Ancestry.com.au, FamilySearch, FindMyPast

Friday Finds

For the last couple of years, I have been setting up posts about the new and updated collections at Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch.  From time to time, I have noticed posts on the blogs I follow about new (and not so new) records online, and I have not been keeping track of them. I’ve therefore decided to set up a post every Friday to share these posts, and to include the information about the new and updated collections on the 3 big sites as well.  The following is what I have found this week.

ANCESTRY UPDATES

The following are the Recently added and updated collections at ancestry.com.au this week

UPDATED Ohio, Naturalization Petition and Record Books, 1888-1946 11/01/2017

Brabant, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1582-1914 10/01/2017

Liège, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1676-1700, 1798-1901 10/01/2017

Namur, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1800-1912 10/01/2017

Antwerp, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1796-1906 10/01/2017

East Flanders, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1541-1912 10/01/2017

 UPDATED Washington, Petitions for Naturalization, 1860-1991 10/01/2017

London, England, Gamekeepers’ Licences, 1727-1839 09/01/2017

UPDATED London, England, Freedom of the City Admission Papers, 1681-1930 09/01/2017

London, England, Stock Exchange Membership Applications, 1802-1924 09/01/2017

London, England, TS Exmouth Training Ship Records, 1876-1918 09/01/2017

Victoria, Australia, Wills and Probate Records, 1841-2009 09/01/2017

UPDATED Poland, Selected Records of Jews in the Radom District, 1939-1945 (USHMM)  06/01/2017

UPDATED Colorado, State and Federal Naturalization Records, 1868-1990 06/01/2017

Limburg, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1800-1910 06/01/2017

Hainaut, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1600-1913 05/01/2017

UPDATED Altenburg, Germany, Births, 1874-1901 05/01/2017

Altenburg, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1950 05/01/2017

UPDATED Altenburg, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1920 05/01/2017

Halle (Saale), Germany, Births, 1874-1903 05/01/2017

Halle (Saale), Germany, Marriages, 1874-1933 05/01/2017

Web: Chester County, Pennsylvania, Slaves and Indentured Servants Index, 1718 – 1839 05/01/2017

West Flanders, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1797-1900 05/01/2017

Delaware, Marriage Records, 1750-1954 05/01/2017

FIND MY PAST FRIDAYS

The following are the collections featured in this week’s FindMyPast Fridays

 Yorkshire & Derbyshire Methodist Baptisms

Yorkshire & Derbyshire Methodist Marriages

Middlesex Monumental Inscriptions 1485-2014

British Newspapers

FAMILY SEARCH

The following are the New and Updated collections at FamilySearch this week

Russia, Tatarstan Church Books, 1721-1939 12 Jan 2017

France, Dordogne, Censuses, 1856 12 Jan 2017

Georgia Deaths, 1928-1940 11 Jan 2017

Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records 11 Jan 2017

South Africa, Cape Province, Civil Deaths, 1895-1972 11 Jan 2017

Paraguay, Catholic Church Records, 1754-2015 11 Jan 2017

France, Seine-Maritime, Rouen, Indexes to Church Records, 1680-1789 11 Jan 2017

New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Probate Records, 1843-1998 11 Jan 2017

North Dakota, County Marriages, 1882-1925 10 Jan 2017

Venezuela, Diocese of San Cristóbal, Catholic Church Records, 1601-1962 09 Jan 2017

Australia, Queensland, Immigration indexes, 1864-1940 09 Jan 2017

NEW (AND NOT SO NEW) RECORDS AND TOOLS

Oklahoma Birth and Death Record Indexes are now Online
By Dick Eastman on Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter

American Ancestors adds browse files for Boston Catholic parishes
By John D Reid on his Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections blog

More than 12,000 New Brunswick births for 1921 added online
By Gail Dever on the Genealogy à la carte blog

Find newspapers near a place
This tool was mentioned by Jen Coates on the Australian Local & Family History Bloggers.facebook group on 9 January 2017

Quick tip – Amsterdam Scans now Free
By Yvette Hoitink on the Dutch Genealogy blog.

Free Digital Newspaper Projects Out West
On the On Granny’s Trail blog

South-East Queensland cemeteries headstone photo collection
This site was mentioned by Pauleen Cass on the Australian Local & Family History Bloggers facebook group on 8 January 2017

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