FamilySearch New Historic Records Update: Week of October 10, 2016
SALT LAKE CITY, UT—FamilySearch added significant historic records online for Belgium, Maine, New Zealand, Tennessee, and Revolutionary War records for Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and North Carolina. Special thanks to the indexers continuing work on the United States Marriages project. You can see the fruits of your labors this week with the newly published Tennessee County Marriages collections. See the interactive table below for these and more historic records added this week at FamilySearch.org. See, search, or share the complete list of this week's collections online here.
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