Friday, 15 December 2017

FindmyPast updates 1939 English and Welsh National Register database

Latest weekly additions to FindmyPast (www.findmypast.com):


New additions to the 1939 Register

Thanks to the work of the 1939 Register team, we've been able to successfully match and open over 60,000 more records that were previously closed, and they're all available to explore right now. If you have tried unsuccessfully to find a family member in the Register who died after 1991, it may be worth trying another search.  (NB: this is for England and Wales only)


Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Vital Records 1706-1895

Containing over 18,000 records, this collection consists of vital event records for births, marriages, and deaths reported in newspapers and town record transcripts from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is important to note that the event in question may not have occurred in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, however. For instance, a death may have happened in New Jersey but was reported in a Portsmouth newspaper like The Oracle of the Day.


Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Expenses of the Poor 1817-1838

Did your Portsmouth ancestors fall on hard times? Search over 1,000 records to discover when they received aid and uncover additional details such as family names and the amounts paid for supplies, as well as what the money went towards (e.g. room and board, clothing, etc.)


Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Newspaper Abstracts 1776-1800

Explore over 10,000 abstracts from the Federal Observer, Freeman's Journal or New Hampshire Gazette, New-Hampshire Mercury, New-Hampshire Spy, Oracle of New Hampshire, and The Oracle of the Day to learn more about your ancestor's life and struggles.


Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Warnings Out 1722-1769

Was your ancestors driven out of town? "Warning out" was a method used in New England to pressure newcomers to settle in a different town or area. A notice or warrant would be issued by a town's Board of Selectmen and served by a local constable. However, the issuing of such a notice did not necessarily mean that the recipient(s) would be forcibly removed from the town.


Jersey Wills 1564-2000

In this index of over 14,000 wills from Jersey in the Channel Islands, you can discover your ancestor's name as well as the year, location, and original text of the document. The records cover the years 1564 to 2000 and have been obtained from theislandwiki website. Additional information about the records can we found on the source's website.


United States Marriages

Over 10,000 new records covering the city of Portsmouth in New Hampshire have been added to our collection of United States Marriage records. These latest additions mark the most recent phase of efforts to create the single largest online collection of U.S. marriage records in history. Covering 360 years of marriages from 1650-2010, when complete this landmark collection will contain at least 100 million records and more than 450 million names from 2,800 counties across America.

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Chris

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