Friday, December 1, 2017

New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday, 1 December 2017

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New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday

There are over 8.5 million new records available to search this Findypast Friday. New additions include;

Our Yorkshire Memorial Inscriptions have been supplemented with over 13,000 additional records from Rotherham Family History Society. These records, a mix of original images and transcript-only entries, can help you discover birth years, death years, memorial locations and inscription details.

New additions covering Methodist burials at sites near South Street and Carver Street in Sheffield have been added to the collection.

Find out if your ancestor worked aboard a ship arriving into Boston. Included are transcripts as well as original images that can reveal your seafaring relative's occupation on board, a physical description and in some cases, even their signature. Digitized from original documents at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), this unique resource is a welcome addition to our existing Boston collection.

Another new addition to our collection of Massachusetts records, Massachusetts Deaths, 1969-2010 consists of transcripts that include a name, date and year of death, location.

This vast resource of over 6 million records has been transcribed from the website and could help you uncover previously unknown details surrounding your ancestor's death. Each transcript will reveal a name, birth date, death date, location, the person's unique obituary text and a link out to the original source.

Our premium collection of US marriage records has grown again with the addition of over 30,000 new records from the states of Kentucky, Maryland and South Carolina. This release also sees the addition of a brand new county to the collection - Somerset County, Maryland. When complete, our United States Marriage Collection  provides you with both spouses' martial statuses, parents' names and the location of the marriage.


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