FindMyPast Fridays – May 3, 2019

I normally like it when FindMyPast posts FindMyPast Fridays on Thursdays – https://blog.findmypast.com/findmypast-friday-2635914271.html. Yesterday was an exception as they posted a blank article. I originally scheduled this post for 8:08 A. M. this morning on the belief they would fill in the article sometime before I got offline last night. I do my best to schedule my FindMyPast Fridays post as my first Friday post when FindMyPast posts it on Thursdays.

I woke up early this morning and about 2 minutes before this blank post was set to go live, I noticed FindMyPast had updated the above link with text. However, there was no way to do what I needed to do before the post went live. So, I rescheduled it for later today and substituted a different post for 8:08 A. M.

Scotland, People of Banffshire & Moray 1150-1857

Over 23,000 additional records have been added to the collection. The names in this collection have been discovered across a number of sources. Each record will tell you the original source and a description of the text.

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Scotland, Burgess & Guild Brethren Index

Did your Scottish ancestors become masters of their trade? Uncover details of their lives with over 64,000 records spanning nearly 650 years of occupational records. Each transcript will reveal a combination of their occupation or trade, dates, locations and notable life events.

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British India Office Deaths & Burials

Over 12,000 additional records have been added to our collection of India Office Deaths & Burials. Discover details about the deaths of your ancestors who died in the UK, British India, Burma and other territories connected to the India office (St Helena, Sumatra, Kuwait, Aden, Penang, Macao). Discover where, when and in some cases how they died as well as where they were buried.

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1939 Register Update

Over 37,000 additional ‘open’ records have been added to the 1939 Register. Since the Register was launched, Findmypast has matched nearly five million ‘closed records’ to multiple data sources to correctly confirm the date and location of death for individuals recorded.

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International Records Update – Bahamas

Discover your Bahamian ancestors in this online index of registered births from the British Crown Colony of The Bahamas, from 1850-1891. Birth records are essential to expanding your family tree. There are tens of thousands of records in this collection, giving information not only about relatives born in the Bahamas but also their parents.

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British & Irish Newspaper Update

This week we have added 87,226 new pages to our collection We are delighted to welcome four new titles to our ever-growing collection, including an extensive run of Worcestershire publication the Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer, two Northern Ireland titles (the Protestant Watchman & Lurgan Gazette and the Ulster Examiner & Northern Star), as well as pages from West Sussex publication the Crawley News.

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This week also sees updates to nine of our existing titles covering various English counties, including five London publications. We have also updated the Crewe Guardian and the Reading Evening Post.

 

Previous FindMyPast Fridays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/findmypast-fridays/

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