Thursday, September 17, 2015

New FamilySearch Collections Update: Week of September 14, 2015


Mama Mia! The Italian records continue to expand this week with new collections for Italy Arezzo Civil Registration (State Archive) 1314-1934, Italy Enna Civil Registration (State Archive) 1866-1944, Italy Imperia San Remo Civil Registration (State Archive) 1805-1910, Italy Pescara Civil Registration (State Archive) 1809-1929. Brazil, New York, Utah, and Delaware also have some new content. Look for these and more by selecting the links below.

COLLECTION
INDEXED RECORDS
DIGITAL RECORDS
COMMENTS
155,186
56,492
Added indexed records and images to an existing collection
207,577
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection
0
68,721
New browsable image collection.
0
837,356
New browsable image collection.
0
233,646
New browsable image collection.
0
928,538
Added images to an existing collection
0
20,140
New browsable image collection.
0
1,054
Added images to an existing collection
12,570
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection
2,758
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection
0
2,068
Added images to an existing collection
0
12,446
Added images to an existing collection


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