Brand new birth, marriage, death, and burial records – FindMyPast Fridays October 30, 2020

I checked last night and saw it posted. It usually shows up Thursday or Friday at  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/newI shortened it a bit.

Here’s the direct link –Brand new birth, marriage, death, and burial records: https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/london-bahamas-records

Niall Cullen 30 October 2020
 
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Explore new family records from London and The Bahamas this Findmypast Friday.

Do you have family connections in London or the Caribbean? This week’s new releases can help you find out.

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Spanning 1583-1665, the latest additions to this useful collection come from St Olave’s, Southwark. Many of those listed would have died during the Great Plague of London.

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Bahamas life events

We’ve just released over 470,000 new birth, marriage, and death records from The Bahamas. You can explore the entire collection or focus on each record set separately:

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Newspapers

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If any of our records or newspapers have helped you unlock new chapters in your family’s story, we want to hear about it. Reach out to us on social media using #FindmypastFeatured to share your amazing discoveries.

 
 
 

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