FamilySearch Record Updates
Would you like to be a part of indexing records to be added to this FamilySearch site? Why not volunteer to be an Indexer? Help create free public access to the U.S. census indexes and other records!
The key life events of billions of people are being preserved and shared through the efforts of people like you. Using our online indexing system, volunteers from around the world are able to quickly and easily transcribe the records -- all from the convenience of their homes. The indexes are then posted for FREE at familysearch.org. Millions of rolls of microfilm provide census, vital, probate, and church records from over 100 countries for indexing projects. Governments, churches, societies, and commercial companies are also working to make more records available.
YOU CAN HELP by volunteering to index one of the current United States census projects or the upcoming England and Wales census projects. FamilySearch indexing projects span the world. Current projects are active in the United States, England, Wales, Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, and elsewhere!
Here are some of the records that have recently been added to the records already provided. I encourage you to frequently visit this site for their new updates.
Illinois, Cook County Birth Registers 1871-1915 (43% Complete)
Indiana Marriages 1811-1959 (11% Complete)
Massachusetts State Census, 1865
United States Census, 1920 (51% Complete)
Wisconsin State Census, 1855
Mexico Census, 1930 (20% Complete)
Mexico, Coahuila, Catholic Church Records 1627-1978
England, Cheshire School Records, 1796-1950
France, Protestant church records, 1612-1906 (11% Complete)
Netherlands, Limburg Parish Register Transcripts, 1600-1822
Italy, Palermo Province, Monreale Diocese Church Records, 1530-1919
Argentina National Census, 1869 (37% Complete)
Argentina National Census, 1895
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