FindMyPast Fridays February 22, 2019

FindMyPast Fridays showed up late Thursday evening (my time):

There are over 800,000 new records and newspaper articles available to search this Findmypast Firday.

Yorkshire Baptisms

Over 135,000 new additions covering 81 new parishes have been added to the collection.

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Yorkshire Banns

Find out if your Yorkshire ancestors were married by banns with over 35,000 new records covering 57 additional parishes.

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Yorkshire Marriages

Did your ancestor’s tie the knot in god’s own county? Over 53,000 additional records covering 68 new parishes.

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Yorkshire Burials

Discover the final resting place of your Yorkshire ancestors with over 124,000 additional records covering 86 new parishes have been added to the collection.

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Scotland, Antenuptial Relationship Index 1661-1780

Do you have ancestors that were members of the Church of Scotland? Search over 31,000 antenuptial records from Kirk Sessions registers to find out if there were any family members who were summoned to the ministers and elders of the church to deny or confess their sin as a child had been conceived out of wedlock

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1939 Register update

Over 287,000 additional ‘open’ records have been added to the 1939 Register. Since the Register was launched, Findmypast has matched more than four million ‘closed records’ to multiple data sources to correctly confirm the date and location of death for individuals recorded.

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New Records from Barbados

Over 736,000 records from the Eastern Caribbean Island of Barbados are now available to search. Sourced via the International Genealogical Index, these new additions consist of six individual collections covering births, marriages, deaths, baptisms and burials between 1637 and 1891.

The Barbados collections currently available to search include:

British & Irish Newspaper Update

This week 134,952 have joined the Archive. We have added two Home Counties titles for England, The East Kent Gazette and the Bucks Examiner for Buckinghamshire. We have also added to ten of our existing titles, including:

Explore historical newspapers

  • Birmingham Daily Post – 1965
  • Coventry Evening Telegraph – 1935
  • Drogheda Independent – 1895
  • Irish Independent – 1914, 1925
  • Newcastle Journal – 1995
  • Perthshire Advertiser – 1907
  • Runcorn Guardian – 1909
  • South Wales Daily News – 1910
  • Sunday Independent (Dublin) – 1986-1990, 1992-1993, 1995
  • Sunday Tribune – 1990-1992

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