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A ‘insidder. was the designation of one who was in the service of a farmer, or smallholder, and rented a house of him. The church owned a lot of land and houses. Many where church ‘insidder’
A ‘Sognefoged’ was before the reform in 1970, one of the county magistrate designated person, who was authorized to exercise limited police authority. From 1873 to 1924 the ‘Sognefoged' where also responsible for keeping servants protocol. These were all servants registered when they moved to or from the parish. While he endorsed their conduct book. Before 1873 this function performed by the parish priest who led the church book and outlet lists. After 1924 the function where performed by the National Register.