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New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of April 2, 2018

Discover your ancestors in nearly 8 million new historical records from France this week on FamilySearch and more from Sweden, Austria, Montana, Pennsylvania, Luxembourg, and the Czech Republic. Search these new free records by clicking on the collection links below or go to FamilySearch to search over 8 billion free names and record images.

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France, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse, Civil Registration, 1792-1893

18,938

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Sweden, Örebro Church Records, 1613-1918; index 1635-1860

16,364

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Montana, Flathead County Records, 1871-2007

71,357

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

BillionGraves Index

218,852

218,852

Added indexed records and images to an existing collection

Find A Grave Index

718,134

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

France, Dordogne, Church and Civil Registration, 1540-1896

7,890,349

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New indexed records collection

Luxembourg, Civil Registration, 1796-1941

4,220

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Ohio, County Naturalization Records, 1800-1977

158,537

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Pennsylvania, Eastern District Petitions for Naturalization, 1795-1931

211206

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Denmark, Copenhagen City, Civil Marriages, 1739-1964, Index 1877-1964

8967

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Czech Republic, Church Books, 1552-1981

18658

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Georgia, Houston County, Marriage Records, 1832-2015

119277

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New indexed records collection

Austria, Upper Austria, Catholic Church Records, 1581-1919

3461

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

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Thank you for your message.
Sidney Avants
08
April
2018
I just got out of the hospital. But I can do a little at a time. I am till looking for my Avants connections.
Robert Turner
08
April
2018
Ref Lucile Cheney, 05 April 2018:
See http://fh.familysearch.org/system/files/team/ait/images/blog/FamilySearch-Nordic-Research.pdf for updated presentation on Nordic Research by Whitney Peterson at RootsTech 2018. 100 slides are available. Also see the syllabus for that presentation--Jan 9, RT4393. Your local LDS Family History Center may be able to help you get a copy of that syllabus.
Carolyn Davis
06
April
2018
I'm never lucky to get anything to pull up off of information of any kind. There is several times i push in someone's information it says it is unable to get information at that time to try again later. When you do it again it says same thing, i don't know what is going on.
Lucille Cheney
05
April
2018
Trying to find talk by Whitney Peterson, Nordic research specialist at FamilySearch given in 2017 on learning what Nordic records are available and how best to use them to find ancestors. tried typing in link: https://bit.ly/2pYuUfe?nordic #genealogy but can't find talk.