Wednesday, January 13, 2016

New FamilySearch Collections Update: January 11, 2016



A few domestic and international updates this week. For the United States you'll see some new content for United States GenealogyBank Obituaries 1980-2014,North Carolina State Supreme Court Case Files 1800-1909Utah Death Certificates 1904-1964, and the Rhode Island District Court Naturalization Indexes 1906-1991. Find these and additional updates below for Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Italy, and Sweden.

COLLECTION
INDEXED RECORDS
DIGITAL RECORDS
COMMENTS
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68,774
Added images to an existing collection
32,642
208
Added indexed records and images to an existing collection
35,765
0
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146,760
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection
42,405
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection
0
27,075
Added images to an existing collection
876,769
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection
0
25,217
Added images to an existing collection
136,534
0
Added indexed records to an existing collection

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