FamilySearch Indexing Updates

28 September 2009: Volunteers with Rhode Island roots will be excited about the new indexing projects this week. The Familysearch IndexingRhode Island 1905 and 1935 State Censuses were added. New international projects for Argentina, Germany, Philippines, Spain, and the U.K. were also added.

Note: the links within the charts won’t work as they are just images in this case.

New International Projects in the Past Week

  • Argentina, Cordoba—Matrimonios, 1642–1931
  • Deutschland, Mecklenburg—Volkszählung, 1890 Div 39–69
  • España, Avila, Madrigal y Garganta—Registros Parroquiales, 1530–1935
  • Philippines, Lingayen, Dagupan—Registros Parroquiales, 1615–1982
  • U.K., Warwickshire—Parish Registers, 1754-1900 [Part 2]

New U.S.A. Projects in the Past Week

  • Georgia—1920 Federal Census
  • Indiana, Brown County—Marriages, 1811–1959
  • Kansas—1920 Federal Census
  • Kentucky—1920 Federal Census
  • Rhode Island—1905 State Census [Part 1]
  • Rhode Island—1935 State Census

(See the chart below for a complete list and current status of all indexing projects.)

Recently Completed Projects
(Note: Recently completed projects have been removed from the available online indexing batches and will now go through a final completion check process in preparation for future publication.)

  • Belgium, Flanders—Deaths, 1796–1900
  • Jamaica, Trelawny—Births, 1878–1930
  • Perú, Lima—Registros Civiles, 1910-1930 [Parte 2]
  • U.K., Warwickshire—Parish Registers, 1538–Present [Part 1]
  • U.S., Idaho—1920 Federal Census
  • U.S., Indiana, Ohio County—Marriages, 1811–1959
  • U.S., Iowa—1920 Federal Census
  • U.S., West Virginia—1920 Federal Census
  • U.S., Wisconsin—1920 Federal Census

Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion
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(*Percentage refers to a specific portion of a larger project.)

Current FamilySearch Partner Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion
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(*Percentage refers to a specific portion of a larger project.)

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