Glad to see they posted this yesterday – FindMyPast Fridays May 31, 2019: FindMyPast Fridays May 31, 2019.
There are more than 3.6 million new records and newspapers available to search this Findmypast Friday, including:
Scotland, Dumfriesshire Death & Burial Index
Explore your Scottish ancestry with over 39,000 death and burial records from Dumfriesshire. Many of the burial records include additional details about your ancestor such as, their last address, parents’ names and birth date.
Pennsylvania, Register of Mine Accidents
Discover whether your mining ancestor was involved in a mining accident in Pennsylvania. Within this collection of more than 163,000 records, you will find large numbers of immigrants which is indicated by their nationality along with vital information about the accident itself and whether it was fatal.
Over 74,000 additional records from across 45 parishes have been added to our collection of Cardiganshire Baptisms.
Cardiganshire Marriages and Banns
Over 65,000 additional records from across 45 parishes have been added to our collection of Cardiganshire Marriages and Banns.
Over 81,000 additional records from across 45 parishes have been added to our collection of Cardiganshire Marriages and Banns.
International records – Italy
Celebrate Italy’s Festival of the Republic on June 2nd by unearthing your Italian roots. Three indexes containing over 3.1 million births, marriages and deaths are now available to search and explore on Findmypast. These indexes span the years 1806 to 1900 and will generate hints against your Findmypast family tree.
British & Irish Newspaper Update
This week we have added 95,674 pages to our collection of historical British & Irish Newspapers. We are delighted to have two brand new titles joining us this week – West Midlands title the Sandwell Evening Mail and Field, which describes itself as ‘the country gentleman’s newspaper.’
We are also pleased to welcome updates to eleven of our existing titles, with updates to five of our Irish titles, as well as titles from Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire and London. Details of these updates are included at the end of this blog post.
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