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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 1 February 2021

Discover new family connections this week on FamilySearch in Argentina, Entre Rios, Civil Registrations 1860–1965,  the Norway 1870 Census; and United States ships passenger lists (Texas, Port of Del Rio 1906–1953, California, San Francisco [Chinese] 1882–1947, and Washington, Seattle 1890–1957), plus expanded country collections for Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Finland, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, S. Africa, Uruguay and the US (AZ, CA, CO, IL, MA, TX, VA, and WA),   

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CountryCollectionIndexed RecordsDigital ImagesComments
ArgentinaArgentina, Entre Ríos, Civil Registration, 1860-1965301,6910Expanded collection
ArgentinaArgentina, Salta, Civil Registration, 1880-20002,4830Expanded collection
BoliviaBolivia Catholic Church Records, 1566-199696,8350Expanded collection
BrazilBrazil, Minas Gerais, Civil Registration, 1879-19496,4100Expanded collection
BrazilBrazil, Santa Catarina, Civil Registration, 1850-19991,6840Expanded collection
CanadaNova Scotia Church Records, 1720-20017,1770Expanded collection
DenmarkDenmark, Århus Municipal Census, 191816,4780Expanded collection
Dominican RepublicDominican Republic Miscellaneous Records, 1921-198021,9580Expanded collection
Dominican RepublicDominican Republic, Catholic Church Records, 1590-195525,0050Expanded collection
EcuadorEcuador, Catholic Church Records, 1565-201131,7380Expanded collection
EnglandEngland, Essex Non-Conformist Church Records, 1613-19711,1850Expanded collection
EnglandEngland, Gloucestershire Non-Conformist Church Records, 1642-199613,7120Expanded collection
EnglandEngland, Herefordshire Bishop's Transcripts, 1583-189811,6230Expanded collection
EnglandEngland, Middlesex Parish Registers, 1539-19884,9590Expanded collection
EnglandEngland, Northumberland Non-Conformist Church Records, 1613-19205,0660Expanded collection
FinlandFinland, Tax Lists, 1809-191525,2360Expanded collection
FranceFrance, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse, Civil Registration, 1792-18936,2280Expanded collection
FranceFrance, Saône-et-Loire, Parish and Civil Registration, 1530-18921140Expanded collection
GuatemalaGuatemala, Chimaltenango, Civil Registration, 1877-199438,6610Expanded collection
MexicoMexico, Sinaloa, Civil Registration, 1861-192932,5450Expanded collection
NorwayNorway Census, 1870267,8480New collection 
NorwayNorway, Oslo Census, 19017,9330Expanded collection
PeruPeru, Piura, Civil Registration, 1874-199638,9640Expanded collection
PeruPeru, Prelature of Yauyos-Cañete-Huarochirí, Catholic Church Records, 1665-20185,7460Expanded collection
Puerto RicoPuerto Rico, Civil Registration, 1805-2001100Expanded collection
SamoaSamoa, Vital Records, 1846-19964,1040Expanded collection
South AfricaSouth Africa, Civil Death Registration, 1955-196649,1720Expanded collection
South AfricaSouth Africa, Dutch Reformed Church Registers (Cape Town Archives), 1660-19706,1850Expanded collection
South AfricaSouth Africa, KwaZulu Natal, Vital Records, 1868-19769300Expanded collection
SpainSpain, Province of La Coruña, Municipal Records, 1648-194112,9840Expanded collection
United StatesArizona, Cochise County, Voting Records, 1882-19321,8240Expanded collection
United StatesCalifornia, Los Angeles, Angelus-Rosedale Cemetery/Crematory Records, 1884-20024,4470Expanded collection
United StatesCalifornia, San Francisco Chinese passenger lists, 1882-1947147,4650Expanded collection
United StatesColorado, Military Discharge Records, ca.1919-19721,7350New collection 
United StatesIllinois, Chicago, Voter Registers, 1888-18921120Expanded collection
United StatesMassachusetts Marriages, 1695-1910, 1921-19245,8150Expanded collection
United StatesMassachusetts, Births, 1636-19248,4750Expanded collection
United StatesMassachusetts, Boston Tax Records, 1822-19185,0260Expanded collection
United StatesMississippi, County Marriages, 1858-19799230Expanded collection
United StatesNew Jersey, Death Index, 1901-1903; 1916-19293000Expanded collection
United StatesPennsylvania Cemetery Records, ca. 1700-ca. 19504030Expanded collection
United StatesSouth Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston Poorhouse and Correctional House Records, 1803-1916220Expanded collection
United StatesSouth Carolina, County Voter Registration Records, 1882-1895430Expanded collection
United StatesTexas, Grimes County, Marriage Records, 1951-19661,0600Expanded collection
United StatesTexas, Indexes and Manifests of Arrivals at the Port of Del Rio, 1906-1953284,6130Expanded collection
United StatesVirginia, County Marriage Records, 1771-194346,1740Expanded collection
United StatesVirginia, Various Counties, Marriage Bonds, 1706-190130Expanded collection
United StatesWashington, County Divorce Records, 1852-19509,7370Expanded collection
United StatesWashington, Seattle, Passenger Lists, 1890-1957129,6770Expanded collection
UruguayUruguay Civil Registration, 1879-19304360Expanded collection
UruguayUruguay, Catholic Church Records, 1726-200042,6070New collection 
VenezuelaVenezuela Civil Registration, 1873-20033,3200Expanded collection
VenezuelaVenezuela, Catholic Church Records, 1577-19951,2800Expanded collection
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Thank you for your message.
Pat Hoyrup
They have also added 800,000 names from Puerto Rico this past year
and 600,000 names of African Americans.
There are not organized in families necessarily just as individuals.
They are working on added many more names from Mexico in the coming year.
Raymond Szyperski
Wife's maiden name is Mary C. Hoppe of Syracuse,NY, My father was Casimer M. Szyperski, and mother Rose V. Kosek, both of Buffalo,NY.
Many of the burials in Pennsylvania Cemetery Records are listed as being located in Pennsylvania British Colonial America when they are dated well after the Revolution. Entry is not editable. Some of them also specify the wrong county of burial.