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One genealogy research tactic often over looked is to go back and check previous databases for newly added genealogy records and genealogy finds.
Set a date on your calendar for a once a month check for newly added records. You may find new records or newly updated records pertaining to your research. While not all of your needed genealogy records are not online, don’t miss out when pertinent records do come online.
April 2018 Genealogy Finds
Check out this sampling of new records at FamilySearch this month:
- France, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse, Civil Registration, 1792-1893
- Sweden, Örebro Church Records, 1613-1918; index 1635-1860
- Montana, Flathead County Records, 1871-2007
- France, Dordogne, Church and Civil Registration, 1540-1896
- Ohio, County Naturalization Records, 1800-1977
- Georgia, Houston County, Marriage Records, 1832-2015
- Find MORE new and newly updated record sets at FamilySearch.
FindMyPast has been busy adding new records this month! Take a look at this sample list:
- British Army Officers’ Widows’ Pension Forms 1755-1908
- Waterford Registers & Records
- 17 new titles in the British Newspapers collection including Mansfield Reporter and the International Woman Suffrage News.
- England & Wales, Electoral Registers 1920
- Find newly added records each Friday at FindMyPast!
Here is a sampling of new and newly updated record sets at Ancestry.com.
- U.S., Evangelical Covenant Church, Swedish American Church Records, 1868-1970
- U.S., Evangelical Free Church of America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-1946
- Montana, County Marriage Records, 1865-1993 – Updated!
- U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current has been updated!
- Find new and updated record collections and what’s coming here!
Check out some great additions at Legacy Family Tree Webinars. These are just a few.
- DNA is Dynamite – How to Ignite Your Ancestral Research by Michelle Leonard
- Lincoln’s Laws and the Records of War by Judy Russell
- Fun Family History Activities for the Youth at Your Family Reunion by Janet Hovorka
Be sure and check weekly for their free webinar offerings, too.
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