deaths, and marriages) of the inhabitants of Sweden. The data is kept in the population registry (folkbokföringsregister) and is administered by the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket).
I’m sure you’ll find information about your father at the Swedish Tax Agency.
The Church of Sweden (Lutheran) divorced from the state 1991. Most people are still members of the church and pay taxes to the church (approximately 1% of my income).

Do you understand Swedish? Just curious, since your dad was from Sweden.

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