For many people with Dutch ancestors, it should be the first stop on their research path. The website gets over , visitors every month. Searches can be done by name and then filtered by type of document, place and year. Although access is by subscription, you only pay once for an Open Archives subscription. There are no monthly or annual recurring fees.
Australia — FamilySearch has created a new collection of State of Victoria inward bound passenger lists. The 1. England — Findmypast has added an additional 54 million records to their electoral register record collection for England. These records span the years from to These are basically voter registration lists. In England, these lists were updated on an annual basis.
See our article Searching Electoral Rolls for Ancestors for more details on how voter registration lists can be used to trace your ancestors. FindMyPast now has over million English electoral records online. This includes a complete collection of all known electoral records from English boroughs starting with the letters A to L inclusive for the period from to This new update is particularly important for anyone wanting to trace their English ancestors between the war years given the gap left by the destruction of the census records for England and Wales.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, year, constituency, place and county. England — MyHeritage has added an index of wills and probates from England and Wales. This index contains some Also included in this collection are some letters of administration. A typical probate index record in this collection lists the name of the deceased, date of death, place of residence, place of death, size of the estate, occupation and names and relationships of the next of kin. Some of these records are exclusive to MyHeritage. This collection can be searched by first name, last name, year, place of death and keyword.
England — The website Forces War Records has announced they have reached the milestone of having over 20 million records online. For those who are not familiar with the website, it specializes in historic UK military records. Military war records are very useful resources for genealogists because they often contain considerably more information than a typical ancestral record. For example, many military records list such items as physical characteristics height, weight, hair colour, eye colour, etc. Forces War Records can be searched by first name and last name.
There are approximately , records in this new collection. The records can be searched by first name and last name. US — FamilySearch has put online some , birth records from Iowa. The records come from the State Historical Society of Iowa. This is a new record collection for FamilySearch. The FamilySearch collection of Iowa death records has also been expanded by an additional , records spanning the years from to US — FamilySearch has expanded their collection of Native American census rolls by some two million new records.
These rolls cover the period from to Also included in this collection are some vital records. Scotland — Findmypast has added some 89, new burial records for Edinburgh and Lothian. A typical record lists when the person died and the location of their grave. These records can be searched by first name, last name, place of burial and year of burial. France — FamilySearch has put online a collection of civil registration records from the ancient administration region of Calvados, France. Calvados is now part of modern-day Normandy. The roughly 1. The records in this collection span the period from roughly to This first release covers some 1.
This is big news for anyone with Catholic ancestors in North America. In total, this new record collection covers some parishes across the Archdiocese of New York, which is the second largest archdiocese in the United States. This is a very important collection not just in its own right but because many immigrants to America came through New York for more information see Ellis Island Immigration Facts and spent some time in the greater New York area before migrating to other parts of America.
These are baptism, marriage and burial records. The records in this collection span the years from when the diocese of Chicago was first formed to Covering the Cook and Lake counties in northeastern Illinois, these records will be of interest to anyone with ancestors from the Chicago region. There are roughly , records currently in this collection. Presumably, over time Findmypast will be adding more records to this collection.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, year and parish. This collection contains some Now, MyHeritage has been able to extract all the names from these yearbooks so it is now possible for someone to search this collection by name. A typical record in this collection will have the name of the student, their photograph and a list of clubs and academic achievements as well as the name and location of the school. Yearbook records can provide many useful facts. For example, in many cases, the catchment area for the school will provide a strong indication of the region where the student lived at the time.
Also included in this collection is information on the teachers. In addition to researching students, this collection is also worth checking out if you have a teacher in your family tree. This collection can be searched by first name, last name, year of birth, school, school location and yearbook year. There are some 33 million records in this collection.
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For those who are not familiar with Register, it was a quick survey done across the country on the eve of World War II. Much of the information that was collected in the Register is like a regular census. The information collected included for each member of the household full name, gender, address, date of birth, marital status, and occupation.
The Register is not protected in the same manner by UK privacy laws as the regular historic census data. This is the reason it is available now. By comparison, the England and Wales census will only go online in , the census was destroyed by fire and there was no census in England or Wales in due to the war. Basically, for anyone researching their recent English or Welsh ancestors through census-like records, the current options are just the census and the Register. A couple of things to note about this collection. First, at the moment, MyHeritage has put up just the index to this collection without the original images.
Presumably, the images will be coming later. Secondly, there are some 42 million records in the Register but at the moment some 8.
Basically, records are closed for anyone born less than years ago i. As well, some , records are incomplete as they appear without a full name. Finally, we should note that Findmypast is the only other website that has the Register records online. A typical record in this collection is shown below. These records can be searched by first name, last name, year of birth, residence and keyword. England — Ancestry. These electoral registers span the years from to Essentially, these are annual lists of all eligible voters in Liverpool. A typical record lists the name of the registered voter, occupation, address and for pre records a code indicating the reason why they were eligible to vote.
We have talked about electoral registers before also referred to as electoral rolls: see Searching Electoral Rolls for Ancestors. They can be an excellent complement to census records. There are a couple of things to note about electoral registers in the UK. Second, prior to , generally only wealthy landowners generally one per household, if the husband was deceased, then it was the wife , some business people, high ranking military personnel and some occupations like a doctor, including their spouse were eligible to vote.
Starting in , most men aged 21 or older and some women aged 30 or older were eligible to vote. Starting in , all men and women aged 21 or older were eligible to vote. This collection can be searched by first name, last name, year and keyword. This new addition spans the years from to The Daily Mirror was targeted towards the working class. In the last month, the British Newspaper Archive has added eight new titles and expanded their holdings of many more titles.
There are currently This vast collection can be searched by keyword, newspaper title and date range. England — FreeBMD has again updated their website with more records. This is a great website. FreeBMD is a registered charity that aims to transcribe English and Welsh birth, marriage and death records.
These official government records go back as far as The website currently has some FreeBMD is an incredibly popular website. It typically gets more than , search queries a day. And, as the name implies, it is free. The records can be searched by first name, last name, date range, county, district and spouses name. New Zealand — Ancestry has put online a collection of historic New Zealand police gazettes. This collection spans the years from to Basically, these are information sheets for members of the police force.
In addition to providing names of police officers, they also list wanted or released prisoners, victims of crimes and missing persons. For convicts listed in the police gazette, typical information would include the name of the convict, any alias names very useful for genealogists tracing ancestors who used different names , age at conviction, details on the crime committed, sentence, year of birth, physical characteristics and the date of trial.
If you had an ancestor in New Zealand who was on either side of the law, then this might be an interesting collection to search. This collection can be searched by first name, last name, year of birth, keyword and trial date. This is the largest annual genealogy conference in the world. Rootstech has many information sessions that are streamed live over the internet that may be of interest to our readers.
The complete streaming schedule can be found here. Sweden — The Swedish National Archives made an announcement that all their digital archives are now available to search for free. This is massive news for anyone with Swedish ancestors. There are more than million records currently online at the Riksarkivet the name in Swedish of the national archive with more records being added all the time. The link provides a description of why the change was made and what it means to genealogists, who apparently are the largest user of the archive.
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Happy hunting! We should probably also mention that if you are just looking for Swedish ancestral records then you no longer have to pay a subscription website for search since Riksarkivet has by far the most complete collection. England — TheGenealogist has added colour tithe maps for the county of Buckinghamshire. These tithe maps span the period from to For those who are not familiar with tithe maps, in England they were created following the Tithe Commutation Act of Basically, these are highly detailed maps by parish showing the individual plots of each landowner.
On the map, each landowner is clearly labelled. The landowner was responsible for making a tithe payment of one tenth of the produce from the land. The payment was made to the Anglican Church. Tithe payments were controversial for a variety of reasons, especially amongst nonconformists those who were not members of the Church of England , who were forced to make payments to a church that they did not belong to and who had no say over how the money was spent. How tithes were paid was also inconsistent.
For example, tithes paid on stands of trees and woodlots varied widely even within a single parish. One change from the Tithe Commutation Act of is that it allowed landowners to make payments in a cash equivalent, which helped for example farmers who did not want to cut down their trees and churches that did not want to receive a bunch of logs. A typical tithe record has an attached schedule that lists the landowner, the tenant, a description of the land including any field names and identifying major buildings on the land such as barns and what tithes were owed.
If the land was later sold or subdivided between siblings, for example then this was also often included in the tithe record. Access to this collection is by subscription. England — Findmypast has added more parish records from Derbyshire. These new additions of close to , records covers baptisms, marriages and burials for the parishes of Alvaston, Boulton, Chellaston, Holbrook, Longford, Newton Solney and Wilne. These records can be searched by first name, last name, year and place. England — TheGenealogist has added , criminal records to their website.
These records cover convicts sent to Hulks basically decommissioned ships that served as floating prisons. This would be a useful collection to search for anyone with Australian ancestors since many prisoners served time on Hulks before being shipped overseas. Most of the records in this collection are quarterly reports on each prisoner. Scotland — Ancestry. These are yearly registers listing the names of eligible voters, their occupation and their address.
Please note that early Scottish voting registers were typically limited to wealthy landowners. Only in were most males age 21 or older and women age 30 or older allowed to vote. Women age 21 or older were allowed to vote in Please note that electoral registers were not produced during , and much of World War II.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, keyword and occupation. Ireland — The Irish Genealogical Research Society has released a series of free instructional how-to videos covering various aspects of researching Irish ancestors. The online videos cover the censuses of Ireland, Church of Ireland parish records and Roman Catholic parish records.
These videos are free for a short period of time and very useful. Published between and , it was known as the leading journal of society and fashion in Ireland at the time. If you happen to have ancestors in Ireland who travelled in society circles or attended horse shows in the area, then you may seem them mentioned in this journal.
The Irish newspaper collection from Findmypast can be searched by first name, last name, date range, place, newspaper name, article type and keyword. Canada — The archives for the city of Victoria, British Columbia has launched an online search that covers various city and community records as well as nearly 10, digitized historic photographs of the city. The video below describes how the process works. India — Findmypast has put online the biographical and service data of some 56, people who worked in India for the East India Company.
These records span the years from to and lists such things as births, marriages, divorces and deaths. Also included are relocations, will probates and residential addresses of various employees of the East India Company. Records on this website go as far back as the Ottoman empire in the early s. This website has become hugely popular in Turkey. It has already received millions of inquiries. Apparently, one unexpected outcome is that many people in Turkey are finding out that some of their ancestors were not as Turkish as they thought.
The database has shown that many Armenians, Syriacs, Greeks and Jews over the decades were forced to convert to Islam. This will be an interesting database to search, particularly for those with Armenian ancestry. These records, which span the years from to , are primarily baptisms, parish censuses, marriages and burial records. Russia — FamilySearch has indexed some one million records from church books of the Russian Orthodox Church in the province of Samara. Samara is in the southwestern part of Russia near the Volga river.
The records consist of births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials. This is a rare collection from Russia and well worth checking out if you have ancestors from the region. In Russia, the Orthodox Church was responsible for keeping both civil and religious records. The format of each record type was standardized in By , each record was written on a standard form.
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This format continued until the s i. The most likely people not covered by these records would have been those from other religions. Russian church records are usually very reliable. Alternatively, you can browse through the 1. In total, this new collection consists of some Yearbooks are an interesting record source for genealogists because most yearbooks contain a photograph of your ancestor as well as personal information such as club memberships and sports associations that is often not found in other genealogy records.
In other words, yearbooks can provide a unique way of looking at your ancestors. With this massive update, MyHeritage has created one of the largest US yearbook collections in existence. This collection can be searched by first name, last name, school, year, location and keyword.
US — MyHeritage has added a large collection of historic Indiana newspapers. This new addition consists of some 1 million pages across 44 different Indiana newspapers. The articles span the years from the right up to According to MyHeritage, this newspaper collection is exclusive to their website.
This collection can be searched by first name, last name, newspaper title, keyword, place and date. US -MyHeritage has added 4. This collection spans the years from to and comes from 88 different newspapers within the state. According to MyHeritage, this newspaper collection is also exclusive to their website. US — MyHeritage has added an historic newspaper collection from Pennsylvania. The 7. The newspapers span the years from the up to Sweden — MyHeritage has put online about We have talked extensively about household examination books in the past.
Basically, they are records from the Swedish Lutheran Church. The parish priest would visit each household once a year and record the vital statistics of each member of the family. This would include such things as recent births, marriages and deaths. In some ways, Swedish household examination books serve as a basic form of census for the country the Swedish Lutheran Church actually was the formal census taker for the country right up until If you are looking for Swedish ancestors who emigrated from the country, these household examination books can be a vital tool in narrowing down the window when your ancestors left the country by determining what year they were no longer listed in the examination books.
Most people are familiar with searching the Swedish household examination books through FamilySearch, which is free here is the link. What is nice about this collection from MyHeritage is that it covers two different time periods that are currently not covered by Family Search, namely to and to in addition to covering the same to time period as FamilySearch. In total, there are some 84 million records in this collection.
This collection from MyHeritage can be searched by first name, last name, year of birth, place, residence and keyword. England — FamilySearch has added , more Derbyshire parish records to their collection. These records span the years from to and consist of baptisms, marriages and burial records. England — FamilySearch has added , more parish records from Warwickshire. These are baptism, marriage and burial records that span the years from to Germany — MyHeritage has put online the German minority census of This is the second of two Nazi-mandated censuses the first one was in and it was conducted around the start of World War II.
It specifically lists all individuals who lived in a German household where at least one person in the household had a Jewish grandparent. A typical record in this collection lists the first name, last name, date of birth and place of birth of the person.
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It then lists various race-based questions about both maternal and paternal grandparents. Questions were also asked about the level of education and whether there were any family members who resided outside the house. Please note that this census was the basis for a national card catalog of German Jews. As such, it may be emotionally difficult for some people to research this census.
Some , individuals are listed in this census. It can be searched by first name, last name, year or place of birth and keyword. Palestine — MyHeritage has put online a unique collection of Mandatory Palestine naturalization applications. These are basically records of individuals mainly Jews who tried to establish citizenship in Mandatory Palestine between to There are over , records in this collection.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, year of birth and naturalization year. Scotland — Now that it is , a new batch of records can be legally released on the website ScotlandsPeople. Births in , marriages in and deaths in have now gone online. In total, some , new records have been added to ScotlandsPeople. It is interesting to note that births in Scotland in touched the lowest level since due to the disruptive effect of the ongoing First World War and the number of men who were away from home.
On the other hand, marriages in were reasonably strong even though it was the middle of World War II. Many foreign servicemen were stationed in Scotland that year. Some ended up marrying local Scottish women. The ScotlandsPeople records can be searched by first name, last name and year range. ScotlandsPeople is the official genealogy website of the Scottish government. It is run by brightsolid, the same company that owns Findmypast. Access to ScotlandsPeople is by subscription. The objective of the new tool is to consolidate searching across all the available databases into one stand-alone search box unlike the current system, which largely requires the user to search each database individually.
More details about the Collection Search beta can be found here. At the moment, the key genealogy databases such as census records are not covered by the new beta search. Hopefully, that will change in the not-to-distant future. LAC is looking for feedback on their new search functionality.
This is an opportunity for the voice of the genealogy community to be heard. Personally, we would like to see the LAC databases opened up to external search engines, like Google and our own free Genealogy Search Engine. That would be a big win for genealogists. They have added over 5 million ship passenger records for people that migrated to the US between the years to Included in this update are almost 4 million people who migrated from Germany to , some , people who migrated from Italy to and about half a million people who migrated from Russia to TheGenealogist records can be searched by first name and last name.
US — FamilySearch has added some , more indexed records to their collection of California births and deaths. These records have been acquired from various county courthouses. One interesting and rare thing about California birth records is that they often list the number of existing children in a family. They also list the legitimacy of the newborn child. US — This is an advance notice. The idea of this new data hub is that it will effectively link multiple collections spread across several universities.
This will give people the ability to search and identify individuals and their descendants from one central source. This could become a powerful new tool for anyone with African American ancestry. Here is the complete press release. England — Findmypast has increased their collection of Hertfordshire parish records. Included in this update are 87, new baptism records, some 62, new marriage records and around 66, new burial records. Each record contains a digitized image of the original document and a transcript.
England — Findmypast has added over 3 million new newspaper articles and 11 new titles to their British newspaper collection. The search can be further refined by newspaper title and date range. South Africa — FamilySearch has created a new indexed record collection containing a register of slaves in South Africa. This collection spans the years from to and comes from slave registers in Cape Province. A typical record in this collection lists the name of the slaveholders and the name, sex, age, homeland and occupation of each slave or servant.
Also included in this collection is information on slave transfers, inheritances of slaves as well as information on slave births, marriages and deaths. World — The free website Rootsweb owned and run by Ancestry has gone offline. Below is a snapshot of the announcement posted on the Rootsweb website as of 9 January This announcement vaguely references security issues without providing any details.
Very strange. If you need to access Rootsweb, we might have a possible work-around for you. Go to the Family Tree Search Engine and start your search query with the following [ site: rootsweb. This is essentially an indirect way into the website since our search engine has indexed Rootsweb along with many other free genealogy websites. In spite of the public message from Rootsweb, it looks like they have kept at least some of their website up. Go figure. At that time, GenealogyInTime Magazine warned our readers to play it safe and get their data off this website.
We hope you took our advice! Jersey — Findmypast has put online parish records from the island of Jersey. Officially called the Bailiwick of Jersey, it is technically not part of England. These parish records consist of baptism, marriage and burial records from the Church of England. In total, there are some half million records in this collection. The records start in and for the baptism records go up to The marriage and burial records go up to The burial records cover 17 different sites across the island. This collection can be searched by first name, last name, year and place.
England — Findmypast has put online some 1. These records span the years from to and are from the Diocese of Manchester. Most of the parishes in this collection are from the county of Lancashire. Each record contains a transcript and in many cases a scanned image of the original document.
England — Findmypast has put online an additional , baptism records from various Wiltshire parishes. These are Church of England parish records, although most other denominations are also included in this collection except for Quaker and Jewish records. England — TheGenealogist has added some , parish records from Warwickshire.
These are baptism, marriage and death records. TheGenealogist has put together an interesting article covering some of the more colourful characters found in this collection. They also have a sample screen shot of the information contained in a transcribed record in this collection for those who are not familiar with the website. England — Findmypast has put online the cemetery records for Brompton cemetery.
Brompton cemetery was opened in West London in on the western border of Chelsea and Kensington. It is one of the so-called magnificent seven cemeteries that were established around London in response to a shortage of burial spaces in the city at the time, church yards in London were no longer allowed to be used for burial purposes due to a variety of reasons, including health reasons. There are some , people buried at Brompton cemetery. For many names, there are two records: a burial record and a grave purchase record.
World - Thinking of doing an ancestry DNA test this holiday season? Wondering how accurate they are? Check out the following video from the Today Show , which actually tested the accuracy of three of the most common DNA test kits by cleverly using identical triplets. These women happen to have different last names, so the test companies would not have known that they were related to each other.
Finally, these days you can even DNA your dog to see to determine the breed. UK — TheGenealogist has released 2. These are outbound passenger records for ships that departed United Kingdom ports between and These records come from the National Archives BT27 series.
Typical records in this collection list people travelling to America, Canada, India, New Zealand and Australia as well as several other ports around the world. A typical record lists the name of the ship name, passenger name, their age, last known address in the UK, port of departure, port of arrival and where the passenger intended to make their permanent residence. With this latest addition, TheGenealogist now has over 19 million emigration records from the UK dating as far back as These records come from the Atlanta History Center and include cemetery records, local censuses going as far back as , vital statistics related to births and deaths and other miscellaneous records.
Fulton County covers the state capital of Atlanta. The records in this collection can be searched by first name and last name. Ireland — An online petition is circulating from the Council of Irish Genealogical Organizations CIGO asking the current Irish government to renew the commitment of the previous government for the early release of the census. In case any of our readers are interested in signing up…. Ireland — The Irish Newspaper Archive continues to add more historic newspapers to their collection. The latest addition includes the Belfast Newsletter to , which was the first newspaper published in Belfast first published in The Irish Newspaper Archive now has over nine million pages of newspaper content from north and south of the Irish border.
For those who are not familiar with the Irish Newspaper Archive, the video below describes the process. Denmark — FamilySearch has indexed and put online some 1 million records from the Danish census.
This is a new record collection. FamilySearch has also added an additional 51, records from the Denmark census and an additional , records from the Denmark census. Canada — Ancestry. In aggregate, there are some six million new records that have gone online. US — Findmypast has put online a new collection of ship crew lists for Boston. Note: these are ship crew lists, not passenger lists. A typical record in this collection lists the full name of the crew member, age, sex, year of birth, place of birth or nationality and ship.
A transcript of the original record is also available. These records can be searched by first name, last name and ship name. This latest addition covers the last names from M Moore to Q. The files generally contain documentation submitted in support of a claim, such as the original application form, affidavits, and statements from witnesses.
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