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FamilySearch.org and Ancestry.com Updates and Additions FamilySearch.org Argentina Argentina, Baptisms, 1645-1930 Argentina, Santa Fe, Catholic Church Records, 1634-1975 Austria Austria, Seigniorial Records, 1537-1888 Isle of Man Isle of Man, Parish Registers, 1598-1950 Italy Italy, Benevento, Arcidiocesi di Benevento, Catholic Church Records, 1575-1908 Italy, Como, Como, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1929 Italy, Cosenza, Rossano, Civil Registration … Continue reading
To coincide with the return of Commander Chris Hadfield from the international space station, Ancestry.ca has announced that he is 6th cousin to british actor Benedict Cumberbatch who is starring as the villain in Star Trek Into Darkness. Chris Hadfield’s role being based in reality, Benedict Cumberbatch’s based in fantasy, they both explore the frontier … Continue reading
FamilySearch.org Brazil Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Immigration Cards, 1900-1965 Canada Quebec Notarial Records, 1800-1900 Dominican Republic Dominican Republic, Civil Registration, 1801-2010 Guatemala Guatemala, Civil Registration, 1877-2008 Honduras Honduras, Catholic Church Records, 1633-1978 Italy Italy, Frosinone, Settefrati, Civil Registration (Comune), 1866-1929 Italy, Macerata, Macerata, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1929 Italy, Napoli, Pomigliano d’Arco, Military Conscriptions (Comune), 1898-1929 … Continue reading
FamilySearch.org Australia Australia, Tasmania, Civil Registration, 1803-1933 Brazil Brazil, Civil Registration, 1870-2012 Brazil, Mato Grosso, Civil Registration, 1848-2012 Brazil, Parish and Diocesan Records Brazil, Piauí, Civil Registration, 1875-2012 Germany Germany, Prussia, Pomerania Church Records, 1544-1945 Italy Italy, Bari, Trani, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1910 Italy, Caserta, Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Civil Registration (Tribunale), … Continue reading
EXTRA! EXTRA! Now’s your chance to find those elusive marriage records for your long lost ancestors. International Marriage Records have been accessible for free from April 16th to April 21st at Ancestry.com.
A good portion of the burial records will be from the Civil War, and this indexing project between the Veterans’ Administration and Ancestry.com will provide invaluable documentation for those researching their genealogy and family trees. These handwritten burial records from the US Army span the period from 1862 to 1960. Scanned in high resolution, the … Continue reading
Sometimes when I stop to think about the sheer volume of work that has gone into transcribing and entering records for genealogy research, I can’t believe how much has been done, much less how much is being done in short periods of time. The impressive part of this is that the majority of this data … Continue reading