Tuesday, 15 October 2019

FamilySearch adds Sussex parish register records

Amongst the latest additions to the FamilySearch website (www.familysearch.org) are 1,223,484 indexed records added to the England Sussex Parish Registers 1538-1910 collection at https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1465706, as sourced from West Sussex County Record Office, Chichester.

In addition, the following collections have been added or updated this week:
  • Czech Republic Land Records 1450-1889
  • United States Freedmen's Bureau Records of Freedmen's Complaints 1865- 1872
  • Utah Tremonton and Garland Obituaries 1959-2013
  • New York Book Indexes to Passenger Lists 1906-1942
  • District of Columbia Freedmen's Bureau Field Office Records 1863-1872
  • Czech Republic School Registers 1799-1953
  • Peru Cusco Civil Registration 1889-1997
  • United States Freedmen's Bureau Ration Records1865-1872
  • Illinois DeKalb County Land Records 1838-1927
  • United States Freedmen's Bureau Records of the Superintendent of Education and of the Division of Education 1865-1872
  • Norway Probate Index Cards 1640-1903
  • England Sussex Parish Registers 1538-1910
  • Czech Republic Church Books 1552-1963
  • Peru La Libertad Civil Registration 1903-1998
  • New Hampshire Vital and Town Records Index 1656-1938
  • Arizona County Marriages 1871-1964
  • Portugal Porto Catholic Church Records 1535-1949
  • Michigan Obituaries 1820-2006
  • New Jersey, State Census, 1855
  • Minnesota Clay County School Census Records 1909-1962
  • United States Muster Rolls of the Marine Corps 1798-1937

For further details, visit https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-14-october-2019/


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