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New Historic Records on FamilySearch: Week of December 21, 2017

If you're looking for deceased relatives, you're in luck! More than two million historic records from Find A Grave were added on FamilySearch this week. Many more records from BrazilDelawareEnglandIllinois, ItalyMichigan, Nambia, Peru, and the United States were also published. Search these new free records at FamilySearch by clicking on the links in the interactive table below.

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Brazil, Minas Gerais, Catholic Church Records, 1706-1999

85,445

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Civil Registration, 1829-2012

799,770

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Brazil, Santa Catarina, Catholic Church Records, 1714-1977

47,490

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Delaware Vital Records, 1650-1974

212,028

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

England, Hampshire Bishop's Transcripts 1680-1892

13,501

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Find A Grave Index

2,612,035

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates, 1871-1940

102,783

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Italy, Napoli, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1809-1865

76,449

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Michigan Obituaries, 1820-2006

19,262

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Namibia, Dutch Reformed Church Records, 1904-1984

1,123

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Peru, Áncash, Civil Registration, 1888-2005

151

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Peru, La Libertad, Civil Registration, 1903-1998

719,625

0

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Texas, Comanche County Records, 1858-1955

30,993

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

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Barbara Shoff
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2017
Why did you lock all the digital images? I indexed tons of records for you and now cannot access digital images. If you want us to use the local Family History Library they are only open 4 hours on Fridays and Saturdays. I am really upset!!!!!!!!!