Kansallisbiografia

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Suomen Kansallisbiografia (English: The National Biography of Finland) is a collection of 6,000 biographies of individuals and families who have made important contributions to the development of Finnish society.[1][2]

Families in the National Biography of Finland[edit]

From the time of the Swedish era (1249–1809)[edit]

Adlercreutz (1600–), Aeimelaeus (1500–), Alanus (1600–), Alfthan (1600–), Alopaeus (1600–), Aminoff (1600–), Anna Jönsdotter (1500–1700), Antell (1500–), Armfelt (1600–), Assersson (1300–1600), Autuisten (1400–1500), Avellan (1600–), Balk (1300–1500), Banér (1400–1700), Becker (1700–), Bergbom (1700–), Bergh (1700–), Bergroth (1700–), Berner (1600–), Bielke (1200–), Bitz (1300–1600), Björkenheim (1700–), Björkstén (1700–), Björnberg (1600–), Blomstedt (1600–), Blåfield (1400–), Boije (1400–), Boisman (1400–), Bonsdorff (1600–), Borenius (1600–), Borg (1700–), Borgström (1700–), Brander (1600–), Bremer (1700–), Brenner (1500–), Brofeldt (1600–), Brotherus (1600–), Brunou (1700–), Bruun (1600–), Böste (14th century), Cajander (1700–), Cajanus (1600–), Calamnius (1500–), Camenaea, Beata (K 1699), Carpelan (1400–), Carstenius (1600–), Castrén (1600–), Cedercreutz (1600–), Chydenius (1700–), Collan (1600–), Colliander (1600–), Creutz (1400–), Cygnaeus (1700–), De la Gardie (1500–1800), de Pont (1700–), Diekn (1300–1600), Donner (1600–), Dufva (1400–1700), Ehrnrooth (1500–), Ehrström (1700–), Ekestubbe (1500–1900), Elfving (1700–), Enckell (1600–), Ervast (1700–), Estlander (1600–), Europaeus (1700–), Fabritius (1600–), Falander (1500–), Fellman (1500–), Fieandt, von (1600–), Fincke (1300–1700), Fleming (1300–1800), Flög (1300–1500), Forbus (1500–1700), Fordell (1400–), Forselius (1600–), Forsius (1600–), Forsman (1500–), Fortelius (1600–), Franzén (1600–), Frenckell (1700–), Frille (1300–1600), Frosterus (1500–), Furuhjelm (1700–), Garp (1300–1500), Gedda (16th century), Granfelt (1500–), Gripenberg (1600–), Grotenfelt (1600–), Gummerus (1600–), Haartman (1600–), Hackman (1600–), Heideman, von (1600–), Heikel (1700–), Hellenius (1600–), Hemming (1500–1600), Herttua (1400–1700), Heurlin (1600–), Hirn (1600–), Hjelt (1600–), Holsti (1600–), Homén (1700–), Horn (1300–), Hornborg (1600–), Hulkkonen (16th–17th century), Hällström (1700–), Hästesko (1500–), Idman (1600–), Ignatius (1600–), Ille (1400–1600), Ingman (1600–), Jaenisch (1700–1900), Johansson–Kaila (1700–), Julin, von (1700–), Juusten, Anna (K 1642), Jägerhorn (1300–), Järnefelt (1600–), Kihlman (1700–), Kilpi (1500–), Knorring, von (1500–), Konow, von (1600–), Kottarainen (1300–1600), Kraemer, von (1500–), Krogius (1600–), Krohn (1700–), Kurck (1300–2000), Ladau (1500–), Lagus (1500–), Lang (1500–), Lavonius (1600–), Leijonhufvud (1300–), Lepaan (1400–1600), Lilius (1500–), Lindelöf (1400–), Lithovius (1500–), Luukela (1400–), Malm (1600–), Malmberg (1700–), Mannerheim (1600–), Mathesius (1500–1900), Meinander (1600–), Melartopaeus (1500–), Meurman (1600–), Molander (1500–), Munck af Fulkila (1500–), Munsterhjelm (1600–), Mustakallio (1700–), Neovius (1700–), Nordenskiöld (1600–), Nordenswan (1700–), Nordman (1700–), Nyberg (1500–), Nycopensis (1600–), Nylander (1500–), Näyhä (1400–1600), Orraeus (1600–), Palander (1600–), Palmén (1600–), Palmgren (1700–), Parviainen (1500–), Pennainen (1400–1600), Pipping (1500–), Poikon (1400–1600), Poppius (1500–), Procopé (1500–), Pölväjä (1300–1700), Qvist (1700–), Ramsay (1100–), Rehbinder (1600–), Rein (1600–), Rengosson (14th century), Renvall (1700–), Reuter (1600–), Roos (1600–), Rosenbröijer (1500–), Rosenlew (1600–), Ross (1100–1900), Runeberg (1600–), Ruuth (1500–), Sacklén (1600–), Sandelin (1700–), Sanmark (1700–), Saxén (1700–), von Schantz, von (1600–), Schauman (1600–), Schildt (1500–), Schultén, af (1600–), Sederholm (1600–), Serlachius (1600–), Simelius (1600–), Sirelius (1700–), Sjöstedt (1600–), Skelge (1300–1500), Skytte (1400–1600), Sluk (1300–1600), Snellman (1600–), Sovelius (1600–), Spåre (1300–), Stackelberg (1600–), Standertskjöld (1700–), Stenbäck (1600–), Stenius (1500–), Stigulf Ragvaldinpojan (1300–1500), Stjernvall (1600–), Streng (1600–), Strömmer (1600–), Ståhlberg (1700–), Stålarm (1400–1700), Sursill (1400–), Svärd (1300–1500), Särkilahti (1300–1700), Takku (1400–1800), Tallqvist (1500–), Tavast (1400–), Tawaststjerna (1600–), Thesleff (1500–), Tigerstedt (1500–), Tolpo (1600–), Toppelius (1600–), Tott (1400–1700), Troil, von (1700–), Tudeer (1600–), Törnudd (1700–), Tötterman (1700–), Villilän (1200–1500), Virmailan (1400–), Vuolteen (1400–1600), Wacklin (1600–1900), Wallenius (1500–), Wasenius (1600–), Wegelius (1600–), Wetterhoff (1700–), Wichmann (1700–), Willebrand, von (1500–), Winter (1600–), Wrede (1200–), Wright, von (1700–), Zilliacus (1600–)

From the time of the Grand Duchy of Finland (1809–1917)[edit]

Ahlström (1800–), Ahmavaara (1800–), Alanen (1800–), de la Chapelle (1800–), Erkko (1800–), Fazer (1800–), Flodin (1800–), Frey (1800–), Genetz (1700–), Hallman (1700–), Hallstén-Kallia (1800–), Hannikainen (1700–), Itkonen (1800–), Reenpää (1800–), Relander (1600–), Sanmark (1800–), Starckjohann (1800–), Stenberg (1700–), Stiller (1800–), Stockmann (1800–), Tengström (1600–), Törnqvist (1600–), Vitikkala (1700–), Åkerman (1700–)

From the time of the Republic of Finland (1917–)[edit]

Helkama (1900–), Palo (1900–), Ranin (1900–), Rinne (1900–), Roine (1900–), Sanmark (1900–), Simonen (1800–)

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