Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Added or Updated Record Collections on MyHeritage - 1 August 2017

I'm going to have a monthly post about the new and updated record collections on MyHeritage, since they recently have added their Collection Catalog.

I note that the total number of collections is 6,507 with a total of 8,124,780,521 records.

Here are the ADDED or updated collections since 1 June 2017:

*  MyHeritage Family Trees - 2,449,702,668 records, updated 31 July 2017

*  Geni World Family Tree - 265,887,666 records, updated 31 July 2017

*  FamilySearch Family Tree - 878,060,389 records, updated 31 July 2017

*  1880 Denmark Census - 2,028,776 records, ADDED 30 July 2017

*  England and Wale,s Marriage Index, 1837-2005 - 95,987,002 records, updated 30 July 2017

*  United Kingdom, Select Burial and Cremation Index, 1840-2014 - 8,881,516 records, ADDED 30 July 2017

*  England and Wales, Birth Index, 1837-2005 - 208,384,589 records, updated 24 July 2017

*  England and Wales, Death Index, 1837-2005 - 87,011,478 records, updated 24 July 2017

*  BillionGraves - 24,238,981 records, updated 18 June 2017

*  Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) - 408,649 records, updated 11 June 2017

*  1906 Canada Census of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan - 805,908 records, ADDED 9 June 2017

*  Canada Phone and Address Listings - 13,326,755 records, ADDED 4 June 2017

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Disclosure:  I have a complimentary subscription to MyHeritage, and have had for several years, which I appreciate.  I have been reimbursed for travel and meal expenses in exchange for services rendered (luncheon and in-exhibit presentations) to MyHeritage at RootsTech conferences.  

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Geolover said...

The MyHeritage Family Trees, Geni World Family Tree and FamilySearch Family Tree (good grief) are not really "record collections." I find their listings here rather laughable.

Amberly said...

Hi Randy,

I have a question for you about My Heritage. I have noticed that I have several smart matches about myself in other trees. These other trees include my full name and birth info as well as my parents names. I can see my parents in their trees and well as myself. I am very concerned that they do not protect the privacy of living people. Do you know how that is handled? I attended a class once with a high up My Heritage person and asked that question but he had no idea.

Thank you!