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FindMyPast Announces the Launch of 10 Million Irish Parish Registers

The following news release is from Alex Cox, with FindMyPast: Salt Lake City: 5 February 2016 – Leading family history site, Findmypast, announced today at Rootstech that it will launch 10 million Irish Catholic Parish Registers, one of the most important Irish record collections, in March 2016. Covering over 200 years from 1671-1900 and over […]

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FindMyPast Announces USA Marriage Collection of 450 Million+ – 33M Names FREE thru Feb 15

FindMyPast has a huge booth here at RootsTech 2016. Their big announcement was made this morning, stating that they will release millions of marriage records every quarter and aims to complete the entire digitization project by the end of 2017. Thirty-three million records have been launched and are available for free access through the 15th […]

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Findmypast and Sister Site Mocavo Come Together

The following is from FindMyPast: · Findmypast aims to deliver a more focussed, efficient and comprehensive service to US family historians · The move is part of Findmypast’s plans for continued expansion in the US January 18, 2016 – Leading family history website Findmypast, has today announced that sister site Mocavo will be incorporated into […]

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Findmypast Announces Free Weekend 22-25 January 2016

Findmypast Announces Free Weekend 22-25 January 2016 · Findmypast announces free access to historical records this weekend · Billions of records available to everyone to search for free · Local subscribers granted World access, and World subscribers enjoy 3 days added to their subscription London, UK, 20th January 2016 Findmypast has announced that this weekend, […]

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British WWII Prisoners of War Records Published Online as Britain Marks 70th Anniversary

The following is from FindMyPast: Today, 4 September 2015, one million records of service men, women and civilians who were taken captive during World War II are published online for the first time at Findmypast. The publication, in association with The National Archives, marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II on […]

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New FamilySearch Collections Posted the Week of July 13, 2015

The following is from FamilySearch: Family historians hungry for historic Irish records will enjoy FamilySearch’s new collection, Ireland Petty Sessions Court Registers 1828-1912. These indexed court documents bring 22 million records to your fingertips. These records were originally filmed at the National Archives of Ireland and the index was created by findmypast.com. See the table […]

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National Genealogical Society Enters Partnership with Findmypast

The following news release is from the National Genealogical Society: ARLINGTON, VA, 6 July 2015 — The National Genealogical Society (NGS) has made a special arrangement with Findmypast (FMP), one of the leading genealogical records companies, to provide NGS members a free, one-year subscription to Findmypast US and Canada collection. Members can use this opportunity […]

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644,000 New Records & Newspaper Articles At FindMyPast

The following is from the June 26, 2015 FindMyPast Friday Announcement at FindMyPast: Australia Convict ships 1786-1849 Containing over 188,000 records, Australia Convict ships 1786-1849 date back the ships of First Fleet and include the details of some of the earliest convict settlers in New South Wales. These records are made up of five separate […]

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FindMyPast Library Edition Now Available in United States Libraries

The following news release is from FindMyPast: Findmypast, a global leader in family history, announces the availability of a library edition within the United States Provides access for libraries, archives, and other organizations to billions of records from England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States Free, no obligation, 90-day trial […]

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Secrets of London’s Infamous “Bedlam” Mental Hospital Revealed at Findmypast

The following news release is from findmypast.com: · Findmypast is working with Bethlem Museum of the Mind at Bethlem Royal Hospital, in London, UK, popularly known as Bedlam, to make its extensive patient records from 1683 – 1932 available online for the very first time · Over 248,000 records, many including photos, reveal the lives […]

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FindMyPast Free Weekend – March 6-9 2015

The following announcement is from FindMyPast: Findmypast Announces Free Weekend 6-9 March 2015 · Findmypast announces they will be giving free access to all their historical records this weekend · Over 2 billion records available to everyone to search for free · Local subscribers granted World access, and World subscribers granted 3 extra days to […]

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Findmypast Releases More Than 101 Million US, UK & Australian Records

The following is from FindMyPast Findmypast is thrilled to be adding over 101 million UK, US and Australian records as part of this week’s Findmypast Friday. Every Friday, thousands of new records are released on our dedicated Findmypast Friday page to explore over the weekend. This week’s new additions include Australian Will Books from New […]

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New British Merchant Navy WW1 Medal Index Cards & Dorset BMDs available to search at FindMyPast

The following news release is from Alex Cox at FindMyFast. Every Friday, thousands of new records are released on our dedicated Findmypast Friday page to explore over the weekend. This week’s new additions include over 157,000 British Merchant Navy, First World War Medal Index Cards 1914-1925, over 165,000 Dorset baptisms, over 105,000 Dorset marriages and […]

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Irish Poverty Relief Loan records Available FREE at Findmypast to mark Irish Family History Day #Genealogy

The following news release is from Findmypast.com: With the addition of exciting new record sets, leading family history website Findmypast is now the best place to research your Irish ancestry Dublin, Ireland. 23 January 2015. Findmypast has digitised and is publishing the Poverty Relief Loans records from The National Archives in London online for the […]

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Findmypast release the 1890 US census, over 31 million England and Wales marriages, over 71,000 Irish Petty Sessions Court Registers and new additions to their collection of British Newspapers

This press release was recently issues by Find My Past: Findmypast release the 1890 US census, over 31 million England and Wales marriages, over 71,000 Irish Petty Sessions Court Registers and new additions to their collection of British Newspapers Every Friday, thousands of new records are released on our dedicated Findmypast Friday page to explore […]

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