FindMyPast Fridays – February 15, 2019

Updated February 15, 2019 4:10 P. M. U. S. Central TimeFindMyPast Fridays finally posted: https://blog.findmypast.com/findmypast-friday-2629055964.html.

As of Thursday evening when I am scheduling this post for 10:10 A. M. U. S. Central Time, February 15, 2019, I am not seeing a FindMyPast Friday. I generally look for the new FindMyPast Fridays here: https://blog.findmypast.com/latest-records/.

I will look several more times including early in the morning. If I find it after I get home, I will do a fuller update when I get a better Internet connection.

United States Marriages

Over 23 million additional marriage records covering 46 states have been added to the collection. These new additions span nearly 450 years of American history, containing records dating all the way back to 16th century Massachusetts.

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Scotland, Edinburgh Field Officers From Almanacs 1758-1800

The Edinburgh Field Officers from Almanacs 1758-1800 is an excellent resource for anyone researching their ancestors’ military history and want to understand more about their military life.

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Scotland, Irregular & Cross-Border Marriage Index

Did you have ancestors’ that eloped to be married or had an irregular marriage in Scotland? Search over 13,000 records spanning 1624 to 1898 and covering places such as Gretna Green, Coldstream, and Lamberton Toll to find details of their marriage in this collection. Marriage by a declaration in front of two witnesses was legal in Scotland, however, in 1753 a law was passed in England which banned such irregular marriages and this led to many couples eloping.

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Arkansas First Draft Registration Card, 1940-1945 Image Browse

Do you have ancestors from the state of Arkansas who were drafted during WW2? Explore over a million draft cards to learn facts such as their birth date, address, place of employment, relative’s names, physical description and more. Browsing allows you to explore images of original draft cards from beginning to end.

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New records from the Dominican Republic

Over 677,000 new records from the Dominican Republic are now available to search. These new releases consist of 5 separate collection covering civil registrations, baptisms, marriages and deaths between 1666 and 1924, including:

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British And Irish Newspaper update

This week we have added 128,578 new pages to The Archive. We are excited to welcome two brand new additions to our collection – the much requested Long Eton Advertiser and the Runcorn Guardian.

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About ICT Genealogist

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1 Response to FindMyPast Fridays – February 15, 2019

  1. Pingback: FindMyPast Fridays Update: February 25, 2019 Afternoon | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

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