I've used these records before on microfilm, but there is no doubt that the digital access is preferred. Searches can even be conducted using only the names of the parents.
Samuel's entry was indexed under the last name of Sund--which was his father's last name at the time he was born. Samuel was an immigrant to Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, where he used the last name of Johnson consistently.
When searching the Swedish records, one needs to be aware of the possibility that the last name "we have" for the person might not be the last name they were born with or the last name that appears in the index.
One can even search based just upon the name of the parents or other parameters as shown in the image below:
I'm working on translating the headings and the entry. Readers are free to post comments to this post regarding the headings and the entry itself.
This is a really helpful database for Swedish researchers.
Users of the database are reminded to check for completeness in the region of interest and be aware of spelling variations and transcription issues.