Explore millions of new death and cemetery records – FindMyPast Fridays December 11, 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 fair amount.

Here’s the direct link –  Explore millions of new death and cemetery records:  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/death-cemetery-records

Niall Cullen 11 December 2020
 
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With new releases from from England, Ireland and USA, where will your past take you this Findmypast Friday?

This week, we’ve been busy releasing millions of new family records and newspapers to help you unlock your past. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s new.

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Monumental inscriptions can reveal when your relative died, where they are buried and the sometimes-detail-rich epitaph on their memorial. Check the parish list for the locations and years included in the entire collection.

 

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This mammoth collection has grown with over 18.2 million new entries from all 50 American states. Use them to uncover vital family tree information.

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Discover your Irish ancestors’ final resting places in this useful collection. We’ve added new records from all 32 Irish counties.

On Findmypast, you can also explore BillionGraves collections from the USACanadaEnglandScotlandWalesAustralia, and New Zealand. Even better, we add new records to all of these resources regularly so there’s always something new to discover.

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Newspapers

With five brand new papers and additional pages for a further nine, our newspaper collection continues to grow this week. Released for the first time, we have:

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