Glad to see they added this last night – FindMyPast Fridays – New Norfolk records covering 500 parishes: https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/new-norfolk-records-covering-500-parishes
Does your family tree have Norfolk Roots?
New Norfolk Parish Records
More than 1.4 million new Norfolk parish registers are now available to search. Published online in association with the Norfolk Record Office, these new records span more than 500 years (1464 to 1993) of Norfolk history and add more than 500 new parishes to our existing collection of Norfolk records.
Created from over 2,500 original handwritten registers, these new transcripts and images include:
Over 4.3 million fully indexed baptism, marriage and burial records of Norfolk history are now available to search online at Findmypast.
By improving access to these rich documents and making them searchable, we aim to provide family historians from around the world with new opportunities to discover their Norfolk ancestors.
Explore nine Scottish trade and postal directories from Dundee spread over 1783 to 1842. Directories are a valuable source for your family history research, revealing your ancestor’s trade or occupation and address.
The directories list shoemakers, brewers, cow feeders, merchants, bakers, grocers, soap manufacturers, spirit-dealers, and more.
This week we have added 130,418 new pages to The Archive, including one brand new title the Strathearn Herald.
We have also updated six of our existing Scottish titles including the Arbroath Guide, the Aberdeen Press and Journal and the Aberdeen Evening Express, the West Lothian Courier, the North British Daily Mail and the Staffordshire Sentinel.
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