New FamilySearch Database Collections Added the Week of July 20, 2015

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Historic Philippines records stand out in this week’s collections update with more than 380,000 browsable digital images. Philippines Civil Registration (Archives Division) 1902-1945, Philippines Civil Registration (Local) 1888-1984, Philippines Civil Registration (Spanish Period) 1706-1911, and Philippines Pangasinan Civil Registration 1945-1981 are now searchable at FamilySearch.org. Explore the complete weekly update by clicking on the links below.

COLLECTION – INDEXED RECORDS – DIGITAL RECORDS – COMMENTS

France Haute-Garonne Toulouse Censuses 1872 and 1886 – 0 – 10,250 – Added images to an existing collection
Philippines Civil Registration (Archives Division) 1902-1945 – 0 – 143,591 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
Philippines Civil Registration (Local) 1888-1984 – 0 – 195,161 – Added images to an existing collection
Philippines Civil Registration (Spanish Period) 1706-1911 – 0 – 36,436 – Added images to an existing collection
Philippines Pangasinan Civil Registration 1945-1981 – 5,956 – 9,788 – Added indexed records and images to an existing collection
Switzerland Fribourg Census 1834 – 59,334 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection

UNITED STATES RECORDS
Missouri County Marriage Naturalization and Court Records 1800-1991 – 322,579 – 0 – Added images to an existing collection
United States Census 1820 – 1,410 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection

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